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city life in Indus revolution

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Transcript of city life in Indus revolution

city life in the industrial revolution By maximilian o Tosaca housing during the industrial revolution for low income people Small living spaces
Crowded housing
Bad living condition
houseing for lower class The housing conditions of wealthy people, in the Industrial Revolution big houses
comfortable living
private living
Life span chart education in the industrial revolution for the people there was no education for most kids had to work
had to pay for your schooling
working class families couldn't afford to send children

working class education education for the uperclass They went to school
payed for schooling
had better jobs health conditions in the industrial revolution helth conditions for lower class average life was 35 yeas
had bad working and living conditionsfor there health
no helth care
most wore not healthy
the average life is about 50 years
they had good liveing and working conditions
they wore health
health conditions for upper class Works Cited
Gaskell, P. (1988). The Life of the Industrial Worker in Ninteenth-Century England. Retrieved from The Physical Deterioration of the Textile Workers: http://www.victorianweb.org/history/workers2.html
McCloskey, (. N. (1981). CHANGE AND OPPORTUNITY IN ECONOMY AND SOCIETY,. Retrieved from THE INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION: http://www.ehs.org.uk/industrialrevolution/PH_index.htm
Montagna, J. A. (1955). The Industrial Revolution. Retrieved from Yale-New Haven Teachers Institute: http://www.yale.edu/ynhti/curriculum/units/1981/2/81.02.06.x.html
Strickland, N. (2001). Industrial Revolution. Retrieved from http://narvellstrickland1.tripod.com/cottonmillhistory2/index1.html

thesis The city life in the industrial revolution was very difficult
For the lower class due to their living conditions and their work environment compared to the upper-class
Quote When one door closes, another opens; but we often look so long and so regretfully upon the closed door that we do not see the one which has opened for us
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