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industrial revolution Fun Facts

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Britain's worldwide influence and advanced economy led to the spread of the Industrial Revolution to most of the developed world.
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Coal was plentiful in the UK and could produce as much as three times the energy as the same amount of wood.
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Watt did not invent the steam engine, but he changed how used steam was handled by the machine, thereby improving on Thomas Newcomen's original invention.
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The cotton-spinning mill's owner, Richard Arkwright, employed 200 workers in the village of Cromford.
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By the middle of the 1800s, Britain enjoyed over 4,000 miles worth of canals.
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All of these inventions contributed to the industrialization of weaving, but the flying shuttle came the earliest, in 1733.
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Eli Whitney's cotton gin was able to clean 50 pounds of lint every day, which allowed many Southern cotton farmers to afford more enslaved people to work their fields.
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Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels believed that the widespread production brought about by the Industrial Revolution dehumanized its workers.
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Factory owners often favored children because they would work for less pay and were less likely to go on strike for better pay.

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