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    the 1700s the industrial revolution began in england, but later came to the United States in the late 1800s . The revolution brought tons of positive and negatives to the u.s. It affected the factory workers, factory owners, the government and others who observed the conditions in industrial cities at the time. the industrial revolution was suppose to be something great for the americans, but ended up killing young children who were working in factories, the growth in monopolies, and was causing air pollution. In articles one and four they talk about the Sadler committee 1832, which the committee that examines the working conditions. In article 1 they use william cooper's testimony and he basically talked about how he didn’t go to school because he was too busy working and he never had time to eat. In article 4 Joseph Hebergam testifies and he say how…

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    DAY I: ENGLAND AND THE INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION Essential Lesson Questions: Why did the Industrial Revolution begin in England and not in other places? What were some reactions to it and why did they emerge? Historical Thinking Skill: Cause and Consequence & Interpretation of Evidence Students will read an excerpt from one secondary source and two small primary sources dealing with the Industrial Revolution making sure to annotate all three of them, in addition they will take some notes to get…

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    The Industrial Revolution was seen as positive, but it also brought many negative things along with it. The first negative effects were the poor/horrible living and working conditions, which were dangerous jobs that caused thousands of injuries and deaths; and tight, dirty, grimy, and extremely overcrowded living spaces. Secondly, there was a major lack of education for children and adults. And lastly, child labor made children work excruciatingly difficult, painful, and long jobs for absolute…

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    goods were produced by hand, but when the Industrial Revolution came into play everything slowly changed. Machines replaced almost everything. There were a lot of new power sources. For example; sewing machines, made our clothes quicker that it would if we would of hand sewn it like always. While most Americans continued to farm for a living, the economy began to shift toward manufacturing. There are a couple positive and negative effects of the Industrial Revolution, and some parts in the…

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    The Industrial Revolution was such an important time period that has influenced the entire world. It is quite obvious that the revolution did create positive and negative effects on society. The question is, was the Industrial Revolution more positive or negative? The Industrial Revolution was the gateway to so many great things. It also caused hardship among the families and everyday life. While some might argue that Industrialization had primarily positive consequences for society because…

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    The British Industrial Revolution had positive and negative impacts on the American colonies. The invention of mechanical means to produce goods helped Britain to gain power and control over the trade industry. Machines allowed them to produce goods like textiles, iron tools, chinaware and more, at a much faster pace (Henretta et al., 2012). The increase in production of goods in England, allowed for an increase in the amount of trade to other countries, and the American colonies. The American…

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    An industrial revolution is defined as a complete change using machines. What started it all was the transition of Britain moving from a small-scale manufactured based economy to one of a large scale factory based economy. Major changes which developed during this time in England were mainly in agriculture, transportation, economic policies, social structure, textile and metal structure. Industrialization primarily took place in England, but did spread around a lot of Europe. While some…

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    History has shown that the Industrial Revolution presented both Positive and Negative effects towards society. An argument could be that there were more positive effects that were gained than the negatives that arose from this era. One thing that was worthy was the increase of Jobs, on the contrary, there was more demand for these jobs and owners allowed Children to work terrible hours with low pay and during a testimony on child labor, one of their conversations were “Committee: It is very…

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    Industrial Revolution: The Negative Consequences The sounds of machinery running, the smell of fibers, children are running around the mill doing their tedious work. This scene is a resemblance of the average textile mill during the Industrial Revolution. Some might argue that Industrialization had primarily positive consequences for society because it provided more jobs, but it was actually a negative thing for society. Industrializations negative effects were a dangerous work atmosphere, no…

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    The Industrial Revolution was started in Great Britain during the mid-1700’s. The Industrial Revolution started in Great Britain because they had many factors to help them. The Industrial Revolution was at first negative on the people working in the factories, but then got better as the government got involved. The Industrial Revolution had both negative and positive effects on the worker during the Industrial Revolution. The Industrial Revolution in the beginning was not a pleasant time…

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