The textile factories were an unsafe and unheathly place for working class families to work.These factories were unsafe for children to work because the factories would over work the children,give them a insuffient diet and the factories were filled with diseases.For example a testimony from Joesph Hebergram to the Sadler committee he said; ‘i have damged lunges. my lgs muscles do not function properly and will not support the weight of my bones...the doctor told me that it was caused by dust in the factory,from being over worked and a insufficient diet.’this shows that the factories were an unsafe place for working class because they over work their employes and do not give a proper diet.This evidence shows first hand evidence of what happened
The Second Industrial Revolution affected the North, South, West, and Midwest in several ways. New unions and laws were introduced. More issues regarding differences in culture and social classes arose. Economies developed greatly with efficient farming technologies and manufacturing industries. Populations had major changes with increased amounts of people in urban areas around cities, and increased amounts of immigrants. Railroads erupted in quantity and popularity around the nation, connecting major areas, and transporting important resources, such as livestock, timber, and metals. During this period, I would have preferred to live in the Midwest. The Midwest had many cities that were centers for industry, which were very profitable in wealth
Starting in 1880, the evils of child labor were increasing fast. Children weren’t just working on their family’s farm; they were slaving in mills, sweatshops, and factories. Children were not only losing a chance at an education, but they were becoming ill, injured, and some were even being killed because of the dangerous working conditions they were slaving in.
The Industrial Revolution was an important event in history. It brought about many positives during its time. For instance, kids were well fed, educated, and clothed. There were plenty of negatives, as well. One very sad example was the machine injuries that happened to both children and adults. The Industrial Revolution was a horrific time in the 1700s by the fact that it caused bad pollution and children would be worn out at the end of their work day.
The Industrial Revolution was a point in the mid 1700’s where machine made goods were greatly increased in England. Women working in factories worked in outrageous working conditions, some even fatal. They had short breaks worked long hours and got little pay. The women that worked in the silk factories in Japan had all these cost, but they were just kind of worst. They not only had all this, but they also had unfair treatment. During the Industrial Revolution did the costs outweigh the benefits?
With the Industrial Revolution came a wave of new changes and ideas. A boatload of new concepts and inventions flooded Europe and North America. This controversial topic leads to where we are now. While some might argue that Industrialization had primarily negative consequences for society because of child labor, it was actually a positive thing for society. Industrialization’s positive effects were new jobs and more job opportunities, more and easier travel, and economic growth.
The conclusion of the eighteenth century and the dawn of the nineteenth was a time of great growth of industry in America. There were many positives of this growth, and many negatives. One positive were that everybody has more luxuries; another positive was that a lot of money came into the US. There were many severe negatives of the new growth of industry. Two of these were horrible factory conditions, and child labor.
There is a big international controversy if child labor is good or bad. Dating back to the late 1700’s, child labor has become a huge problem for the safety of children around the world. Children are missing out on the opportunity to learn and be educated because of forced child labor. Furthermore, the conditions that children work in are not safe and are very hazardous to their health and well being. Child labor is not as much of a problem in the United States however, it is a big problem in countries in poverty who think that child labor is a way of life and necessary to support their economy.Throughout the world, child labor is a major problem that many countries face due to poverty and labor laws.
Many factors contributed to the Industrial Revolution taking place in England. One of the main contributors to the Industrial Revolution was the Agricultural Revolution. The Industrial Revolution was when the world became more urban and industrial. New technologies were being produced that made new products, more of old products, and better products. The Industrial Revolution’s birth in England was due to: its Geography, the Agricultural Revolution, and the political stability.
During the late 1800’s and early 1900’s, there was a great abundance of civil issues with American politics and society. Reformers are those people who not only took notice of the problems but also took actions to amend them. Society was such a mess that most citizens were in danger, be it from food unfit to eat before it was further defiled by workers and animals in the abhorrent circumstances found within most food-processing factories, illnesses spread through closely confined living quarters lacking ventilation or necessary access to bathrooms for basic hygiene, corruption, and bribery inherent in the structures of political machines, or discrimination
The American Industrial Revolution was a period, from about 1760 to sometime between 1820 and 1840, that was considerably vital to the economic development of the United States. With this revolution, the result was the replacement of an economy based on manual labor with one dominated by industry and machine manufacture. In the Industrial Revolution, spinning and weaving machines operated by waterpower were replaced by steam. Advances in agricultural techniques and practices resulted in an increased supply of food and raw materials. Also changes in industrial organization and new technology resulted in increased production, efficiency, profits, and the rise in commerce, foreign and domestic markets. The Industrial Revolution manifests a significant turning point in history because it changed American civilization and economy into a modern-day urban-industrial society.
The industrial Revolution had a negative effect on England due to working conditions, long hours in factories and polluted cities. The working conditions developed health problems for the workers. The long hours caused the children to be deprived of many things. The polluted cities exposed people to diseases and dirty homes.
“Factory life was not healthy for working class families during the industrial revolution because of people visiting factories and seeing it wasn 't child friendly”. Child labor was a part of the industrial revolution they were mistreated and overworked. Two documents [The house of lords Dr.Ward] and [John Birley newspaper article] can support the evidence we need to prove that child labor was horrible.When the house of lords asks Dr.Ward “have you observed that children in the factories have particular accidents”Dr.Ward followed with his answer “When i was a surgeon in the infirmary,accidents were very often admitted to the infirmary,though the children 's hands and arms having been caught in the machinery;In many instances the
The British Industrial Revolution was the era where a series of technological discoveries increased the production rate of manufacturing, thus increasing the demand for products. This left the leading companies at the time looking for a way to quicken their production rate. The solution came in very small packages… children. They were a fundamental part of the human workforce that powered the Industrial Revolution. However, they were often treated in the most brutal ways possible. Therefore, we can state that child labour during the British Industrial Revolution brought benefits to the country’s economy. However, the physical and psychological impacts it had on them out-weighed the economical benefits.
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