Which of these statements describe life after the Agricultural revolution? Check all that apply
The correct answer is "People moved to cities to find work."
The Agricultural Revolution occurred in Great Britain between the middle of the 17th century and the end of the 19th century. This period saw a massive increase in agricultural production, due to the improvement of technology and growth methods. This led to a greater output of crops per acre of land but also a decrease in the agricultural labor force, which moved to the urban areas in order to work in the factories, which were growing and constantly needing personnel.
The statements which describe life after the Agricultural Revolution are as follows: most farmlands were controlled by the wealthy, people moved to the cities to find work, and land owners put enclosures around their lands. During Agricultural revolution in England, wealthy land owners bought up most of the lands that peasant village farmers were using, they build enclosures around the land and use the lands for agriculture using improved agricultural methods. During this period, food supplies increased, many inventions were madea and farmers who lose lands moved to cities to search for jobs
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