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History Chapter 22 Industrial Revolution
1. Prior to the Industrial Revolution,…
2. The result of the 19th century popu…
3. What new crop became an important a…
4. The Agricultural Revolution was a c…
reliable food supplies and widespread resistance to disease.
migration from the countryside, to the city, from ireland to…
the potato...
Rich farmers "enclosing" their lands and pour farmers becomin…
1. Prior to the Industrial Revolution,…
reliable food supplies and widespread resistance to disease.
2. The result of the 19th century popu…
migration from the countryside, to the city, from ireland to…
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History Chapter 22 Industrial Revolution
1. Prior to the Industrial Revolution,…
2. The result of the 19th century popu…
3. What new crop became an important a…
4. The Agricultural Revolution was a c…
reliable food supplies and widespread resistance to disease.
migration from the countryside, to the city, from ireland to…
the potato...
Rich farmers "enclosing" their lands and pour farmers becomin…
1. Prior to the Industrial Revolution,…
reliable food supplies and widespread resistance to disease.
2. The result of the 19th century popu…
migration from the countryside, to the city, from ireland to…
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history chapter22 industrial revolution
bessemer process
Thomas Edison
Gottlien Daimler
Henry Ford
easier processor making steel created by Henry Bessemer
invented the lightbulb
first 4 wheel car
assembly line for mass producing more affordable cars
bessemer process
easier processor making steel created by Henry Bessemer
Thomas Edison
invented the lightbulb
43 terms
History Chapter 22 Industrial Revolution
1. Prior to the Industrial Revolution,…
2. The result of the 19th century popu…
3. What new crop became an important a…
4. The Agricultural Revolution was a c…
reliable food supplies and widespread resistance to disease.
migration from the countryside, to the city, from ireland to…
the potato...
Rich farmers "enclosing" their lands and pour farmers becomin…
1. Prior to the Industrial Revolution,…
reliable food supplies and widespread resistance to disease.
2. The result of the 19th century popu…
migration from the countryside, to the city, from ireland to…
43 terms
History Chapter 22 Industrial Revolution
1. Prior to the Industrial Revolution,…
2. The result of the 19th century popu…
3. What new crop became an important a…
4. The Agricultural Revolution was a c…
reliable food supplies and widespread resistance to disease.
migration from the countryside, to the city, from ireland to…
the potato...
Rich farmers "enclosing" their lands and pour farmers becomin…
1. Prior to the Industrial Revolution,…
reliable food supplies and widespread resistance to disease.
2. The result of the 19th century popu…
migration from the countryside, to the city, from ireland to…
43 terms
History Chapter 22 Industrial Revolution
1. Prior to the Industrial Revolution,…
2. The result of the 19th century popu…
3. What new crop became an important a…
4. The Agricultural Revolution was a c…
reliable food supplies and widespread resistance to disease.
migration from the countryside, to the city, from ireland to…
the potato...
Rich farmers "enclosing" their lands and pour farmers becomin…
1. Prior to the Industrial Revolution,…
reliable food supplies and widespread resistance to disease.
2. The result of the 19th century popu…
migration from the countryside, to the city, from ireland to…
43 terms
History Chapter 22 Industrial Revolution
1. Prior to the Industrial Revolution,…
2. The result of the 19th century popu…
3. What new crop became an important a…
4. The Agricultural Revolution was a c…
reliable food supplies and widespread resistance to disease.
migration from the countryside, to the city, from ireland to…
the potato...
Rich farmers "enclosing" their lands and pour farmers becomin…
1. Prior to the Industrial Revolution,…
reliable food supplies and widespread resistance to disease.
2. The result of the 19th century popu…
migration from the countryside, to the city, from ireland to…
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Industrial Revolution (Chapter 22)
factors of production
factory system
James Watt
Factory Act of 1833
land labor, and capital
work for a fixed number of hours for fixed pay
patented the steam engine
allowed for factory inspection and enforcement of child labor…
factors of production
land labor, and capital
factory system
work for a fixed number of hours for fixed pay
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AP world history chapter 22- industrial revolution
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Enclosure movement
Sugar from carriedbean colony
cotton
_____% of Britain's populatipn was under 15
Landowners fenced in their land and took previously public la…
***most profitable international product
**most profitable american crop
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_____% of Britain's populatipn was under 15
Enclosure movement
Landowners fenced in their land and took previously public la…
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Chapter 22 The Industrial Revolution
When did the Industrial Revolution beg…
Capital
Cottage Industry
Entrepreneur
In Great Britain in the 1780s.
...
Manufacturing based in homes rather than in a factory, common…
A person who organizes, manages, and takes on the risks of a…
When did the Industrial Revolution beg…
In Great Britain in the 1780s.
Capital
...
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Chapter 22 Industrial Revolution
Means of Production and Distribution
Industrial Revolution
Laissez-Faire Capitalism
Adam Smith
characteristics of capitalism
A series of improvements in industrial technology that transf…
This was the style of capitalism in which the government had…
1723- 1790; Scottish; "Wealth of Nations"; first economist; "…
Means of Production and Distribution
characteristics of capitalism
Industrial Revolution
A series of improvements in industrial technology that transf…
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AP World History- Chapter 22 The Industrial Revolution
The cotton boom enriched planters as w…
In rural areas manufacture was carried…
An example of the enormous quantities…
New forms of energy were important for…
A high demand for slaves
Merchants delivered raw materials to craftspeople and picked…
The Crystal Palace
The steam engine and electricity
The cotton boom enriched planters as w…
A high demand for slaves
In rural areas manufacture was carried…
Merchants delivered raw materials to craftspeople and picked…
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AP World History- Chapter 22 The Industrial Revolution
The cotton boom enriched planters as w…
In rural areas manufacture was carried…
An example of the enormous quantities…
New forms of energy were important for…
A high demand for slaves
Merchants delivered raw materials to craftspeople and picked…
The Crystal Palace
The steam engine and electricity
The cotton boom enriched planters as w…
A high demand for slaves
In rural areas manufacture was carried…
Merchants delivered raw materials to craftspeople and picked…
Chapter 22 : Industrial Revolution
Adam Smith
Samuel Morse
Industrial Revolution
Jethro Tull
Was interested in how countries create wealth through industr…
Created the morse code and invented the telegraph
Began in Great Britain, was an era of rapid industrial develo…
Invented the seed drill that made it possible to plant seeds…
Adam Smith
Was interested in how countries create wealth through industr…
Samuel Morse
Created the morse code and invented the telegraph
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Chapter 22 Industrial Revolution
factors of production
factory system
mechanization
mass production
land, labor, capital
worker put in fixed hours each day for a fixed wage
automatic machinery used to increase production
system of producing large amounts of identical items
factors of production
land, labor, capital
factory system
worker put in fixed hours each day for a fixed wage
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Chapter 22- The Industrial Revolution
enclosure movement
Jethro Tull
crop rotation
Industrial Revolution
practice of or enclosing common lands into individual holdings
a landowner from the early 1700s that was concerned about the…
a system that helped farmers produce more crops using the sam…
an era of rapid industrial development that followed the Agri…
enclosure movement
practice of or enclosing common lands into individual holdings
Jethro Tull
a landowner from the early 1700s that was concerned about the…
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Chapter 22 Industrial Revolution
Capitalism
Commercial
Industrial
Collective Bargaining
economic system; corporations control factors of production r…
bought & sold goods
produced & manufactured goods
- agreements written in contracts , lasting a fixed period of…
Capitalism
economic system; corporations control factors of production r…
Commercial
bought & sold goods
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Chapter 22 Industrial Revolution
Geocentric Theory
Scientific Revolution
Heliocentric
Galileo Galilei
Arrangment of the solar system that places the earth at the c…
A major change in European thought, starting in the mid-1500s…
A model of the solar system in which Earth and the other plan…
Italian astronomer and mathematician who was the first to use…
Geocentric Theory
Arrangment of the solar system that places the earth at the c…
Scientific Revolution
A major change in European thought, starting in the mid-1500s…
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Chapter 22 The Industrial Revolution
Enclosure movement
new farming methods
Jethro Tull industry?
Crop Rotation
smaller landholding combined to larger and more efficient lan…
bronze and iron tools replaced wood
invented seed drill, which made planting easier. Agricultural
practice of altering crops of different kinds of pressure soi…
Enclosure movement
smaller landholding combined to larger and more efficient lan…
new farming methods
bronze and iron tools replaced wood
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Chapter 22 The Industrial Revolution
Enclosure Movement
Jethro Tull
crop rotation
industrial revolution
smaller landholdings being combined into larger landholdings
invented seed drill to limit the amount of seeds wasted from…
changing the crops that are planted every year so the soil co…
an era of rapid industrial development where power driven mac…
Enclosure Movement
smaller landholdings being combined into larger landholdings
Jethro Tull
invented seed drill to limit the amount of seeds wasted from…
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Chapter 22 Industrial Revolution
Communism
Vulcanization
Capitalism
Strike
belief that a violent revolution is the only way to get rid o…
process which is to make rubber less sticky
economic system which individuals or corporations, not govern…
when a large group of workers stop working
Communism
belief that a violent revolution is the only way to get rid o…
Vulcanization
process which is to make rubber less sticky
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Chapter 22: The Industrial Revolution
Factors of Production
Eli whitney
Crop rotation
James Watt
land, capital, labor
invented the cotton gin
planting different crops each year
Patented the steam engine
Factors of Production
land, capital, labor
Eli whitney
invented the cotton gin
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Chapter 22 Industrial Revolution
Industrial Revolution
Agricultural Revolution
Mass production
Josiah Wedgwood
Transformation of the economy, environment, and living condit…
The transformation of farming that resulted in 18th century f…
The manufacture of identical products by the division of labo…
English industrialist whose pottery works where the first to…
Industrial Revolution
Transformation of the economy, environment, and living condit…
Agricultural Revolution
The transformation of farming that resulted in 18th century f…
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Industrial Revolution Chapter 22
Geocentric Theory
Scientific Revolution
Heliocentric Theory
Galileo Galilei
The idea that earth is the center of the Universe
A major change in European thought, starting in the mid-1500s…
the idea that the earth and the other planets revolve around…
Italian astromomer/mathematician- He proposed that Mercury an…
Geocentric Theory
The idea that earth is the center of the Universe
Scientific Revolution
A major change in European thought, starting in the mid-1500s…
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Chapter 22; The Industrial Revolution
Industrial Revolution
Industrialization
Enclosure
Crop rotation
A period of increased output of goods made by machines in new…
The process of developing machine production of goods, also c…
The land owners rented fields to families of tenant farmers w…
The most revolutionary discovery of the scientific farmers, t…
Industrial Revolution
A period of increased output of goods made by machines in new…
Industrialization
The process of developing machine production of goods, also c…
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Chapter 22 The Industrial Revolution
Enclosure movement
Jethro Tull
Crop Rotation
Industrial Revolution
Period where small landholdings were being combined into more…
Inventor of the seed drill
a system where a farmer would plant one crop one year and ano…
an era of rapid industrial development.
Enclosure movement
Period where small landholdings were being combined into more…
Jethro Tull
Inventor of the seed drill
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Chapter 22 Industrial Revolution
commercial revolution
proto-industrialization
cottage industry/"putting out system"
flying shuttle
(1500-1700) Economic growth in Europe characterized by expans…
Created the conditions for Industrial Revolution
Manufacturing in the home, domestic system
Invented by John Kay, enabled weaver to throw shuttle back an…
commercial revolution
(1500-1700) Economic growth in Europe characterized by expans…
proto-industrialization
Created the conditions for Industrial Revolution
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Chapter 22 Industrial Revolution
Crop rotation
In Closures
Less production
Textiles
System of changing where crops grow
Wealthy land owners put fences around
Cultural changes to areas
First area closed
Crop rotation
System of changing where crops grow
In Closures
Wealthy land owners put fences around
Yanaway- Modern World History, Chapter 22 (Industrial Revolution)
Enclosure Movement
Crop rotation
Industrial Revolution
Factors of Production
Common public lands were fenced off into individual plots
Planting different crops in the same field each year
An era of rapid industrial development
land, capital and labor
Enclosure Movement
Common public lands were fenced off into individual plots
Crop rotation
Planting different crops in the same field each year
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Chapter 22- Industrial Revolution
Adam Smith ____ mercantilism because _…
The downside of the business cycle is…
According to Kipling it was the "White…
_____ was strengthened and made more a…
Opposed ... Government interference
Recession... Free
Civilize the uncivilized
Iron
Adam Smith ____ mercantilism because _…
Opposed ... Government interference
The downside of the business cycle is…
Recession... Free
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Chapter 22: The Industrial Revolution
Enclosure Movement
Jethro Tull
Crop Rotation
Industrial Revolution
Practice of fencing or enclosing common lands into individual…
Landowner who invented a seed drill that planted seeds in str…
The practice of alternating crops of different kinds to allow…
Rapid change in beginning in the 1700s, when power-driven mac…
Enclosure Movement
Practice of fencing or enclosing common lands into individual…
Jethro Tull
Landowner who invented a seed drill that planted seeds in str…
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Chapter 22: The Industrial Revolution
A People's Charter
Benjamin Disraeli
Charles Fourier
Chartism
Draft of reform bill which called for universal suffrage, pay…
British Conservative. Extended vote to all middle class male…
French social theorist. Criticized capitalism. Wanted sociali…
Working class discontent. Sought political democracy through…
A People's Charter
Draft of reform bill which called for universal suffrage, pay…
Benjamin Disraeli
British Conservative. Extended vote to all middle class male…
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Industrial Revolution, Chapter 22
British resources
Industrial Revolution
What led to large textile factories?
spinning jenny
natural: island, coal, rivers, and sheep... man-made: laissez-fa…
burst of technological and technical changes in certain indus…
high demands that the putting-out industry couldn't cope with
cheap and inexpensive, more thread quicker
British resources
natural: island, coal, rivers, and sheep... man-made: laissez-fa…
Industrial Revolution
burst of technological and technical changes in certain indus…
Chapter 22 Industrial Revolution
1. Prior to the Industrial Revolution,…
2. The result of the 19th century popu…
3. What new crop became an important a…
4. The Agricultural Revolution was a c…
reliable food supplies and widespread resistance to disease.
migration from the countryside, to the city, from ireland to…
the potato...
Rich farmers "enclosing" their lands and pour farmers becomin…
1. Prior to the Industrial Revolution,…
reliable food supplies and widespread resistance to disease.
2. The result of the 19th century popu…
migration from the countryside, to the city, from ireland to…
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Chapter 22- Industrial Revolution
What did Thomas Malthus argue?
Why did factory owners hire families t…
Describe the textile industry.
Why did the industrial revolution begi…
Argued that the growth of the population will always tend to…
Hired families to work so they could financially support each…
Produced yarn, cloth, clothing, and distributed them; made in…
They had natural waterways large amount of iron and coal and…
What did Thomas Malthus argue?
Argued that the growth of the population will always tend to…
Why did factory owners hire families t…
Hired families to work so they could financially support each…
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AP World History Chapter 22: The Early Industrial Revolution, 1760-1851
Enclosure was
What new crop contributed to the agric…
The agricultural revolution was a chan…
In rural areas manufacture was carried…
restriction of common agricultural land.
The potato
the creation of a large class of landless farm laborers, weal…
merchants delivered raw materials to craftspeople and picked…
Enclosure was
restriction of common agricultural land.
What new crop contributed to the agric…
The potato
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AP world history chapter 22 (the early industrial revolution, 1760-1851.)
Industrial revolution
Agricultural revolution
Mass production
Josiah Wedgwood
Tranformation of the economy, environment, and living conditi…
Transformation in farming in the 18th century from the result…
Manufacture of many identical products by the division of lab…
English industrialist whose pottery works were the first to p…
Industrial revolution
Tranformation of the economy, environment, and living conditi…
Agricultural revolution
Transformation in farming in the 18th century from the result…
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Chapter 22 The Industrial Revolution
Factors of Production
Vulcanization
Commercial Capitalism
Capitalism
Land, Capital, and Labor
Rubber less sticky
Capitalists who were merchants who bought and sold goods.
Individuals not gov't controlled factors of production
Factors of Production
Land, Capital, and Labor
Vulcanization
Rubber less sticky
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Chapter 22 Industrial Revolution
Crop Rotation
Edward Jenner
Great Britan
Cotton Cloth
What replaced the open- field system ?
Who discovered the small pox vaccine ?
Which country had the most developed banking system in Europe ?
What was the major global demand of the textile industry ?
Crop Rotation
What replaced the open- field system ?
Edward Jenner
Who discovered the small pox vaccine ?
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Chapter 22- The Early Industrial Revolution AP world history
Industrial Revolution
Cotton
Steam Engine
Mechanization
Economic development propelled by population growth, an agric…
Crop made most valuable in America by the industrialization o…
Invention that set the Industrial Revolution apart from all p…
The use of machines to do work previously done by hand
Industrial Revolution
Economic development propelled by population growth, an agric…
Cotton
Crop made most valuable in America by the industrialization o…
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History Vocab Chapter 22: The Early Industrial Revolution, 1760-1851
Industrial Revolution
agricultural revolution
mass production
Josiah Wedgwood
the transformation of the economy, the environment, and livin…
The transformation of farming in the 18th century that result…
the manufacturing of many identical products by the division…
english industrialist whose pottery works first produced fine…
Industrial Revolution
the transformation of the economy, the environment, and livin…
agricultural revolution
The transformation of farming in the 18th century that result…
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Chapter 22- The Early Industrial Revolution AP world history
Industrial Revolution
Cotton
Steam Engine
Mechanization
Economic development propelled by population growth, an agric…
Crop made most valuable in America by the industrialization o…
Invention that set the Industrial Revolution apart from all p…
The use of machines to do work previously done by hand
Industrial Revolution
Economic development propelled by population growth, an agric…
Cotton
Crop made most valuable in America by the industrialization o…
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Chapter 22: Industrial Revolution
enclosure movement
crop rotation
jethro tull
selective breeding
The process of consolidating small landholdings into a smalle…
The practice of rotating use of different fields from crop to…
Invented the seed drill
The process of selecting a few organisms with desired traits…
enclosure movement
The process of consolidating small landholdings into a smalle…
crop rotation
The practice of rotating use of different fields from crop to…
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Chapter 22: The Early Industrial Revolution
Industrial Revolution
agricultural revolution
mass production
Josiah Wedgwood
The transformation of the economy, the environment, and livin…
The transformation of farming that resulted in the eighteenth…
The manufacture of many identical products by the division of…
English industrialist whose pottery works were the first to p…
Industrial Revolution
The transformation of the economy, the environment, and livin…
agricultural revolution
The transformation of farming that resulted in the eighteenth…
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World History, Chapter 22- Life in the Industrial Age
Michael Faraday
Thomas Edison
Bessemer process
Henry Ford
English chemist who invented the dynamo
developer of the first usable and practical light bulb; inven…
steel-making process which made steel both stronger and cheaper
developer of mass-production factory methods; produced afford…
Michael Faraday
English chemist who invented the dynamo
Thomas Edison
developer of the first usable and practical light bulb; inven…
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CHAPTER 22.3 (INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION)
capitalism
commercial capitalism
industrial capitalism
interchangeable parts
an economic system in which individuals or corporations contr…
when capitalist merchants bought and sold their goods
when capitalists become more involved in producing and manufa…
parts that are identical in structure and can be easily repla…
capitalism
an economic system in which individuals or corporations contr…
commercial capitalism
when capitalist merchants bought and sold their goods
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CHAPTER 22.4 (INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION)
Adam Smith
Free enterprise
Thomas Malthus
David Ricardo
A Scottish economist who is considered the founder of classic…
People should be free to run any business they want (for thei…
An Anglican clergyman who supported Smith and became a profes…
British economist whose idea about wages became known as the…
Adam Smith
A Scottish economist who is considered the founder of classic…
Free enterprise
People should be free to run any business they want (for thei…
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Chapter 22 industrial revolution review
Laissez-fair
Capitalism
Socialism
Marxism
economic policy of letting owners of industry and business se…
economic system based on private ownership and on the investm…
economic system in which factors of production are owned by t…
belief that human societies have been divided into warring cl…
Laissez-fair
economic policy of letting owners of industry and business se…
Capitalism
economic system based on private ownership and on the investm…
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Chapter 22 Industrial Revolution Terms
Proletariat
Factors of Production
Vulcanization
Commercial Capitalism
working class
necessary factors to produce goods ex: land, capital, labor
system that made rubber less sticky
bought and sold goods
Proletariat
working class
Factors of Production
necessary factors to produce goods ex: land, capital, labor
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AP World History Chapter 22: The Early Industrial Revolution, 1760-1851
Enclosure was
What new crop contributed to the agric…
The agricultural revolution was a chan…
In rural areas manufacture was carried…
restriction of common agricultural land.
The potato
the creation of a large class of landless farm laborers, weal…
merchants delivered raw materials to craftspeople and picked…
Enclosure was
restriction of common agricultural land.
What new crop contributed to the agric…
The potato
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