Category | North | South | West | Midwest | Political | Factory got much help when machines were created | After the war they were very motivated to rebuild everything that was hurt by the war and mostly worried about rebuilding the factories | There was a lot of friction between the immigrants who came from china and the white settlers that were there, which created many riots and discriminatory laws. | Farms were mostly politically involved | Social | Families started looking for employees outside of their house | After the civil war their social standing was destroyed but over time it got better | One of the big social impacts was the railroad because it started many fights and arguments. | There were many campaigns that took place | Economic or type of economy | Mainly relied on Agriculture | Just like the north they mainly relied on agriculture | It was mostly based on natural resources. | Was mainly based on manufacturing and farming | Population change | There was a decrease and factories and businesses were looking for people to work for them | After the civil war the population went down, and there weren’t to many jobs which made many of the people move | The population growth was led by governmental policies. | After the Chicago railroad was done being built the population increased because it allowed many people to travel with the goods they needed to travel with | transportation | They had canals, roads and railroads made shipping a much faster thing | The
The Industrial Revolution and its Impact on Family Life and Women
World Civilization II
Edmund Burke once said," Make revolution a parent of settlement, and not a nursery of future revolutions." This comical yet straightforward quote can be related to a time in history called the Industrial Revolution. Throughout history there has been a political, economical, social and cultural revolution. These revolutions has had complex and long lasting impacts on people’s lives, one revolution that has…
possible consequences of the act/s, which could include expulsion from Indiana Wesleyan University.
June 11, 2013
Ansart, G. (July 2009). Variations on montesquieu: Raynal and diderot's histoire des deux indes
and the American revolution. Journal of the History of Ideas. July 2009, Vol. 70 Issue 3,
p399-420. 22p. Retrieved through the Indiana Wesleyan University Off Campus Library
Services. (Lisa Cummings)
Guillaume Ansart, in his review of Raynal and Diderot’s original work…
His political philosophy influenced the French Revolution as well as the overall development of modern political, sociological, and educational thought. The American Revolution was a war between the Kingdom of Great Britain and thirteen British colonies on the North American continent (as well as some naval conflict). The war was the culmination of the political American Revolution, whereby the colonists overthrew British rule. The French Revolution was a period of radical social and political upheaval…
manufacturing community. This meant that there was a need for workers. So the northeast became a hot spot for the immigrants.
After the civil war most of the African American’s left the south so that they could work in the new factories that the north and Midwest provided.
Immigrants from china came to the west searching for jobs, because they heard of the expanding railroads.
The cities grew rapidly, and became the nations largest population growth in this time period
By the 1900’s…
Coal mines played a crucial importance in England's industrial development.
Coal was needed in vast quantities for the Industrial Revolution
For centuries, people in Britain had made do with charcoal if they needed a cheap and easy to acquire fuel.
What ‘industry’ that existed before 1700, did use coal but it came from coal mines that were near to the surface and the coal was relatively easy to get to.
Before the Industrial Revolution, two types of mines existed: drift mines and bell pits. Both…
Before the Industrial Revolution...
Most people were engaged in farming on public land around their home
Some people were involved in specialized industries, but not very many
Most goods were produced in the immediate area
began around 1750; people began to make use of early machines to increase production
First industry is the textile (clothes) industry; this was made possible by new developments
Water frame spinning machine…
competition. The tariff crisis escalated in the fall of 1832 just before Jackson would face reelection.
The Market Revolution brought a lot of new inventions being introduced. One of the top inventors was Eli Whitney, who invented the Cotton Gin and interchangeable parts for firearms this revolutionized both southern agriculture and northern manufacturing. These advances in agricultural and industrial technology paralleled the development of roads and steamboats. Whitney’s invention of the cotton gin increased…
With the start of this new industrial revolution, the demand for cotton up north has really began to upswing. Due to our climate and soil fertility, cotton began to thrive here in the south rather than up north. This cotton kingdom started with the land from the Choctaw Indians being broken up and sold by each acre ranging on prices. I turned out to be terribly wrong about slavery dying out due to tobacco exhausting the soil; yet again, slavery is thriving. Being a farmer here in Alabama, I have…
political revolutions fostered by the Enlightenment
Why is sociology a reaction to and a symptom of modernity?
Historical contexts that shape the content of 19th century social theory.
Themes and Issues:
-the transition from feudalism to capitalism
-the "great chain of being" and its dissolution
-three great revolutions: (1) rise of the market society; (2) the rise of the State; (3) the rise of rational science
-society becomes transparent: the significance of the French Revolution and the…
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December 15, 2012 Industrial Revolution Essay
Fundamental to the Industrial Revolution was the development of new technologies, which changed many aspects of life, first in Britain and then throughout Europe. The Industrial Revolution was unlike most revolutions, neither sudden nor swift. Industrialization was a long, slow process in which complex machines replaced simple hand tools, and where human and animal power were replaced by new sources of power…