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People $100 What man was the best known American romantic and given credit for inventing the short story?
People $100 Edgar Allen Poe
People $200 What man proposed the idea of natural selection?
People $200 Charles Darwin
People $300 Who was the most important realist author in Great Britain who wrote novels about the industrial age?
People $300 Charles Dickens
People $400 What man was the leader of Italian nationalism and formed a group of nationalists called the Red Shirts?
People $400 Giuseppe Garibaldi
People $500 What man developed the theory that population would always grow faster than the food supply, causing starvation to control population?
People $500 Thomas Malthus
Inventions and Ideas $100 The improvements made on what machine allowed factories to move away from rivers as a power source?
Inventions and Ideas $100 Steam Engine
Inventions and Ideas $200 What invention, created by James Hargreaves, greatly reduced the amount of time it took to produce yarn?
Inventions and Ideas $200 Spinning Jenny
Inventions and Ideas $300 What is the economic system in which factories and farms are publicly owned, providing for equal distribution of wealth?
Inventions and Ideas $300 Socialism
Inventions and Ideas $400 What artistic and literary movement was a reaction to the scientific revolution and emphasized feelings, emotions, and imagination?
Inventions and Ideas $400 Romanticism
Inventions and Ideas $500 What political movement was based on tradition and emphasized the importance of social stability?
Inventions and Ideas $500 Conservatism
More Ideas $100 What is the principle that a country must rely on its armed forces to be strong?
More Ideas $100 Militarism
More Ideas $200 What was the belief that each ethnic group in Europe should have its own country called?
More Ideas $200 Nationalism
More Ideas $300 What was the belief that every person should be as free as possible from government restrain?
More Ideas $300 Liberalism
More Ideas $400 What is the term used for the withdrawal of a party from a voluntary union or confederation?
More Ideas $400 Secede
More Ideas $500 What was the belief of the major powers of Europe that they had the right to send their armies into foreign countries to restore legitimate monarchs to their thrones?
More Ideas $500 Principle of Intervention
Events $100 What was the name of the war fought between Prussia and France in which the Prussians acquired the French territories of Alsace and Lorraine?
Events $100 Franco-Prussian War
Events $200 What war in America was fought partly because of slavery and partly for a state’s right to withdraw from the United States?
Events $200 Civil War
Events $300 What war started as a disagreement between Russia and the Ottoman Empire, but eventually involved France and Great Britain as well?
Events $300 Crimean War
Events $400 What is the name given to the period when new farm machinery and techniques led to a tremendous increase in available food?
Events $400 Agrarian Revolution
Events $500 The unification of Italy culminated with the coronation of what man?
Events $500 Victor Emmanuel I
More People $100 What man made improvements to the steam engine that greatly increased production during the industrial revolution?
More People $100 James Watt
More People $200 Who invented the steamboat, which greatly improve river transportation during the industrial revolution?
More People $200 Robert Fulton
More People $300 What militaristic Prussian was the driving force behind the unification of Germany?
More People $300 Otto von Bismarck
More People $400 What woman wrote Frankenstein as a reaction to the ideas of the scientific revolution?
More People $400 Mary Shelley
More People $500 What man proposed the idea of germ theory?
More People $500 Louis Pasteur
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