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UNIT 2: Industrial Revolution
Cotton Gin
Power Loom
Steam Engine
Railroad
A machine for cleaning the seeds from cotton fibers, invented…
the invention of this meant that textile manufacturers could…
Created by James Watt; used coal to heat water to boiling to…
Were essential to westward expansion because they made it eas…
Cotton Gin
A machine for cleaning the seeds from cotton fibers, invented…
Power Loom
the invention of this meant that textile manufacturers could…
30 terms
Unit 2: Industrial Revolution
Reasons for Immigration
Ellis Island
Angel Island
Political Boss
New opportunities... Adventure... Religious freedom... Escape from opp…
Located on the NJ cost; used by immigrants from Europe
Located in San Francisco, CA; used by immigrants from Asia
Leader of a Political Machine; bribed immigrants to win votes…
Reasons for Immigration
New opportunities... Adventure... Religious freedom... Escape from opp…
Ellis Island
Located on the NJ cost; used by immigrants from Europe
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Unit 2: Industrial Revolution
Industrialist
Laissez-Faire
Social Darwinism
Captain of Industry
A person who owns a factory/ A Businessperson
The government will let businesses do what they want with no…
the idea of "survival of the fittest"
An industrialist who contributes positively to the country th…
Industrialist
A person who owns a factory/ A Businessperson
Laissez-Faire
The government will let businesses do what they want with no…
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Unit 2: Industrial Revolution
Agricultural Revolution
Industrial Revolution
implications
communism
An agricultural revolution or agrarian revolution is a period…
The Industrial Revolution was the transition to new manufactu…
possible results or effects of an action or a decision
a form of socialism advocated by Karl Marx. According to Marx…
Agricultural Revolution
An agricultural revolution or agrarian revolution is a period…
Industrial Revolution
The Industrial Revolution was the transition to new manufactu…
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Unit 2: Industrial Revolution
Agricultural Revolution
Industrial Revolution
implications
communism
An agricultural revolution or agrarian revolution is a period…
The Industrial Revolution was the transition to new manufactu…
possible results or effects of an action or a decision
a form of socialism advocated by Karl Marx. According to Marx…
Agricultural Revolution
An agricultural revolution or agrarian revolution is a period…
Industrial Revolution
The Industrial Revolution was the transition to new manufactu…
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Unit 2.5 Industrial Revolution
Industrial Revolution
Industrialization
Enclosure Movement
Agricultural Revolution
a period of rapid growth in the use of machine in manufacturi…
The process of changing to power-driven machinery
Process by which several landowners combined small fields to…
A significant change in agriculture that occurs when there ar…
Industrial Revolution
a period of rapid growth in the use of machine in manufacturi…
Industrialization
The process of changing to power-driven machinery
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Unit 2: The Industrial Revolution
The Industrial Revolution
Agrarian
Paid in kind
Industry
A series of changes in technology, trade, agriculture, and mi…
relating to the farming of land
When goods or services are used instead of money
Processing of raw materials and manufacture of goods in facto…
The Industrial Revolution
A series of changes in technology, trade, agriculture, and mi…
Agrarian
relating to the farming of land
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Unit 2: The Industrial Revolution
industrialization
mechanization
urbanization
revolutionary
(n) a system which supports machine production of goods; indu…
(n) combined labor of people and machines; mechanical (adj.)
(n) building cities and the movement of people to cities; urb…
(adj.) completely new and different, especially in a way that…
industrialization
(n) a system which supports machine production of goods; indu…
mechanization
(n) combined labor of people and machines; mechanical (adj.)
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Unit 2: Causes and Effects of the Industrial Revolution
Adam Smith
Bourgeoisie
Cause of the Agrarian Revolution
Cause of the Industrial Revolution
Wrote the wealth of nations in 1776, and argued that governme…
Upper middle class
1700's changed in agricultural society, seed drill, the enclo…
Agricultural Revolution, Britain had supply and money, Natura…
Adam Smith
Wrote the wealth of nations in 1776, and argued that governme…
Bourgeoisie
Upper middle class
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Unit 2.5 Industrial Revolution -MOD
Industrial Revolution
Industrialization
Agricultural Revolution
Cottage Industry
-began in the mid-1700s... -a time period of quick growth... -using…
The process of changing to machines that use power
-A significant change in farming (agriculture)... -There are dis…
A craft job performed in the home
Industrial Revolution
-began in the mid-1700s... -a time period of quick growth... -using…
Industrialization
The process of changing to machines that use power
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Unit 2 Industrial Revolution Flashcards
Industrialization
Triangle Shirtwaist Factory
Urbanization
Mass Production
The process by which an economy is transformed from primarily…
A factory in which a lot of woman mainly jewish and european…
The process of creating more city based societies. Cities wer…
The process of creating specific items faster and in greater…
Industrialization
The process by which an economy is transformed from primarily…
Triangle Shirtwaist Factory
A factory in which a lot of woman mainly jewish and european…
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(10th) Unit 2: Industrial Revolution
produce
manually
mechanized
manufacture
to make
by hand
made using an automated process, by machine
to make (by machine or factory process, usually)
produce
to make
manually
by hand
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Unit 2 ~ Industrial Revolution
enclosure
Industrial Revolution
factors of production
factory
large fields in which smaller farms consolidated
the increase of machine production in the 18th century
land, labor and capital (wealth)
large building where mass production takes place
enclosure
large fields in which smaller farms consolidated
Industrial Revolution
the increase of machine production in the 18th century
Unit 2: Industrial revolution
Socialism
Progressive era
Muckraker
Injunction
Public controls the means of production
A time of social and moral reform economic reform
US journalist and other riders exposing the corruption in pol…
Court orders for factories
Socialism
Public controls the means of production
Progressive era
A time of social and moral reform economic reform
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Unit 2: Industrial Revolution
The process of taking over and consoli…
a machine for separating cotton from i…
idea that the goal of society should b…
system in which the people as a whole…
enclosure movement
cotton gin
utilitarianism
Socialism
The process of taking over and consoli…
enclosure movement
a machine for separating cotton from i…
cotton gin
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Unit 2 Review: Westward Expansion and Industrial Revolution
Manifest Destiny
Louisiana Purchase
Lewis & Clark
Mandan Indians
the belief that Americans had a right and duty to spread thei…
land acquired from France that extended from the Mississippi…
Explorers who lead a journey of discovery to map out and lear…
Native people who helped Lewis and Clark on the Great Plains…
Manifest Destiny
the belief that Americans had a right and duty to spread thei…
Louisiana Purchase
land acquired from France that extended from the Mississippi…
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Unit 2 Industrial Revolution
New Immigrant
Old Immigrant
WASP
Reasons for Coming
Someone who came to the U.S. after 1885 and from southeast Eu…
Someone who came to the U.S. before 1885 and from northwest E…
White Anglo Saxon Protestant
Jobs, religious freedom, land
New Immigrant
Someone who came to the U.S. after 1885 and from southeast Eu…
Old Immigrant
Someone who came to the U.S. before 1885 and from northwest E…
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Unit 2: Industrial Revolution
Adam Smith
Assembly line
Bourgeoisie
Business cycle
Was the main figure in capitalist ideas, he wrote the "Wealth…
Was used in factories to speed up the production of goods, it…
The first class that controlled the economy/money and didn't…
Boom, bust, recession/depression, rebuilding — alternating pe…
Adam Smith
Was the main figure in capitalist ideas, he wrote the "Wealth…
Assembly line
Was used in factories to speed up the production of goods, it…
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Unit 2 - industrial revolution
Cornelius Vanderbilt
Middle class
Eli Whitney
Industrial revolution
Led to expansion of American railroad industry.
New class important to factory industry. Not rich factory own…
Built cotton gin
A change to power-driven machines in Britain 1700 - 1900
Cornelius Vanderbilt
Led to expansion of American railroad industry.
Middle class
New class important to factory industry. Not rich factory own…
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Unit 2- Industrial Revolution
3 causes of the industrial revolution
6 reasons why Great Britain led the wa…
4 effects of the industrial revolution
Life in the Cities (3)
coal and iron... new tecnology... labor supply
1) labor supply... 2) coal and iron resources... 3) entrepeneurs... 4)…
1) increased standards of living... 2) technological advances... 3)…
pollution... poor housing- tenanents... no electricity or water
3 causes of the industrial revolution
coal and iron... new tecnology... labor supply
6 reasons why Great Britain led the wa…
1) labor supply... 2) coal and iron resources... 3) entrepeneurs... 4)…
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unit 2 Industrial Revolution
abundance
accomplish
autonomous
ecosystem
(n) a lot of, or a great amount of, something
(v) to succesfully do something by making an effort
(adj.) independent
(n) a community and its abiotic, or nonliving environment
abundance
(n) a lot of, or a great amount of, something
accomplish
(v) to succesfully do something by making an effort
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Unit 2 Industrial Revolution
Union
Enclosures
Capital
Textile
Worker's organization
Process of taking over and fencing off public lands
Money available for investment
Fabric or cloth
Union
Worker's organization
Enclosures
Process of taking over and fencing off public lands
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Unit 2 Industrial Revolution
natural resources
Social Darwinism
Thomas Edison
Adam Smith
Coal and iron ore are two examples
This ideology attempted to justify laissez-faire economics an…
In addition to the kinetoscope, this inventor is credited wit…
In The Wealth of Nations, he argued for a capitalist economic…
natural resources
Coal and iron ore are two examples
Social Darwinism
This ideology attempted to justify laissez-faire economics an…
33 terms
Unit 2 Industrial Revolution
Turnpikes
first reason starting in britian
second reason starting in britian
third reason starting in britian
MacAdams Roads- speed up deliveries and carry heavy loads... -ro…
Government run by entrepreneurs.... A.nobles, gentry, burgesses…
Vast raw materials/ natural resources & markets due to the ​l…
The British merchant & naval fleet... A.large merchant fleet to…
Turnpikes
MacAdams Roads- speed up deliveries and carry heavy loads... -ro…
first reason starting in britian
Government run by entrepreneurs.... A.nobles, gentry, burgesses…
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Unit 2 Industrial Revolution
Industrialization
Why was Great Britain the first countr…
The agricultural changes in the 1600's…
The Four Factors of Production are
process of developing machine production of goods
Improved farming methods... Increased food supply... Drove food pri…
Improved farming methods... Increased food supply... Drove food pri…
Land... Labor... Capital... Entrepreneurship
Industrialization
process of developing machine production of goods
Why was Great Britain the first countr…
Improved farming methods... Increased food supply... Drove food pri…
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Unit 2: The industrial revolution
Industrial Revolution
Industrialization
Factors of production
Enclosure
A time in history (1700's) when factories and machines began…
The process of developing the ability to produce goods using…
The recourses needed for industrialization to occur. Include…
The process of fencing off and privatizing formally communall…
Industrial Revolution
A time in history (1700's) when factories and machines began…
Industrialization
The process of developing the ability to produce goods using…
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Innovators of the Industrial Revolution (Unit 2)
1764 James Hargreaves
1765 James Watt
1793 Eli Whitney
1807 Robert Fulton
Spinning Jenny
Steam Powered Engine
Cotton Gin
Steamboat
1764 James Hargreaves
Spinning Jenny
1765 James Watt
Steam Powered Engine
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Industrial Revolution Unit 2
Agricultural Revolution
England why it is an industrial leader…
textile industry
cotton gin
crop rotation, population growth
economic strength, geography, population growth, political st…
spinning jenny/ spinning wheel, cotton gin, factories rise, w…
eli whitney
Agricultural Revolution
crop rotation, population growth
England why it is an industrial leader…
economic strength, geography, population growth, political st…
Unit 2 Industrial Revolution
Enclosure
Domestic System
Canal
Rural
the consolidation of land, usually for the stated purpose of…
merchant-employers "put out" materials to rural producers who…
an artificial waterway constructed to allow the passage of bo…
farm land or the countryside
Enclosure
the consolidation of land, usually for the stated purpose of…
Domestic System
merchant-employers "put out" materials to rural producers who…
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Unit 2: Industrial Revolution
Industrial Revolution
Why Britain?
Enclosure movement
Crop rotation
A period of rapid growth in the use of machines in manufactur…
Edmund helped invent the power loom to improve the textile in…
the process of consolidating small landholdings into a smalle…
growing a different crop in a field each year to preserve the…
Industrial Revolution
A period of rapid growth in the use of machines in manufactur…
Why Britain?
Edmund helped invent the power loom to improve the textile in…
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Unit 2: Industrial Revolution
what led to the agricultural revolutio…
what was the enclosure movement and wh…
in what country did the industrial rev…
why did other places industrualize slo…
new advances in agriculture such as crop rotation, plat plata…
movenment in which land owners closed off public lands in ord…
began in england, it refers to greatly increased out-put of m…
some counties didnt have political stability and french revol…
what led to the agricultural revolutio…
new advances in agriculture such as crop rotation, plat plata…
what was the enclosure movement and wh…
movenment in which land owners closed off public lands in ord…
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Unit 2 Honors Industrial Revolution
Andrew Carnegie
Bessemer Process
Angel Island
Chinese Exclusion Acts
United States industrialist and philanthropist who endowed ed…
A process for making steel more efficiently
Inspection station for immigrants arriving on the West Coast
This banned immigration from this group of people for 10 year…
Andrew Carnegie
United States industrialist and philanthropist who endowed ed…
Bessemer Process
A process for making steel more efficiently
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unit 2 industrial revolution
why was the industrial revolution a bi…
what caused the industrial revolution?
socialism
capitalism
it created technology and new weapons which help them achieve…
Britain had a lot of natural resources, workers, wealth, and…
an economic system where the government owns and controls som…
an economic system based on trade. (good)
why was the industrial revolution a bi…
it created technology and new weapons which help them achieve…
what caused the industrial revolution?
Britain had a lot of natural resources, workers, wealth, and…
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Unit 2: Industrial Revolution
Why did Britain Industrialize First?
Coal
Steam Engine
Intellectual Freedom
-coal... -steam engine... -intellectual freedom... -legal and politica…
-small amounts needed compared to wood... -cheap shipping... -abund…
-used to pump mines
-people have the freedom to do science... -patoned products
Why did Britain Industrialize First?
-coal... -steam engine... -intellectual freedom... -legal and politica…
Coal
-small amounts needed compared to wood... -cheap shipping... -abund…
45 terms
Unit 2: The Industrial Revolution
Industralization
Samuel Slater
Eli Whitney
Interchangeable Parts
The move from producing goods by hand to producing them by ma…
-Was British... -Worked in an English textile mill... -Memorized th…
Invented the cotton gin ... -Could clean 50 lbs of cotton in the…
A system of manufacturing in which all parts are made to an e…
Industralization
The move from producing goods by hand to producing them by ma…
Samuel Slater
-Was British... -Worked in an English textile mill... -Memorized th…
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Unit 2: The Industrial Revolution
Industrial Revolution
Enclosure Acts
Entrepreneur
Factors of Production
The industrial revolution is the greatly increased output of…
It was England "enclosing" common land in the country that pe…
A person who organizes, manages, and takes on the risks of a…
The resources needed to produce goods and services that the i…
Industrial Revolution
The industrial revolution is the greatly increased output of…
Enclosure Acts
It was England "enclosing" common land in the country that pe…
38 terms
Unit 2: Industrial Revolution
What issue divided Marxist from Revisi…
What was the rebellious art movement c…
What were new themes authors were writ…
Who invented the spinning Jenny?
Marxist believed a violent revolution was needed and Revision…
Modernism
1. Role of women in society... 2. Alcoholism... 3. Urban slums
James Hargreaves
What issue divided Marxist from Revisi…
Marxist believed a violent revolution was needed and Revision…
What was the rebellious art movement c…
Modernism
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Unit 2 Industrial Revolution
[A] Why was rural life in pre-industri…
[B] Did the enclosure movement do more…
[B] The agricultural revolution was th…
[A] Why did Industrial Revolution star…
- Industries... - Everyday Life... - Political Power... STR: Open Fiel…
agree:... agricultural revolution... population growth... disagree:... ef…
important:... new farm machines... better nutrition... not important:…
natural resources... technological revolution... economic strength…
[A] Why was rural life in pre-industri…
- Industries... - Everyday Life... - Political Power... STR: Open Fiel…
[B] Did the enclosure movement do more…
agree:... agricultural revolution... population growth... disagree:... ef…
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Unit 2 Industrial Revolution
What kind of advantages did Britain ha…
How did Industrial revolutions in othe…
How did government provide help for in…
textile
ready supply of capital, natural resources, many markets
they borrowed from British techniques
funding inventors, roads, canals, and railroads
woven fabric or cloth
What kind of advantages did Britain ha…
ready supply of capital, natural resources, many markets
How did Industrial revolutions in othe…
they borrowed from British techniques
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unit 2 Industrial revolution words, terms
Industrial Revolution
Enclosure movement
Crop rotation & fallow
Industrialization
📻The Industrial Revolution refers to the greatly increased ou…
📻 Before private farmer used to own their land in Britain.... 📻B…
📻 You changes what you were growing every season so that you…
📻 Began in Britain.... 📻 The process of developing machine produ…
Industrial Revolution
📻The Industrial Revolution refers to the greatly increased ou…
Enclosure movement
📻 Before private farmer used to own their land in Britain.... 📻B…
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Unit 2: The Industrial Revolution
Name the areas that the Industrial Rev…
How did the Industrial Revolution begin?
From 1650-1850, how many people lived…
What percentage of the population by 1…
Manufacturing... Mining... Communication... Transportation... Social soci…
Population growth -> rise in consumer demand... ->allowed increa…
100 million to 266 million people
40%
Name the areas that the Industrial Rev…
Manufacturing... Mining... Communication... Transportation... Social soci…
How did the Industrial Revolution begin?
Population growth -> rise in consumer demand... ->allowed increa…
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US History Unit 2: Industrial Revolution
3 Factors of Industrial Boom
What eliminated competition in industry?
Sherman Antitrust Act
Interstate Commerce Act
The Oil boom, the Bessemer Steel Process and the power of ele…
Monopolies and trusts
The first Federal act that made monopolies (one company contr…
In 1847, established the right of the federal government to s…
3 Factors of Industrial Boom
The Oil boom, the Bessemer Steel Process and the power of ele…
What eliminated competition in industry?
Monopolies and trusts
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Unit 2 Second Industrial Revolution Terms
Planned Economy
Market Economy
William Chipley
inputs are based on direct allocation
-decisions regarding investment, production, and distribution…
Built two railroads through the panhandle of FL... -Served one t…
Planned Economy
inputs are based on direct allocation
Market Economy
-decisions regarding investment, production, and distribution…
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Unit 2: Industrial Revolution - Concepts
Industrial Revolution
Enclosure Movement
Crop rotation & fallow fields
Industrialization
Great increase in machine production that began in England in…
Large closed-in field for farming.... One of the fenced-in or h…
Planting a different crop in a different field each year.... Th…
Process of developing machine production of goods.... The devel…
Industrial Revolution
Great increase in machine production that began in England in…
Enclosure Movement
Large closed-in field for farming.... One of the fenced-in or h…
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Unit 2 Exam - Industrial Revolution
Economic model that promotes competiti…
Economic model that promotes equality,…
The term "Laissez-faire" means
The upper class can be identified as the
Capitalism
Socialism
The government should interfere as least as possible.
Citizens who owned the means of production, such as factories…
Economic model that promotes competiti…
Capitalism
Economic model that promotes equality,…
Socialism
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Unit 2 AH 2 Industrial Revolution
Andrew Carnegie
Bessemer Process
Angel Island
Chinese Exclusion Acts
United States industrialist and philanthropist who endowed ed…
A process for making steel more efficiently
Inspection station for immigrants arriving on the West Coast
This banned immigration from this group of people for 10 year…
Andrew Carnegie
United States industrialist and philanthropist who endowed ed…
Bessemer Process
A process for making steel more efficiently
46 terms
Unit 2 Review Sheet: Industrial Revolution and Imperialism
Define Imperialism
Describe "Factors of Production"
Result of the Enclosure Movement
Theory that made European Imperialism…
the takeover of a country by a stronger nation
land, labor, and capital
small farmers were forced to become tenants
Social Darwinism
Define Imperialism
the takeover of a country by a stronger nation
Describe "Factors of Production"
land, labor, and capital
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Unit 2.5 Industrial Revolution
Industrial Revolution
Industrialization
Enclosure Movement
Agricultural Revolution
a period of rapid growth in the use of machine in manufacturi…
The process of changing to power-driven machinery
Process by which several landowners combined small fields to…
A significant change in agriculture that occurs when there ar…
Industrial Revolution
a period of rapid growth in the use of machine in manufacturi…
Industrialization
The process of changing to power-driven machinery
16 terms
Unit 2 Industrial Revolution & Imigration
Hiram jonhson
Jacob Riis
Jane Addams
Upton sinclair
A governor and senator from CA who fought for reforms in the…
"How the other half lives" documentary urban poverty
Created a settlement house called "hull house" for poor imigr…
Wrore jungle that led to passage of meat inspection act
Hiram jonhson
A governor and senator from CA who fought for reforms in the…
Jacob Riis
"How the other half lives" documentary urban poverty
28 terms
MWH Unit 2 Industrial Revolution
Agricultural Revolution
Enclosures
Crop Rotation
Population Explosion
large landowners bought village land and improved farming
fenced in feilds created by landowners for new agricultural m…
growing different crops each year to preserve land and fertil…
food supply increased... living conditions improved... --> vast lab…
Agricultural Revolution
large landowners bought village land and improved farming
Enclosures
fenced in feilds created by landowners for new agricultural m…
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