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  1. The Long Nineteenth Century: 1750-1900 Unit 5, AP World History

  2. Major Changes between 1450 and 1900 • View the maps pg. 343 and 507 in your textbook • What are the major changes that occur between the start of the Early Modern Period and the end of the Nineteenth Century? • What are the causes for such changes? • Based on these maps, what might be the main themes of the Long Nineteenth Century, 1750 -1900?

  3. Themes of the Long Nineteenth Century • Revolutions • Industrialization • Imperialism • Triggers for Change • Europe has trade advantage • Introduction of new technologies • Governments sponsor industrial growth • Focus on individual development • The Enlightenment

  4. The Big Changes of the 19th Century • Industrialization • New technologies (steam engine) • More efficient manufacturing • Improved agricultural conditions • Changes to work, family structures, status of women • Urbanization

  5. The Big Changes of the 19th Century • Political Revolutions • The Enlightenment • Decline of old colonial structures from 16th – 18th centuries • American Revolution • French Revolution and Napoleon • Haitian Revolution • Latin American Revolutions

  6. The Big Changes of the 19th Century • Imperialism • Worldwide empires controlled by Britain, France, Germany, Russia, and the United States • Political and economic imperialism • Main focus: Africa, Asia