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5.1

5.1

5.1

The Industrial Revolution

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5.2

5.1

5.1

Effects of the Industrial Revolution

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5.3

5.3

5.3

Towards the Modern Age

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5.4

5.3

5.3

Latin America

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5.5

5.5

5.5

The British Empire

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5.6

5.5

5.5

The  Triumph of Nationalism

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5.7

5.5

5.7

The  Age of Imperialism

5.1: Industrial Revolution

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Key Figures in this Unit

Jethro Tull

Charles Townshend

George Washington Carver

Norman Borlaug

James Hargreaves

Richard Arkwright

James Watt

Henry Bessemer

John Roebling

Washington Roebling

Frederic Bartholdi

Gustave Eiffel

Michael Faraday

Thomas Edison

Nikola Tesla

Samuel Morse

Alexander Graham Bell

Guglielmo Marconi

Louis Daguerre

Robert Stephenson

Robert Fulton

Gottlieb Daimler

Orville Wright

Wilbur Wright

Eli Whitney

Henry Ford

Notable Conflicts

Industrialized nations vs. Non-Industrialized nations

Workforce vs. Business Owners

Notable Events

First Flight at Kill Devil Hills

Innovations

Seed Drill

Fertilizer

Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs)

Crop Rotation

Spinning Jenny

Spinning Frame

Factories

Steam Engine

Coal Mining

Bessemer Process (Steel)

Electricity

Electrical Generator

Light Bulb

Phonograph

Motion Picture Camera

Telegraph

Morse Code

Telephone

Radio

Daguerreotype

Locomotives (Trains)

Steamboat

Internal Combustion Engine

Automobile

Interchangeable Parts

Cotton Gin

Quadracycle

Assembly Line Production

Model T

Corporations

Cultural Issues

Pollution

Entrepreneurialism

Corporations

Significant Structures

Brooklyn Bridge

Statue of Liberty

Eiffel Tower

Warden Cliff Tower

Transatlantic Radiotelegraphy Station

Railroads

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5.2 Effects of the Industrial Revolution

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Key Figures in this Unit

Adam Smith

Karl Marx

Friedrich Engels

Notable Conflicts

Workforce vs. Business Owners

Labor Strikes

Notable Events

Labor Strikes

Important Documents

An Inquiry into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations (Smith)

Communist Manifesto (Marx and Engels)

Government (Federal and Local) Laws to improve living conditions

Innovations

Capitalism

 Laissez-faire

Socialism

Communism

Sanitation Projects

Free Public Education

Child Labor Eliminated

Leisure Time Activities

     Sporting Events

          Baseball

          Soccer

     Music Concerts

     Radio

     Movies

     Bike Riding

Cultural Issues

Urbanization

 Inadequate Sewage systems

 Crowded housing

 Unsafe Housing

Pollution

Labor Unrest

 Working Conditions

 Low Pay for Workers

 Child Labor

Crime

Welfare Programs

Minimum Wage

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5.3 Towards the Modern Age

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Key Figures in this Unit

Jean-Baptiste Lamarck

Anton van Leeuwenhoek

Louis Pasteur

Edward Jenner

Pierre Paul Èmile Roux

Jonas Salk

Camille Guérin

Albert Calmette

Jaume Ferran i Clua

Alexander Fleming

Charles Darwin

Gregor Mendel

Dmitry Mendeleev

Albert Einstein

Marie Curie

George Gordon Lord Byron

Mary Shelley

Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

Charles Dickens

Pierre-Auguste Renoir

Vincent van Gogh

Johan Christian Dahl

Caspar David Friedrich

Louis Girodet

Charles Gustave Wappers

John William Waterhouse

Jean-Francois Millet

Claude Monet

Ludwig van Bethoven

Richard Wagner

Important Documents and Creation

Lamarck’s Theory of Inheritance

Theory of Evolution

The Origin of Species (Darwin)

The Descent of Man, and Selection in Relation to Sex (Darwin)

Theory of Relativity (Einstein)

Frankenstein (Shelley)

The Sorrows of Young Werther (Goethe)

Faust (Goethe)

Outbreak of Vesuvius (Dahl)

The Wanderer Above the Sea of Fog (Friedrich)

Ossian Receiving the Ghosts of French Heroes (Girodet)

The Belgian Revolution (Wappers)

The Lady of Shalott (Waterhouse)

The Gleaners (Millet)

Moulin de la Galette (Renoir)

Sunrise (Monet)

The Starry Night (van Gogh)

A Christmas Carol (Dickens)

Oliver Twist (Dickens)

A Tale of Two Cities (Dickens)

5th Symphony (Beethoven)

Ride of the Valkyries (Wagner)

Innovations

Germ Theory of Disease

Microscope

Pasteurization

Antiseptics

Vaccines

     Smallpox

     Tuberculosis

     Choloera

     Rabies

     Polio

Anti-biotics

     Penicillin

Inheritance and Genetics

Periodic Table of Elements

Theory of Relativity

Cultural Changes

Romanticism

     Literature

     Art

     Music

Impressionism

     Art

Post Impressionism

     Art

Realism

     Literature

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5.4 Latin America

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Key Figures in this Unit

Mexico

Augustín I

Guadalupe Victoria

Vicente Guerrero

Benito Juárez

Maximilian I

Porfirio Díaz

Francisco Madero

Victoriano Huerta

Venustiano Carranza

Álvaro Obregón


United States

James K. Polk


France

Napoleon III

Significant non-rulers

Toussaint Louverture

Simón Bolívar

José de San Martín

Miguel Hidalgo

Manuel Gómez Pedraza

Mexican General Antonio López de Santa Anna

US General Zachary Taylor

US General Winfield Scott

Mexican General Nicolás Bravo

Juan de la Barrera

Juan Escutia

Agustín Melgar

Fernando Montes de Oca

Vicente Suárez

Francisco Márquez

Emiliano Zapato

Francisco “Pancho” Villa

Notable Conflicts

Haitian Slave Rebellion

South American Wars of Liberation

Mexican Revolution

Mexican war with Texas

     Battle of the Alamo

Mexico attacks American holdings in the disputed area

Mexican forces lay siege to Fort Texas

Mexican-American War

     Battle of Vera Cruz

     Battle of Chapultepec

France invades Mexico

     Battle of Puebla

Mexican Revolution (1910)

Notable Events

Establishment of the nation of Venezuela

Establishment of the nation of Bolivia

Establishment of the nation of Columbia

Establishment of the nation of Ecuador

Establishment of the nation of Peru

Establishment of the nation of Panama

Mexican Independence

Establishment of the Mexican Empire

Establishment of the United Mexican States

Texas joins the United States as the 28th state

United States occupies Mexico City

France occupies Mexico City

Mexico regains independence (1867)

Gadsden Purchase

Important Documents

Treaty of Córdoba

Plan of Casa Mata

Constitución Federal de los Estados Unidos Mexicanos de 1824 (Federal Constitution of the United Mexican States of 1824)

United States Declaration of War with Mexico

Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo

Zimmerman Telegram

Constitución Política de los Estados Unidos Mexicanos (Political Constitution of the United Mexican States) (1917)

Gadsden Purchase (1853)

Cultural Issues

Spanish class system in New Spain

Significant Construction

Niños Héroes Monument

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5.5 The British Empire: Victorian Age

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Key Figures in this Unit

Great Britain

Victoria

     William Gladstone (PM)

     Benjamin Disraeli (PM)

Significant non-rulers

Prince Albert

Emmeline Pankhurst

Emily Davison

James Cook

William Wilberforce

John Newton

Notable Conflicts

Opium War

Notable Events

Buckingham Palace becomes the residency of the Monarch

British Empire expands to incorporate Australia, India, Canada and New Zealand

Britain colonizes parts of Africa

Britain colonizes parts of Asia

Exploration of James Cook

Significant Construction

Crystal Palace 

Clock Tower (Elizabeth Tower)

     Clock

     Big Ben (Bells)

Ayrton Light

Tower Bridge

Queen Victoria Monument

HMS Warrior

Cultural Issues

Koh-I-Noor diamond (105 carats) removed from India and presented to Queen Victoria

Women’s suffrage

Irish desire for Independence

Irish Potato Famine

Cultural Events

The Great Exhibition

Cultural Changes

Victorian Age Fashion

Christmas Tree

Worker protection legislation

Universal Male Suffrage

Slavery Abolished

Slave trade abolished

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5.6 The Triumph of Nationalism

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Key Figures in this Unit

Notable Conflicts

Notable Events

Important Documents

Cultural Changes

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5.7 The Age of Imperialism

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Key Figures in this Unit

Notable Conflicts

Notable Events

Important Documents

Cultural Changes

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