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Scientific Revolution Industrial

(1500's) Revolution
(1750-1850)
(Social and
Three Revolutions Economic)
(Political)
• Glorious
• American
• French
Enlightenment
Thinking
(1715-1800)

Agricultural
Revolution
(1600-1800)
(Social)
Industrial Map of Britain Coal and Iron
Revolution goes here were needed.
(1750-1850) They were
found near
cities

Inventions that helped


the industry
Textile Industry
1.
Clothing Cities grew rapidly
2.
Cotton (Enclosure
3.
Movement and
4.
Urbanization)
5.

Raw Materials Overseas Imperialism


were needed Empires
formed
Cities that grew
Factories, Mines
rapidly: London,
and Mills
Manchester and
Liverpool

Working Conditions
1.

2.
City Problems
1. 3.

2. 4.

3. 5.

4.
Social and
5. Industrial
Reform
Social and Theories of Thinking
Industrial
Reform
1.
Adam Smith
Free Market 2.

1.

John Stuart Mill 2.


Utilitarianism

1.
Socialism
Robert 2.
Owen
Karl Marx
1.
Communism
Communist
Manifesto 2.
The World of Cities

1871 Louis Pasteur


Pasteurization

1846 William Morton Invention


Medicine and Developed Anesthesia
Population

Florence Nightengale
Cleaner Hospitals
• Suburbs grew
Joseph Lister • Paved Streets
How antiseptics work Life in the • Skyscrapers
cities • New Trans

• Cramped
Slums conditions
Cultural Aspect of the • Crime and
time period Drugs
Sewing Machine
I.M. Singer

Practical Light Airplane


bulb and Wright Brother
Phonograph -
Thomas Edison

Inexpensive
Telephone Automobile
Alexander Assembly Line
Graham Bell Henry Ford

Other Inventions
Radio Skyscraper
Guglielmo Coca Cola
Marconi Zipper
Motion Picture
Fountain Pen
Plastics
Telegraph
Typewriter Inventions
Christopher
Sholes
Working Social Reform
Conditions 1. Union Ideas
Movement From
2.

3.
1.

2.

3.
Gov't helps
Slave Trade

No Gov't Help

Success

Failure
Not big in
Europe
However big USA
in USA Civil War

1. Other European
Immigration Countries
2. Latin America
3. United States ***
Industrial Revolution - Corporations

Investors Money Cola, Oil and Gas Companies


Needed

Cartels - Large
corporations
Corporations
that fix prices
Formed -
Companies that are
owned by many
investors Need Money Need Raw
for Expansion Materials

Sell Stock Problems for Union Movement


to Investors Corporations and Government
Reforms

Immigration
Benefits for Corporations and Middle
Stock prices can Class
go up or down
Cultural Aspects Romanticism William Wordsworth
William Blake
Victor Hugo

John Constable
Charles Dickens Ludwig van
Harriet Beecher Stowe Beethoven

Realism

Gustave Gouibert

Henrik Ibsen
Aspect of the Arts during
the Industrial Revolution

Impressionism

Claude Monet/ Edgar Degas

Post- Impressionism Vincent Van Gogh / Paul Gauguin

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