Life in the Industrial Age. 1800-1914. The Industrial Revolution Spreads. By the mid 1800s the Industrial Revolution entered its second phase: New Industrial powers emerged
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With the population boom from the Industrial Revolution cities grow rapidly.
In the 1840s people like Louis Pasteur (microbes and disease link), Robert Koch (researching Tuberculosis), Florence Nightingale (insists on better hospital hygiene after the Crimean War), and Joseph Lister (antiseptics for infection) enact change in medicine.
Sidewalks, Sewers, and Skyscrapers emerge.
Slum and tenement conditions continue for the poor working class.