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DEMOGRAPHY AND AGRICULTURE

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Transcript of DEMOGRAPHY AND AGRICULTURE

The Agricultural Revolution
Implied:

-The perfection of the horse-drawn seed press

-The large-scale growth of new crops

-The passing of the Enclosure Laws
The Industrial Revolution
·It began in Britain in the 18th century and finished in the 19th

·Industrialization increased the number of factories and mass production with the improvement of machinery

·The increasing of the enclosed space of agricultural lands and production.

·Population growth due to the increase production of food and raw materials

Urbanization
Demographic revolution
TIMELINE OF MAIN INVENTIONS
The Rotherham
plow (1703)
Threshing machine (1786)
First reaping machine ( 1827)
First-all-iron
pow (1808)
Steam power ( 1850)
Jethro Tull
seed drill( 1701)
1700
1900
1800
Why did the population grow?
moved to the city
advantages
demographic revolution
birth rate increased
comforts
Technological and scientific developments meant industry
The population of London doubled in the fifty years from 1801 to 1851
dirt and diseases.
Robert Bakewell
Jethro Tull
THE IMPORTANCE OF THE AGRICULTURAL REVOLUTION TO THE INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION
England gathered together in increasingly large urban centres, to work in factories and other mass places of work.

tiny living spaces
BUT
More and Younger Marriages
· Increased the crop yield


· Production of enough food.


· Doubled the population
·Healthier population.



· The wool was more available.


· Better care of the animals and selective breading.



·Workforce.
More opportunities to have children
Horse drawn hoe:

Plough:
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