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Euro Chapter 17-18
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Commercial Revolution 592 e
A period in Europe from the 13th to 18th century which featured greater economic expansion and mercantilism.
Agricultural Revolution 547 a
A period in Europe from the 18th to 19th century which featured increased crop productivity.
Cottage Industry 565 e
A business that takes place inside someone's home.
Lady Mary Montagu 578 e
1689-1762. An English woman in the upper class known for promoting the inoculation against smallpox.
Enclosure Movement 568 e
18th century. Smaller farms were bought out by wealthy farmers.
Vaccines 587 e
A small amount of a disease used to build immunity for the body.
Edward Jenner 584 e
Developed a vaccine for smallpox in 1796
Carnival 587 e
Chatholic celebration that lasts a few days before lent. People relieve stress through drinking, dancing, and throwing parties.
Pietism 596 r
Protestant revival movement, 18th century Germany and Scandinavia. Warm and emotional religion, stressing priesthood of believers.
John Wesley/ Methodists 596 r
Started by John Wesley, Protestant who were known for being very methodical.
Midwives 582 e
Woman who would deliver babies and treat other feminine issues. Apprenticed for many years and used more by mid lower classes
Philippe Pinel 589 s
In 1795 Pinel assumed the responsibility for the mental patients at l'Hôpital de la Salpêtrière, where he continued his policy of nonrestraint and brought about many significant and far-reaching reforms in the care and treatment of mental patients. Humane treatment under the watchful eye of trained and compassionate personnel in the institution made possible the recovery of many otherwise doomed patients. Pinel also introduced the practice of keeping case histories, which proved a valuable source of information in later efforts to understand insanity.
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