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Rural Country
Urban City
Revolution change
Urbanization the movement of a large number to a city
Where did the Industrial Revolution begin? England
Crop Rotation It is a form of farming we're different crops are planted to keep nutrients in the soil.
When did the Industrial Revolution begin? It began in the 17 hundreds/18th century .
Industrialize It is a development of machines for the production of goods.
Factory A large building filled with machines to mass produce products.
A source of energy that uses Steam? Steam Engine
What was the Middle Class like? The middle class made enough money to live but not enough money to live in luxury.
Positive Effect More efficient work production of goods transportation and advancement in technology.
Negative Effect (Damage to the environment) (overcrowding) (poor working conditions in a Working Poor class)
Upper class entrepreneurs, businessman
Middle Class Merchants, Doctors and Supervises
What was the working condition for children? Harsh, dangerous and they resived less pay
Supply and demand Enough goods are produced to meet the demanded
Negative effects Overcrowding, pollution, sanitation, and health issues
Unions Engaged in collected bargaining for better working conditions
Corporation A business that owned by many investors that own many stock
Strike When work is stopped in protest in order for and employ to receive something
What did African Americans, Chinese, and Jews have in common during the industrial revolution? Many faced prejudice and segregation.
Who invented the telephone Alexander Graham Bell
Who was modern light invented by? Thomas Edison
Who formed a Monopoly in the oil business? John D. Rockefeller
What replaced workers on farms? Agriculture machines
What two groups of people moved to the city in search of work? Farmers and immigrants
Andrew Carnegie was mostly involved in the steel business. True
The city's on the East Coast grew because more factories were being built. True
What did Henry Ford perfect? The modern assembly line
Created by: Area 51
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