Industrial Revolution one word summary
Streams were very important to lives of the people that lived during the Industrial Revolution, they provided a way of living. Fast flowing streams were required as a source of power to create clothes. There were also soft water streams for washing the cotton. These streams help bring water to a wheel is called a watermill and that wheel helped to drive a mechanical process such as flour, production, metal shaping and creating clothes faster. Streams went through Great Britain and eventually spread to the United States.