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Group project

Project of life during industrialization
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Emily Graham

on 14 April 2010

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Young Children
Children got stuck
picking up cotton in
between dangerous
machinery.
They were beat
if the job wasn't
done fast enough.
Drowsy=dunked!
Runaways were sent to
prison and potential runaways
were placed in irons.
Punishments
Not all factory owners were
happy with the conditions of
the factory but it took money
to fix the conditions and they
didn't want to spend, just earn.
conditions.
Would get stripped down to bone.
Children would get stuck in
machines and crushed to death.
Accidents
Division of Labor
Arts
Romanticism
People who belived in Romanticism grew their hair, beards out and wore "outragous" clothing. (Ex:Modern day hippies)
Romanticism challenged the proper and modern way of the English.
Music
The music of this era appealed to people because of the "romantic" feel.
Beethoven was a child protigy, played his first show at 7, his music is still played today and taught.
Franz Schubert Austrialian pianits. he invented the form of "lied" or "art song" which is whera the solo voice performs with a piano melody.
Poems
John Keats is most famous for the poem "Bright Star" which can be sighted at http://www.sonnets.org/keats.htm#600
Percy Shely was most famous for the poem "To woodsworth". Which can be looked at http://wwww.sonnets.org/shelly.htm#400
Woods Worth was the british poet that was creidited for the English Romantic Movement with the publication of " Lyrical Ballets"
information sited at:http://www.online-literature.com/wordsworth/
City Life
By 1860 little over 80% of the U.S. & European population lived in
small rural villages dotting the country in widely spaced clusters
where entire extended families live on the same land passed down from
generation to generation. Relying primarily on subsistence farming these
people were mostly uneducated with very little money and were widely
isolated from each other.
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The invention of the watermill first
began the industrialization of the
villages nearest rivers where rapidly
flowing water could run the factory
usually for textiles.
This modernization made simple farmers realize how
sick they were of agricultural life and many flocked to
the factories in hopes of persuing a new vocation.
Sparking the enclosurement movement where the town
commons where slowlybeing used up for permanent
buisnesses and residencies.
The invention of coal powered factories
made it possible to place factories anywhere
and caused an industrial need for coal. This
lead to a population explosion.
Little farmtowns almost cease to exist
as people all migrate to the urban centers
quickly expanding around factory settings.
Due to low factory wages workers couldnt
afford homes of their own so they moved
into tenent houses with undesirable living
conditions like no plumbing, no heating,
and desease ridden living quarters spawned
from new contaminants from factories.
With the need for money children are sent
to work in factories alongside adults and
recieve very litle education.
Fin.
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