Industrial England


From about 1760 to around 1830, England underwent various significant changes in common industries resulting in what is now known as the Industrial Revolution. The use of machinery and technology improved the efficiencies of processes used in textile manufacturing, metallurgy, glass making, agriculture, and mining. Although this produced products and lower prices, there was a large rise in child labor and poor living conditions for the lower class workers.

The Industrial England map includes a colorful labeled teacher’s map and an unlabeled student map that the child can label and color.                                 

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