model history world
The growth of cities led to horrible living conditions. The wealthy fared far better than the industrial workers because they could afford to live in the suburbs on the outskirts of the city. However, for most of the factory workers, cities were dirty, crowded places where epidemics frequently broke out.
Overcrowded row homes created to house the workers and their families contributed to these conditions. Government reports of the time indicated people sleeping as many as six to one bed.
The sanitary conditions in early industrial cities were filthy as well. Since the municipal governments did not concern themselves with cleanliness at the time, the cities did not have proper waste disposal systems, and people threw trash and sewage directly into the streets. The burning coal of the industrial factories coated cities in a layer of grime and polluted the air, and water supplies were polluted by waste.
Conditions in factories were deplorable as well. Those workers who had come from agricultural backgrounds were faced with a big adjustment. While farming required irregular hours and periods of work alternating with rest, the factory system required constant labor. Factory owners were faced with the task of breaking the habits of these workers and getting them accustomed to time-based labor.
People in farmer use growth food by hands and used horses and caw to grow food But now all that working does a machines. And that people life got easier because of the machines. Machines does work of lots of people .