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Industrial Revolution Begins. Ms. Ramos Alta Loma High School. Why was England the first to industrialize?. http://sustainability.tufts.edu/?pid=10. BE SARGG. Banking Entrepreneurship Stable Agricultural Revolution Geography Government. Banking. capital to invest.

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industrial revolution begins

Industrial Revolution Begins

Ms. Ramos

Alta Loma High School

slide2

Why was

England the

first to

industrialize?

http://sustainability.tufts.edu/?pid=10

be sargg
BE SARGG
  • Banking
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Stable
  • Agricultural
  • Revolution
  • Geography
  • Government
banking
Banking
  • capital to invest

http://www.benzinga.com/trading-ideas/long-ideas/10/12/694617/sterling-etf-a-sterling-play-for-2011

Ms. Ramos

entrepreneurship
Entrepreneurship

http://www.erih.net/biographies.html

stable government
Stable Government
  • No war at home
  • Domestic trade not interrupted
  • Laws & property rights include investment
agricultural revolution
Agricultural Revolution
  • More people
  • Agric profit $ to invest
  • Greater demand for goods
geography
Geography
  • Resources to make goods
    • Coal
    • Iron
    • Rivers
    • Ports

http://occawlonline.pearsoned.com/bookbind/pubbooks/brummettconcise/chapter98/medialib/thumbs/ch24_514.html

go to the number of the factor you believe was most important to industrialize
Go to the number of the factor you believe was most important to industrialize

1- Banking

2- Entrepreneurship

3- Stable government

4- Agricultural

revolution

5- Geography

first factories
First factories
  • Sheds by streams
  • Workers go to factory
transportation
Transportation
  • Canals
  • Bridges
  • Steam locomotive!!!
    • Can go over land
    • 1st major rail line: Liverpool -Manchester
slide12

Newspapers could be sent from London all over the country.

Seaside towns developed; the railways made cheap day trips possible

People were able to travel greater distances for leisure & to work

Turnpike Trusts, canals & stage coach companies could not compete & went bankrupt.

Social & Economic Impact of the Railways

Railway engineering towns grew up, E.g. Crewe & Doncaster.

Townspeople were able to receive meat, fish, milk and vegetables brought in whilst they were still fresh by the railways.

Industry grew, because the railways needed coal & iron; railways in turn allowed factories to transport their goods to markets.

The Post was speeded up

People became more interested in politics & this led to the growth of political parties

Fish & Chips

First Class Mail

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economic changes

Railways cut the cost of transporting goods

How many horses would be needed to transport 40 tons by road?

Economic Changes

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how did railways create more jobs

Goods can now be sold for less.

Railways make the moving of goods cheaper.

This is called the Cycle of Prosperity

More people can afford to buy these goods

More people with jobs means …

More goods are sold & so more need to be produced.

Businessmen employ more workers.

How did railways create more jobs?

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social changes
Social Changes

GMT?

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cultural changes

Which famous books did Charles Dickens write?

What is this woman doing?

Cultural Changes

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sea travel
Sea Travel
  • Robert Fulton
    • Steam engine
    • Clermont up Hudson River
      • FAST!!!!--- 5mph
  • Steam freighters w/iron hull
    • 10-20x cargo of wooden ships
homework
Homework
  • Using your textbook, create a chart of major inventions.