American Industrial Revolution By amanda Miller

A lot of pollution Sad face :(

The factories changed lives because it made things easier and cheaper then when they made it themselves.

It created jobs for people, but mostly women and children worked in the factories

The pollution made people sick and mostly women or children died from the air pollution and over 1,000 people died also.

There was air pollution and kids got very sick so they sometimes died or seriously hurt

The pollution took on grave importance. It unplanned industrial growth. It was an inefficient waist disposal and created water pollution. The air pollution step increased in illness.

I got my information from conserve-energy-future.com

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Created with images by suzettesuzette - "Playing Hospital" • Hans - "drift wood flotsam and jetsam garbage"

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