Victorian Era Factories by: Carson watts

The emergence of factories led to people flocking to major urban areas only to get a small amount of money to support a large family.
The emergence of factories led to many agrarian laborers go to cities in search of jobs; Unaccustomed to regular work time, factories created a strict discipline to keep laborers on pace.
The emergence of factories led to factory owners taking advantage of families sending their kids to work.


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