Agricultural Shift

As American agricultural land increased, there was an equal response by their trading partners in Europe. European traders experienced slow markets for their products. Cheap transport alternatives in North America also shifted agricultural might to North America.


As industrialization took shape, more people came into American cities. Indigenous Americans from rural American thronged the cities, immigrants from mainland Europe came as well. There was a resultant informal settlement which triggered traffic, health risks but provided cheaper labor for industrialization. Late 19th century, China and Russia also had their citizens move to the West as a result of the American Revolution.


By the mid-19th century, the Americans in the North experienced the then fascinating speed of the steam rails. This gave Americans the hope of a future with technological advancement. The century had the discovery and patenting of the telephone by Scotland born Alexander Graham in 1876. The second industrial revolution occurred which was characterized by electricity, international stock exchange among other things.

Trail of tears

As America got more inhabitants, there was a need to expand. American leaders had the then American forces to march the Cherokees and American Indians away from their lands at gunpoint. Many of the natives died in the process. The Indian appropriation act was signed later. Indians were to stay in their reverses without leaving. Missouri compromise showed the expansion battles between the free and slaves states while in Canada English communities fought with the French communities all in a bid to expand.


It was the Spaniards who made the first successful attempts at colonizing North America at Veracruz. In 1821 Spain recognized Mexican independence after the break of the Mexican war of 1813. However, for a long time, Mexicans endured the dictatorship of Porfirio Diaz. It was all as a result of the American revolution.