The Agricultural Changes Of The Industrial Revolution

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The Industrial Revolution was a period in time in which manufacturing evolved from agricultural to more mechanical means. It began in England in the late 18th century and lasted for many decades beyond. Changes in textiles, manufacturing, transportation, and economic and social were the main areas where technology advanced. Because there was scarcity in the New World, the Americas didn’t have their Revolution until later when a man named Samuel Slater opened the first mill. It was the first industrial mill in the United States and was made in 1790. Although, the style was stolen from the British mill, he was credited as beginning the American Revolution. The agricultural changes of the Industrial Revolution included the production of wool
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