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History 150: exam 2 material

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Date Created: 02/19/16
2/19/16: The First Industrial Revolution The First Industrial Revolution: continued. ***test questions***  (3) COTTON TEXTILE FACTORIES. o 1  one built in 1771 by Richard Arkwright in the countryside.  He built it near the river as a valuable resource for his spinning machine. o By   the   1830s   more   than  50  had   been   built   in Manchester.   The first industrial city.  Influx of trade.  Center of the cotton textile trade. o Conditions in these new workplaces.  Did not pay attention to safety measures.  Many people developed respiratory problems.  (4) NEW WORK PATTERNS IN FACTORIES. o Pre­industrial work patterns.  Represents a major change in how Americans work. o Task­oriented work.  Worked until you finished your task.  Workers control over their time.  Workers got to decide when they would work.  Lead to irregular work. o The custom of Saint Monday.  Pre­industrial custom.  Instead of going to work, they continued to go to the taverns. o Industrial work patterns.  Wanted the workers to be punctual, productive and conform to the rules. o Typical workday and sample factory rules.  14.5 hours a work day.  6 days a week.  Standard part of the workplace.  Need to be on time. o Fined if you are late to work. o Usually would pay someone to wake them up.  Time = Money.  You would be dismissed form work if: o Always late to work. o Disobedient. o Drunk at work. o Talking to other people while working. o Smoking.  The cotton textile industry in 1850. o In 1850: 2/19/16: The First Industrial Revolution  Britain was the world’s leading producer of cotton cloth.  The price of cotton cloth in Britain dropped significantly:  From 11 shingles (1784) to 1 shingle (1832). o Cotton was a luxury of the rich.  Cotton undergarments. The Great Exhibition of 1851 (May 1­Oct.11)  Event sponsored by Britain. o Held in Joseph Paxton’s ‘Crystal Palace’.  300,000 panes of glass.  4,500 tons of iron.  Early prefabrication.  Massive use of materials.  19 acres.  Destroyed by fire. o Erected in Hyde Park, London.  World’s first industrial fair.  32 nations from around the world were invited.  Over 100,000 exhibits in 4 categories:  Raw materials.  Machinery. o Cotton textile machines as the centerpiece.  Various manufactured goods.  Fine arts.  Machinery. o Engines of progress. o Man versus the machine:  Not everyone was happy about the machines.  Employed women and teenagers to run the machines.  The Luddite Movement (1810s).  Handloom weavers who lost their jobs to the machines.  Broke into factories and too rage against the machines.


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