Transcript of Industrial Revolution ABC's
Industrial Revoution Project! By Elizabeth Valoon and Holly Norris The Industrial Revolution happened in Great Britain in the 1780's. Changing agricultural practices, increases in food, capitol (money) and natural resources as well as supplies of trade markets contribulted to the start of the revulution. A Abolitionism-a movement to end slavery in the US. Post-elightenment, abolutionism spread because people realzied it violated the rights of man. Albert Einstein Albert Einstein was a scientist whos theories finished out the industrial revulution with new advances in the field of science rather than production of products. Austria Austria was one of the first countries to use steam engines in the Industrial Revolution. B British North America Acts A series of acts set up by the British government that lie at the core of the Canadian constitution. C Capital Congress of Vienna The Congress of Vienna is agroup of European embassadors that met to re-draw the boundary lines of the countries involved and solve other political issues. Conservatism Conservatism is a politial affiliation generally associated with traditional social views and values. In the US, conservatism is generally associated with the Republican party. D Dictatorship A dictatorship is a government ruled by one person with absolute power. E Entrepreneur The Industrial Revolution opened up many opportunities for entrepreneurs in that there were more ways to start a business and more tools and equipment to help move things along at a more profitable rate. interested in finding new business opportunities and new ways to make profits F Emancipation Emancipation was finally awarded to slaves in 1863. -the freedom of slaves Edmund Cartwright Edmund Cartwright invented the loom. Factory Acts The Factory Acts limited the hours women and children could work in factories, reducing the number of exhaustion-caused accidents in the workplace. Feminism Feminism is a series of movements to establish equal rights to women. Federalists Federalists are people who support an organized government, generally in the form of a written document like a constitution. G German Confederation A grouping of central European countries established by the Congress of Vienna Giuseppe Garibaldi Giuseppe Garibaldi was an Italian political and military figure who is now considered an Italian hero. H Hazardous The factories were extremely hazardous for women and children. I Industrial Capitalism Industrial Capitalism was an economic system based on industrial production J James Hargreaves James Hargreaves invented the spinning Jenny, a device that greatly reduced the ammount of time and work needed to produce yarn. James Watt James Watt was a German inventor who improved the steam engine. K Kaiser Kaiser is the German word for Emperor. Klemens von Metternich Klemens von Metternich was a German and Austrian political figure, most known for his oppinion of giving power to the people of countries rather than just the government. Karl Marx Karl Marx was a German philosopher and historian, among many things. He is most known for his Socialist vewpoints. L Liberalism Liberalism is a political philosophy based largely on Enlightenment principles; people should be free from government restraint Capital is money someone has all together in order to invest in a business. Louis Napoleon Bonaparte Known as Napoleon III, Louis was the president of the Second French Empire. Literacy -the ability to read and understand your natural language of speach. M Militarism Militarism is reliance on military strength. Dmitri Mendeleev Dmitri Mendeleev created the first version of the Periodic Table of Elements. N Natural Selection Natural Selection is the idea that some organisms are more adaptable to the environment than others; "survival of the fittest." Theorized by Charles Darwin. Nationalism Nationalism is having pride in your country. O Otto von Bismark A prominant leader in world affairs, Otto von Bismark was a Prime Minister in Prussia. Organic Evolution Organic Evolution is the process in which traits are gained or lost depending on necisarry adaptations. P Puddling Coke (from coal) is used to burn away impurities in crude iron to produce high quality iron (Henry Cort) Principal of Intervention With Principal of Intervention, great powers can send armies into countries with revolutions to restore their governments. Plebiscite Plebiscite is the popular vote. Q Quantity R Romanticism An intellectual movement (end of 18th century) in reaction to ideas of the Enlightenment; stressed feelings, emotion, and imagination as sources of knowing Realism People who rejected romanticism and sought to portray lower- and middle-class life as it actually was The inventions of new machinary like the cotton gin made the quantity of items produced in a set period of time sky rocket. S Socialism Socialism is a system in which society owns and controls some means of production. Secede -to withdraw T Thomas Edison invention of the light bulb by Thomas Edison in the United States introduced homes and cities to electric lights. Trade Union Soon after trade unions went on strike in Great Britain in the 1870's, workers in factories were organized into trade unions so they could use strikes to achieve reforms. U Universal Male Sufferage Universal male suffrage is when all adult men could vote. V Vienna As part of the compromise of 1867 between Autria and Hungary, Vienna became the capital of Austria. W WomenFull transcript
Women worked in factories alongside men and children, but were payed less than than men. X World War I World War I began in 1914, 150 years after the Industrial Revolution started in Great Britain. Xenophobia With new immigrants during the Industrial Revolution, some Americans might have developed xenophobia, or fear of foreigners. Y Z Yarn Yarn was used during the Industrial Revolution to make fabric and clothing and is still used today. Zeal Factory workers that go on strike are filled with zeal so they can get their reforms. The Industrial Revolution was full of advances in both technology and science, as well as many political reforms that changed the governement for both the better and the worse.