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Industrial Revolution
Updated: 10/13/2020
Industrial Revolution
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  • The Cottage industry was a two-step process. The spinning made cotton thread from the raw cotton, and after weaves wove the cotton thread into cloth on looms. In 1787, Edmund Cartwright made the water-powered loom, that made the process much faster. Then James Watt made the steam engine, power by coal. The production of cotton augmented fast in several decades. In 1760, British made 2.5 million pounds of raw cotton. By 1840, 336 million pounds were imported each year. 
  • the Industrial Revolution gave rise to a new economic system and political, the socialism. Its concentrated in the control of the profits and production. The government will control all and make a cooperative environment in which all citizens collaborate. 
  • The first public railway line in 1830 and extended 32 miles from Manchester to the port of Liverpool. The Rocket sped at 16 miles per hour.
  • Other countries also stared to Industrialize, after seen the good benefits Great Britain had made. In the half of the nineteenth also the occurred the Industrialization of U.S.A. The population grew over 30 million people, and the major of the persons moved to cities. Many rivers, and roads for transportation.
  • The Clermont is a steamboat made by Robert Fulton in 1807. It’s the first paddle-wheel steamboat. It was more efficient to transport supplies around the countries.
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