The Industrial Revolution: The Impact Of The Industrial Revolution

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The industrial revolution began in the textile industry and during the course of history people have changed the manufacturing process dramatically. Instead of items being produced by hand, the owners of the facilities created ways to have machines produce the items("thomasnet." ). This change in production. Before the change of manufacturing, children use to work in factories, instead of being in schools studying, that’s called child labour. The maxim gun was a huge change during Industrial revolution, and impacted pre-imperialism. By the 19th century, Europeans gun technology had improved dramatically, especially with the introduction of the maxim gun. Hiram stevens invented the maxim gun when he was in paris electrical Exhibition he met…show more content…
Manufacturing commonly employs a man-machine setup with division of labor in a large scale production. This new industrial system was highly successful; resulting a tremendous increase in the number of goods that individual worker could produce. (the industrial revolution,sean connolly). For example, before the Industrial Revolution, textiles were primarily made of wool and were handspun. But, with the invention of the spinning wheel and the loom, cotton was produced quicker and eventually replaced wool in the textile field” ("thomasnet). Between 1770 and 1790 the production of cotton increase in Great Britain (textbook pg,286). By 1800, the manufacture of cotton cloth bag becomes the nation’s single most important industry. The manufacturing operation failed within five years. Thereafter the society survived, and eventually made money for those who succeeded in gaining control of it, first by selling land for mill sites and by its monopoly of valuable water. However, with materials now being produced quicker and cheaper the need for manufactured goods was greater than the
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