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To prove that Mill Hills present day industries were more diversified than they were in the past, I went to Mill Hill and was given a base map, and from this we visited 28 industrial sites

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To prove that Mill Hill's present day industries were more diversified than they were in the past, I went to Mill Hill and was given a base map, and from this we visited 28 industrial sites in Mil Hill and recorded the name of the firm and what activity went on in the industrial site. If the site was one of the larger industrial sites, we would have then sub-divided it into firms. We had to research the industries in the Mill Hill area of the past and present so we were involved on a field trip to Mill Hill. ...read more.

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Thereafter for 1895 we found the firms and what industrial activity took place from the trade directory. Following that we transferred the data of the 11 sites onto a table, 10 consisted of textile mills and 1 of Brick and Tile Manufacture, due to there being many textile mills it was decided to split them in to 3 categories: Weaving, Spinning and Spinning and Weaving. To assemble all the data on 2004 we were given a base industrial site map and located them, before visiting Mill Hill we highlighted the sites, thereafter we took the map to Mill Hill and worked as group. ...read more.

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On returning to school we decided on the industrial category which was relevant to the 2004 industrial data, we were then able to complete a data sheet showing all the details of the 2004 industrial sites data which we recorded. Following that we converted the data into 2 periods of time 1895 and 2004 pie charts so, we used the industrial categories by comparing the 2 pie graphs, 2 industrial tables and 2 maps. At that precise time we were able to make conclusions to prove that industries in 2004 are more diversified than they were in the past. ?? ?? ?? ?? Usman Bapu ...read more.

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