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Important People We Have Talked About---Industrialists
Andrew Carnegie November 25, 1835- August 11, 1919 Scottish-American Industrialist, businessman, entrepreneur Owned Carnegie Steel Company and merged to form US Steel A Captain of Industry
John D. Rockefeller July 8, 1839 – May 23, 1937 American Industrialist Founder of Standard Oil Company Richest person in history Founder of University of Chicago and Rockefeller University
Gustavus Swift June 24, 1839 – March 29, 1903 Founded the Meat Packing Empire in Midwest Credited with first Ice-Cooled Car Allowed meat to be shipped further distances
August 27, 2007 Objective: What were the following entrepreneurs or inventors best associated or known during the late 1800s? 1. Cornelius Vanderbilt.
Captains of Industry $ $ $ $ $. John D. Rockefeller Oil Refining Standard Oil Company.
Big Business The American Dream or the American Nightmare.
Andrew Carnegie Captain of the Steel Industry. Born in Scotland. Moved to America when he was 13. Grew up in a poor family. He worked hard and became.
American Business Leaders ( see pgs. 27 in study packet)
Captains of Industry or Robber Barons? American History 1.
Who: American-born industrialist Where: New York How: built wealth from shipping (steamships) and railroads
His company was so powerful that even the U.S. Government looked to the firm for help He died in his sleep in Rome and was buried at cedar hill cemetery.
Big Business Coal, Steel, and Oil By Brant Zeerip.
Andrew Carnegie John D. Rockefeller J.P. Morgan. Andrew Carnegie ( ) A Scottish-American industrialist who led the enormous expansion of the American.
Industrialization of America The Men Who Built America.
THE CAPTAINS OF INDUSTRY. TRUSTS Trusts: A single business of share holders which controls an entire industry (a monopoly)
New Business Culture: “The American Dream?” 3.Protestant (Puritan) “Work Ethic” Horatio Alger [100+ novels] 3.Protestant (Puritan) “Work Ethic” Horatio.
WHY DID BIG BUSINESS GROW? REASONS, KEY TERMS, CITIES & PEOPLE.
Bell ringer What are some of the effects of urbanization? (Think back to Friday’s urban game activity.)
Welcome to... A Game of X’s and O’s
The Gilded Age: Dealt with corruption in American Politics after Civil War along with Industrialization, and Inventions that led to Expansion, and Growth.
Immigration and Urbanization. PeopleImmigrationUrbanizationVocabularyRandom
The Men Who Built America. Gained his wealth through a massive shipping and railroad empire He owned most of the railroads in America.
The Gilded Age (1876 – 1900) Period of great industrial growth and expansion of the economy. Resulted in many very wealthy businessmen…super rich.
American History Chapter 14-2 The Rise of Big Business.
McDonald’s calendar 2009 January
Social Studies 8 th grade Industrial Age Choice1Choice 2Choice 3Choice
Big Business vs. The Working Class Lecture 10/31/12.
John D. Rockefeller & Andrew Carnegie Ch
Industrial America Technological Advancements and the Road to Greed… Click to see video on Industrialization!
Cornelius Vanderbilt Andrew Carnegie John Rockefeller J.P. Morgan Henry Ford The Captains of Industry.
The Rise of Big Business Growth of industry Growth of industry Changes to life on American farms Changes to life on American farms.
JEOPARDY Big Business Categories
LT: I will be able to identify entrepreneurs during the Industrial Era and show knowledge of how a market economy works. BW: List 3 New inventions or industries.
Ch. 7.2 “Rise of Industrialism” Vocabulary Industrialism –Economy based on manufacturing rather than agriculture; U.S.- machines, factories, mines and.
Oil By Liam. Oil can be used as a power source Oil can be used as a power source. Oil is used to produce electrical energy, mechanical energy, and heat.
2011 Calendar Important Dates/Events/Homework. SunSatFriThursWedTuesMon January
Unit 1: Technological Revolution and American Expansion.
Learning Target: I can engage in a simulation on monopolies to understand how entrepreneurs became wealthy business owners during the Industrial Age. Do.
Robber Barons and Captains of Industry These are terms to describe the powerful industrialists who established large businesses in the late 1800s.
Weekly Attendance by Class w/e 6 th September 2013.
The Rise of Big Business Chapter 14 Section 2 Learning Goal: I will be able to identify the leading industrial tycoons, and what they achieved. US.6 Describe.
USH (5:2) ● The Railroads ● Pacific Railway Act (1862) – Began railroad boom – Two companies offered as much land as they could take ● The Transcontinental.
Capitalism: Economic system based on private ownership of property & companies. Goal= profit.
CHAPTER 6 SECTION 3 BY TAYLOR FAH Big Business and Labor.
BUSINESS NOTES. Besides improvements in technology and cheap labor, what else was needed to industrialize? shrewd business leaders entrepreneurs to gamble.
Becoming An Industrial Giant Chapter 19. The Nation Changes The railroads changed how we lived Manufacturing increased Tariffs protected U.S. products.
Ch. 14 IDs. 1.) Petroleum/Oil What – Valuable natural resource When – Using oil as a fuel source became popular in late 1800s Significance - Modern nations.
The Growth of Big Business in the Gilded Age Ch. 6, Sec 2.
Industrialization. What Were the Causes? 1.Natural Resources: water, timber, coal, iron and copper all in America’s backyard! -No need to pay more for.
Industrialists © Mark Batik Jesuit College Preparatory.
Opener: Let’s do some economics. Why is coal cheap? Why are diamonds expensive?
Robber Barons vs. Captains of Industry U.S. History Mr. Trivette.
Big Business Emerges 6, sec. 3. John D. Rockefeller.
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