Chapter 25 The Industrial Revolution 1700-1900. By: Briana Evans World History 1 st period. Section 1 . The Beginnings of Industrialization. Main Idea. The Industrial Revolution started in England and soon spread to other countries. Terms To Know. Industrial Revolution Enclosure
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By: Briana Evans
The Beginnings of Industrialization
The Industrial Revolution refers to the increase of machine goods that began in England in the middle 1700s.
1.Landowners tried new agricultural methods.
2. Large landowners forced small farmers to become tenant farmers or to give up farming.
Jethro Tull was one of the first scientific farmers. He invented the seed drill in 1701. It allowed farmers to sow seeds in well-spaced rows.
Britain's highly developed banking system also contributed to the country’s industrialization.
Land, labor, and capital were known as the factors of production.
The factory system changed the way people lived and worked, introducing a variety of problems.
The industrialization that began in Great Britain spread to other parts of the world.
America had fast-flowing, rivers, rich deposits of coal and iron ore, and a supply of laborers made up farm workers and immigrants.
Samuel Slater smuggled the design of a spinning machine to the United States.
“Rise of Global Inequality”
Reforming the Industrial World