Smokestacks and Spinning Jennys: Industrial Revolution
Read this book to learn how inventions like the spinning jenny, steam engine, and telegraph changed daily life. Find out how interchangeable parts changed the way goods are produced. Learn more about working conditions in factories and textile mills.
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