What Was the American Economy in the 1820s?

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During the 1880's America was just recovering from a financial crisis which was caused by panic of 1889 that lead to economic fall. During this period the population of United States doubled to almost ten million people and this lead to economic growth in United States due high demand of employment. Industrial centres were created in Northeast and Northwest and agriculture was improved due to new invention of raw material.
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