Unanswered | Answered

Industrial Revolution

Parent Category: History of England
Started in the United Kingdom, and spanning from the 18th to the 19th century, the Industrial Revolution brought a profound and lasting effect on the socioeconomic and cultural conditions of the world with the great changes in agriculture, manufacturing, mining, transport, and technology. It was a major turning point in human history.
New voting laws limit the power of the Duma. . Beginnings of a constitution (The Duma takes control) . A Provisional Government is set up (Temporary) . The War with Germany is continued. Hope this helps.
Because everyone lived in such close quarters and they didn'tunderstand the nature of bacteria and viruses so their lifestylewasn't very sanitary as well as the lack of vaccines and propermedicine.
The Industrial Age brought advances in medicine, machinery,agriculture, and transportation. Populations experienced anabundance of food, less death, more birth, more jobs, and cars!
You were either rich as ever or poor as ever, no middle class. A family of 7 will have to share a house with a family of 8. Water pumps were public and England had a major problem separating waste (poo) Water and clean water, most people died because of cholera, the government didn't care. John...
urbanization and trade unions are the two major changes madebecause of industrial revolution in 1800s.
Steam engine was invented by Newcomen in early 1750. A Steam engine was built by James Watt in 1774. James Watt realised why existing engines to the Newcomen designwere so desperately inefficient, and developed an importantmodification that greatly improved them. He and others alsodeveloped what...
1. The invention of the steam engine (transportation) 2. Great number of people and money to invest 3. Abundance of coal and textile factories
In 1790's new ideas of better products came to mind,they would make work easier and more efficent.the revolution first started in Britain then spreaded to New England.one of the industries new products was the Lowell mill first made in 1814 and was placed by Charles river.the cotton gin was invented...
For Marx (and Lenin) the "haves" were those who controlled thesocietal mode of material production, and also the societal modesof symbolic production. The "have-not's" were those who weredependent upon those controlling, particularly, the material modeof production. This is all very simply...
a)a boom in the cottage industry. b)increased exports of British cotton goods. c)poorer quality of iron. d)no change in the labor system.
When was the spinning Jenny invented? The spinning jenny, a machine that spun thread much faster than a woman using a spinning wheel. Was invented in 1764 by a person called Richard Arkwright.
The steam engine helped fuel the industrial revolution by giving a regular supply of power to factories and workshops.
Personal transport became affordable Actually not that the above is totally wrong but the more specific reason would be that it made the need to invest in new road systems far less needed. :) hope that helps those people of you out there
Abraham Darby invented Coke in the industrial revolution.
The negative impacts of the industrial revolution include increasein child labor due to increased demand for cheap and unskilledlabor. Another issue is environmental pollution since there were nolaws governing the disposal of waste products from industries, andexploitation of workers who were...
The industrial revolution led to changes in Cotton production, The Coal and Iron Industry, Railroads, The New Factories, but most importantly, growth of cities and the emergency of two new social classes; THE INDUSTRIAL MIDDLE CLASS and THE INDUSTRIAL WORKING CLASS.
The United States built most of its railroad network between 1865 and 1920. The great period of industrialization occurred between the Civil War and World War 1. The United States needed workers. Many farm workers moved to the mines, railroads, and factories. Others came from other places but mostly...
George III was king in England at the advent of the IndustrialRevolution. He was happy to have the increased productivity but didnot play a direct role in the Revolution.
Women typically didn't work in factories until WWII, except in the garment industries. There was some unionization but not nearly as much as in other industries. Women faced horrible conditions as evidenced by the triangle shirtwaist fire.
It became important to develop a more tightly organized form ofproduction than the traditional method of employing workers insmall workshops.
The Industrial Revolution made transportation and manufacturingmuch easier and made an impact on Western economies. Economicreasons were a major driving force of imperialism.
Immigrants have no good jobs and their family sometimes lives in the US.
Due to industrial revolution there was a mass production of goods due to which prices of goods decreased but industrialization also had a negative impact on environment and caused air pollution this had an impact on the health of the people
thomas Jefferson was the inventor
A sharp decline in the need for farm labor cause people to movefrom farms to cities in the late 1800s.
The process of shifting to factory production with new inventions, major technological changes, making of new industrial labor force and large-scale construction activities taking place in England and later on spread to the rest of Europe is known as industrialization.
you should all start listening to blink-182. :)
Families spent less time together Several things were not a result of the industrial revolution. The list would be exhaustive here is a sample of some things it did not change. The English Civil war The day I last had a hair cut The apparent paths of the planets on the ecliptic The...
It was first made in England
It helped for communication throughout the United States. Before people would receive news four to five months after it happended because people had do ride on horses or mail it to send the info.
the water wheel changed the industrial revolution akot. this was a cheaper way to make electricity and cheaper.
He used insider trading and manipulated stock prices, as well as cutting wages in the railroad industry.
One of the effects was to cause family relationships to adapt to a new system. It had been customary for a man's sons to learn the father's trade, starting to work as an apprentice at a young age. The father's trade was generally carried out in the home or adjacent sheds or lentos, and the family...
You need workers in a factory to watch over and run machinery.
1.Their buildings lacked imagination and style, But their style relied on function alone so it was function rather than style.. 2.The Crystal Palace became the basis for modern architecture, its' transparency symbolized a sense of- No Boundaries.. 3.new materials gave architects a broader chance...
They were given so little to eat and the were also given so littleto drink and they very skinny and very under weight they were givenflour and water. yuck! penis
Industries used the plentiful natural resources available to growand expand their manufacturing. The fast-growing populationincreased demand for goods, which in turn caused an increase inmanufacturing and industry.
The advantages were that the inner towns were becoming less fortunate and the the big cities became very rich.
Yes, it was necessary because the inventions that were created had help aid the industrial revolution
The industrial revolution led to a time when people had time for more then just eking a living out of the soil. It led to ordinary people having an education, and as a result of the reduction in the cost of manufacture an increased standard of living. The negatives of industrialisation are that the...
The industrial revolution was a major cultural shift that marked the advancing development of technology, economy and society . It started in 1733 with the introduction of the cotton mill. People started to expand their thoughts and ideas in hope for a greater technological development. The...
Low wages, and long hours in unsafe working conditions.
In 1789 Slater arrived in the US from his native England with the construction details of the power looms committed to memory.
The Industrial Revolution began around the mid 1700s. Its growinginfluence in America lasted until the mid 1800s when more machinerywas being produced.
it help the people send goods to one place to another. Also used as an extractor to suck water out of coal mines ANSWER: The first commercial steam engine was produced in 1698. That year, Thomas Savery, a Cornish army officer, patented a pumping engine that used steam. In 1712, Thomas...
no. we're still under the English rule -____-
The Industrial Revolution in the United States got it's start in the late 18th and early 19th centuries. It was that same revolution and the rise of the factory system that brought the North into conflict with the South in the first place, and further, allowed it to win.
Employs slave laborers
Between 1890 and 1920, the majority of immigrants came from countries in Southern and Eastern Europe. After 1882, Chinese were banned from immigrating, and after 1907/8 Japanese and Koreans were banned as well.
Most of the cotton textile industries have been recently shifted to Ahmedabad from Bombay (Mumbai) because of the following reasons: . The cotton producing areas are much wider in the Ahmedabad region than in the Mumbai region. . Cost of the land in Mumbai has risen sky-high, so none dares to open...
The industrial revolution spread by the invention of the steam engine which powered factories. Nations such as Germany, France, and the U.S followed Britians lead and kept up with them because they had enough supply of coal, iron, and other resources than Britian had. (HH4)
what was Andrew Jackson kitchen cabinet like
Because it got most of the Americans away from the farms.
The industrial revolution happened because it provided a means for producing goods quickly at a low price requiring little skill.
There were a number of inventions that were important in the development of the Industrial Revolution. One would be the railway which allowed for the spread of the industrial revolution. There were a number of developments that reigned over the rest including the power loom, the spinning jenny, the...
Transport during the Industrial Revolution changed very quickly, it went from walking to places to getting the train. The growth of travel increased as soon as things like trains were invented. These changes happened in stages, first of all the roads were improved, then canals were invented and...
It affected our world by letting pedestrians travel to different parts of the country. If there were no roads/bridges we would still be driving on dirt roads today. So be thankful for all of the architectural people that built all of our roads and bridges.
Causes of the Industrial Revolution . All across England, the recent turn of the century has gone largely unnoticed. The vast majority of the country's population lives in the countryside, completely isolated or in small communities like Bedlington. The principal trades are growing grain or raising...
it improved the econoomy by powering trains and boats [j r o b]
began in the 17th centery ended in the 19th century
Unions were formed during the industrial revolution for the rights of workers and of the rights of children (as child labour was apart of the industrial revolution)
What are positive and negative impacts of a sewing machine
-out brakes in diseases such as cholera -theft- treated severely -high unemployment
It affected it Politically, Socially, And Economically
Production was faster, fewer workers were required to do some jobs. It added to the profit of some industry owners, but cost some workers to seek new jobs.