Flour Industry In The 1800s

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The flour industry are a very important industry to MN. You might tell us eat flour and use flour in our everyday lives. The flour industry was started by Charles pillsbury. Charles Pillsbury was an American flour industrialist.
First, How the flour industry started. Charles Pillsbury started investing in a failing flour company and made it into a profitable business. It became the 19th largest flour mill. The flour industry start in the 1800 and for 50 years. Minnesota was know as the “flour milling capital of the world”. Many immigrants worked for the flour industry because they got paid well. Next, what the flour industry was like in the late 1800s. Two dozen flour mills were made. Thousands of farmers planted wheat, for the flour.

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