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Life in the industrial age

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  • 1. Ch. 21
  • 2.  Great Britain leads the way In the West: Germany, France, United States followed In the East: Japan, Australia, New Zealand
  • 3.  Steel production- Henry Bessemer Dynamite- Alfred Nobel Electric motor and generator (dynamo)- Michael Faraday Light Bulb- Thomas Edison
  • 4.  Assembly Line production (used by Henry Ford) Automobiles- Nikolaus Otto, Karl Benz, Henry Ford Airplane- Orville and Wilbur Wright
  • 5.  Telegraph- Samuel Morse Telephone- Alexander Graham Bell Radio- Guglielmo Marconi
  • 6.  Stock Market Corporations Monopolies  German Alfred Krupp- steelmaking  American John Rockefeller- Oil
  • 7.  New medicine- less deaths- more people Louis Pasteur- germ theory Florence Nightingale- nurse  New sanitation in hospitals  Founded first nursing school
  • 8.  John Dalton- atom theory Charles Darwin- Origin of the Species  Natural selection  Survival of the fittest  Social Darwinism leads to racism