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H5-Fall10 Lecture 15 - A New technology in Power Iron Textiles Mining Wood to Metal Horse to Steam B The growth of the old in response to the new C

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History 5, Fall 2010 Outline: Lecture XV p. 1 19 October 2010 The Industrial Revolution: The origins of a new civilization Music: Giaochino Rossini, William Tell Overture (1829). Premiered the same year as  George Stephenson’s steam engine on wheels, “The Rocket,” which traveled 30 mph. In  1830, his Liverpool-Manchester railway opened. I.  What, where, when?  A. What B. Where and When II. Structural Preconditions A. Demography: the Malthusian scissors lose their edge B. Agriculture: fewer people on the land can feed more in the cities and in the  countryside but engaged in production or mining C. Law: the freeing of labor, capital, and land D. Trade, commerce, and slavery E. Consuming desires III. Causes and Consequences
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Unformatted text preview: A. New technology in Power, Iron, Textiles, Mining: Wood to Metal; Horse to Steam B. The growth of the old in response to the new C. Organization of production: the factory D. Social, cultural and intellectual change: stay tuned History 5, Fall 2010 Outline: Lecture XV p. 2 19 October 2010 IV. How can we, and did they, imagine this new civilization? A. Cities and the countryside B. Transport: trains, tracks and train stations V. Conclusions A. This was a world historical process B. It happened in Britain first, then Western Europe, then the rest of Europe, then the world C. There were huge implications for geopolitics, domestic politics, and intellectual and cultural life...
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This note was uploaded on 04/26/2011 for the course HIST 5 taught by Professor Lacur during the Fall '10 term at University of California, Berkeley.

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H5-Fall10 Lecture 15 - A New technology in Power Iron Textiles Mining Wood to Metal Horse to Steam B The growth of the old in response to the new C

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