James Watt- Scottish engineer, built engine powered by steam in 1768. Built rotary engine in
1782, which helped Cotton mills.
Edmund Cartwright- Built water powered loom in 1787, allowed cloth to catch up to yarn.
George Stephenson- Built locomoti
Urban challenges and problems during the nineteenth century include the increased population in
cities, and the challenge of increasing living conditions amo
EXAMINATION #2 MTh and TF Sections
This is a take-home exam. Please complete the questions using information from the textbook
and your class notes. It should be submitted to me by 4:30 on Friday, April 8. You can leave
EXAM #1 REVIEW SHEET
This exam covers the units on the Age of European Discovery, the Protestant Reformation, and
the Age of Absolutism. Get as much information as possible to prepare for it. Refer to pages
360-381 in th
FINAL EXAM REVIEW SHEET
NOTE: Please bring your notebooks to the final exam for grading.
Here is the review sheet for the final exam. Consult the Duiker & Spielvogel text as well as your
class notes for information that
The Byzantine was greatly vulnerable to the Ottoman Turks, because they recieved no support
from the Europeans other than the Genoese. This made the battle 7,000 agains
Indirect rule reduced the cost of training European administrators and had less corrosive impact
on the local culture. Indirect rule however convenient and inexpensive was not alw
In 1800 the Qing, or Manchu dynasty was at the height of its power. China had experienced a
long period of peace and prosperity under t
PART III: ESSAY (20 points).
Write an essay in which you discuss the causes and effects of the French Revolution. What
conditions existed in France in the 1780s that led to the outbreak of violence in 1789? How did
disagreement over representation in the
PART IV: ESSAY (20 points).
The Ottoman Empire grew from very modest beginnings into an empire that was larger than any
in Western Europe. Trace the development of the Ottoman kingdom. Who were its leaders and
what did they accomplish? How do you explain
World Civ M/Th
Question 1: Briefly, what was the connection between World War I and the Bolshevik
World War I simply created conditions in Russia that helped to start a revolution. Russia din not
fair very well in
No, because at the time in Germany and the Soviet Union, the controlling political and military
power used more greater force than that