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Industrialization, II: Changes in Society. Urbanization Rapid growth of cities Environmental consequences: The Great Stink of London (1858) and miasmas Housing problems Diseases: typhus, typhoid fever, cholera, influenza Diet.

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Industrialization ii changes in society
Industrialization, II: Changes in Society

  • Urbanization

    • Rapid growth of cities

    • Environmental consequences: The Great Stink of London (1858) and miasmas

    • Housing problems

    • Diseases: typhus, typhoid fever, cholera, influenza

    • Diet



Housing in Manchester result of sewage.


An attic occupied by a family of ten
An attic occupied by a family of ten result of sewage.

Illustrated Times, 1863


The New Industrial City result of sewage.


Worker Housing in Manchester result of sewage.





Factory Wages result of sewage.in Lancashire, 1830


American textile mill
American Textile Mill result of sewage.




Queen Victoria and family result of sewage.


  • Impact of Industrialization: Optimists vs Pessimists result of sewage.

    • Production

      • 1780-1800 – doubled

      • 1800-1851 – rose 3 ½ times

    • Population

      • 1780 – 9 million

      • 1851 – 21 million

    • Was it worth it?

      • Irish example: agricultural and impoverished

      • Blake, Wordsworth, Dickens, Zola protested treatment of workers

      • Marxists wrote about the misery

      • Revisionists argued that standards of living rose; idea of poverty being bad


  • Leisure result of sewage.

    • The nearly universal day off: Sunday

    • The rise of spectator sports: football & cricket

    • The pub

W.G. Grace – Britain’s First Sport Celebrity


The Luddites, 1811-1816


Some useful websites
Some Useful Websites result of sewage.

  • http://www.bbc.co.uk/history/british/victorians/reforming_acts_01.shtml

  • http://www.historyteacher.net/APEuroCourse/EHAP_Topics/EHAP-Topic-IndutrialRevolution.htm

  • http://www.victorianweb.org/index.html

  • http://www.mtholyoke.edu/courses/rschwart/ind_rev/images/indust.html.htm

  • http://www.fordham.edu/halsall/mod/modsbook14.html


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