British Knowledge In The 1800s

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The continental countries did not have the same knowledge and technologic advances as the British. Prior to 1825, the British professionals were not permitted to leave their country (Spielvogel 605). However, in 1825, the British began to spread their knowledge and their equipment to other areas of the world (Spielvogel 605). This was very helpful to the people of the Continent. As they began to learned the same skills as the British. By the 1840s, skilled workers from "Belgium and France were spreading their knowledge from east and south" (Spielvogel 605). The French and German began to create schools to train engineers and mechanics (Spielvogel 605). In the 1800s in the United States, most Americans were farmers and the population
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