The Industrial Revolution   By Destiny Anger
What is the Industrial            Revolution?❖   It was a time from the 18th to the 19th century where major    agricultur...
What is urbanization?❖   It’s the condition of being    urbanized.❖   A cottage industry a primarily    manufacturing indu...
Agricultural Revolution❖   The agricultural revolution was a time when there was an    increase in agricultural productivi...
Textiles❖   Textiles were the first    commodity to boom in    the industrial revolution.❖   Textiles are things such as   ...
Steam Engine❖   Thomas Newcomen invented the steam engine.❖   Invented in 1775❖   It was the first engine ever created, was...
Bessemer Process❖   The first inexpensive industrial process for the mass-    production of steel.❖   Henry Bessemer came u...
Pasteurization❖   Louis Pasteur invented pasteurization and    discovered the germ theory of disease.❖   Pasteurizations k...
Thomas Edison❖   Invented the light bulb, the phonograph, and microphone.❖   Over a thousand.               “Anything that...
Romanticism❖   Was an artistic, intellectual, and literal movement.❖   it gained strength in reaction to the industrial re...
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    1. 1. The Industrial Revolution By Destiny Anger
    2. 2. What is the Industrial Revolution?❖ It was a time from the 18th to the 19th century where major agricultural, manufacturing, mining, transportation, and technology changes occurred.❖ It began in Britain, but spread throughout Western Europe, North America and Japan.
    3. 3. What is urbanization?❖ It’s the condition of being urbanized.❖ A cottage industry a primarily manufacturing industry which includes many producers that work from their homes.❖ There was a migration of people from rural to urban during the Industrial Revolution.❖ People migrated from rural to urban because life in the city was easier, and all the jobs started popping up in the citites.
    4. 4. Agricultural Revolution❖ The agricultural revolution was a time when there was an increase in agricultural productivity, which in turn led to population growth, which meant more workers, and ultimately helped drive the industrial revolution.❖ Crop Rotation: When farmers rotate their crops so that the plants don’t use up all of the nutrients from the soil.
    5. 5. Textiles❖ Textiles were the first commodity to boom in the industrial revolution.❖ Textiles are things such as cloth or woven fabric.❖ Steam engines, the loom, and the cotton gin helped the textile industry boomed.❖ Eli Whitney invented the cotton gin.
    6. 6. Steam Engine❖ Thomas Newcomen invented the steam engine.❖ Invented in 1775❖ It was the first engine ever created, was faster than humans, and could make almost anything.❖ James Watt is credited with improving it.
    7. 7. Bessemer Process❖ The first inexpensive industrial process for the mass- production of steel.❖ Henry Bessemer came up with it.❖ It revolutionized steel manufacture by decreasing its cost and increasing its productivity.
    8. 8. Pasteurization❖ Louis Pasteur invented pasteurization and discovered the germ theory of disease.❖ Pasteurizations kills many bacteria that cause food to spoil or go bad, and it sterilizes foods and milk, making them last longer.
    9. 9. Thomas Edison❖ Invented the light bulb, the phonograph, and microphone.❖ Over a thousand. “Anything that wont sell, I don’t want to invent. Its sale is proof of utility, and utility is success.”
    10. 10. Romanticism❖ Was an artistic, intellectual, and literal movement.❖ it gained strength in reaction to the industrial revolution.❖ Some authors from the Romantic period include Emily Dickinson and Washington Irving.

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