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Child labour during the industrial revolution

Child labour during the industrial revolution

Before the railroads were built, wagons were pushed and pulled by both man and animal along wooden tracks. It wasn’t until the late 1700’s that iron tracks and steam powered engines began to take over. In 1804, a man from Wales built the first successful steam locomotive. The first trains traveled around 15 to 20 mph. Because of the railroads, people began to move to the cities.

Before the railroads were built, wagons were pushed and pulled by both man and animal along wooden tracks. It wasn’t until the late 1700’s that iron tracks and steam powered engines began to take over. In 1804, a man from Wales built the first successful steam locomotive. The first trains traveled around 15 to 20 mph. Because of the railroads, people began to move to the cities.

Industrial Revolution. Children working in a cotton mill.

Industrial Revolution. Children working in a cotton mill.

Nine fun and creative Industrial Revolution writing and research projects. From thinking about a world without Thomas Edison to writing from a child worker's point of view to creating factory worker ads, your students will gain a better understanding of this important time in history.  A print and go rubric and Industrial Revolution timeline is included. No-Prep, Just Print and Go!$

Industrial Revolution Enrichment Writing & Research Projects

Nine fun and creative Industrial Revolution writing and research projects. From thinking about a world without Thomas Edison to writing from a child worker's point of view to creating factory worker ads, your students will gain a better understanding of this important time in history. A print and go rubric and Industrial Revolution timeline is included. No-Prep, Just Print and Go!$

Teaching the Industrial Revolution with Primary and Secondary Sources

Teaching the Industrial Revolution with Primary and Secondary Sources

Young girl working as a child laborer in a textile mill in South Carolina. Circa 1908

Young girl working as a child laborer in a textile mill in South Carolina. Circa 1908

Pittsburgh way back when it was Hell with the lid off

Pittsburgh way back when it was Hell with the lid off

$37 Mike Savad - There's a good reason why guys in those days didn't have long hair. Everything was belt driven, your whole head could get stuck in one of those belts, and believe me, that will ruin your whole day. Nothing worse then getting your head stuck in the machinery. Then poor old Henry from maintenance, will need to use his "stick" to knock you down, and then he has to recalibrate the system... #savad #steampunk #machinist

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$37 Mike Savad - There's a good reason why guys in those days didn't have long hair. Everything was belt driven, your whole head could get stuck in one of those belts, and believe me, that will ruin your whole day. Nothing worse then getting your head stuck in the machinery. Then poor old Henry from maintenance, will need to use his "stick" to knock you down, and then he has to recalibrate the system... #savad #steampunk #machinist

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