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Samuel Slater was important to the industrialization of America because he A. used his knowledge to build the nation's first water-powered textile mill. B. designed the first water wheel. C. invented the steam engine. D. had the financial capital to build many factories in the North.
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Samuel Slater was important to the industrialization of America because he used his knowledge to build the nation's first water-powered textile mill.
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