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Industrial Rev.

Industrial Revolution

revolution (n.) a very great change from things in the past
social class (n.) a grouping of people in a society based usually based on wealth, religion, ethnicity, or other factors
population (n.) the number of people in a particular area
rural (adj.) relating to the countryside (rather than a city)
transportation the process of being moved from one place to another
natural resources materials the occur in nature and can be used for economic gain (to make money) like forests, water, fertile land, oil, or coal
labor (n.) work, especially hard physical work
supply (n.) the amount of something that is available
demand (n.) a person’s desire for something
mechanical related to machines
industry activities related to turning raw materials into manufactured goods
agriculture farming
urban having to do with a city
manufacture the process of making a large number of something
economy the wealth and resources of a country or region
Created by: DSBeaumont