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American Entrepreneurial Genius - 1607 - 1789





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A look at the beginning of American entrepreneurialism from the first Colony of Jamestown, to Alexander Hamilton’s shaping of the modern industrial economy.

1.) 1607 - Jamestown, England's First Successful American Colony
2.) 1713 - Captain Andrew Robinson Designs and Constructs a Schooner
3.) 1732 - America Initiates Road Infrastructure
4.) 1750 - German Entrepreneurs Invent the Conestoga Wagon and Flatboat
5.) 1750 - America Establishes Industrial Base, Paving the Way to Independence
6.) 1777 - Mary Katherine Goddard Publishes the Declaration of Independence
7.) 1789 - Alexander Hamilton Shapes America's Modern Industrial Economy