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Children in The Industrial Revolution

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Mariam Alemi

on 4 July 2016

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Transcript of Children in The Industrial Revolution

Investigation 1:
The Black Country

Population Growth
- More children, more money



- No feelings for children



- Slums even more overcrowded



- Disease spread
Diseases
CHOLERA
Spread through contaminated water
Was greatly feared

SMALLPOX
Bred perfectly in the slums

TYPHUS
Disease carried by lice
Also greatly feared

TUBERCULOSIS
Attack on the lungs
Killed 1/3 of all the people who died for 1800 to 1850
Slums
Deaths in the Coal Mines
By
Mariam
Cara
Hannah
Ola
Cecelia

A Childhood of Slavery
- 1700's, no rights

- Orphans, particularly

-They were someone's property

-Harsh punishments

-Dehumanising work hours
Cruelty
Coal Mines
- Long hours

- Dark, damp

- Hazards

- Explosive gases

- Trappers
Living Conditions

- Malnourished children due to no food

- Overcrowded slums

- Rapid disease spread

- Poor medical knowledge of sanitary care

-Dead among the living
The Mills
- Owners System


- Long hours

- Fines

-Low wages

- Women and children
Our Portrayal...
Watch us perform some scenes that were very common back in The Industrial Revolution.
Most children suffered in a similar way...
Any Questions?
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