Effects Of The Industrial Revolution

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Industrial Revolution
From 1750-1914 the Industrial Revolution was expanding through Great Britain. The Industrial Revolution was a time when Great Britain economy was shifting from, making homemade goods by hand to factory and mill made products. They did this to produce the everyday goods that people wanted and needed, a lot less time consuming and less work. It started when business men took advantage of the power of rivers and streams to mechanize the textile history. Suddenly Mills and factories were producing mass textiles the Industrial Revolution soon expanded Beyond England, and a young man named Samuel slatter decided to steal the technology by memorizing the plans for the Mills he then traveled to America bringing the Industrial Revolution in factories or not just making textiles and clothing but making furniture and everyday items by the end of the 19th century Americans began leaving the farms and moving into the cities where they worked in factories America went from being in society to being an industrial Urban II Society the biggest innovation of the Industrial Revolution was the assembly line where a product would move down a mechanical conveyor belt where workers were in line up each doing a certain role in creating a product this production created products like never before this enabled prices to go down but also made work incredibly hard and long and in some cases dangerous the assembly line enabled Factory owners to hire unskilled women and children
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