The London News
A boost in community life
The industrial revolution was a time that effected everyone. No matter poor or rich, it effected your life in someway. Starting 1760 on the industrial world has boomed making work easier and less workers. From the invention of the steam engine to the cotton gin, inventions made work during this time 10 times easier than before. The cotton gins separated the seeds from the cotton, making there to be less workers, which means less people to pay and more money could be spent on the cotton to make clothing. Not only did the inventions save money but they made a huge boost in community's. Farming also played a huge role in the industrial revolution also helping the community save money. Coal mines, steam engines and water mills helped produce travel and cause community's to successfully grow.
Separated the seeds from the cotton, saving time and making it quicker to make and sell clothing.
Making travel quicker and more efficient. Steam engines were ran by burning coal for fuel.
Workers mined coal to use for fuel for the steam engines.