What were industrialized cities of the 1800s like?
When cities became industrialized, many people moved from the South and rural areas to find jobs. In the 1800s industrialized cities were overcrowded. They had many factories, retail stores, warehouse facilities, and offices. By the late 1800s noise and pollution were becoming a problem.
Businesses, and people living there
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An industrialized nation has manufacturing and service industries more than agricultural industry. It has big cities and technological advances.
setteled in urban areas
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The best cities in Korea include those that are more industrialized. These cities provide more jobs and opportunities for Korean citizens and visitors.
Cities grew when factories were formed.
Because the war effort created many factory jobs that were mostly concentrated in industrialized cities. People followed jobs.And also need payment because of the great depression.
In the 1800s many people were not able to pay for their farms and had them repossessed. This forced them to move into the cities to live and work.
Monterrey, Hermosillo and Tijuana would be some of them.
There are several cities that became centers of steel production in the late 1800s. Some of the main cities include Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and Ohio among others.
what problems city people face in the 1800s
A sharp decline in the need for farm labor cause people to move from farms to cities in the late 1800s.
It was industrialized by 1900.
more jobs were in the city. also there were lots of industries that helped people like the steel industry
Most farmers in the 1800s had to move to out of farms to cities since large industries were starting to replace mills and farms in the late 1800s.
Immigration of the mid-1800s had the affect of greatly increasing the size of cities in the US. Many of the immigrants moved into cities to be near work and to be near family.
In the late 1800s they did not have the sewage systems and waste disposal that we have today.
The only community of significance on the Canadian prairies during most of the 1800s was Winnipeg.
a huge decline in poverty and crime
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What was one result of the large numbers of immigrants settling in the cities of the North in the mid-1800s?
Problems between cultural groups.
Sewers helped clean out the cities, making them more sanitary
when the enclosure started,most farm workers lost their job so factory jobs were the only option and it was in the cities so people moved to cities which increased population there in the 1800s
The tariffs reduced trade between industrialized countries, forcing companies to look for other markets overseas.
The atomic bomb is too expensive to develop for a city to have them. They are weapons held only by industrialized countries.
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My Love "Industry" is not a verb. It is a noun. however, you may make its verb like " industrialize" and then its past and participle forms like " Industrialized" , " Industrialized"
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Because of the railroads
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the distance people could walk on foot
Columbia, Charleston and new orleans
Sheffield and Middlesbrough.
People had a lot of children in a short amount of time, and the population of cities expanded as China industrialized very rapidly in an attempt to catch up with big Western cities.
The north of the US was more industrialized and the south was more agricultural in the 19th century; and prior to the Civil War, slavery was practiced in the south and not in the north.
Cities underwent urban renewal, which is the rebuilding of poor areas in the city to accomodate more people
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Tenements were usually found in large industrialized cities, providing living quarters for large influxes of immigrants and factory workers