Second Industrial Revolution

The Second Industrial Revolution otherwise known as the Technological Revolution was very much a vital component in the making of the modern United States today. This revolution began around 1970 and lasted up until about 1914. During this time, new and exciting innovations sparked an advancement both culturally as well as economically. Many important figures in our country's history began sparking new inventions that allowed for greater efficiency for people in their everyday lives. This revolution comprised of key innovations such as the automobile, telephone, steel, electricity, and standard oil. Moreover, there were many key inventors that attributed to the success of the Industrial Revolution. All of these new inventions culminated in the Second Industrial Revolution and the impact it had on the United States. 


Blake M. Haddad