Industrial Revolution. Definition: greatly increased output of machine-made goods that began in England in the 18 th century. Textile: A cloth, especially one manufactured by weaving or knitting; a fabric. Began in England, spread to western world. Agricultural Beginnings.
Watt and steam engine led to canals, shipping, etc.
Coal as a power source
Smelting and Darby family.New Technologies Spur Innovation
Large population (pop. Increase)
Nat. Resources=coal, iron, H2O, rivers, harbors
Factors of Production
Land, Labor, CapitalBritain
Garbage, police, crowding, tenements.
Life span, medical problems.
Unions impossible, Luddites popular.Living