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Second Industrial Revolution
Closed the gap between industrial growth in England and on the continent and was associated with steel, chemicals, electricity, and oil
Replaced Leblanc process of alkali production, more recovery of chemical byproducts, increased production of sulfuric acid and laundry soap
most significant change for industry, most versatile and transportable energy source ever invented
"white-collar" workers of the lower middle class, included secretaries, retail clerks and lower-level bureaucrats
Originally built for trade exposition center which symbolized the impact of the middle class and steel
Basilica of the Sacred Heart
Built on Montmartre as an act of national penance for sins which led to losing the Franco-Prussian War
Built along the Thames, thick walls of concrete and granite housing sewers, gas, and water pipes
Public Health Act of 1848
British law which introduced new limits on private life for the sake of public health
Pasteur, Koch, Lister
Made discoveries leading to bacterial theory and increased cleanliness in cities
Married Woman's Property Act
British law which in 1882 allowed married women to own their own property
System of clothing production in which the manufacturer bought fabric and gave it to workers to tailor in their own homes or smaller sweatshops
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