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by Robert Duncan
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In the 19th century Britain became the leading economic and trading power in. .The dual school system of state and private education increases the gap between employers and employees.
In the 19th century Britain became the leading economic and trading power in the world. Several factors caused the rise of the country's success and built its image. The textile industries, coal-mining and the iron and steel industries played a crucial part in the growth of the British economy. Abundant natural resources like coal, iron ore and cheap supplies of raw materials from the colonies. The working class is repressed.
Water provided the motive power, and the early cotton factories or mills of the 1770s and 1780s were therefore located in remote areas of the Pennines, in Lancashire and Yorkshire where there was a plentiful supply of swift-flowing water. The new industry was initially based in country factories.
and the factory system. Nineteenth-century inventions – including Robert 1. Many inventions were made-including an improved steam engine that transformed textile manufacturing, the leading industry of the time. The factory system, which required centralized labor forces, spurred urbanization and eroded traditional European agrarianism. Europe/US to c. 1875.
How did technological innovations change the . Discuss with a partner what you think each means. In 180. Each family farm created most of their needs (food, clothing, simple tools, et. ,
24 Factory Revolution The factory system had many workers under one roof working at machines
19 Cyrus McCormick and the reaper Cyrus McCormick invented a mechanical reaper, cut grain from the fields. This allowed farmers to plant much more seed because they could harvest it easier. 24 Factory Revolution The factory system had many workers under one roof working at machines. Many people left farms and moved to the city to work in factories. They wanted the money that factories paid. This change was not always for the better.
It gave the impulse to the great and impetuous progress and changed the way people worked, travelled, acquired food, and organized their living space. Technological innovations gave rise to the factory system and the traditional agrarian economy was replaced by one dominated by machinery and manufacturing. It marked the price in human terms was high and the result was a fundamental change in the structure and values of society.