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Department
History
Course
HIS236H5
Professor
Petrokas
Semester
Winter

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February 4, 2014 HIS 236 Tutorial Industrial Revolution (1750 – 1830) th -19 century -population boom -factories and industries -[division of wealth] begins to appear -division between established gentry and aristocrats (who may or may not be poor, but still own land) and the “new-money” rich factory owners who have money but not necessarily land -establishment of the middle class/working class -mass production & mass production connected to changeable parts -consumerism -free market -most people spend their days
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