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  • BEGINNING
  • 1852
  • First Industrial Revolution
  • Humanity should have thought of this revolution YEARS ago.
  • Second Industrial Revolution
  • I wish our supervisor would pay us A LOT more. *Said in unison with anger in their voice*
  • The year the industrial revolution began.
  • Transportation 
  • Good thing we dont have to work at the factories.
  • This is kinda bitter sweet seeing as we our riding an efficient way of travel to a work that treats us with no respect. *Immediately starts to think about life*
  • The first wave of the Industrial Revolution lasted from the late 1700s to the mid-1800s. It industrialized the manufacture of textiles and began the move of production and limit the practice of crop rotation from homes to factories.They used Steam power and the cotton gin to retrieve certain stock which played an important role in this period to increase factors of production.
  • Working Conditions
  • WE RATHER WORK ON THE FARM TO GET AWAY FROM THIS HORRIBLE WORKING CONDITION.!!!!!
  • The next wave took place from the mid-1800s to the early 1900s. During this phase large factories used a policy known as Laissez faire and companies began to use more technologies to mass produce goods in an enclosure. Important innovations during this period include the use of electricity, the assembly line, and the Bessemer steel process.
  • ENDING
  • 1883
  • Transportation changed dramatically due to utilitarianism throughout the Industrial Revolution. Where before people traveled by horse, walking, or boat; new ways of travel were introduced including railroads, steam boats, and automobiles. This changed the way people and products were able to travel around the country and the world. 
  • One drawback of the Industrial Revolution was poor working conditions for people in factories. There were few laws to protect workers at the time and working conditions were often dangerous. People often had to work long hours and child labor was a common practice. By the end of the 1900s, labor unions and new laws began to create a safer working environment. 
  • The year the industrial revolution was ended.
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