Transcript of Storyboard: Industrial Revolution
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This shows how the government and the factory owners controlled the child laborers. They could do anything they wanted because the children needed any little money they could get. Many children got injuries working at theses factories. They were exposed to dangerous chemicals. If they were goofing off they could get their hands put into boiling water. Many children did brick work such as building chimneys. Children also cleaned chimneys and they could fall in and die. This shows a weaver. Clothes were made in factories. Most children worked without shoes. Nowadays you have to have shoes, it's a safety precaution. They worked 12-19 hours a day and six days a week. Normal ours were 5am until 10pm. They did this hard work with little pay. They had to pull these extremely heavy mine carts long distances. Many families had to work in these harsh conditions, so they didn't starve. There were two types of Child Labor. The two types were Parish Apprentice and Free Labor. Parish Apprentice laborers were orphans who were cared for by the government. These children were provided somewhere to live and food in exchange for their labor. Free labor children, some as young as 5, worked for a very little amount of wages. This shows children goofing off and getting in trouble for doing that instead of working. If you goofed off you would be punished violently. This shows that almost all of laborers were children. Children were easy to hire because if their parents relied on them for a paycheck, if they didn't do this they would die from starvation. Some people could fall into machines and get crushed and die. These machines were very hands-on; the people didn't get much knowledge or training with the machines so that is partly why so many people lost limbs and had to have amputations. Some laborers worked in mines. Mines were very dangerous because they could cave in and crush you. This is a wheel used to spin and make fabric. This is the steam engine that was invented during the Industrial Revolution. Without this invention we wouldn't have modern day trains and subways. Many people were forced to live in places like our days ghettos because they couldn't afford anywhere else. These were like modern day ghettos, where poor people that can't afford better live. This is the bonsack machine that was made to roll cigarettes. Without this invention we wouldn't have modern day rollers that fit in the palm of your hand.Full transcript
This is the telephone that was invented by Alexander Graham Bell. Without this invention we wouldn't have any modern day phones. This shows children working with dangerous machines that could kill them if they fell in. Children didn't understand how to work machines as much as adults, this could be fatal for many. Mr. Walker
Industrial Revolution Project
Abigail Johnson Workers now work in clean factories and don't have to work in harsh conditions. Workers now have protective clothing on and wear clothes unlike child laborers.