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  • Industrial revolution

    1. 1. Industrial RevolutionBy: Connor Reid
    2. 2. Industrial RevolutionThe Industrial Revolution was a time from the 18thcentury to the 19th century where there wasagriculture and many other changes.Britain was the first and then Germany, USA,Japan and France went through this stage.
    3. 3. Industrial Revolution Urbanization is to became an urban character. A industry in were household wiveswould sew and other household things.There was a migration of people from rural to urban during the Industrial Revolution. Because almost everyone had a farm and they thought they would make more money.
    4. 4. Agricultural Revolution• Increased migration to cites and freed people from Ag labor.• Crop rotation is the practice of growing a series of kind of the same types of crops in the same area.
    5. 5. TextilesTextiles were the first commodity to boom in theRevolution.Textiles are the branch of an industry that makesclothesInventions that got the Textile industry booming werethe cotton gin, the loom, and the steam engine.The inventor of the steam engine was Thomas Savery.
    6. 6. Steam EngineAlthough Thomas Savory mayhave made the steam engine,James Watt made someimprovements to it.Was invented in 1775It was important then becauseit provided a well source ofpower to deliver the goods tofactories.
    7. 7. Bessemer ProcessWas a steelmaking process in which silicon, carbonand other impurities are removed from melted pig-ironby oxidation from a blast of air in a metal tilting object.Henry Bessemer came up with this idea.It made steel making cheaper.
    8. 8. PasteurizationLouis Paster was a French men who was amicrobiologist an a chemist.Louis invented pasteurization which killed bad bacteriain milk and made it safer to sell milk.
    9. 9. Thomas Edison Thomas Edison invented the light bulb, the kinetoscope, and the phonograph. He had 1,093 patents. “Discontent is the first necessity of progress.”-Thomas Edison
    10. 10. RomanticismWas a movement in theliterature and arts thewas originated aroundthe late 18th century.The Romanticmovement started outas a bad reaction to theFrench export ofEnlightenment theories.Mary Shelly andCharles Dickens.

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