Industrial Revolution

By: Tyler Center

Industrial Revolution

The Industrial Revolution is a period of time using machines to make worldwide production quicker. It started in the United Kingdom in 1750.

Working Conditions In The Factory

Working conditions in the factories during the Industrial Revolution were messy, unclean, and deadly. People in the factory died from diseases such as Black Lung.

Child Labor

Life In The Factory

Life in the factory was dirty and unclean. Children worked all day with little pay and short lunch breaks. If the Overseer thought the children weren't working hard enough, they were whipped. Some of the leaders were children. Like other people, children died of Black Lung and other deadly diseases.
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