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I am currently working on a project about the Age of Industry and I need some help with a poster. The requirements for the poster include completing a worksheet and adding MLA in-text citations for each image, including the URL for each image.

For the poster, I need to write an explanation of each social class and include six images based on each class (two images for each class: Upper, Middle, and Working Class). I need to identify the differences between each class and provide information that would help someone distinguish between them.

I am wondering if you would be available to help me with this project, specifically with identifying appropriate images and formatting the MLA in-text citations.

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The solution provides information, assistance and advise on the topic of social classes in the industrial revolution (making a poster featuring the social classes). Resources are listed for further exploration of the topic.

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Please see attached a suggested solution. The text is contained in the Word File as well as the PDF version. I suggest making the text shorter, especially if you want to focus on the images alone. With MLA citation though, the references had to be inserted in another page or, if you are submitting as a poster, You can double print on the paper and print in the back. All the best with your studies. You can use the listed resources to further explore the topic.

AE 105878/Xenia Jones
Social Classes in the Industrial Revolution (1760-1840):
-transition period from hand production to mass manufacturing by way of machines in factories/mechanization (National Geographic).

The Working Class: a great movement of people from rural areas into urban areas where the factories are took place in the industrial revolution. It is this class of people that worked in the factories, both adults and children. With health and safety absent, the working conditions were often harsh. As people flooded into the factories and mines, ...

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