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Unformatted text preview: -Helped moved goods faster. Sprawling activity-food being sold, prostitutes, bar tenders working at all the bars C. Coal -primary commodity, cheap burning fuel D. Beer Brewing 1. Porter-after / during dinner drink. Dark bitter easy to make. Water purification caused beer to be drank, river was getting diseases, people build water and fermented water. 2. Watt steam engine 3. By-products and ancillary industries 4. Control of the Market a. Pubs and the Beer Act of 1830 E. Women and children III. Manchester A. Cotton textile Industry B. Unified cotton factory system C. Gender issues D. Ancillary industries 1. Machine builder and iron IV. Sheffield A. Steel 2 B. Geography C. Not a factory system D. Steam power E. Ancillary products IV. Critics A. Charles Dickens B. Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels C. Luddites 3...
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This note was uploaded on 11/17/2009 for the course HIST 285 taught by Professor Munns during the Spring '06 term at Drexel.
- Spring '06
- Industrial Revolution