The Industrial Revolutuin
Cause and Effect of the Industrial Revolution
Growing populations across Europe called for more production of clothes, food, and etc. The growing population during the Industrial Revolution turned its agricultural history into manufacturing. Factories started to form and took over cities, such as London, England, creating more employment for the citizens.
Change and Continuity
The Industrial Revolution lasted from the late 1700's to the early 1900's. During those 200 years, large production of all necessities began to form from clothes to food and even the way everyone washed their clothes. Also throughout that time, the population of cities began to increase heavily by thousands every year. Cities with large populations built factories as to where all of its citizens would work. Those who worked in factories worked for long, stressful hours and worked in dangerous conditions. Those who benefited the worst throughout this time were the factories workers because all of the production relied on their shoulders. There was no room for mistakes.