Industrial Revolution: Textiles. By: Joshua Almonte , Caroline Parks, and Victoria Scalanga Pd. 2. Signs of Advancements. The textile industry of Great Britain was the first to use mechanization. This meant that auto machines began to be used in order to increase production.
Joshua Almonte, Caroline Parks,
and Victoria Scalanga
This will impact Great Britain greatly because the industry will improve trading and it increases the speed of production. Textiles also started the idea of an assembly line so they can make more products.
Textiles will spread to other countries because as a result of the prices going down there were high demand for the products. Clothes are also something that everyone needs and now that the price was going down people could buy more. Also, textiles will start to impact other counties because they will begin doing the same or being trading with England.
To begin with the importance of this topic, think about how the Industrial Revolution would have been as successful without having the textiles they had. Great Britain would not have been as powerful for sure because of the increase of production. The trade also improved as an effect of textiles. Lastly, since more products were being made at a faster pace, the prices would decrease making it easier for people to afford.