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    caused Americans to want more raw materials for their factories. Capitalist started building factories in city’s that were built around water, where rivers headed south to the gulf. Water power helped run mills, and also helped transport goods. They built mills to manufacture textiles, such as silk, cotton, and other fibers. Many important inventions were built during this time to cut labor cost. Take for example the loom it brought production to a faster level and labor cost down. The loom…

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    child laborer. Kelly appeals to the ethics of child labor by setting up examples of what children and women have to go through everyday. Her detailed examples begg her listeners to question whether or not child labor is worth the expenses of wool and cotton. As the audience questions the morality of their decisions, Kelly’s didactic diction endangers an emotional and personal cry against the horrors of child labor- Kelley’s intended…

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    Many people moved to the city's and they lived close to the factories and mills. The living conditions were terrible because of all the air pollution because some lived very close to the factories. Some people lived in slums which were crowded poor neighborhoods near their work. Some other people lived in tenements which were…

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    how children six and seven are years of age are working in the cotton mills, and eight nine and ten in the coal breakers. She explains how These children are…

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    Hammer V. Dagenhart court case It was not uncommon for children to work long hours in factories, mills and other industrial settings. Many families depended on the income earned by their children. Public concern the effects of these conditions on children began to rise. Advocates for child labor laws pointed out that children who worked such long hours (sometimes as much as sixty or seventy hours a week) were deprived of education, fresh air, and time to play. They also worried about the…

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    played a role. The Industrial Revolution began in Britain in the 18th century and eventually ended up in other parts of the world. The start of the American Industrial Revolution is often attributed to Samuel Slater who opened the first industrial mill in the United States in 1790 with a design that…

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    Besides your typical farmers and travelers, Horatio Gate Jones described wagon trains half a mile long on ridge road waiting to deliver supplies to the mills. This likely created even more business for your local blacksmiths and wheelwrights. The farmers on the hill were not the only people impacted. Land owners closer to the river and mills witnessed great economic development. The Industrial Revolution swept across Roxborough. The Industrial Revolution created two general classes…

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    Evolution of Stockport You would like to know that from the 17th century, Stockport became a center for the hatting industry and later the silk industry. Stockport expanded rapidly during the Industrial Revolution, helped particularly by the growth of the cotton manufacturing industries. However, economic growth took its toll, and 19th century philosopher Friedrich Engels wrote in 1844 that Stockport…

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    The Industrial Revolution was a major turning point in human history, changing every aspect of human life through technology. It was the change from a handicraft economy to one directed by machinery and factories. Prior to the Industrial Revolution, people owned whatever they manufactured by hand, and produced the bulk of their own food, clothing, and other items. However, there was a sudden surge of energy which replaced manual labor with mechanical work, which raised the standard of living for…

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    Moreover, the Samuel Crompton invented Spinning Mule which produced tougher and finer cotton thread. Effect of industrial Revolution: the industrial revolution had effects on: • Working conditions: as the working class in Industrial revolution formed up to 80% so they had no bargaining power with the industries. As a result there was high…

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