Decreased mobility of urban dwellers
Existence of government housing subsidies
Promise of available employment
Existence of a drought throughout the nation's rural area
Explosions and flooding in mines
Coal dust harming your lungs
Working in darkness
Clean working conditions
The working class
The middle class
The factory owners
Safer working conditions
Shorter work days
Coal to coke for lighting
By buying smaller companies or driving them out of business
By creating partnerships with national banks
By establishing multinational corporations throughout the globe
By lobbying national governments for favorable legislation
He invented a less expenisive way to manufacture steel.
He invented a more efficient steam engine.
He invented the internal combustion engine.
He invented the method of interchangable parts
People moved from cities to farms in the country.
People spent more time with their families.
People moved from small farms to towns and cities.
People started enjoying vacations.
The Bessemer process
The internal combustion engine
The iron ore inductor
Highly skilled employees
More effecient power loans
The Power Loom
The Cotton Gin
The External Combustion Engine
The Internal Combustion Engine
The Mid Atlantic
The creation of more sophisticated advertising strategies
The specialization of workers in a single step of manufacturing process
The use of chemical fertalizers and mechanized reapers and harvesters
The creation of vertical monopolies across a single industry
Unskilled workers in a single step of the production process
The assembly line method of production
The corporate business structure
Many farmers abandoned the raising of livestock
Farmers needed more acreage to produce the same amount of food as before
Fewer farmers were needed to grow food.
Small landholders started weaving cloth.
Expanded the private property rights of their tenants
Funded the manufacturing ventures of men who lived on their land
Sold their land to small farmers who had previously rented it
Took away land from the people who could not prove ownership
A decrease in child labor
The use of clocks
An increase in the middle class
It became more expensive
It was faster
It used steam technology
It involved the development of canals
They didn't use locomitives anymore
Demand for large amounts of raw materials
Exploitation of children in factories and mines
Low wages given to most workers
Improved manufacturing techniques
Workers suffer health problems from poor working conditions
A day of revolt
A period of no change
A dramatic change
A machine that used water power to create continuous, strong threads of yarn
A machine that people used to make cotton into thread
A machine with a mechanically driven needle for sewing or stitching cloth
An invention that allowed weavers to weave faster and weave wider fabrics