Presentation on theme: "Test #6 C21-24. Must Know Dates 1756-1763- 7 Years War (French and Indian War) 1776- American Revolution begins & Adam Smith writes the Wealth of Nations."— Presentation transcript:
Must Know Dates 1756-1763- 7 Years War (French and Indian War) 1776- American Revolution begins & Adam Smith writes the Wealth of Nations 1789- French Revolution begins 1804- Haitian independence 1815- Congress of Vienna 1820s- Independence in Latin America 1839- Opium War 1848- European Revolutions & Communist Manifesto written by Marx and Engles 1861- end of Russian serfdom 1863- Emancipation Proclamation in U.S.
Chapter 21 Industrial Revolution – Where? When? Why in this place first? – Important inventions- Spinning Jenny, Steam Engine, Cotton Gin – Factory and living conditions – Child labor – Railroads – How did European industrialization affect other areas?
Chapter 22 Enlightenment thinkers and theories – Deism- argued that God created the world and then sad back to observe its movements according to natural laws (God as a watch maker) most still attended church and were involved in religious ceremonies they just had a more “impersonal relationship with God” than traditional Christians. American Revolution – Important figures, protests, Boston Massacre, Boston Tea Party, the Stamp Act, Continental Congress, Constitutional Convention etc.
Chapter 22 continued French Revolution – France before- 3 Estates – Estates General National Assembly – Storming of the Bastille and the March on Versailles – The Terror Robespierre – Napoleon Bonaparte Haitian Revolution – Saint Domingue before revolution Slavery, plantations, gens de colour – Toussaint L’Ouverture Congress of Vienna Revolutions of 1848
Chapter 23 Imperialism- a policy of extending a country's power and influence through diplomacy or military force. Muhammad Ali and Egypt – Suez Canal Slow decline of Ottomans – Jannassaires, Tanzimat reforms Crimean War Russia – Relations with Europe and Asia China – Opium War – Taiping Rebellion
Chapter 24 Juntas Simon Bolivar (Gran Colombia) Miguel Hidalgo Napoleon Portugal Brazil American Civil War Benito Juarez Abolitionists Different paths to freedom for slaves (Haiti, Spanish America, U.S.) Changes to immigration
Friendly Reminder! Don’t get too bogged down in the details that you lose sight of the really important stuff: similarities and “big picture” stuff. – Examples: Why would the textbook writers put the Ottoman, Qing, and Russian Empires together? What do they have in common? – What do North and South American colonies have in common? What do all the revolutions have in common? What are their differences? – What role does religion play? What role do women or minority populations play?