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How far does Quarry Bank Mill demonstrate the methods of factory production introduced during the Industrial Revolution?
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Investigation and Interpretation of Artefactual Remains (Industrial Archaeology)
The Industrial Revolution brought along extensive changes to the way goods were manufactured and the word 'industry' was given a new meaning. The reasons for these changes are simple yet complicated because of the factors of interpretation and then explanation of the evidence to prove certain facts.
This essay will describe the changes that occurred during the Industrial Revolution and how these changes coincided with the development of Quarry Bank Mill and its counterparts elsewhere. The actual aim of the essay is to discuss how far Quarry Bank Mill demonstrates the features of the Industrial Revolution during the early and later stages.
Before the Industrial Revolution there were no factories or similar systems where people sold their labour to work in large structures as a team. These were all a result of the initiation of greater minds that received new ideas about what the world should actually be like. These ideas created the basis for mass production in factories as opposed to the slow workings of the Domestic System where each individual family manufactured all goods in the home. Also, during the time of the Domestic System
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