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Largest lighthouse ever moved due to erosion problems?
The Cape Hatteras lighthouse was moved due to the threat caused by erosion. ...
What happened to the Maya civilization?
Maya civilization began to collapse in the 900s. People stopped building temples and other structures. They left the cities and moved back to the countryside. What caused this collapse? Historians aren't sure, but they do have some theories. ...
Asked in Antigua and Barbuda
Why do people move from the countryside to the cities?
People move from the countryside to the cities because: closer to mass transportation closer to needed services, like medical care closer to shopping unable to get around; elderly to enroll in educational institution to get a better job, more oppurtunities to downsize housing moved out of parents' home moved out of spouse's home; divorce needed to sell house / property However, more people dream of moving from the city out into the countryside to have more space and freedoms. More people dream of owning a home versus renting. ...
Asked in World War 2, Britain in WW2
Why were children moved out of cities in world war 2?
Children were moved out of cities in World War 2 because the cities were being bombed and people did not want the children to die. The children got sent to the countryside to live until the war was over. ...
Asked in Industrial Revolution
Why did cities grow during the Industrial Revolution?
The Industrial Revolution saw the birth of factories, which started making many goods that people from the countryside made by hand, and the factories made them cheaper and for mass consumption, especially textiles. People who traditionally had woven textiles at home on looms couldn't compete. Plus these factories offered hundreds of jobs, so many people moved from the countryside into the cities for work. ...
Ancient people who had a hunter gatherer way of life were nomads. What might have caused this to be the case?
They moved to follow the animals they hunted.
What problems did the polish have?
in Poland there were actually no problems. Most people were moving to the u.s to become a citizen, Since people were nervous that something economically would go wrong. Thats also the reason why i moved from poland with my family. ...
In Th and early Th century what problems people in Ireland had against the British?
The British took their lands. Moved them off and they had to go to Scotland. ...
Asked in Industrial Revolution
How may Industrial Revolution result in problems of pathogens?
When the Industrial Revolution started, many people from the countryside moved into cities to accept a job. This influx of people overwhelmed the sanitary systems (sewers, fresh water, etc.) of many cities, causing insanitary drinking water and sewage to contaminate fresh water supplies. This led to outbreaks of cholera (Vibrio cholerae), typhoid fever (Salmonella typhi) and other bacterial diseases. ...