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Virginia 1570-1650

Virginia 1570-1650

Virginia 1570-1650. Queen Elizabeth. Queen Elizabeth lacked the means to finance or govern an overseas colony Lacked men and ships for risky ventures far from England Crown subcontracted colonization by issuing licenses and monopolies to private adventurers

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The Agricultural Revolution in Europe

The Agricultural Revolution in Europe

The Agricultural Revolution in Europe. Before the Agricultural Rev. open-field system: greatest accomplishment of Medieval agriculture village agriculture; 1/3 to ½ of fields lay fallow. Common land: used by village for livestock – fields shared by peasants.

By chevelier
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The Motives for British Colonization

The Motives for British Colonization

The Motives for British Colonization. Religious Freedom, Economic Opportunity. The Protestant Reformation.

By ostinmannual
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Industrial revolution

Industrial revolution

Industrial revolution. 1780 – 1850 . OVERVIEW OF INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION . OVERVIEW . Machines began to replace significantly human and animal power in the production and manufacturing of goods

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The Industrial Revolution

The Industrial Revolution

The Industrial Revolution . Traditional Farming Methods. List all of the MACHINES in the picture. How many POWER SOURCES are in the picture? What SOCIAL CLASSES are represented here? Using the picture, write a sentence describing life before industrialization. Farming in the Middle Ages.

By ofira
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Industrial Revolution Vocabulary Review

Industrial Revolution Vocabulary Review

Industrial Revolution Vocabulary Review. Agricultural Revolution A time of rapid change brought about by new agricultural techniques (contour plowing, crop rotation, systematic fallowing), new farming inventions (seed drill, harvester,

By cyma
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AP EXAM REVIEW 1750 TO 1900

AP EXAM REVIEW 1750 TO 1900

AP EXAM REVIEW 1750 TO 1900. AGE OF REVOLUTIONS. Industrial Revolution (1700s-1900s). The movement began in 1700s England as production of goods were done as a mass scale using machines first powered by water and later coal.  England was a natural choice due to their

By gavril
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Chapter 10 Agriculture Review

Chapter 10 Agriculture Review

Chapter 10 Agriculture Review. Origins of Agriculture. What is Agriculture? Explain hunters and gathers Including today Explain Invention of Agriculture Vegetative Planting – Hearths Seed Agriculture – Hearths Process of domestication of animals.

By abeni
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Industrial Revolution

Industrial Revolution

Industrial Revolution. Historical Significance of the Industrial Revolution. An ancient Greek or Roman would have been just as comfortable in Europe in 1700 because daily life was not much different – agriculture and technology were not much changed in 2000+ years

By cael
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Life in the Industrial Age (1800–1914)

Life in the Industrial Age (1800–1914)

Honors World History. Chapter 12: Industrialization and Nationalism Curt, Bridget, Amy Leigh, Mark Andrew Q—13.4. Life in the Industrial Age (1800–1914). Age of Industry:. Chapter 12.1 Living From the Land. Introduction to industry.

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Topic 3: The Industrial Revolution

Topic 3: The Industrial Revolution

Topic 3: The Industrial Revolution. Date:_______ Page_____ Title: The Beginnings of Industrialization. Warm-Up: (1) Define: Industrial- (2) Define: Revolution- (3) Why do you think it is important to be industrialized?. Life Before the Industrial Revolution in England

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Quick Write:

Quick Write:

Quick Write: What is the difference between the left side of the picture and the right side of the picture? How might the inventions on the right side of the picture changed life for the society? If you were naming this piece, what would you title the drawing?.

By zared
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The Southern Colonies

The Southern Colonies

Chapter 3 Section 1. The Southern Colonies. The Southern Economy. Southern Economy Economy was based on commercial agriculture Based on cash crops t obacco, cotton, indigo, rice, etc. Led to the rise of plantations=large farms which required many laborers (live on the farm).

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America’s Origins

America’s Origins

America’s Origins. American History Honors Review Unit One Alan Maclachlan , PhD Mandeville High school Mandeville, Louisiana 2013. Section assessments;

By lang
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Chapter 12

Chapter 12

Chapter 12. The Industrial Revolution: The Transformation of Society The last part of the 18 Century (late 1700s) Through the 19 th Century (1800s) French Revolution (liberty and equality) Industrial Revolution (England, Europe and The USA).

By annona
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Industrial

Industrial

Industrial. Cathlyn Telebrico World History 4 th 01/04/2010. Revolution. (1750’s - ?). Agricultural. Revolution. (prior to industrial revolution). Enclosure Movement. Wealthy land owners closed off their owns lands to increase land holdings Benefits of the en cl osure movement –

By chaney
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Chapter 25 Section 1

Chapter 25 Section 1

Chapter 25 Section 1. The Industrial Revolution. The Industrial Revolution. Changed way lived & worked. From farming - manufacturing based econ. Cottage industry - Old Factories - New Key factors made Britain the ideal place for the IR to start. Agricultural practices in 18 th c

By hafwen
(115 views)

Industrial Revolution

Industrial Revolution

Industrial Revolution. What is an Industrial Revolution?. A country shifts from an agriculture based economy to a factory based economy. Switch from handmade goods made in the home/small shops to machine made goods made in factories  mass production

By berny
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The 19th century

The 19th century

The 19th century. Time for change. Economic change 1750 - 1850. Enclosure movement Revolution in agriculture Technological innovation and the Industrial revolution Textile industry Steam engine Iron production Canal building. Economic change 1750 - 1850. Railroads Factory system

By lee
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The Beginnings of Industrialization

The Beginnings of Industrialization

The Beginnings of Industrialization. The Industrial Revolution starts in England and soon spreads to other countries. The Agricultural Revolution . Wealthy f armers in Great Britain began to buy up smaller farm land Farmers begin to experiment with new ways to produce more crops.

By carrington
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