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| Industrial Revolution Trivia
*The Industrial Revolution started in England around 1733 with the first cotton mill.
*The Industrial Revolution began in America after Samuel Slater, known as the "Father of the Industrial Revolution", brought the textile factory reconstructed a cotton-spinning machine which brought the textile factory.
*The Industrial Revolution began the modernization of America as Items that were once handmade in homes were now beginning to be produced in factories.
*Factories in the United States need cheap labor and began employing children, some as young as the age of 6, and women.
*There were many important inventors and inventions during the Industrial Revolution.
*Women mostly found jobs in domestic service, textile factories, and piece work shops, and coal mines during the Industrial Revolution. They also worked in the coal mines. Factory work for women was were often unsanitary and the work dangerous.
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