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The is a period of economic transformation in Great Britain from the 1750s to the 1830s, characterized by the growth of authentic mlb jerseys a new system comprising factories, railroads, coal mining and business enterprises using new technologies that it sponsored. The new system operated first on textiles, then spread to other sectors and by the mid 19th century totally transformed the British economy and society, setting up sustained growth. It spread to parts of the United States and Europe and modernized the world economy. Although localized to certain parts of Britain (the London area was not included), its impact was felt worldwide on migration, trade, society, politics, cities, and countryside. The growth rate in the British GDP was 1.5% per year (1770 1815), doubling to 3.0% (1815 1831).[1]

An "industrial revolution" (uncapitalized) is the transition from an agrarian economy where the majority of the population is geared towards subsistence to an industrial economy with a greater focus on manufacturing. The (capitalized) is the name applied to the transition in Britain when the combination of mercantile activity supported by energetic inventors and entrepreneurs brought in new workers to harness the natural resources of coal, iron, and water power, thereby creating a manufacturing industry that was dominant in the world. Historians debate the dating of the . T. S. Ashton places it roughly between 1760 and 1830. In the early 20th century historians (such as Charles Beard) looking for the social forces they cheap nhl jerseys wholesale thought controlled history, emphasized industrialization and urbanization. These were forces unleashed by the industrial revolution.

In 1761, the Society for the Encouragement of Arts and Manufacturies offered a prize of 50 for a spinning machine that could turn fiber into yarn and replace the hand operated jersey wheel. Numerous inventors tried their hand; in 1768 Richard Arkwright (1732 92) employed John Kaye, a clockmaker from Warrington, to help build wooden models. In 1769 they invented the water frame, which passed the carded cotton between successive pairs of rollers, each pair in turn revolving with greater velocity, so that a great number of threads of any degree of fineness and hardness could be drawn. The spun thread was now strong cheap lebron james shoes enough to be used as warp. At first he relied on water power, but as the machinery grew more complex he turned to steam engines for power. Arkwright made a great fortune from his patents.

In 1751, Britain exported 46,000 of cotton cloth; by 1800 this had soared to 5.4 million and by 1861 to 46.8 million. The cloth made ray-ban outlet for cheaper and better quality clothing, and was in demand across Europe and the world.

The United States followed the British lead, using stolen blueprints and illegally immigrating engineers. Samuel Slater (1768 1835) of Rhode Island pulled American cotton spinning technology by constructing carding, drawing, and roving machinery, and by determining the operating and gearing ratios necessary to use water power.

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