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Chapter 6-Industrial Revolution
Alexander Graham Bell
Thomas Edison
Industrial Revolution
Bessemer Process
The man who invented the telephone.
Inventor of the light bulb and others related to the use of e…
The change from industry making things by hand at home to mak…
new process of manufacturing steel that allowed production to…
Alexander Graham Bell
The man who invented the telephone.
Thomas Edison
Inventor of the light bulb and others related to the use of e…
6 Industrial Revolution
Henry Bessemer
Alfred Nobel
Michael Faraday
dynamo
developed a new process for making steel from iron
invented dynamite; funded the Nobel prize
created the first simple electric motor
a machine that generates electrictiy
Henry Bessemer
developed a new process for making steel from iron
Alfred Nobel
invented dynamite; funded the Nobel prize
U6- Industrial Revolution
Industrial Revolution
Agricultural Revolution
Three factors of production
Textile Industry
Refers to the increased output of machine-made goods that sta…
Refers to the population growth, the increase in food supply…
land, labor and money
This was the first industry to undergo industrialization. Clo…
Industrial Revolution
Refers to the increased output of machine-made goods that sta…
Agricultural Revolution
Refers to the population growth, the increase in food supply…
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Industrial Revolution Grade 6
Petroleum
Patent
Business Cycle
Bessemer Steel Process
An oily flammable liquid.
A government giving the inventor right to make his or her inv…
The pattern of good and bad times in business.
This project cut the cost of steel, the nation's steel output…
Petroleum
An oily flammable liquid.
Patent
A government giving the inventor right to make his or her inv…
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Ch. 6- Industrial Revolution
Mass production
Trough
Great Britain
The three (textbook described) factors…
System of manufacturing a large number of identical goods.
Lowest point in the business cycle.
The Industrial Revolution began first in this country.
Land, Capital, Labor
Mass production
System of manufacturing a large number of identical goods.
Trough
Lowest point in the business cycle.
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Unit 6: The Industrial Revolution
Temperance Movement
Irish Immigrants
Cotton Gin
Interchangeable Parts
Goal of ending the consumption of alcohol.
The Irish immigrated into the United States because of a fail…
Allowed for a faster process to clean cotton by separating se…
Identical parts that allow for mass production techniques.
Temperance Movement
Goal of ending the consumption of alcohol.
Irish Immigrants
The Irish immigrated into the United States because of a fail…
6.02 The Industrial Revolution
Enclosure System
Agricultural Revolution
Textile industry
Flying Shuttle
the result of laws in Britain that fenced off, or enclosed, l…
A period of development in the 18th-19th centuries in which m…
The manufacture of goods such as clothing from different type…
The first step in speeding up the textile production process…
Enclosure System
the result of laws in Britain that fenced off, or enclosed, l…
Agricultural Revolution
A period of development in the 18th-19th centuries in which m…
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Unit 6: Industrial Revolution
Agricultural Revolution
Industrial Revolution
Reasons the Industrial Revolution bega…
Assembly Line
A time when new inventions such as the seed drill and the ste…
A series of improvements in industrial technology that transf…
Natural resources(coal+iron); transportation(rivers,seas); ma…
Production method that breaks down a complex job into a serie…
Agricultural Revolution
A time when new inventions such as the seed drill and the ste…
Industrial Revolution
A series of improvements in industrial technology that transf…
Era 6: Industrial Revolution
"Old" vs. "New" immigrants
Granger Laws
Cyrus McCormick
E. I. Du Pont
The old immigrants(from northern & western Europe) arrived be…
several states passed to set maximum prices charged by the ra…
inventor of a mechanical harvester
gunpowder manufacturing company operated by Thomas Coleman Du…
"Old" vs. "New" immigrants
The old immigrants(from northern & western Europe) arrived be…
Granger Laws
several states passed to set maximum prices charged by the ra…
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Industrial Revolution 6
Thomas Malthus
Adam Smith
Industrial Revolution
Factors of Production
British economist who believed that the population was get ou…
believed in the idea of a free economy/free markets. Wrote th…
the shift, beginning in England, from making goods by hand to…
the resources - including land, labor and capital that are ne…
Thomas Malthus
British economist who believed that the population was get ou…
Adam Smith
believed in the idea of a free economy/free markets. Wrote th…
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Ch. 6- Industrial Revolution
Great Britain
The three (textbook described) factors…
The fourth (not in book, but the one M…
Skilled Workers
The Industrial Revolution began first in this country.
Land, Capital, Labor
Entrepreneur
More likely to become unemployed as machines became more and…
Great Britain
The Industrial Revolution began first in this country.
The three (textbook described) factors…
Land, Capital, Labor
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Chapter 6 The Triumph of Industry (Second Industrial Revolution)
Bessemer Process
Innovation
Henry Ford
Industrialization
A way to manufacture steel quickly and cheaply by blasting ho…
An improvement of an existing technological product, system,…
Used the assembly line to make cheap automobiles but was bad…
The development of industries for the machine production of g…
Bessemer Process
A way to manufacture steel quickly and cheaply by blasting ho…
Innovation
An improvement of an existing technological product, system,…
Ch. 6- Industrial Revolution
Mass production
Trough
Great Britain
The three (textbook described) factors…
System of manufacturing a large number of identical goods.
Lowest point in the business cycle.
The Industrial Revolution began first in this country.
Land, Capital, Labor
Mass production
System of manufacturing a large number of identical goods.
Trough
Lowest point in the business cycle.
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Chp. 6--Industrial Revolution
Edwin Drake
Bessemer Process
Thomas Edison
Alexander Bell
The first person to drill an oil well near Titusville, Pennsy…
A way to manufacture steel quickly and cheaply by blasting ho…
American inventor best known for inventing the electric light…
invented the telephone, it opened the way for a world wide co…
Edwin Drake
The first person to drill an oil well near Titusville, Pennsy…
Bessemer Process
A way to manufacture steel quickly and cheaply by blasting ho…
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SS 6 Industrial Revolution
canals
mass production
Industrial Revolution
textile mills
Man-made waterway for shipping
manufacturing of large numbers of identical products quickly
a period of time in the late 1700's and early 1800's when new…
the factories where cloth is made
canals
Man-made waterway for shipping
mass production
manufacturing of large numbers of identical products quickly
Industrial Revolution - Set 6
Marie Curie
Edward Jenner
Gregor Mendel
Louis Pasteur
She helped to discover the radioactive elements.
He discovered a way to vaccinate people against "small pox".
He was first to describe and study genetics.
He discovered the bacteria can cause disease. Cleanliness is…
Marie Curie
She helped to discover the radioactive elements.
Edward Jenner
He discovered a way to vaccinate people against "small pox".
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Unit 6 Industrial Revolution
industrialization
mass production
profit
manufacture
The process in which a society or country (or world) transfor…
To produce many things at once, usually with machinery.
The money a business earns after all its expenses are paid.
To make goods.
industrialization
The process in which a society or country (or world) transfor…
mass production
To produce many things at once, usually with machinery.
Unit 6 industrial revolution
Factories
Industrialization
Steam engine
Urbanization
place in which workers and machines are brought together to p…
The development of industries for the machine production of g…
A machine that turns the energy released by burning fuel into…
An increase in the percentage and in the number of people liv…
Factories
place in which workers and machines are brought together to p…
Industrialization
The development of industries for the machine production of g…
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Chapter 6 Industrial Revolution
Robber baron
Corporation
John D Rockefeller
Andrew Carnegie
a business leader who became wealthy through dishonest methods
a business owned by investors who buy part of the company thr…
Dominated the oil industry
controlled the steel industry
Robber baron
a business leader who became wealthy through dishonest methods
Corporation
a business owned by investors who buy part of the company thr…
389 terms
Industrial Revolution
Ulysses S. Grant
Amnesty
Compromise of 1877
Rutherford B. Hayes
Great military leader whose presidency was mired in corruptio…
Complete and total forgiveness
Compromise that ended Reconstruction and was an end to the di…
Winner of the contested 1876 election who presided over the e…
Ulysses S. Grant
Great military leader whose presidency was mired in corruptio…
Amnesty
Complete and total forgiveness
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Period 6 [Industrial Revolution]
Rapid growth of the US economy
Industrial Revolution
Many Invention and Innovations
Increase and rise of Railroads
The rapid growth of the U.S. economy, averaging 4 percent a y…
Rapid economic transformation of American society ... Impacts t…
Large number of new inventions ... High rate of patents issued…
Result of land and loan subsidies given by the federal govern…
Rapid growth of the US economy
The rapid growth of the U.S. economy, averaging 4 percent a y…
Industrial Revolution
Rapid economic transformation of American society ... Impacts t…
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Unit 6: Industrial Revolution
Aristocrat
Capital
Capitalism
Colony
The nobility whose power to rule was hereditary and whose wea…
Money or wealth used in trade, in manufacturing, or any busin…
Economic system in which the means of production are privatel…
A group of people living in a new or overseas territory who r…
Aristocrat
The nobility whose power to rule was hereditary and whose wea…
Capital
Money or wealth used in trade, in manufacturing, or any busin…
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6 Industrial Revolution Inventors
jethro tull
charles townshend
robert bakewell
richard arkwright and john kay
seed drill
four field crop rotation system
new breeding techniques
spinning frame
jethro tull
seed drill
charles townshend
four field crop rotation system
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Unit 6: The Industrial Revolution
Agricultural Revolution
mass production
urbanization
crop rotation
a period of technological improvement and increased crop prod…
the manufacture of large quantities of standardized products,…
a population shift from rural to urban areas... Urbanization is…
the practice of growing different crops in succession on the…
Agricultural Revolution
a period of technological improvement and increased crop prod…
mass production
the manufacture of large quantities of standardized products,…
Industrial revolution (6)
He was a composer. The 1812 overture i…
He was a composer. The fith symphony i…
He was one of the men who proved the "…
He discovered a way to vaccinate peopl…
Peter Tchaikovsky
Ludwig Von Beethoven
Robert Hooke
Edward Jenner
He was a composer. The 1812 overture i…
Peter Tchaikovsky
He was a composer. The fith symphony i…
Ludwig Von Beethoven
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Unit 6- The Industrial Revolution
Edmund Cartwright
James Hargreaves
Richard Arkwright
Karl Marx
invented power loom
invented spinning jenny
invented water frame
one leader of radical socialism
Edmund Cartwright
invented power loom
James Hargreaves
invented spinning jenny
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Industrial Revolution ch. 6
Alfred Nobel
Michael Faraday
Thomas Edison
Nikolaus Otto
invented dynamite
first simple electric motor and dynamo
first electric light bulb
gasoline powered internal combustion engine
Alfred Nobel
invented dynamite
Michael Faraday
first simple electric motor and dynamo
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6. industrial revolution terms
Industrial Revolution
agricultural revolution
cotton industry
Richard Arkwright/water frame
transition to new manufacturing processes in the period from…
The time when human beings first domesticated plants and anim…
this took the first major step towards the industrial revolut…
The water frame is the name given to a water-powered spinning…
Industrial Revolution
transition to new manufacturing processes in the period from…
agricultural revolution
The time when human beings first domesticated plants and anim…
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6 industrial revolution
Homestead act
Labor unions
Assembly line
Assimilation
1862 - Provided free land in the West to anyone willing to se…
An organization formed by workers to strive for better wages…
In a factory, an arrangement where a product is moved from wo…
Adopting the traits of another culture. Often happens over ti…
Homestead act
1862 - Provided free land in the West to anyone willing to se…
Labor unions
An organization formed by workers to strive for better wages…
U6- Industrial Revolution
Industrial Revolution
Agricultural Revolution
Three factors of production
Textile Industry
Refers to the increased output of machine-made goods that sta…
Refers to the population growth, the increase in food supply…
land, labor and money
This was the first industry to undergo industrialization. Clo…
Industrial Revolution
Refers to the increased output of machine-made goods that sta…
Agricultural Revolution
Refers to the population growth, the increase in food supply…
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KC 6 French Revolution & Industrial Revolution
Radical
Conservative
Moderate
1st Estate
A left wing person who favors a political philosophy of chang…
A right wing person who resists change and holds to tradition…
Person whose views are between conservative and liberal and m…
1% of France's population, consisted of the Roman Catholic Ch…
Radical
A left wing person who favors a political philosophy of chang…
Conservative
A right wing person who resists change and holds to tradition…
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U6- Industrial Revolution
Industrial Revolution
Agricultural Revolution
Three factors of production
Textile Industry
Refers to the increased output of machine-made goods that sta…
Refers to the population growth, the increase in food supply…
land, labor and money
This was the first industry to undergo industrialization. Clo…
Industrial Revolution
Refers to the increased output of machine-made goods that sta…
Agricultural Revolution
Refers to the population growth, the increase in food supply…
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Chp. 6--Industrial Revolution
Edwin Drake
Bessemer Process
Thomas Edison
Alexander Bell
The first person to drill an oil well near Titusville, Pennsy…
A way to manufacture steel quickly and cheaply by blasting ho…
American inventor best known for inventing the electric light…
invented the telephone, it opened the way for a world wide co…
Edwin Drake
The first person to drill an oil well near Titusville, Pennsy…
Bessemer Process
A way to manufacture steel quickly and cheaply by blasting ho…
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Unit #6 Industrial Revolution
Industrial Revolution
Entrepreneur
Factors of Production
Railroads
the shift beginning in England during the 18th century, from…
a person who organizes, manages, and on the risks of business
the resources including land, labor, and capital, that are ne…
-the invention of of these spurred industrial growth
Industrial Revolution
the shift beginning in England during the 18th century, from…
Entrepreneur
a person who organizes, manages, and on the risks of business
Unit 6 Industrial Revolution
What things did the spinning jenny and…
Industrialism
Henry Bessemer
____laws allowed landowners to put up…
textiles
Machines are used to work
was responsible for processing iron
enclosure
What things did the spinning jenny and…
textiles
Industrialism
Machines are used to work
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6:02: Industrial Revolution
Textile Industry
Loom
Entrepreneur
Assembly Line
Maufature of good such as clothing from different types of fa…
Tool for weaving fabric
Person who risks capital (money or property) for a business v…
Manufacturing process in which workers complete specific task…
Textile Industry
Maufature of good such as clothing from different types of fa…
Loom
Tool for weaving fabric
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Industrial Revolution (6 and 7)
Corporation
Laissez-faire economics
Vertical Integration
Horizontal integration
Large business/organization that under the law has the rights…
French for "let people do as they choose", system that oppose…
Combination in one company of two or more stages of productio…
Company increasing production of goods/services at the same p…
Corporation
Large business/organization that under the law has the rights…
Laissez-faire economics
French for "let people do as they choose", system that oppose…
13 terms
Industrial Revolution
Industry
Textile
Labor
Laissez-faire
The processing of raw materials into goods for sale
A type of cloth or woven fabric
The effort people devote to tasks for which they are paid
A theory that the economy does better without government inte…
Industry
The processing of raw materials into goods for sale
Textile
A type of cloth or woven fabric
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The Industrial Revolution
invented
Industrial Revolution
goods
cotton gin
inventor... The British invented machines... to help them make cloth.
The British began to use the machines in ... factories. This was…
mercancias,... merchandise
a machine that helped cotton farmers. Before cotton gin, work…
invented
inventor... The British invented machines... to help them make cloth.
Industrial Revolution
The British began to use the machines in ... factories. This was…
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Chapter 5&6: Industrial Revolution
anesthetic
enclosure
James Watt
smelt
drug that prevents pain during surgery
the process of consolidating and taking over land formerly sh…
Scottish engineer; made improvements to engines (power source)
melt in order to get the pure metal away from its waste matter
anesthetic
drug that prevents pain during surgery
enclosure
the process of consolidating and taking over land formerly sh…
6 contributions to the Industrial Revolution
Agriculture
Population
Capital
Natural Rescorces
...
...
...
...
Agriculture
...
Population
...
Industrial Revolution
Agrarian Revolution
Enclosure Movement
Industrialization
Factors of Production
Revolution that caused changes in food production (fertilizer…
The process of consolidating small landholdings into a smalle…
Development of a system which supports machine production of…
Land, labor, and capital; the three groups of resources that…
Agrarian Revolution
Revolution that caused changes in food production (fertilizer…
Enclosure Movement
The process of consolidating small landholdings into a smalle…
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Chapter 5&6 The Industrial Revolution
Railroad Impacts
US Industry
corporation
Monopolies
Increased industrial growth, created jobs, boosted agricultur…
Began with textiles, then railroads, to big business corperat…
A business owned by stockholders who share in its profits but…
Corporations that gain complete control of the production of…
Railroad Impacts
Increased industrial growth, created jobs, boosted agricultur…
US Industry
Began with textiles, then railroads, to big business corperat…
Unit 6 Industrial Revolution
Homestead Act
Labor Unions
Capitalism
Assembly Line
US gov. gives 160 acres of land for $10
Workers form a group to protect their rights
Make as much $ as possible
mass production of goods
Homestead Act
US gov. gives 160 acres of land for $10
Labor Unions
Workers form a group to protect their rights
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Unit 6: Industrial Revolution
Industrial Revolution- 1st phase vs 2n…
Agricultural Revolution
Factors of Production
Enclosure movement
Was a shift from agrarian based economies to ones dominated b…
Was a huge increase in food production (more food by less far…
The necessary conditions for industrialization and economic s…
Rich farmers brought up common lands and fenced them off to c…
Industrial Revolution- 1st phase vs 2n…
Was a shift from agrarian based economies to ones dominated b…
Agricultural Revolution
Was a huge increase in food production (more food by less far…
UNIT 6: Industrial Revolution
Objective Knowledge and Subjective Vis…
...
Objective Knowledge and Subjective Vis…
...
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Unit 6 industrial revolution
Causes of the industrial revolution
Capitalism
Bourgeoisie
Proletariat
-tons of natural resources in England... -a growing population... -…
An economic system where businesses are privately owned by th…
The middle class rising to the upper class
Working and lower class
Causes of the industrial revolution
-tons of natural resources in England... -a growing population... -…
Capitalism
An economic system where businesses are privately owned by th…
Unit 6 industrial revolution
Homestead act
Labor unions
Capitalism
Assembly line
Us gov gives 160 acres for $10
Workers from group to protect rights
To make as much money as possible
Mass production of goods
Homestead act
Us gov gives 160 acres for $10
Labor unions
Workers from group to protect rights
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Unit 6 Industrial Revolution
Industrial Revolution
Causes of the Rev.
Agricultural Revolution
Factors of production
The shift from making goods by hand to making goods by machine
Landowners needed to do large amounts of work in fast amount…
Created new agricultural methods through machinery
The resources that are needed to produce goods
Industrial Revolution
The shift from making goods by hand to making goods by machine
Causes of the Rev.
Landowners needed to do large amounts of work in fast amount…
Lesson 6 Industrial Revolution
Laissez-faire
James Watt
Richard Arkwright
Division of Labor
The idea that government should refrain from interfering in e…
Scott who invented the condenser and other improvements that…
English inventor who became the wealthiest and most successfu…
Technique that breaks down a craft into many simple and repet…
Laissez-faire
The idea that government should refrain from interfering in e…
James Watt
Scott who invented the condenser and other improvements that…
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