The Industrial Revolution in Great Britain. The Steam Engine James Watt perfected the Steam Engine making it a reliable source of power for factories and transportation. It became more economical to bring people to the work (factory) rather than taking the work home (domestic system).
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Management Pioneers in the Early Factory
This illustration of power loom weaving appeared in Edward Baines's The History of Cotton Manufacture in Great Britain (1835)
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