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When was the Industrial Revolution?

Select one of the following:

  • 1800-1900

  • 1700-1900

  • 1600-1800

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KNOW THIS! Major cities developed in Colonial Latin America: H, M C, L, S P, B A.

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Viceroys are:

Select one of the following:

  • pure blood born in Spain

  • pure blood born in a colony

  • not pure blood born in a colony

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Creoles are:

Select one of the following:

  • pure blood born in Spain

  • pure blood born in a colony

  • not pure blood born in a colony

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Mestizos are:

Select one of the following:

  • pure blood born in Spain

  • pure blood born in a colony

  • not pure blood born in a colony

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Toussaint L'Overture was:

Select one of the following:

  • slave in Haiti

  • favorite of masters, trusted, allowed to read

  • got people to rise - only successful overthrow

  • against the system

  • all of these

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Simon Bolivar was:

Select one of the following:

  • freed most of the south - chasing them out of America

  • freed Mexico - owned by Spanish

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Father Miguel Hidaglo was:

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  • freed most of the south - chased them out of America

  • freed Mexico - owned by Spanish

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James Watt invented the ( steam engine, cotton gin, process for making steel, spinning jenny, seed drill, pasteurization - discovered bacteria, vaccines ).

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Eli Whitney invented the ( cotton gin, steam engine, process for making steel, spinning jenny, seed drill, pasteurization - discovered bacteria, vaccines ).

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KNOW Henry Bessemer invented to ( process for making steel, steam engine, cotton gin, spinning jenny, seed drill, pasteurization - discovered bacteria, vaccines ).

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KNOW James Hargreaves invented the ( spinning jenny, steam engine, cotton gin, vaccines, pasteurization - discovered bacteria, process for making steel, seed drill ).

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Jethro Tull invented the ( seed drill, steam engine, cotton gin, pasteurization - discovered bacteria, vaccines, process for making steel, spinning jenny )

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KNOW Louis Pasteur invented the ( pasteurization, steam engine, cotton gin, seed drill, process of making steel, vaccines, spinning jenny ).

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KNOW Edward Jenner invented the ( vaccines, steam engine, cotton gin, spinning jenny, process of making steel, seed drill, pasteurization - discovered bacteria ).

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All of these impact Industrial Revolution. Which are the biggest TWO?

Select one or more of the following:

  • Pollution

  • Redistribution of populations

  • Cottages destroyed - landlords want less people, more pastures and livestock

  • Urbanization - people have to go somewhere!

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What was The Lowell Factory?

Select one or more of the following:

  • the "perfect textile factory"

  • girls only dorms

  • lessons, education, pay

  • girls sent because home needs boys to work on the farm

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Mine owners and factory owners controlled:

Select one or more of the following:

  • where workers shop

  • what tools workers use

  • how much tools cost

  • how much workers spend

  • cell phone reception

  • breeding habits of dogs

  • how much sand goes into the ocean

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Social effects of the Industrial Revolution:
1. Education expanded - saves money on training people if they are already educated
2. Great Britain outlaws slavery
3. Women and children enter work force
4. Fights to end child labor
5. Women want more equality
6. Fights for better working conditions
7. Strikes
8. Lobbying & collective bargaining - people fighting together for the same things

Select one of the following:

  • True
  • False

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KNOW Adam Smith's book about Capitalism is called .

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KNOW Book about Capitalism called "Wealth of Nations" was written by .

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KNOW Communist Manifesto was written by:

Select one or more of the following:

  • Karl Marx

  • Friedrich Engels

  • Mao Zedong

  • Joseph Stalin

  • Vladimir Lenin

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Socialism is ( based on deed, based on need ).

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Communism is ( based on need, based on deed ).

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Factory injuries - almost half of factory workers are injured.

Select one of the following:

  • True
  • False

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The Brutal Overlooker always watching the factory workers was called .

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Punishments by the Brutal Overlooker:

Select one or more of the following:

  • Hit with straps to work faster

  • Dunked in water for being late

  • Chained to machines for running away

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The argument of good vs bad factory life went back and forth, back and forth, over and over again. Example: In 1836 Lord Ashley surveyed doctors about health risks in working 10+ hours a day and found that over half agreed. However, during his speech he admitted not every doctor agreed 10+ was too much.

Select one of the following:

  • True
  • False

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Like in the movie Snow Piercer - Piercers are youngest children in factories who must repair broken threads. Very dangerous. Children considered expendable.

Select one of the following:

  • True
  • False

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Women had the right to vote during the Industrial Revolution.

Select one of the following:

  • True
  • False

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Dr. Walton testified that factory conditions were ( good, bad ).

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Dr. Ward testified that factory conditions were ( bad, good ).

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Journalist Edward Banes reported that factory conditions were ( good, bad ).

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Upton Sinclair's The Jungle reveals that horrible working conditions didn't just effect the , it also inadvertently effected the .

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Which president agreed with Upton Sinclair's conclusions in The Jungle?

Select one of the following:

  • President Theodore Roosevelt

  • President John Quincy Adams

  • President Herbert Hoover

  • President Abraham Lincoln

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Imperialism is domination of ( stronger, weaker ) country over ( weaker, stronger ) country.

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Suffrage is the right to .

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Imperialism let to many revolutions!

Select one or more of the following:

  • Medical revolution - Bacteria is everywhere!

  • Women's rights revolution - We want to vote!

  • Athenian revolution - We want democracy!

  • English revolution - Establish a commonwealth!

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The Industrial Revolution led to increased ( competition, imperialism, nationalism ) which lead to increased ( nationalism, imperialism, competition ) which lead to increased ( imperialism, competition, nationalism ).

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A ( colony, protectorate, sphere of influence ) is - Mother country moves in and makes weaker country follow their rules. Mother country always wins!

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A ( protectorate, colony, sphere of influence ) is - What the baby country gets from the mother country in exchange for protection. Some countries ASK for this.

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A ( sphere of influence, colony, protectorate ) is - Country in which another country has power to affect developments although it has no formal authority

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What is Bloody Sunday?

Select one or more of the following:

  • January 30th, 1972

  • Catholic kids start peaceful march for more rights in Protestant territory

  • Peaceful march escalates as kids throw trash and police get nervous

  • 13 kids died

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( Liberia, Etheopia ) was not Imperialized because ( America, England, France, Germany, Spain ) controlled it to allow people back to Africa.

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Imperialism in Africa was different because:

Select one of the following:

  • It wasn't about the minerals - No one knew what was there!

  • It was all about a race for more land!

  • Both!

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The world let Africa get Imperialized because of (it was actually just punishment for bad deeds - like our prison system).

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( Etheopea, Liberia ) was not Imperialized because it was ( Catholic, Protestant ).

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In ( 1884, 1864, 1824, 1844 ) the ( Berlin, African, German, Suez Canal, European ) Conference was held because so many people were trying to claim Africa and there needed to be rules for colonization.

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The 1884 Berlin Conference was held in Bismark's home in Germany and called Realpolitik.

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The ( Suez Canal, France, Egypt, Britain, Imperialism ) opened in 1869 after 10 years of finance from ( France, Britain, Suez Canal, Imperialism ) and Egypt. France and ( Egypt, France, Suez Canal, Britain, Imperialism ) went broke. ( Britain, France, Egypt, Suez Canal, Imperialism ) sees this as an opportunity. They say "We'll give you money for shares!" They take 44%. Now ( Britain, France, Egypt, Suez Canal, Imperialism ) controls the canal and tells ( Egypt, Britain, France, Suez Canal, Imperialism ) they can't use it! This is an example of ( Imperialism, France, Egypt, Britain, Suez Canal )!

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The African National Congress ( fought, did not fight ) the apartheid in South Africa.

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Britain takes over India. Why? ( Crops, Minerals, Land, Religion, Suez Canal ). Sepoys (Hindus) and Buddhists are forced to work together for British. Why did the Sepoys rebel? There was a rumor that the ( chicken, pork ) fat was actually ( pork, chicken ) fat. The rebellion lasted ( 2, 5, 3, 4 ) years. The ( British, Sepoys ) won.

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The Treaty of Nanjing in 1842 was meant to:

Select one of the following:

  • Stop Queen Victoria from sending Opium to China in exchange for lots of money.

  • End segregation in Africa.

  • Create rules for colonization such as "Effective Occupation".

  • Give Japan complete isolation from outside influence.

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The Edict of 1635 was:

Select one of the following:

  • meant to create rules for colonization such as "Effective Occupation"

  • meant to effectively end segregation in Africa

  • meant to stop Queen Victoria from sending Opium to China in exchange for lots of money

  • meant to isolate Japan from outside influence.

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( Japan, China, Korea, Taiwan, Russia, Manchira ) did not fold under Imperialism! They built an overseas empire! From ( China, Japan, Korea, Taiwan, Russia, Manchira ) they took ( Korea, Japan, China, Russia, Manchira ) and ( Taiwan, Japan, China, Russia, Manchira ). From ( Russia, Japan, Korea, Taiwan, Manchira ) they took ( Manchira, Russia, Japan, China, Korea, Taiwan ).

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Causes of WWI: (led to an arms race), (secretive agreements made between everyone), (by the 1900s Britain and France had built the largest empires), (taking over lands caused lots of "Our Country is the biggest and best!" and Diplomatic (all those alliances meant lots of broken promises).

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KNOW THIS! In 1915 Ottomans began killing Christian Armenians. Balkan Powder Keg of Europe. Balkans _______, ________, and ________ resented Austro-Hungary control. They wanted to be their own countries.

Select one or more of the following:

  • Serbia

  • Bosnia

  • Sarajevo

  • Austria

  • Bolivia

  • China

  • India

  • Korea

  • Taiwan

  • Manchira

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The Hand and . assassinated Archdule Franz and his wife .

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WWI Alliances - Central Powers (bad guys) were:

Select one or more of the following:

  • Russia

  • France

  • Great Britain

  • America

  • Austria

  • Germany

  • Ottoman Empire

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WWI Alliances - Allies (good guys)

Select one or more of the following:

  • Russia

  • France

  • Great Britain

  • America

  • Austria

  • Germany

  • Ottoman Empire

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The is where WWI was fought. It was a stalemate war!

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Germany created ( u-boats, tanks ) and ( mustard gas, automatic weapons ). Britain created ( tanks, submarines, mustard gas ) to drive over trenches.

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Problems in the trenches included:

Select one or more of the following:

  • rats

  • lice

  • shell shock

  • frogs

  • nits

  • trench foot

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Major events of WWI: of Archdule Franz Ferdinand and his wife Sophie, Lustinia sunk by (128 Americans were killed), Telegram (from to Mexico asking Mexico to invade so they wouldn't join the war), left the war, joins the war.

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Major leaders at WWI peace talks (Treaty of Versailles):
1. America - ( President Woodrow Wilson, Kaiser Wilhem II, Emanuele Orlando, David Lloyd George, Georges Clemenceau )
2. Germany - ( Kaiser Wilhem II, President Woodrow Wilson, Emanuele Orlando, David Lloyd George, Georges Clemenceau )
3. Italy - ( Emanuele Orlando, President Woodrow Wilson, Kaiser Wilhem II, David Lloyd George, Georges Clemenceau )
4. Britain - ( David Lloyd George, President Woodrow Wilson, Kaiser Wilhem II, Emanuele Orlando, Georges Clemenceau )
5. France - ( Georges Clemenceau, President Woodrow Wilson, Kaiser Wilhem II, Emanuele Orlando, David Lloyd George )

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At the Treaty of Versailles Peace Talks of WWI, ( Woodrow Wilson, Kaiser Wilhem II, Emanuele Orlando, David Lloyd George, Georges Clemenceau ) was the only one who wanted everyone to leave happy. ( Kaiser Wilhem II, Woodrow Wilson, Emanuele Orlando, David Lloyd George, Georges Clemenceau ) isolated himself. ( Emanuele Orlando, Woodrow Wilson, Kaiser Wilhem II, John Adams, William Walton, Samuel George ), ( David Lloyd George, Woodrow Wilson, Kaiser Wilhem II, Jenthro Tull, George Claire, Edward Banes ), and ( Georges Clemenceau, Woodrow Wilson, Kaiser Wilhem II, Samuel Adams, Eli Whitney, Leopold II ) wanted revenge.

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Who lost their Mommies after WWI?

Select one or more of the following:

  • Russia

  • Austria-Hungaria

  • Ottoman Empire

  • Germany

  • America

  • France

  • Great Britain

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What did Germany gain as a result of WWI?

Select one or more of the following:

  • Blame (even though it wasn't their fault)

  • Reparations

  • Military

  • Suez Canal

  • Rosetta Stone

  • Orlando Bloom

  • Industrial Revolution

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KNOW THIS! What do you do with countries that don't have Mommies anymore? Mandate System. ( France, Syria, Lebanon, Jordan, Palestine ) mandates ( Syria, France, Great Britain, Jordan, Palestine ) and ( Lebanon, France, Great Britain, Jordan, Palestine ). ( Great Britain, Syria, Lebanon, Jordan, Palestine ) mandates ( Jordan, France, Syria, Lebanon, Great Britain ) and ( Palestine, France, Syria, Lebanon, Great Britain ).

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What was it like to live in a city during Industrial Revolution?

Select one or more of the following:

  • overpopulated

  • friendly

  • noisy

  • quiet

  • filthy

  • clean

  • depressing

  • joyous

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An example of sleeping conditions at the factories includes:

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  • Usually 2 or more to a bed

  • Everyone got their own bed

  • Beds were luxurious

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Two things that poor factory life conditions effected the most were:

Select one or more of the following:

  • health

  • income

  • religion

  • sports

  • vacations

  • weather

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Serbia gained _____________ as a result of WWI.

Select one of the following:

  • Yugoslavia

  • Berlin

  • Suez Canal

  • Hungary

  • Italy

  • Bulgaria

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Industrial Revolution leads to

Select one of the following:

  • colonization because of resources

  • laboratory testing on rats

  • fair wages for factory workers

  • an end on slavery

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Class Structure in order from top to bottom: ( Viceroys, Creoles, Mestizos ), ( Creoles, Viceroys, Mestizos ), ( Mestizos, Viceroys, Creoles ).

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Individuals who helps to end Colonial Spanish Rule in 1800s:

Select one or more of the following:

  • Toussaint L'Ouverture

  • Simon Bolivar

  • Father Miguel

  • John Adams

  • Henry Bessemer

  • Jethro Tull

  • Edward Jenner

  • Michael Sadler

  • Upton Sinclair

  • Edward Banes

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America is closed coast to coast. Do not come here to colonize. We became "Big Brother" to Latin America. Put us on the spot to help other countries.

Select one of the following:

  • Monroe Doctrine

  • 1884 Berlin Conference

  • African National Congress

  • Edict of 1635

  • Treaty of Nanjing

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The Monroe Doctrine was written by:

Select one of the following:

  • John Adams

  • James Watt

  • Simon Bolivar

  • President Woodrow Wilson

  • Jethro Tull

  • Nelson Mendella

  • The Lowell Factory

  • 1884 Berlin Conference

  • Upton Sinclair

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The Industrial Revolution began in this country:

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Why was the work force demeaning for men?

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  • Women and children were fighting for the same jobs.

  • It made their hands very smooth.

  • They had to learn how to apply make up.

  • Panties were worn by both the men and the women.

  • They were paid in Susan B. Anthony coins.

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Characteristics of the Colonial System in Latin America:

Select one or more of the following:

  • Mirrored home governments

  • Mining precious metals - Rich countries want everything!

  • Catholosism - We can save the savages!

  • Protestants - We can save the savages!

  • Crops - This place grows everything!

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