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Posted by Sara on Thursday, November 19, 2009 at 8:23pm.

My Chapter is focusing on Industrial Revolution, and these are my questions on them, all your help will be appreciated.

How did the textile industry lead to colonies?

The textile industry lead to colonies by economic development. Many people began to desire high quality, updated cloths, that the textile industry began to produce. There was rapid popultaion growth towards these cloths. Enclosure made it possible and profitable to maintain enormous herds of sheep. British wool could be harvested cheaply and turned into cloth in nearby communities. It was very high quality wool, and became in high demand.

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