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Agricultural Revolution

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An agricultural revolution is a period of agricultural development and agricultural advancement, including the invention of new agricultural equipment and farming methods. There has been more than one agricultural revolution, starting with the Neolithic Agricultural Revolution around 10,000BC. Followed by the Arab Agricultural Revolution in the 8th-13th centuries, the British Agricultural Revolution in the 17th-19th centuries, the American Agricultural Revolution of the 18th-19th centuries and the Green Revolution from 1943 to the late 1970's.
the agracultural revolution contributed to the industrial revolution by creating new nitches to be filled an thus giving rise to new inventions the agracultural revolution contributed to the industrial revolution by creating new nitches to be filled an thus giving rise to new inventions Maki…
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revolutio first began in England becoz of certain facilities
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The result of growth in agricultural production in the late 1920 were things such as- construction of dikes and dams,use of fertilizers in farming, small farms to large farms, crop rotation, invention of the seed drill, farm journal-which was as newspaper, but for farmers giving them ideas on how to…
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The first people who used a primitive seed drill were the Sumerians at 1.500 BCE. The seed drill was reinvented by Camillo Torello in 1566 AD/ CE. IN 1701 a guy called Jethro Tull improved the drill.
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The Neolithic Revolution allowed humans to receive food much faster. However, bacteria started to become an issue because they were no longer hunting and gathering, people were in one place constantly.
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Factors led to agricultural revolution were the bears and dinosaurs on the empty lands
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"people started using machines to make goods"Not to mention that people started using up non-renewable resources by the ton.and also polluting the planet at an unprecedented rate.
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Not at first. Agriculture may have contributed by facilitating capital accumulation, though its role is debated. It certainly helped later by feeding the growing urban workforce, though food imports increased hugely in the 19th century. Increased agricultural incomes also contributed to the growth o…
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The Neolithic Revolution, which begun 11,000 years ago, was when societies changed from hunting and gathering, to settled agriculture societies. With this revolution or major change, food supplies became more reliable as people domesticated animals and plant seed. Social and political systems develo…
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many reasons. As agriculture developed one human or a small group of humans could produce enough dough to supply themselves and many others relatively easily. This allowed those other people to focus on other more specialized tasks, because they could get food by trading goods or services directly o…
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Well in a bizarre way, Adolf Hitler. Because of his initiating WW2 it forced the British and Americans into a lot of crash R&D on calculating machines and advanced electronics that after the war converged to produce a rapid and continuing boom in computer development, most of it government funde…
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The Agriculture Revolution began around 6-7,000BC.
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the industrial revolution made the united sates population grew because made cloth cheap.the population was over 1,00000 people.it was Amazing Eli Whitney invented the cotton gin, people were more happy because it helped the people grow crops.slater also helped better resorces.then people had to mak…
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Britain's Agricultural Revolution brought farming into the modern era. Several factors contributed to the revolution. First was the introduction of selective cattle breeding. Next, common property rights to land were removed. Finally, new systems of cropping with turnips and clover were introduced.
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King George the Third and the other King Georges before and after him enacted enclosures, which meant that fields were separated. This helped allow more crop types to grow, rather than growing all of one crop one year and all of another the next.
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Britain's population soared from approximately 5 million in 1700 to about 9 million in 1800.
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Agricultural intensification is a process used to change the style of agriculture in the country. It is used to create more inputs and outputs in a certain area of agriculture.
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Innovation led to the Industrial Revolution in England through the variety and amount of English thinkers and inventors being able to communicate effectively and quickly about their new farming and factory techniques.
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The United States, in 1721 by Jethro Tull Invented in U.S, but Tull was English
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It increased migration to the cities. It freed many people from agricultural labor. it gave people more money to spend on manufactured goods ___________ Agriculture may have contributed by facilitating capital accumulation, though its role is debated. It also helped later by feeding the g…
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It began when animal power was replaced with mechanical power. The Industrial Revolution was a period from the 18th to the 19th century where major changes in agriculture, manufacturing, mining, transportation, and technology had a profound effect on the social, economic and cultural conditions of t…
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Agricultural revolution is when people began to domesticate plants and animals resulting in a reliable food supply. Many inventions were created during this time period, helping to invoke the industrial revolution.
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The Industrial Revolution and imperialism are closely related in quite a few ways. In general terms, it can be accurately said that the Industrial Revolution gave further impetus and even strength to imperialistic activities on the part of European nations: the growth of heavy industry not only call…
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Black farmers in America have had a long and arduous struggle to own land and to operate independently. For more than a century after the Civil War, deficient civil rights and various economic and social barriers were applied to maintaining a system where many blacks worked as farm operators with a …
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it's the production of food and goods through farming and forestry
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the majority of people stopped being farmers and started working in factories. Of course the bourgeoisie ran the factories and there began an increasing divide between rich and poor.
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The primary causes of the move to agriculture was an increasing population,whose more complex community needed fixed shelters and a steady supply of food. The effects were a stratified social order, division of labor, and a greater reliance on the storage of food, and growing more than the growers n…
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increase demand for food
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it gave people more money to spend on manufactured goods
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a few off the top of my head enclosure movement- property became a commodity, no more "common grounds" see growth of wool trade agricultural revolution-farming became more efficient and commercialized. This not only created surplus capital for private investment (for industry, technology). Also ag…
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During the Agricltural Revolution people started inventing new facilities. One good example is the new machinery use for the Textile Industry, which started the Industrial Revolution. So what led to the Industrial Revolution was the needs for the Agricultural Revolution, ans the desire to make work…
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Secession of the South, Emancipation Proclamation, 13 and 14th amendment, Freedmen's Bureau, Reconstruction, Ku Klux Clan, all of these amount to revolution. It changed the South for good. There's more but that is in the later years from the Civil War
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great britian at the beginning of th 19th century
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The seed drill allowed more seeds to be utilized. Traditional methods (broadcasting) was extremely wasteful because most of the seeds would be eaten by animals. The seed drill allows seeds to be planted at a specific depth and rate.
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The development of technology in farming equipment combined with the increase in available farmland and a favorable climate drove the British Agricultural Revolution. This was an important start because it was the beginning of many of the strategies used in today's agricultural world.
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they were able to work more efficiently
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It lead to the industrial revolution becasue when enclosure (when small strips of land were made into large pieces of land) took place and when there was new technology in the agricultural industry so they didnt need as many farmers as they had so many of those farmers and their families went to the…
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The Agricultural Revolution ended the need for nomadic society. The Neolithic people could settle down and stay in one place.Also, men were the farmers and hunters, and women were the gatherers. Men's hunting, farming, domestication of animals, and other work became more valued than womens' work, an…
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Enclosures, crop rotation, increase technology
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before the Agricultural Revolution communities were moving place to place to find more food and animals after the Agricultural Revolution the communities found that they can domesticate their animals and crops. Then the communities started to build permanant settlements.
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It affected them because it made the situation worser for the children
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Crop rotation system developed in Britain during agricultural revolution increase crop yields by increasing nutrients in the soil.
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Agricultural innovations were another important factor. English farmers quickly adopted new farming practices pioneered in the Netherlands. These practices more than doubled the amount of food a single farmer could grow. This agricultural revolution allowed farmers to feed more people. This meant mo…
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Some key features of the Neolithic Agricultural revolution were the ability to grow basic crops, stay in one place,(small towns could be built), and domesticate animals.
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Agricultural revolution is the transferring of old agricultural ways into new ones by means of technology advances as well as labor reforms.
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Because the way the Paleolithic people lived depended on where they lived. Those in warm climates needed little clothing or shelter, people in cold climates sought protection from the weather in caves. Over time Paleolithic people created new kinds of shelter; the most common was probably made of an…
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The Agricultural Revolution changer peoples lives by having farmers able to make more food and having more technology.
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Because people discovered how to grow crops and tame wild animals to use as food or to help them with work. People didnt have to spend all their time following herds moving form campsite to another in the search of wild plants. Over time societies relied on farming for most food and historians then …
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Increasing population Villages Farmers Domestic animals Calendar and technology Personal possessions Villages headman and council of elders Women less important
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farmers were able to work more efficiently
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The agricultural revolution started because England was gaining lands from wars they were involved in such as the Seven Years' War and the War of Spanish Succession, while they also advanced farming techniques with enclosure, and crop Rotation
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False, the growing of crops occurred first in locations south of the furthest extents of the Ice sheets. The presence or absence of glaciers had nothing directly to do with Ice.
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Increased use of manure Using the seed drill three-field system
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happened 10000 years ago. people were hunter/gatherers. multiple hearths. consisted of vegetative planting and seed agriculture.
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A period of change, either in changing from hunting and gathering (Neolithic revolution), or a change in agricultural practices resulting in improved methods of growing crops. See the related link below.
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Agricultural because it changed the tribes in the lands from hunters and gatherers to farmers, and aloud them to settle down in one spot, which raised the birth rate, and decreasing the death rate.
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Farmers were able to work more efficiently.
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began around 6000-7000 bc
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Changes that led to great increases in the amount of food farmers produced.
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The impact of the agricultural revolution caused life expectancy to drop, it brought diseases upon us, and the nutritional values that hunter gatherers had we lost. so was this really the right decision well over time. or today, the life expectancy has actually increased.
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Using the seed drillincreased use of manuure
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the agricultural revolution happenend when farmers began to produce more food
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Likely started in the Middle East then spread outward.
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The effects of the Agriculrtural Revolution were a stratified social order, division of labor, and a greater reliance on the storage of food, and growing more than the growers needed. Another effect was "free time" for many leaders and other individuals, and an increased emphasis on religion, art,…
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"cause" is simply not a good enough answer. The agricultural revolution was important because it was the first time that humans changed from being hunters and gatherers into being farmers and and making tools and growing food for ourselves, thus making food more accessible.
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Well, first there are in history more than one agricultural revolutions (the neolithic one, the industrialization of agriculture revolution or the green revolution in the 40's till' the 70's). The result from each and every one of these rev. was inevitably a population growth but the particular moti…
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Three- field system, Apex
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farmers were able to work more efficiently
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the agricultural revolution started in the 18th century:6000-7000
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People lost their jobs and that meant that they had to go and find wok in the city, this lead to the building of slums to accomodate for large amounts of people, this then lead to poor health and death Also the country became desolated and therefore all of the cultivated land grow over and there w…
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The mass development of farm labor saving machinery created the agricultural revolution. One of the labor saving machines was called the cotton gin.
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Define the Agricultural Revolution in Europe.
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Chapter 26 in your textbook
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It profited from the invention of the steel plow. (OW.)The textile industry also profited from the new inventions with their subsequent increase in availability and decrease in the cost of raw materials.
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The agricultural revolution was what took us of of the hunter gatherer path and started society. If it had not happened, there wouldn't be any scientists, because everyone would spend all their time hunting and gathering. Without scientists, there would be no advancement in technology, and so no ind…
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Are you in doctor watson's class? lolOh my gosh. Dr. Watson's crazy. Does anyone have past essays?
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the enclosure movement led to new technologies which led to population growth. as the population grew they had a great demand for clothing. this pioneer new technologies to produce faster for such a huge population (like spinnig wheel). the textile industry then led to other industries.i knoe histor…
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The Agricultural Revolution as more successful in England than in the rest of Europe because cooperative farming led to new farming techniques.
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Population growth and arable lands
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Affected live stock breeders and their methods
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The agricultural revolution provided the first inventions that were then the ideal machines for the industrial revolution. the seed drill is a perfect example of this.
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it meant that factories needed less people. this meant that factory owners became more wealthy and products were made faster
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The labor supply increased an increase in the labor supply Mechanization of farmwork meant less human labor was needed, thus freeing up workers for factories. These "new" workers provided the labor that made the Industrial Revolution possible. ___________ Agricultural mechanisation wasn't signi…
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It increased pressure on local environment ,it also changed the foods we eat
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Farmers had the change the way food was being grown the accommodate for the rapidly growing population. As the demand for food increased people started making improvements to their farming tools to make work easier.
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Why did the Agricultural Revolution affect population?
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