We think you have liked this presentation. If you wish to download it, please recommend it to your friends in any social system. Share buttons are a little bit lower. Thank you!
Presentation is loading. Please wait.
Published byTaylor Hawkins
Modified over 2 years ago
Created by Todd Jenkins
ThingsTerms Spec. People R&R Pot- pourri 100 Strictly Business
A1 100 This oil product was used extensively to heat and light homes in the late 1800s
200 A2 When the Union Pacific started in Omaha and the Central Pacific started in Sacramento to meet in Promontory Point, Utah. The result was called this
300 A3 When a company totally controls a specific area of manufacturing generally through horizontal integration it is called this?
400 A4 The process of adjusting departure times of railroads through changing the clocks in different parts of the US was called this.
500 When a group of companies reach an agreement to keep prices at a standard price, so that prices do not drop, is called this. A5
When businesses themselves determine rules of operation and not Government it is called this, meaning Hands Off. B1 100
200 The process of performing all operations of production of a product from raw materials to final product is called this. B2
300 The process of buying out as many companies as possible in a specific manufacturing area is called this. B3
400 The use of technology to produce larger amounts of goods at cheaper prices is called this. B4
500 A process in which an impartial third party helps workers and management reach an agreement among disputes. B5
100 Wealthy man of steel, who practiced both vertical and horizontal integration at US Steel. C1
200 This man created the very first telephone, my dear Watson. C2
300 I dug the very fist oil well in the United States. C3
400 Arguably the greatest American inventor ever, enlightened the world with one of his inventions? C4
500 This leader of the ALU, helped the worker obtain better working conditions. C5
100 During the building of the Transcontinental Railroad, railroad companies tapped into this ethnic workforce for labor. D1
200 This railroad company remained one of the few that remained successful after the Industrial Revolution, located closer to Canada D2
300 This railroad company started in Omaha and worked west. D3
400 This railroad company started in Sacramento and worked east. D4
500 Leland Stanford, Charley Crocker, Mark Hopkins and Collis Huntington became known as this after investing in and profiting from the Central Pacific Railroad D5
100 The total value of all goods and services produced by a country is called this. E1
200 The bringing together of a huge array of products in one large elaborate building was called this. E2
300 This method of fastening the doors of business shut, was used by owners/manager to stop strikers from entering the workplace? E3
400 If a worker got fired he did not want to be put on one of these, which meant you were a troublemaker! E4
500 The first nation wide industrial union was created by this group and they fought like a knight for the 8 hour workday. E5
100 This cheap and quick way to make steel changed the rails and industry in the US.
200 The financial means for which people in the U.S. lived rose during the Industrial Revolution and is called this!
300 A person who believed no government was good government was called this.
400 The belief that the lower, working class will eventually rebel against the upper, management class and rely on government to balance the field is the belief in a theory created by this man?
500 This event led to violence by bomb throwing anarchists at Chi-town police in response to an 8 hour workday.
Final Jeopardy Question U.S. Industry
Final Jeopardy question is? Two answers required! The two types of expenses in business are these! Final Double JeopardyJeopardy
Final Double Jeopardy Standard Oil was the first company to do this, which is the means of one person managing another persons property.
Created by Todd Jenkins Who am I Terms Potpourri Cause and effect Places 100 Main Screen.
World Studies II Chapter 9 Review Game Industrialization Way of LifeAmerica & Europe Economic Philosophers UnionsMISC
Created by Todd jenkins Amend This Cant Stop Progress Terminator Who am I Potpourri 100.
Presentation Plus! The American Vision Copyright © by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. Developed by FSCreations, Inc., Cincinnati, Ohio Send all.
Industrialization in America Chapter 9 Review. America’s industrialization depended on an abundance natural resources. Identify three of these resources.
Created by Todd Jenkins TermsPlaces PeoplePotpourri 100.
InventionsCorporationsUnions Vocab 1Vocab 2 Misc. Final Question.
Economics (H) Chapter 2 Review Game EconomiesFree Enterprise Economic Goals Consumers & Entrepreneurs Role of Government MISC
America: Pathways to the Present Chapter 13 The Expansion of American Industry (1850–1900) Copyright © 2005 by Pearson Education, Inc., publishing as Prentice.
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.
Big Business Study Guide Review Write 3 – 5 first person clues for the vocabulary word, person, or event from 1900s America. Try to include the 5 Ws. Start.
CH 14 Industrialization. Section 1 – Rise of Industry GNP – Total value of goods and services produced by a country U.S. GNP was 8X greater in the early.
In this chapter, you will learn how societies have different economic systems – traditional, free enterprise, socialist, or communist. Each of these systems.
ECONOMICS IN SOUTHERN AND EASTERN ASIA STANDARD: SS7E8 The student will analyze different economic systems. a. Compare how traditional, command, market.
Chapter 14 Industrialization Section 1 The Rise of Industry.
Life in the 1860s No indoor electric lights No refrigeration No indoor plumbing Kerosene or wood to heat Wood stoves to cook with Horse and buggy In 1860,
Economics (H) Chapter 1 Review Game Factors of Production Production Possibilities Goods & Services Productivity & Growth Value & Wealth MISC
Industrial Revolution Test World Civilization 2014.
Chapter 5 Section 3- An Age of Business. New technology and abundant natural resources led to economic growth.
A New Industrial Age Chapter 6 US History. Section 1 Objectives: By the end of this lesson, I will be able to: 1. Explain how the abundance of natural.
Your performance improvement partner 2/25/
Trains, Technology and the Rise of Big Business. INDUSTRIAL GROWTH The period from the end of the Civil War to 1900 was an era of unmatched economic growth.
Nationalism And unification Industrialization impact IR and social change Political Philosophies Vocabulary Misc. Final Question.
Unit 1: The Gilded Age. “Gilded Age” term created by famous American author Mark Twain To “gild” something is to lay a thin layer of gold over some rougher/cheaper.
UNIT VI: The Industrial Revolution. The Rise Of Industry While political revolutions swept through Europe and the Americas, an economic revolution shook.
Getting to California gross national product (GNP) – the total value of all goods and service produced by a country in a given year. Edwin Drake – drilled.
Pacific Railway Act of 1862 U.S. Government hired Union Pacific and Central Pacific Railway Company to extend railways across the United States. Central.
Middle East Unit Three Government & Economics. A nation’s type of government refers to how that state’s executive, legislative, and judicial organs.
Unit 7 Economics Macroeconomics December 2, 2013.
Chapter 5: An Industrial Nation In the 60 years following the civil war, the U.S. became the worlds leading industrial nation. New inventions drove a second.
© 2016 SlidePlayer.com Inc. All rights reserved.