"Necessity is the Mother of Invention" The Impact of the Industrial Revolution on the World
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Sixth graders trace the the origin of the Industrial Revolution in England to iits arrival in the United States. This ten lesson unit emphasizes the role played by the business barons and the impact on workers around the world.
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