The Industrial Revolution, 1750-1914

Further reading

Allen, R C 2006, The British Industrial Revolution in Global Perspective: How Commerce Created the Industrial Revolution and Modern Economic Growth, Oxford, Nuffield College.

Ashton, TS 1970, The Industrial Revolution 1760–1830, Oxford University Press, London.

Connolly, S 2003, Witness to History: The Industrial Revolution, Heinemann Library, Chicago.

Cranny, M 1998, Crossroads: A Meeting of Nations, Prentice Hall, Scarborough.

Gibson, W 2010, Britain: The Making of the Nation 1660–1851, Constable & Robinson, London.

Halsall, P Internet Modern History Sourcebook

Inglis, B 1971, Poverty and the Industrial Revolution, Hodder & Stoughton, London.

Jennings, H 1985, Pandaemonium: The Coming of the Machine as Seen by Contemporary Observers, Andre Deutsch, London.

Mason, JH 2003, The Value of Creativity: the Origins and Emergence of a Modern Belief, Ashgate, Burlington, Vermont.

Pickering, P 2011, ‘A Lesson Lost? Chartism and Australian Democracy’, Agora 46, no. 4,
pp. 4–10.

Pike, E. Roysten 1966, 'Hard Times': Human Documents of the Industrial Revolution, Praeger Publishers, New York.

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