History Notes on 2-8-07

History Notes on 2-8-07 - History Notes on 2-8-07 Lecture...

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History Notes on 2-8-07 08/02/2007 13:42:00 Lecture Outline – Industrial Revolutions I. Intro II. England and the first Stage of industrialization Coal and Stem Engines Iron Cotton Manufacturing III. Second Stage of Industrialization Rail Roads Steel Science and Chemical Industries IV. Population Growth and Cities V. Different Countries Those Left Behind Important Terms, Dates, and Names: James Watt, 1763 ‘Puddling and Rolling’ Samuel Crompton (1753-1827) Richard Arkwright, 1769 Thomas Newcommen (1663-1729), 1709 The Rocket George Stephenson (1782-1848) Alfred Krupp, Ruhr Valley Manchester-Liverpool Line Henry Bessemer (1830-1898)
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The Industrial Revolutions 08/02/2007 13:42:00 I. Introduction
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2 Main periods to the revolutions II. – England and the First Stages of Industrialization Started in 1750 to end of Napoleonic Wars (1815) Leading Sector o One specific thing that begins the industrialization of everything.  I.E.  Today: Computer Industry o Few in each period of the revolution First Sector: Steam Engines o Fundamental to what happens, which causes different inventors  together o Allows replacement of animal and human labor Tomas Newcomen o Began burning coal, after no more trees left to burn o Bigger coal mines being built Wasn’t easy: Ventilation needed, No technological  development- No light…  Fires!  Were forced to work in the  dark.  Also filled with water after rain o Newcomen Engine: Burning coal produced steam which pumped up  and down an arm to remove water.
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