By: Scott Parker Period: 5 The Industrial Revolution
Industrial Revolution Deﬁned• Define: The rapid development of industry in Britain in the late 18th and 19th centuries, brought about by the introduction of machinery.• The Industrial revolution happened between 1760 1830.• It begin in 1760.• In was in Britain, Western Europe, North America, Japan, and eventually the world.
Migration• Urbanization: the condition of being urbanized.• Cottage Industry: A business or manufacturing activity carried on in a persons home.• There was a migration of people from rural to urban during the Industrial Revolution.• People moved from farms to cities because of the economic problems. They needed better jobs.
Agricultural Revolution• It let there be more crops on one area and so that made the Industrial Revolution because they had to make a machine that would harvest these crops. Also it made it so that many other machines could be invented.• Crop Rotation is a type of growing were people grow multiple crops in the same area.
Textiles• Textiles was the first industry to BOOM!• It is a type of cloth fabric.• The cotton gin.• Eli Whitney invented the Cotton Gin.
Steam Engine• Thomas Savery invented the Steam Engine.• James Watt improved the Steam Engine.• It was invented in 1698.• It made travel and transportation of materials easier.
Bessemer Process• It was the first mass production for steel making.• The process was figured out by William Kelly, and is named by Henry Bessemer.• It made it easier to make steel.
Pasteurization• He was a French chemist who came up with pasteurization.• Pasteurization made it so people could drink milk and wine without getting diseases or sick.
Thomas Edison • He invented the Phonograph, light bulb, and motion picture camera. • Anything that wont sell, I dont want to invent. Its sale is proof of utility, and utility is success.Thomas A. Edison
Romanticism• It was a revolt against aristocratic social and political norms of the Age of Enlightenment.• during the Industrial Revolution people started inventing and thinking of new ideas and stopped believing in the Enlightenment Thinkers ideas.• Thomas Chatterton, Konstantin Batyushkov