Cultural Revo to Industrial Revo

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  • "Dad when are we going to stop"
  • We don't have to walk for miles now because we have got enough food here but we still have to work!
  • Now the horse tows a plough and we have got a dog to round up the rest of the animals and the best part is I don't have to work!
  • Nomadic living was the only way of life before a way of settled life was invented. Nomadic life is traced back right to the first sign of human life. This was the common way of living, just living off the land.
  • We cant make enough money here so we are going to the city to work in the factories
  • A settled way of life was invented and soon people were staying in the same place cultivating crops and raising animals.
  • I work in the factorie behind me and mum works at the red one beside me and dad works at the grey on the other side. The factory owner makes us work 19 hours a day!
  • New inventions were soon developed and things such as the horse drawn plough were made to help at the farms.
  • The Government made a law about children working so now I go to school.
  • Soon massive factories were made and cottage industries were taken over by factories making huge quantities of things that would take a whole day in a cottage but in a factory they would take less than half an hour. These made cottage industries go broke and a lot of them went to work in the factories.
  • Hours were long working in the factories. Some people worked up to 19 hours a day only getting 1 hour total for breaks. Pay was poor and if you did something wrong you would get beaten and punished.
  • In 1938 a national law was made about child labour. Factories had to give up the children that were working for them. Children were sent to schools to learn and only those over 16 worked.
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