WHAP Period 5 CC Review - WHAP CC Period 5 Review 1 List four reasons the IR began in England Western Europe’s government policy Geography Economic

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WHAP CC. Period 5 Review 1. List four reasons the IR began in England: Western Europe’s government policy, Geography, Economic and Social mobility, and Workforce 2. The earliest machines of the IR were to produce: Machines produced to mass produce cloth and thread 3. The earliest machines were powered by ______water______, until _____the steam engine _______ made them obsolete. 4. What two fossil fuels were mainly used for power? Coal and Petroleum 5. What became “the king of metals?” Steel 6. List three facts about Industrialization in the U.S. - railroads were built that connected the midwest and south to the North - In 1869 the US made the longest railroad in the world at the time - US was the biggest steel producer in the world by 1900 7. In Japan: - Made factories that specialized in silk textiles - Government had strict controls over factory corporations - Japanese did not resist US 8. In Russia: - Made the Trans-Siberian Railway which then became the World’s longest Railroad - Most of the workers only made money from growing wheat and potatoes that were owned by the czar - Only focused in supporting the elite owners of large agricultural estates 9. In Latin America (Two facts): - Only focused in Agriculture - Crops included: Coffee, bananas,wheat, beef, and sugar 10. In In India (Two Facts) - leading grower of cotton - Was controlled by Britain the whole era 11. What was going on in China? (Two facts) - Rejected most Western ideas - used human labor to produce crops and handmade items for export 12. List eight effects of the IR on social life: -
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