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Great Stink in 1858 Joseph Bazalgette develops pipes and sewerage system in 1865
Crime was high Robert Peel developed police system in London in 1829
Average lifespan was low due to pollution and poor sanitary condition Edwin Chadwick's Poor Laws in 1842
Cholera John Snow mapped out the deaths to pinpoint how cholera spreads in 1854
Poor working conditions and long hours in the factories 1847 10 hour act for children under 18 and women
Voting was only available to the wealthy 1832 Reform Act/Bill (served the middle class) - expands the number of people that can elect people into the parliament (1 in 5 males could vote)
Children worked in factories and had no time for education 1891 free education up to primary level
Created by: carolcylin