Flowchart - increase Little ice age 2 Reforms crops land...

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The interrelationship between the natural world of the environment and the human world of the politics, economy and society in Europe between 1700 and 1860 Politics Econo my Society Aristocratic Revolution Bourgeious Revolution Popular Revolution Fall of Bastille Great Fear Night of August 4th Octover days *include Fagan (little ice age and failure of French Agriculture to reform; Failure of artistocracy to care about state of the nation) Napoleon's Campaign Urbanization Creation of class society 1. Segregation Pysical Phychological 2. Led to lower death rates among middle class families Agricultural Revolution 1. Impetus: Population
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Unformatted text preview: increase, Little ice age 2. Reforms: crops, land organization 3. Impact: population was able to grow , increase pressure on land-- shortage of wood and pasturage Early industialization (Wilkinson) Shortages bring about technological innovations 1. Impetus (shortages): wool, wood, adequate transporation 2. Coal/ mines/ water drives development of steam engine 3. Factory Mature Industrialization 1. Factories 2. Urbanization 3. Pollution: disease from open sewers and industrialization Night of August 4th moved it from a political to a social revoultion...
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This note was uploaded on 04/27/2009 for the course HIST 1015 taught by Professor Mann,ralph during the Spring '07 term at Colorado.

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