The Industrial Revolution(s):
1750 to 1910 CE
Task One: The Agricultural Revolution
Describe what an enclosure system is and why farmers shifted to this from
Early Trench Warfare
A trench system may begin simply as a collection of foxholes hastily dug by troops using their entrenching tools.
These holes may subsequently be deepened so that a soldier can safely stand up in one of them, and the individual
Industrialization and Global Integration (1750 CE to 1900 CE)
This project will be worth a test grade and will be due in sections. These sections will
then be combined to form a TEST grade. You will be given SOME class time to
complete the projec
Describe Renaissance art. - Renaissance art is the creation of the individual portrait as an artistic genre,
and the use of linear perspective to represent 3D from Greek and Roman themes.
For Marco Polo, how was China different from Europe? - The use of p
Between 1450 - 1740, how were the Ottoman Empire and the Chinese similar? -Like the Chinese, the
ottomans used a large bureaucracy to support the government.
Describe the decline of the Islamic Middle East after the Abbasid Empire. -Islamic Middle East de
Andalusia - Borders of Spain near Africa
Boyars - Next to Prince in Russian Empire
Brahmanism - Strict Caste system and precursor to Hinduism
Cold War - Nuclear standoff between Russia and US 1947 - 1991
Confucianism - teachings that enforce patriarchal r
Compare the Aztec of Mesoamerica to the Incas of Andean South America. - AztecsUsed innovative techniques dramatically increased agricultural production (Chiampas)
Practice human sacrifice.
IncasUsed innovative techniques dramatically increased agricultur
After the defeat of King Charles I England was governed by a _ led by _. -Commonwealth
Compare the Qing Dynasty and Russian empires. - - Like the Qing Dynasty, Russia had territories with
people of various ethnicities & languages.
After the Civil war, the United States came up with a plan to rebuild the South
known as Reconstruction. Although Reconstruction provided a some what kind of
success in the South towards freedom and economic opport
Since the Gilded Age, American reformers fought for laws supporting their needs,
but made little progress. Although progressives sought to expand democracy by means
necessary to maintain the social interests of the p