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Modern World: Industrial Revolution
dynamo
interchangeable parts
assembly line
stock
machine used to generate electricity
identical components that can be used in place of one another…
industrial production method that breaks down a complex job i…
shares in company
dynamo
machine used to generate electricity
interchangeable parts
identical components that can be used in place of one another…
24 terms
modern world industrial revolution
bessemer process
why was the Bessemer process important
interchangeable parts
how did entrepreneurs find a way to ma…
a process to purify iron ore and produce a nee substance, steel
because steel rapidly became the major material used in tools…
identical components that could be used in place of one another
owners sold stocks
bessemer process
a process to purify iron ore and produce a nee substance, steel
why was the Bessemer process important
because steel rapidly became the major material used in tools…
52 terms
modern world industrial revolution
agricultural revolution
factory system
industrialization
telegraph
A time when new inventions such as the seed drill and the ste…
Intensification of all of the processes of production at a si…
Development of a system which supports machine production of…
An Apparatus that's used electric signals to transmit messages
agricultural revolution
A time when new inventions such as the seed drill and the ste…
factory system
Intensification of all of the processes of production at a si…
31 terms
Modern world and Industrial Revolution
Modern World
Imperialism
Industrialisation
Urbanisation
Described as a period since about 1750. Covers a period of en…
Process of gaining control over other areas
A process where an economy transforms from agriculture to man…
Increase of numbers of people living in urban areas
Modern World
Described as a period since about 1750. Covers a period of en…
Imperialism
Process of gaining control over other areas
36 terms
Industrial Revolution: Modern World History
Capitalism
Subsistence Farming
Cottage Industry
Agricultural Revolution
Economic system where private citizens own the means of produ…
Growing just enough food to feed one's family
Manufacturing process completed inside somebody's home (on a…
Period when inventions and innovations led to massive increas…
Capitalism
Economic system where private citizens own the means of produ…
Subsistence Farming
Growing just enough food to feed one's family
29 terms
Industrial Revolution,Modern World History
Capitalism
Subsistence Farming
Cottage Industry
Agricultural Revolution
Economic system where private citizens own the means of produ…
Growing just enough food to feed one's family
Manufacturing process completed inside somebody's home (on a…
Period when inventions and innovations led to massive increas…
Capitalism
Economic system where private citizens own the means of produ…
Subsistence Farming
Growing just enough food to feed one's family
52 terms
Modern World- Industrial Revolution TEST
industrialization
Industrial Revolution
What are some ideas and inventions dur…
3 reasons for the Industrial Revolution
The development of industries for the machine production of g…
A period of time between 1750 and 1850 in which production sh…
ENCLOSURES: small farms turned into bigger farms... SEED DRILL:…
1. Improved farming... 2. Improved transportation... 3. Textile Rev…
industrialization
The development of industries for the machine production of g…
Industrial Revolution
A period of time between 1750 and 1850 in which production sh…
36 terms
Industrial Revolution, 10th Grade Modern World History
Capitalism
Subsistence Farming
Cottage Industry
Agricultural Revolution
Economic system where private citizens own the means of produ…
Growing just enough food to feed one's family
Manufacturing process completed inside somebody's home (on a…
Period when inventions and innovations led to massive increas…
Capitalism
Economic system where private citizens own the means of produ…
Subsistence Farming
Growing just enough food to feed one's family
91 terms
Modern World Midterm - Industrial Revolution
Industrial Revolution
Two Issues of IR
Great Divergence
IR advantages in England
Period at the end of the eighteenth century, mid part of the…
It was not planned, and the technology made was not revolutio…
Name for the period, before everyone was poor, but now the po…
Abundant sources of water, coal power, iron ore, rivers for t…
Industrial Revolution
Period at the end of the eighteenth century, mid part of the…
Two Issues of IR
It was not planned, and the technology made was not revolutio…
37 terms
Modern World History: The Industrial Revolution
Industrial Age
grew
Great Britain; rich in natural resourc…
entrepreneurs
a time period in which the world saw a shift from an economy…
in result of the improvements of the agricultural practices m…
what was the ideal place for the industrial revolution to beg…
wealthy investors who seeks new business opportunities to tur…
Industrial Age
a time period in which the world saw a shift from an economy…
grew
in result of the improvements of the agricultural practices m…
12 terms
Modern World History: Industrial Revolution
Industrialization
Land, labor and capital
Urbanization
"The Wealth of Nations"
A time period ranging from 1600- 1800's in which societies an…
3 Factors of production
Rapid growth of cities by factories.
Written by Adam Smith in 1776 explaining his capitalistic views
Industrialization
A time period ranging from 1600- 1800's in which societies an…
Land, labor and capital
3 Factors of production
20 terms
Modern World History: The Industrial Revolution
dynamo
assembly line
urbanization
farmhand
first electric-charged generator
a way to produce large amounts of products quickly in which e…
shifting from rural/farm life to more urban life
a person who worked on a farm
dynamo
first electric-charged generator
assembly line
a way to produce large amounts of products quickly in which e…
10 terms
Modern World History: Industrial Revolution
Which of the following helped British…
Which of the following became an impor…
Why was coal important to the Industri…
How were women treated during the Indu…
Improved farm machinery
The steam engine
It provided the fuel to produce iron.
Women worked 12 or more hours a day outside the house
Which of the following helped British…
Improved farm machinery
Which of the following became an impor…
The steam engine
19 terms
Modern World History: Chapter 25 Industrial Revolution
Industrial Revolution
crop rotation
industrialization
factors of production
A period of rapid growth in the use of machines in manufactur…
Large companies bought out little farms putting farmers out o…
Caused a shift from an economy based on farming to an economy…
The resources used to create wealth: land, labor, capital, en…
Industrial Revolution
A period of rapid growth in the use of machines in manufactur…
crop rotation
Large companies bought out little farms putting farmers out o…
24 terms
Modern World History Industrial Revolution
I) A)
I) B)
I) E)
II) A)
Political/Social Reaction
Revolutions: France's Lead
Ultimate Failure of Revolts
Agrarian Life
I) A)
Political/Social Reaction
I) B)
Revolutions: France's Lead
25 terms
Modern World History Industrial Revolution
Congress of Vienna
Capital
Entrepreneurs
Enclosure Movement
purpose was to restore the old order before Napoleon
wealth in the form of money or other assets owned by a person…
person who organizes a business by taking on greater than nor…
18th and 19th centuries to take land that had formerly been o…
Congress of Vienna
purpose was to restore the old order before Napoleon
Capital
wealth in the form of money or other assets owned by a person…
Modern World Industrial Revolution Test
Whats was the Industrial Revolution?
What did wealthy landowners due in the…
What were enclosures?
Who was Jethro Tull?
It refers to the greatly increased output of machine made goo…
Wealthy land owners began buying farmers' land across England…
Enclosures were larger fields enclosed by hedges or bushes in…
He saw usual seed sowing methods as wasteful so he solved thi…
Whats was the Industrial Revolution?
It refers to the greatly increased output of machine made goo…
What did wealthy landowners due in the…
Wealthy land owners began buying farmers' land across England…
36 terms
modern world history industrial revolution
James watt
Robert Fulton
Karl Marx
what is the congress of Vienna?
invented steam engine in 1782, used steam to power machines
invented the steamboat in 1808
started the idea of communism
meeting of European leaders which brought stability and secur…
James watt
invented steam engine in 1782, used steam to power machines
Robert Fulton
invented the steamboat in 1808
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INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION MODERN WORLD HISTORY TEST FLASHCARDS
Enclosure (historical definition)
Capital (historical definition)
Entrepeneurs (historical definition)
Cottage Industry (putting out system)…
________ is a system in which the land of many small farmers…
_______ is money that is invested by entrepenuers. _____ is w…
______ are people who invest money in enterprises. ______ hel…
What: A system where raw cotton was given to peasants, who ma…
Enclosure (historical definition)
________ is a system in which the land of many small farmers…
Capital (historical definition)
_______ is money that is invested by entrepenuers. _____ is w…
19 terms
Modern World History: Industrialization Revolution
Industrial Revolution
Entrepreneur
Industrialization
Factors of Production
The shift, starting in England in the 18th century, from hand…
A person who organizes, manages, and takes on the risk of bus…
Development of industries for the machine production of goods
The resources that are needed to produce goods and services
Industrial Revolution
The shift, starting in England in the 18th century, from hand…
Entrepreneur
A person who organizes, manages, and takes on the risk of bus…
40 terms
Modern World History Chapter 9; Industrial Revolution
Industrial Revolution
enclosures
crop rotation
industrialization
refers to the shift, beginning in England during the 18th cen…
fenced-in or hedged in fields created by wealthy British land…
the system of growing a different crop in a field each year t…
the development of industries for the machine production of g…
Industrial Revolution
refers to the shift, beginning in England during the 18th cen…
enclosures
fenced-in or hedged in fields created by wealthy British land…
42 terms
Modern World History Chapter 25 Industrial Revolution
Agricultral Revolution
Enclosure
Industrial Revolution
Jethro Tull
Improvements made in farming; wealthy landowners bought up land
Fields allows farmers to try new methods of farming
Greatly increased output of machine made goods that began in…
Invented the seed drill
Agricultral Revolution
Improvements made in farming; wealthy landowners bought up land
Enclosure
Fields allows farmers to try new methods of farming
44 terms
Modern World History Industrial Revolution Test
What four factors and conditions lead…
What was the result of improvements in…
Why was the central bank effective? (2)
What was the result of having ample su…
improvements in agricultural practices... effective central bank…
feed more people with less labor... -families could afford to bu…
number of individuals who were interested in profiting... -polit…
small country, transportation not a problem... -parliament provi…
What four factors and conditions lead…
improvements in agricultural practices... effective central bank…
What was the result of improvements in…
feed more people with less labor... -families could afford to bu…
36 terms
Modern World History CH 9 Industrial Revolution
Capitalism
Subsistence Farming
Cottage Industry
Agricultural Revolution
Economic system where private citizens own the means of produ…
Growing just enough food to feed one's family
Manufacturing process completed inside somebody's home (on a…
Period when inventions and innovations led to massive increas…
Capitalism
Economic system where private citizens own the means of produ…
Subsistence Farming
Growing just enough food to feed one's family
28 terms
Industrial Revolution Terms, 10th Grade Modern World History
Capitalism
Subsistence Farming
Cottage Industry
Agricultural Revolution
Economic system where private citizens own the means of produ…
Growing just enough food to feed one's family
Manufacturing process completed inside somebody's home (on a…
Period when inventions and innovations led to massive increas…
Capitalism
Economic system where private citizens own the means of produ…
Subsistence Farming
Growing just enough food to feed one's family
19 terms
Modern World History, Patterns of Interaction, Chapter 9; Industrial Revolution
Industrial Revolution
enclosures
crop rotation
industrialization
refers to the shift, beginning in England during the 18th cen…
fenced-in or hedged in fields created by wealthy British land…
the system of growing a different crop in a field each year t…
the development of industries for the machine production of g…
Industrial Revolution
refers to the shift, beginning in England during the 18th cen…
enclosures
fenced-in or hedged in fields created by wealthy British land…
50 terms
Modern World History: Quest (The industrial revolution)
What is the domestic system? Who uses…
What were supplementary jobs for farme…
What was the main source of work for t…
What was Britain a major producer for?
-Merchants use the domestic system... -Domestic system: process…
-glassblowing, iron working, and coal mining
Farming
-cotton textiles, steel, and other manufactured goods
What is the domestic system? Who uses…
-Merchants use the domestic system... -Domestic system: process…
What were supplementary jobs for farme…
-glassblowing, iron working, and coal mining
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INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION MODERN WORLD HISTORY TEST FLASHCARDS
Enclosure (historical definition)
Capital (historical definition)
Entrepeneurs (historical definition)
Cottage Industry (putting out system)…
________ is a system in which the land of many small farmers…
_______ is money that is invested by entrepenuers. _____ is w…
______ are people who invest money in enterprises. ______ hel…
What: A system where raw cotton was given to peasants, who ma…
Enclosure (historical definition)
________ is a system in which the land of many small farmers…
Capital (historical definition)
_______ is money that is invested by entrepenuers. _____ is w…
22 terms
A Modern World History Industrial Revolution Test
Factors that led to the Industrial Rev…
How did the Industrial Revolution impa…
What was the lasting legacy of the Ind…
Why was Britain the first country to e…
Agricultural Revolution - farmland expanded, transportation i…
- Enclosure laws left farmers and hand weavers bankrupt which…
- Population increased dramatically... - More efficient transpor…
Geology, geography, intellectual climate, wealth, economic sy…
Factors that led to the Industrial Rev…
Agricultural Revolution - farmland expanded, transportation i…
How did the Industrial Revolution impa…
- Enclosure laws left farmers and hand weavers bankrupt which…
27 terms
Modern World History Industrial Revolution Study Guide
Jethro Tull
Enclosures
Crop rotation
Factors of production
...
...
...
...
Jethro Tull
...
Enclosures
...
26 terms
Modern World History I: The Industrial Revolution
Industrial Revolution
Enclosure
Crop Rotation
Industrialization
The rapid development of industry using machinery that began…
Larger fields wealthy landowners enclosed with hedges or fenc…
The process of cycling through different crops in a given are…
The process of developing machine production of goods. This o…
Industrial Revolution
The rapid development of industry using machinery that began…
Enclosure
Larger fields wealthy landowners enclosed with hedges or fenc…
26 terms
Modern World History I: The Industrial Revolution
Industrial Revolution
Enclosure
Crop Rotation
Industrialization
The rapid development of industry using machinery that began…
Larger fields wealthy landowners enclosed with hedges or fenc…
The process of cycling through different crops in a given are…
The process of developing machine production of goods. This o…
Industrial Revolution
The rapid development of industry using machinery that began…
Enclosure
Larger fields wealthy landowners enclosed with hedges or fenc…
8 terms
Modern world history changes of industrial revolution
Urbanization
Rise of steel
Electrical power
Light bulb
Lead of rise to citizens
Led to surge of growth especially in railroads and skyscrapers
Replaced stem power in the late 1800s
Edison's light bulb illuminated cities and led to more night…
Urbanization
Lead of rise to citizens
Rise of steel
Led to surge of growth especially in railroads and skyscrapers
133 terms
Modern world history industrial revolution packet
Greatly increased output of machine ma…
Great changes in the methods of farmin…
Scientific farmer who invented the see…
Improvements on the medieval three-fie…
industrial revolution
agricultural revolution
Jethro Tull
crop rotation
Greatly increased output of machine ma…
industrial revolution
Great changes in the methods of farmin…
agricultural revolution
19 terms
Modern World History Chapter 25 Industrial Revolution
Nationalism & The Effects
Results of Revolutions in 1848
Camillo di Cavour
Toussaint L'Ouverture
-the belief that people's greatest loyalty should not be to a…
-reactions against conservatives ... -a few reforms... -most failed
-expanded Peidmont-Savine... -United northern Italy
-leader of Haiti revolution ... -seized control of Saint Domingue
Nationalism & The Effects
-the belief that people's greatest loyalty should not be to a…
Results of Revolutions in 1848
-reactions against conservatives ... -a few reforms... -most failed
19 terms
Modern World History Chapter 25 Industrial Revolution
Nationalism & The Effects
Results of Revolutions in 1848
Camillo di Cavour
Toussaint L'Ouverture
-the belief that people's greatest loyalty should not be to a…
-reactions against conservatives ... -a few reforms... -most failed
-expanded Peidmont-Savine... -United northern Italy
-leader of Haiti revolution ... -seized control of Saint Domingue
Nationalism & The Effects
-the belief that people's greatest loyalty should not be to a…
Results of Revolutions in 1848
-reactions against conservatives ... -a few reforms... -most failed
56 terms
Modern World History Chapter 9; Industrial Revolution, Chapter 9 Industrial Revolution
Industrial Revolution
enclosures
crop rotation
industrialization
refers to the shift, beginning in England during the 18th cen…
fenced-in or hedged in fields created by wealthy British land…
the system of growing a different crop in a field each year t…
the development of industries for the machine production of g…
Industrial Revolution
refers to the shift, beginning in England during the 18th cen…
enclosures
fenced-in or hedged in fields created by wealthy British land…
24 terms
Modern World - Chapter 6:Industrial Revolution
What was the Industrial Revolution?
What sparked the Industrial Revolution?
Who Industrialized first?
Why was the textile Industry important?
Switch from man to machine
Invention of the steam engine
Great Britain
Created Jobs & was the first business to indutrialize
What was the Industrial Revolution?
Switch from man to machine
What sparked the Industrial Revolution?
Invention of the steam engine
66 terms
Honors Modern World History Industrial Revolution Review
Agricultural Revolution
Turnips
Clover
Open Field
period of improvement in agricultural production
suppressed weeds and provided food for cattle
high amounts of nitrogen replenish soil
cultivated lands independently and produced two crops yearly…
Agricultural Revolution
period of improvement in agricultural production
Turnips
suppressed weeds and provided food for cattle
36 terms
Industrial Revolution, 10th Grade Modern World History
Capitalism
Subsistence Farming
Cottage Industry
Agricultural Revolution
Economic system where private citizens own the means of produ…
Growing just enough food to feed one's family
Manufacturing process completed inside somebody's home (on a…
Period when inventions and innovations led to massive increas…
Capitalism
Economic system where private citizens own the means of produ…
Subsistence Farming
Growing just enough food to feed one's family
27 terms
Industrial Revolution, 10th Grade Modern World History
Capitalism
Subsistence Farming
Agricultural Revolution
Seed Drill
Economic system where private citizens own the means of produ…
Growing just enough food to feed one's family
Period when inventions and innovations led to massive increas…
Simple tool to accurately sow seeds in the ground
Capitalism
Economic system where private citizens own the means of produ…
Subsistence Farming
Growing just enough food to feed one's family
37 terms
Industrial Revolution, 10th Grade Modern World History
Capitalism
Subsistence Farming
Cottage Industry
Agricultural Revolution
Economic system where private citizens own the means of produ…
Growing just enough food to feed one's family
Manufacturing process completed inside somebody's home (on a…
Period when inventions and innovations led to massive increas…
Capitalism
Economic system where private citizens own the means of produ…
Subsistence Farming
Growing just enough food to feed one's family
24 terms
Modern world industrial revolution 25.1
The Industrial Revolution
enclosures
Jethro Tull
Seed Drill
refers to the greatly increased output of machine-made goods…
Large fields that had fencing around it owned by wealthy land…
saw that the usual way of sowing seed by scattering it across…
allowed farmers to sow seeds in well-spaced rows at specific…
The Industrial Revolution
refers to the greatly increased output of machine-made goods…
enclosures
Large fields that had fencing around it owned by wealthy land…
51 terms
Modern World Test 1: Industrial Revolution/Imperialism
Industrial Revolution
Factors of Production
Cotton gin
Steam Engine
Began middle 1700's, England, spike in machine produced goods
Britain has all of these: resources to produce goods and serv…
Invented in 1793, American cotton production go from 1.5 mill…
Idea created by James Watt in 1765, first successful trip in…
Industrial Revolution
Began middle 1700's, England, spike in machine produced goods
Factors of Production
Britain has all of these: resources to produce goods and serv…
78 terms
INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION MODERN WORLD HISTORY TEST FLASHCARDS
Enclosure (historical definition)
Capital (historical definition)
Entrepeneurs (historical definition)
Cottage Industry (putting out system)…
________ is a system in which the land of many small farmers…
_______ is money that is invested by entrepenuers. _____ is w…
______ are people who invest money in enterprises. ______ hel…
What: A system where raw cotton was given to peasants, who ma…
Enclosure (historical definition)
________ is a system in which the land of many small farmers…
Capital (historical definition)
_______ is money that is invested by entrepenuers. _____ is w…
25 terms
Modern World History Industrial Revolution Test
Jethro Tull
Charles Darwin
Enclosure system
Urbanization
invents seed drill to not waste land; puts seeds in row
"survival of the fittest" created the idea of natural selection
made smaller farms into bigger farms
the movement of people into cities
Jethro Tull
invents seed drill to not waste land; puts seeds in row
Charles Darwin
"survival of the fittest" created the idea of natural selection
21 terms
Modern World History Test 2: Industrial Revolution
Enclosure Movement
Proletariat
James Hargreaves
Richard Arkwright
Forces people to the city
Landless working class (the majority)
spinning jenny
water frame, increases demand for cotton
Enclosure Movement
Forces people to the city
Proletariat
Landless working class (the majority)
19 terms
Modern World History Midterm(Industrial Revolution)
James Watt
Samuel Slater
Child Labor
factory life
invented the steam engine
He memorized the way that the British made machines and he br…
using children to work in factories and businesses
...
James Watt
invented the steam engine
Samuel Slater
He memorized the way that the British made machines and he br…
78 terms
INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION MODERN WORLD HISTORY TEST FLASHCARDS
Enclosure (historical definition)
Capital (historical definition)
Entrepeneurs (historical definition)
Cottage Industry (putting out system)…
________ is a system in which the land of many small farmers…
_______ is money that is invested by entrepenuers. _____ is w…
______ are people who invest money in enterprises. ______ hel…
What: A system where raw cotton was given to peasants, who ma…
Enclosure (historical definition)
________ is a system in which the land of many small farmers…
Capital (historical definition)
_______ is money that is invested by entrepenuers. _____ is w…
11 terms
Chapter 7 + 9 Industrial Revolution people modern world spratt
Alexander Graham Bell
Henry Bessemer
Charles Darwin
Thomas Edison
1876 - Invented the telephone.
(1813-1898) An English engineer who created the Bessemer proc…
Father of Evolution"... A naturalist... Sailed the waters of the Ga…
American inventor best known for inventing the electric light…
Alexander Graham Bell
1876 - Invented the telephone.
Henry Bessemer
(1813-1898) An English engineer who created the Bessemer proc…
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