Rise Of Big Businesses and the Transformation of American Life

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Rise Of Big Businesses and the Transformation of American Life by Mind Map: Rise Of Big Businesses and the Transformation of American Life

1. Industrial Growth

1.1. Major Industries

1.1.1. Railroad

1.1.1.1. Defeat of the Seasons

1.1.1.2. American Railway Association

1.1.1.3. Transcontinental Railroad

1.1.1.4. Union Pacific & Central Pacific

1.1.1.5. Cornelius Vanderbuilt

1.1.1.5.1. William Henry Vanderbuilt

1.1.1.6. Collis P. Huntington

1.1.1.7. John Morgan (Banker)

1.1.2. Steel

1.1.2.1. Andrew Carneige

1.1.2.1.1. John Morgan

1.1.3. Oil

1.1.3.1. Edwin L. Drake

1.1.3.2. John D. Rockefeller

1.1.3.2.1. Standard Oil Company

2. Industrial Approaching Philanthropy

2.1. The Gospel Of Wealth

2.1.1. Andrew Carneige

3. Important Inventions

3.1. Gustance Swift

3.1.1. Effective Ice-cooled Railroad

3.2. Alexander Bell

3.2.1. Telephone

3.3. Thomas Edison

3.3.1. Electric Light Bulb

3.4. Revolutionized business transactions and changes in social life

4. Ethical and Unethical Practices

4.1. Ethical

4.1.1. Becoming a Corporation

4.1.2. Vertical Intergation

4.1.3. Horizontal Intergation

4.2. Unethical

4.2.1. Pools

4.2.2. Trust

4.2.2.1. Rockefeller first trust

4.2.2.2. Legal In NJ

4.2.2.3. Standard Oil Trust

4.2.3. Gifts

5. Marketing and Development of a National Consumers Market

5.1. R.H Macy and Marshall Field

5.2. F.W Woolworth (5 & 10 cent Store)

5.3. Clearance Racks

5.4. Shelves

6. Working, Middle, Elite Class

6.1. Elite

6.1.1. Display Wealth

6.1.2. Luxurious Homes

6.1.3. Opulent Parties

6.2. Working

6.2.1. 7 million people worked for wages

6.2.2. John Chambers (Nation of employees)

6.3. Middle Class

6.3.1. Mechanical Industry

7. Company Towns

7.1. Debt Slavery

7.2. Extraction Industries in Rural Areas

7.3. Scribe (Currency)

8. Work Environment

8.1. (1870) Women Were employed

8.2. Household dynamic changed

8.3. Female Work Experience Black vs. White

8.4. Child Labor

8.5. Factories vs. Argicultrure

8.6. Machines replaced skilled workers

9. Men's Sense Of Masculinity

9.1. Unable to do physical Attributes

9.2. Coping

9.2.1. Emphasized elements of masculinity

9.3. Fraternities

10. New Immigration

10.1. Contract Labor Law

10.2. Immigration Process (Ellis Island)

10.3. Ethnic Communities

10.4. Asian Immigration

10.4.1. Railroads hired Chinese

10.4.2. Charles Crocker (Engineer for building central Pacific)

10.4.3. Chinese Experience

10.4.3.1. Society Isolation (China Town)

10.4.3.2. Laundryman Signature Trade

10.4.3.3. Chinese Prostitution

11. Urbanization/Living Conditions

11.1. Shift to agriculture to Industrialization

11.2. Dumbell tennement

11.3. factories polluted air

11.4. implement water filtration

12. Glided Age

12.1. Politics Dead Center

12.2. Republican (Union Veterans)

12.3. Democrats (Former Confederates)

12.4. Government Corruption

12.4.1. Political Rings

12.4.2. Machine

12.4.3. Influenced Government policy