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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…
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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…
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AP European History: Unit 6, Industrial Revolution
Roots of the Commercial Revolution
Price Revolution (1500-1700)
putting-out system
flying shuttle
1. Commercial Revolution... 2. Price Revolution... 3. Cottage Indus…
- inflation... - stimulated production as producers could get mo…
- production system widespread in 17th-century western Europe…
- 1733, John Kay... - enabled weaver to throw shuttle back and f…
Roots of the Commercial Revolution
1. Commercial Revolution... 2. Price Revolution... 3. Cottage Indus…
Price Revolution (1500-1700)
- inflation... - stimulated production as producers could get mo…
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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.
84 terms
AP World History Unit 6 Industrial Revolution
Industrialization
How did industrialization work?
what did coal replace as primary energ…
who was first to industrialize? why?
Process of transforming an agrarian, handcraft economy into m…
Used inanimate energy sources (coal and petroleum) in place o…
wood
Great Britain; abundant coal and iron ore in close proximity
Industrialization
Process of transforming an agrarian, handcraft economy into m…
How did industrialization work?
Used inanimate energy sources (coal and petroleum) in place o…
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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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Unit 6 Imperialism and the Industrial Revolution
steam power
urbanization
natural resources
industrialization
Energy source from running water and water vapor
The social process where cities become more populated and cen…
Materials like minerals, forests, fertile land, and water fro…
Process of changing from an agricultural economy to an econom…
steam power
Energy source from running water and water vapor
urbanization
The social process where cities become more populated and cen…
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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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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,…
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History Of Europe (Unit 6: Industrial Revolution)
Flying Shuttle
Spinning Jenny
Water Frame
Spinning Mule
Doubled the weaving capacity of an individual
Increased thread production by 8 times
Spinning machine powered by water wheel rather than human bei…
Combined spinning and weaving into one machine
Flying Shuttle
Doubled the weaving capacity of an individual
Spinning Jenny
Increased thread production by 8 times
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AP European History Unit 6: Industrial Revolution
Industrial Revolution
Cottage industry
Enclosure
Why England has industrial revolution
The use of hand power tools in England which causes scientifi…
Industry among families who take supplies from the rich and c…
The fencing off of public land, making agriculture private.
Employment is up, transportation evolved with rivers, canals,…
Industrial Revolution
The use of hand power tools in England which causes scientifi…
Cottage industry
Industry among families who take supplies from the rich and c…
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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Unit 6 Industrial Revolution
Charles Townshend
factory
turnpike
urbanization
the lord who encouraged farmers to grow turnips in order to r…
buildings that brought together workers and machines to produ…
private roads built by entrepreneurs that capitalists investe…
the movement of people to cities
Charles Townshend
the lord who encouraged farmers to grow turnips in order to r…
factory
buildings that brought together workers and machines to produ…
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U.S. History Unit 6: The Industrial Revolution
Entrepeneurship
The Railroad
Andrew Carnegie
J.P. Morgan
A risk factor that initiates and supervises production, while…
In an effort to make economic mobilization more efficient dur…
A Scottish-born American industrialist and philanthropist who…
Banker who buys out Carnegie Steel and renames it to U.S. Ste…
Entrepeneurship
A risk factor that initiates and supervises production, while…
The Railroad
In an effort to make economic mobilization more efficient dur…
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History- Unit 6: Industrial Revolution and Reform
Education Reform
Spinning Jenny/Looms
Cotton Gin
Interchangeable Parts
Led by Horace Mann
Created by Hargreaves and Lowell
Eli Whitney
Eli Whitney
Education Reform
Led by Horace Mann
Spinning Jenny/Looms
Created by Hargreaves and Lowell
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Industrial Revolution Unit 6
Little Big Horn
Sitting Bull
Chief Joseph
Geronimo
General Custer and his men were wiped out by a coalition of S…
A chief of the Sioux;took up arms against settlers in the nor…
Leader of Nez Perce. Fled with his tribe to Canada instead of…
Apache chieftain who raided the white settlers in the Southwe…
Little Big Horn
General Custer and his men were wiped out by a coalition of S…
Sitting Bull
A chief of the Sioux;took up arms against settlers in the nor…
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unit 6: industrial revolution
capitalism
upside of capitalism
downside of capitalism
communism
economic system where a country's farms, factories, and busin…
-based on competition, profits, and self interest... -and indivi…
-unemployments, poverty, class conflict, economic depressions
economic system where a country's farms, factories, and busin…
capitalism
economic system where a country's farms, factories, and busin…
upside of capitalism
-based on competition, profits, and self interest... -and indivi…
Unit 6 industrial revolution
Homestead act
Labor unions
Capitalism
Assembly line
1862 - Provided free land in the West to anyone willing to se…
An organization formed by workers to strive for better wages…
An economic system based on private ownership of capital
In a factory, an arrangement where a product is moved from wo…
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…
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Unit.6 Industrial Revolution
Where did the Industrial Revolution be…
Rising middle classes demanded more po…
Manufacturing shifted from homes to fa…
Creation of new social classes of capi…
Great Britain
Political
Economic
Social
Where did the Industrial Revolution be…
Great Britain
Rising middle classes demanded more po…
Political
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Unit 6: Industrial Revolution
what was the industrial revolution?
advances in agriculture that made the…
how did advances in agriculture make t…
where did the industrial revolution ta…
a revolution that greatly increased output of machine made go…
-larger fields... -seed drill... -crop rotation... -advances in breeding
people needed to spend less time acquiring food, could spend…
in England because there was a larger population, abundant na…
what was the industrial revolution?
a revolution that greatly increased output of machine made go…
advances in agriculture that made the…
-larger fields... -seed drill... -crop rotation... -advances in breeding
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SS Unit 6 Industrial Revolution
Agricultural Revolution
Crop Rotation
Enclosure Movement
Textile
A time when new inventions such as the seed drill and the ste…
The practice of rotating use of different fields from crop to…
The 18th century privatization of common lands in England, wh…
A fabric made by weaving, used in making clothing.... Textiles a…
Agricultural Revolution
A time when new inventions such as the seed drill and the ste…
Crop Rotation
The practice of rotating use of different fields from crop to…
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Unit 6: Industrial Revolution
HomeStead
Labor unions
Capitalism
Assembly-line
US government gives 160 acres of land for $10
Workers from groups to protect their rights
To make as much money as possible
Mass production of goods
HomeStead
US government gives 160 acres of land for $10
Labor unions
Workers from groups to protect their rights
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Unit 6 Industrial Revolution
Homestead Act
Labor Unions
Capitalism
Assembly Line
the U.S. Gov. gives 160 acres of land for $10. Had to live th…
workers form a group to protect labor unions
to make as much money as possible
mass production of goods, (one person does one job)
Homestead Act
the U.S. Gov. gives 160 acres of land for $10. Had to live th…
Labor Unions
workers form a group to protect labor unions
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Unit 6 industrial revolution
Agricultural Revolution
Enclosure movement
Jethro Tull
Dutch Four Crop Rotation
Started in Great Britain, from mid 1700s to 1800s - when tran…
The process of making common land into private land owned by…
Invented the seed drill, a horse drawn carriage that drilled…
Replaced the three crop rotation system, legumes and root veg…
Agricultural Revolution
Started in Great Britain, from mid 1700s to 1800s - when tran…
Enclosure movement
The process of making common land into private land owned by…
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Unit 6: Industrial Revolution & Imperialism
Industrial Revolution
Factors of Production
British Textile Industry
Steam Engine
Period during the mid 1700's of increased production of machi…
land (natural resources, raw materials), labor (workers), cap…
First British industry to industrialize/be revolutionized by…
Created by James Watt; used coal to heat water to boiling to…
Industrial Revolution
Period during the mid 1700's of increased production of machi…
Factors of Production
land (natural resources, raw materials), labor (workers), cap…
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Unit 6 Industrial Revolution
Homestead Act
Labor unions
Capitalism
Assembly line
The US gov gives 160 acres of land for 10 $
Workers form groups to protect their rights
To make as much money as possible
In a factory, an arrangement where a product is moved from wo…
Homestead Act
The US gov gives 160 acres of land for 10 $
Labor unions
Workers form groups to protect their rights
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Unit 6 Industrial Revolution
Homestead Act
Labor Unions
Capitalism
Assembly Line
Passed in 1862, it gave 160 acres of public land to any settl…
An organization formed by workers to strive for better wages…
An economic system based on private ownership of capital
Manufacturing process in which each worker does one specializ…
Homestead Act
Passed in 1862, it gave 160 acres of public land to any settl…
Labor Unions
An organization formed by workers to strive for better wages…
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Unit 6 Industrial Revolution
Economic Theory
Mercantilism
Capitalism
Socialism
A reaction to industrialization
17th century, prosperity of Nation= large amount of gold and…
18th century, means of production privately owned, supply and…
Government owns the major means of production, 19th century
Economic Theory
A reaction to industrialization
Mercantilism
17th century, prosperity of Nation= large amount of gold and…
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Unit 6: Industrial Revolution
Raw Materials
Manufactured Goods
Industrialization
Second Agricultural Revolution
Materials made from nature. Naturally occurring substances us…
Man made products made from raw materials.
Using self powered machines to make manufactured goods.
The Enclosure Movement, combined with advances in farm techno…
Raw Materials
Materials made from nature. Naturally occurring substances us…
Manufactured Goods
Man made products made from raw materials.
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Unit 6 The Industrial Revolution
Industrial Revolution
Jethro Tull
Crop rotation
Robert Bakewell
the greatly increased output of machine-made goods that began…
invented seed drill in 1701
plant different thing each year (but rotating the order)
increased his mutton
Industrial Revolution
the greatly increased output of machine-made goods that began…
Jethro Tull
invented seed drill in 1701
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Unit 6: The Industrial Revolution
Raw Materials
Manufactured Goods
Industrialization
The Second Agricultural Revolution
Resources utilized for manufacturing. It is based on how the…
Anything made from raw materials using human labor.
making manufactured goods with self-powered machines.
The Enclosure Movement combined with advancements in farm tec…
Raw Materials
Resources utilized for manufacturing. It is based on how the…
Manufactured Goods
Anything made from raw materials using human labor.
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Unit 6: The Industrial Revolution
Raw Materials
Manufactured Goods
Industrialization
The Second Agricultural Revolution
Resources utilized for manufacturing. It is based on how the…
Anything made from raw materials using human labor.
making manufactured goods with self-powered machines.
The Enclosure Movement combined with advancements in farm tec…
Raw Materials
Resources utilized for manufacturing. It is based on how the…
Manufactured Goods
Anything made from raw materials using human labor.
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Unit 6: The Industrial Revolution
where did the IR begin?
why did it begin there?
what did britain have
uk colonial empire had 1/4 of the worl…
england
agriculture
a central bank
trade
where did the IR begin?
england
why did it begin there?
agriculture
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Unit 6: Industrial Revolution
1760-1820; Transition to new manufactu…
Female workers who came to work for th…
Dad of American Industrial revolution
US businessman; instrumental in the br…
Industrial Revolution
Lowell Mill
Samual Slater
Francis Cabot Lowell
1760-1820; Transition to new manufactu…
Industrial Revolution
Female workers who came to work for th…
Lowell Mill
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unit 6 industrial revolution
what is the industrial revolution
where does the industrial revolution b…
what are enclosures
what did enclosures allow
used machines to mas produce things
1700s in England
large farm fields enclosed by a fence or bushes
experimentation with agriculture
what is the industrial revolution
used machines to mas produce things
where does the industrial revolution b…
1700s in England
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Unit 6 Industrial Revolution
Why did Industrialization begin 1st in…
Who was the father of the factory syst…
What was the fist form of industry?
What industry kick started the IR?
1) Agricultural revolution... -Enclosure movement (enclosed plot…
Richard Arkwright
cottage industry
textile industry- factory system
Why did Industrialization begin 1st in…
1) Agricultural revolution... -Enclosure movement (enclosed plot…
Who was the father of the factory syst…
Richard Arkwright
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Unit 6: Industrial Revolution & Imperialism
Capitalism
Communism
Urbanization
Agricultural Revolution
An economic system based on private property and free enterpr…
A political and economic system where factors of production a…
the growth of cities and the migration of people into them
A time when new inventions such as the seed drill and the ste…
Capitalism
An economic system based on private property and free enterpr…
Communism
A political and economic system where factors of production a…
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Unit 6: Industrial Revolution & Reform Study Guide (History)
What are three factors that led to Ear…
How did the War of 1812 promote the ri…
Eli Whitney's introduction of intercha…
How did the development of the factory…
Labor, Money, transportation systems
Cut off of trade with Britain forced Americans to make their…
Workers could assemble machines more quickly
Workers moved closer to manufacturing centers
What are three factors that led to Ear…
Labor, Money, transportation systems
How did the War of 1812 promote the ri…
Cut off of trade with Britain forced Americans to make their…
Unit 6 Industrial revolution & imperialism review world history
what triggered the industrial revolution
what were some of the enclosure develo…
what was the result of the agricultura…
what is industrialization
changes in agriculture
seed drill(Jethro Tull), idea of crop rotation, selective bre…
agricultural output skyrocketed, supporting population explos…
the process of developing machine production of goods
what triggered the industrial revolution
changes in agriculture
what were some of the enclosure develo…
seed drill(Jethro Tull), idea of crop rotation, selective bre…
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Unit 6 The Industrial Revolution
Agricultural Revolution
Energy revolution
Advances in Transportation and communi…
Increased Productivity
led to increased food production, population explosion
water wheel, then steam engine, then internal combustion engine
train, car, airplane, morse code, phone, computer, etc
led to lower prices, increased demand
Agricultural Revolution
led to increased food production, population explosion
Energy revolution
water wheel, then steam engine, then internal combustion engine
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Unit 6: Industrial Revolution Vocab
Homestead Act
Labor Unions
Capitalism
Assembly Line
1862 - Provided free land in the West to anyone willing to se…
An organization formed by workers to strive for better wages…
To make as much money as possible
In a factory, an arrangement where a product is moved from wo…
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…
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Unit 6 Westward Expansion & Industrial Revolution RNJH
Year of the Louisiana Purchase
Year of the Mexican Cession/Treaty of…
What FOUR factors led to westward expa…
What does annex mean?
1803
1848
1. Population growth in the eastern states 2. Availability of…
Adding a territory or state to a country
Year of the Louisiana Purchase
1803
Year of the Mexican Cession/Treaty of…
1848
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Social Studies Unit 6 - The Industrial Revolution
Agricultural Revolution
Crop Rotation
Enclosure Movement
Textile
A time when new inventions such as the seed drill and the ste…
The practice of rotating use of different fields from crop to…
The transference from having the commons, where anyone could…
Cloth, usually made by weaving... "While the women were skilled…
Agricultural Revolution
A time when new inventions such as the seed drill and the ste…
Crop Rotation
The practice of rotating use of different fields from crop to…
20 terms
Unit 6 vocabulary(Industrial Revolution)
Homestead act
Labor unions
Capitalismm
Assembly line
Us government gives 160 acres of land for $10.00
Workers from a group to protect their rights
Makes as much money as possible (USA)
Mass production of goods
Homestead act
Us government gives 160 acres of land for $10.00
Labor unions
Workers from a group to protect their rights
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Industrial Revolution Vocab: Unit 6
Homestead act
Labor unions
Capitalism
Assembly line
1862 - Provided free land in the West to anyone willing to se…
An organization formed by workers to strive for better wages…
An economic system based on private ownership of capital
In a factory, an arrangement where a product is moved from wo…
Homestead act
1862 - Provided free land in the West to anyone willing to se…
Labor unions
An organization formed by workers to strive for better wages…
20 terms
Unit 6 vocab (industrial revolution)
Homestead act
Labor union
Capitalism
Assembly line
U.S. gives 160 acres of lnd for 10$ (had to live there for 5…
Workers formed groups to protect their rights
To make as much money as possible (U.S.A.)
Moss production of goods (1 person does 1 job)
Homestead act
U.S. gives 160 acres of lnd for 10$ (had to live there for 5…
Labor union
Workers formed groups to protect their rights
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Unit 6: Industrial Revolution and Communism
Capital
Enterprises
Entreprenuers
Cottage System/Putting-Out System
Money used to invest in enterprises
A business organization in an area such as shipping, mining,…
Those who managed and assumed the financial risks of starting…
Raw cotton was distributed to peasant families who spun it in…
Capital
Money used to invest in enterprises
Enterprises
A business organization in an area such as shipping, mining,…
67 terms
Unit 6- industrial and social Revolution
Industrial revolution
Spinning jenny
Water frame
James Hargreaves
(1780-1850) a term first coined in the 1830s to describe the…
A simple, inexpensive, hand-powered spinning machine created…
A spinning machine created by Richard Arkwright that had a ca…
Gifted carpenter and jack-of-all-trades invented the cotton-s…
Industrial revolution
(1780-1850) a term first coined in the 1830s to describe the…
Spinning jenny
A simple, inexpensive, hand-powered spinning machine created…
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Hags unit 6: Industrial revolution
Homestead act
Labor unions
Capitalism
Assembly lines
The u.s. Government gives 160 acres of land for $10
Workers form a group to protect workers rights
Make as much money as possible
Mass production of goods (1 person=1 job)
Homestead act
The u.s. Government gives 160 acres of land for $10
Labor unions
Workers form a group to protect workers rights
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