What were the social, political, and economic effects on American with new transport of the 19th century?

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During the American Industrial Revolution era is when there was a major age of new transportation. The two significant forms of transportation in this era were the steam engine train and the steamboat. The social effects on America would be the fact that now people could move around the country and travel to new territories, which would later allow those territories to become states once there was enough population. Political effects on...

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