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  • Industrial Revolution

    1. 1. The Industrial Revolution
    2. 2. The Industrial Revolution By: Laurann Fowler
    3. 3. The Industrial RevolutionThe Industrial Revolution was a period of time in which manyadvances and changes were made in agriculture, textile and metalmanufacture, transportation, economic policies and social structure.The Industrial Revolution started in Britain, and took place fromaround 1760 to 1850.The Industrial Revolution not only affected Great Britain, but alsoEngland, Germany, the United States and France.
    4. 4. The Industrial RevolutionThe Industrial Revolution was a period of time in which manyadvances and changes were made in agriculture, textile and metalmanufacture, transportation, economic policies and social structure.The Industrial Revolution started in Britain, and took place fromaround 1760 to 1850.The Industrial Revolution not only affected Great Britain, but alsoEngland, Germany, the United States and France.
    5. 5. MigrationUrbanization is the process in whichcities are created and society isindustrialized.The cottage industry is a small-scaleindustry usually run out of a home. Acottage industry is run by a family usingonly their own equipment.There was a migration of people fromrural to urban during the IndustrialRevolution.People moved from farms to cities duringthe industrial revolution to be closer tofactories and industries.
    6. 6. MigrationUrbanization is the process in whichcities are created and society isindustrialized.The cottage industry is a small-scaleindustry usually run out of a home. Acottage industry is run by a family usingonly their own equipment.There was a migration of people fromrural to urban during the IndustrialRevolution.People moved from farms to cities duringthe industrial revolution to be closer tofactories and industries.
    7. 7. Agricultural RevolutionThe Agricultural Revolution was a period of time in which many agriculturaldevelopments were made. The Agricultural Revolution led to the IndustrialRevolution because it was the start of all advancements in both agriculture andtechnology. Advancements in agriculture led to machines and manufacturing whichled to cities and more advancements.The crop rotation method is when farmers grow different crops on the same area ofland at different times of the year. Crop rotation is a method of growing crops whichprevents pests and the build up of pathogens.
    8. 8. Agricultural RevolutionThe Agricultural Revolution was a period of time in which many agriculturaldevelopments were made. The Agricultural Revolution led to the IndustrialRevolution because it was the start of all advancements in both agriculture andtechnology. Advancements in agriculture led to machines and manufacturing whichled to cities and more advancements.The crop rotation method is when farmers grow different crops on the same area ofland at different times of the year. Crop rotation is a method of growing crops whichprevents pests and the build up of pathogens.
    9. 9. Agricultural RevolutionThe Agricultural Revolution was a period of time in which many agriculturaldevelopments were made. The Agricultural Revolution led to the IndustrialRevolution because it was the start of all advancements in both agriculture andtechnology. Advancements in agriculture led to machines and manufacturing whichled to cities and more advancements.The crop rotation method is when farmers grow different crops on the same area ofland at different times of the year. Crop rotation is a method of growing crops whichprevents pests and the build up of pathogens.
    10. 10. Agricultural RevolutionThe Agricultural Revolution was a period of time in which many agriculturaldevelopments were made. The Agricultural Revolution led to the IndustrialRevolution because it was the start of all advancements in both agriculture andtechnology. Advancements in agriculture led to machines and manufacturing whichled to cities and more advancements.The crop rotation method is when farmers grow different crops on the same area ofland at different times of the year. Crop rotation is a method of growing crops whichprevents pests and the build up of pathogens.
    11. 11. TextilesThe first commodity to hit in the Industrial Revolution was thedevelopment of textiles.Textiles are manufactured cloth products.The first invention that got the textile industry going was the “SpinningJenny.” This was a machine which was used to spin thread into cloth.The cotton gin was invented by Eli Whitney in 1793.
    12. 12. TextilesThe first commodity to hit in the Industrial Revolution was thedevelopment of textiles.Textiles are manufactured cloth products.The first invention that got the textile industry going was the “SpinningJenny.” This was a machine which was used to spin thread into cloth.The cotton gin was invented by Eli Whitney in 1793.
    13. 13. TextilesThe first commodity to hit in the Industrial Revolution was thedevelopment of textiles.Textiles are manufactured cloth products.The first invention that got the textile industry going was the “SpinningJenny.” This was a machine which was used to spin thread into cloth.The cotton gin was invented by Eli Whitney in 1793.
    14. 14. Steam EngineThe steam engine was inventedby Thomas Savery in 1698.However, the steam engine waslater much improved by JamesWatt.The steam engine is importantbecause it was a hugeadvancement during that timeperiod. The steam engine alsolead to more advancement,especially trains.
    15. 15. Steam EngineThe steam engine was inventedby Thomas Savery in 1698.However, the steam engine waslater much improved by JamesWatt.The steam engine is importantbecause it was a hugeadvancement during that timeperiod. The steam engine alsolead to more advancement,especially trains.
    16. 16. Bessemer Process The Bessemer Process is the industrial process of manufacturing steal from molten pig iron. The Bessemer process was created by Henry Bessemer. The process was important to the Industrial Revolution because steel was a capital product. It was used to make railroads and machines which were being quickly developed at this time.
    17. 17. Bessemer Process The Bessemer Process is the industrial process of manufacturing steal from molten pig iron. The Bessemer process was created by Henry Bessemer. The process was important to the Industrial Revolution because steel was a capital product. It was used to make railroads and machines which were being quickly developed at this time.
    18. 18. Bessemer Process The Bessemer Process is the industrial process of manufacturing steal from molten pig iron. The Bessemer process was created by Henry Bessemer. The process was important to the Industrial Revolution because steel was a capital product. It was used to make railroads and machines which were being quickly developed at this time.
    19. 19. Bessemer Process The Bessemer Process is the industrial process of manufacturing steal from molten pig iron. The Bessemer process was created by Henry Bessemer. The process was important to the Industrial Revolution because steel was a capital product. It was used to make railroads and machines which were being quickly developed at this time.
    20. 20. Bessemer Process The Bessemer Process is the industrial process of manufacturing steal from molten pig iron. The Bessemer process was created by Henry Bessemer. The process was important to the Industrial Revolution because steel was a capital product. It was used to make railroads and machines which were being quickly developed at this time.
    21. 21. PasteurizationLouis Pasteur was a French chemist and microbiologistwho is known for his studies of the cause and preventionof diseases. He was the inventor of pasteurization, whichis significant because it kills germs and prevented thespread of disease.
    22. 22. PasteurizationLouis Pasteur was a French chemist and microbiologistwho is known for his studies of the cause and preventionof diseases. He was the inventor of pasteurization, whichis significant because it kills germs and prevented thespread of disease.
    23. 23. Thomas EdisonThomas Edison was the inventor of the lightbulb, the phonograph and motion picture, alongwith many other things, and holds 1,093 patentsin his name. “Discontent is the first necessity of progress.” - Thomas Edison
    24. 24. Thomas EdisonThomas Edison was the inventor of the lightbulb, the phonograph and motion picture, alongwith many other things, and holds 1,093 patentsin his name. “Discontent is the first necessity of progress.” - Thomas Edison
    25. 25. Thomas EdisonThomas Edison was the inventor of the lightbulb, the phonograph and motion picture, alongwith many other things, and holds 1,093 patentsin his name. “Discontent is the first necessity of progress.” - Thomas Edison
    26. 26. Thomas EdisonThomas Edison was the inventor of the lightbulb, the phonograph and motion picture, alongwith many other things, and holds 1,093 patentsin his name. “Discontent is the first necessity of progress.” - Thomas Edison
    27. 27. Thomas EdisonThomas Edison was the inventor of the lightbulb, the phonograph and motion picture, alongwith many other things, and holds 1,093 patentsin his name. “Discontent is the first necessity of progress.” - Thomas Edison
    28. 28. Thomas EdisonThomas Edison was the inventor of the lightbulb, the phonograph and motion picture, alongwith many other things, and holds 1,093 patentsin his name. “Discontent is the first necessity of progress.” - Thomas Edison
    29. 29. Thomas EdisonThomas Edison was the inventor of the lightbulb, the phonograph and motion picture, alongwith many other things, and holds 1,093 patentsin his name. “Discontent is the first necessity of progress.” - Thomas Edison
    30. 30. Thomas EdisonThomas Edison was the inventor of the lightbulb, the phonograph and motion picture, alongwith many other things, and holds 1,093 patentsin his name. “Discontent is the first necessity of progress.” - Thomas Edison
    31. 31. Thomas EdisonThomas Edison was the inventor of the lightbulb, the phonograph and motion picture, alongwith many other things, and holds 1,093 patentsin his name. “Discontent is the first necessity of progress.” - Thomas Edison
    32. 32. RomanticismRomanticism was an artistic,intellectual and literary movement.It was a reaction to the IndustrialRevolution because it went againstaristocratic norms of the Age ofEnlightenment.Romantic authors included Mozartand Beethoven, along with manyothers.

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