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Hist 1020 - Exam 1, study guide part 1

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Hist 1020 - Exam 1, study guide part 1 Hist 1020

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This study guide condenses notes, and concepts from the beginning of school, up to Feb. 2
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Date Created: 02/16/16
Jan 19- Jan 28. History Study Guide Enlightenment What started enlightenment?  Absolutism Absolutism= king had absolute control over everything Voltaire wrote Candide “learn, think, and experience for yourself” John Locke- blank slate (tabula rasa) “You have infinite potential” - Again, emphasis on your experience in life - Natural Rights: 1) Life 2) Liberty 3) Property Everyone has these rights… except SLAVES and WOMEN Where did people talk about enlightenment ideas? - Salons (houses used to meet and talk about enlightenment) - Coffee houses - Newspapers (these were bias usually) Limitations of enlightenment: - Slavery- the words slave and rights contradict each other - Women- women naturally weaker than men  Advocate for women= Mary Wollstonecraft *Enlightenment created a culture of questioning that will undermine the authority of European rulers Atlantic Revolutions A. American Revolution - Aka. Seven-year war/French and Indian War - Expensive $$$  How did Britain pay for this war? 1) Sugar act 2) Stamp act 3) Townshend act - All of these were taxes on the American colonies Last straw: Tea Act Boston tea party throw tea into sea American enlightenment Thomas Paine- common sense (1776) - Common sense = we need to leave Britain because we can govern ourselves Declaration of independence (1776) - Acknowledging freedom of USA from Britain 1788- Thomas Jthferson sent to France King louis 16 = King of france - France has a seven-year war and gets in debt like Britain did French estates 1) Clergy 2) Nobility 3) Commoners - The clergy and nobility were exempt from tax - France not getting enough money to pay debt  Louis can’t change tax laws, only estates general can, last time they met was 1614 1788-1789 Electing Reps  Tax paying men, 25 or older were allowed to vote  300 reps per state  Third estate says they need more representation  Louis locks the third estate out so they go meet in a tennis court National Assembly Third estate  national assembly “we promise to stay together as a group, the national assembly, until there is a French constitution” – Tennis court oath Storming of Bastille - National assembly needed weapons - Bastille was where the French kept their weapons - Also, asked Louis to make constitution NOW, but he says not now Declaration of Rights of Man and Citizen - Very similar to Declaration of independence - Listed natural, unalienable rights of man - Not women Women march to Versailles Weather ruined crops women mad and cant feed kids march to Versailles for food louis gives them extra food not good enough People force louis and family to move back to Paris  Louis and family on house arrest  Try to sneak out as third estate  People catch them & charge him in court  Louis death penalty French Constitution - Fulfills tennis court oath - National assembly is now the Legislative assembly Third estate national assembly legislative assembly French people use national anthem (La Marseillaise) and new flag (red,white,blue) to feel like a free nation Committee of public safety Maximillian Robespierre “If you don’t believe/agree with the beliefs of the French revolution, you will be killed” Introduction of the Guillotine st Marie Antoinette= 1 to be killed by guillotine Marie Tussaud - death masks (wax molds of real heads) Committee isn’t doing anything to stop chaos Robespierre sent to guillotine France without rule again Next rule of France= The Directory 5 people fight over power and don’t help France at all.. King louisCommittee of public safety (Robespierre)The Directory Napoleon Bonaparte Napoleon Bonaparte- military general decides to rule France  coup d’état  says he is leader NOT king  until he crowns himself emperor Saint Dominique Only good source of money for France 60% of worlds coffee 40% of worlds sugar Atlantic slave trade  don’t hurt slaves because they are money Toussaint L’ouverture- tells slaves about enlightenment in France and their new natural rights - St. Dominique slaves revolt against France and WIN - St. Dominique is now Haiti - Nestflag also red white and blue - 1 independent country in Latin America Haitian Constitution (1805) Article one: Free, sovereign, independent nation Article two: Slavery forever abolished Article three: Haitian rights and equality  Haitian revolt inspires many other Latin American revolutions INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION pt.1 ***Industrialization fundamentally changed the way people lived*** Began in England because… 1) Agricultural advancement 2) Population growth 3) Access to raw material Britain’s Feudal system wasted land and was inefficient  Sprinkled seed by hand Agricultural advancements Jethro Tull – Seed Drill - More efficient - Control where seeds land Charles “Turnip” Townshend- crop rotation - Plant all fields all the time - Animals have new grazing fields animal poo = fertilizer - Crop rotation created SURPLUS Surplus feed more people population growth England trades with America - Traded cotton - Enclosure- people who tended to land and lived on it, get kicked off - People become homeless What do the newly homeless peasants do? - Work by making cotton into yarn - Extremely slow process Solution  Spinning Jenny- one person can work large loom - made cloth 15x faster  Water frame- Richard Arkwright  Cotton Gin- Eli Whitney - separated seeds from the cotton Pick cotton faster more slaves  triangular slave trade New power/Energy sources Thomas Newcomen’s steam engine - inefficient James Watt’s steam engine - efficient - separate condensers  steam engines originally used to pump water out of mines British Coal Mines - coal on surface was used up - began to dig - started manufacturing steam engine machines Factory system - from small cottages to big factories  peasants find jobs here - efficiency was a concern The Great Exposition Place to show of countries achievements & goods  Need huge building  Sir Joseph Paxton and the Crystal Palace “Temple made of glass”- unlike anything, anyone had ever seen  Opening ceremony (may 1, 1851)  Exhibit size based on wealth  British textiles= biggest exhibit  France= 2 ndlargest exhibit - France had worlds largest mirror - Projected beauty  India  handmade objects - The difference between colonies, and colonizers (handmade small items for colonies- raw material… manufactured, large items for the colonizing countries)  United states – bigger than India, smaller than Britain. Machinery room was the main event, because it highlighted the advancements of the industrial revolution Industrialization Part 2. Surplus, cotton, new machines/ material… How to transport it? Railways = BIGGEST change for Industrial revolution - Locomotive race - Winner gets contract to have their locomotive on the new Grand British Experimental Railway Railways  the world is more connected - People begin traveling more - People think differently about distance and space (proximity, not outer space) - Railways increased travel time  need a set standard of time  London time- the time in London was standard for all railway travel, to dismiss confusion about arrival and departure times  standard time helped prevent accidents and delays  time communicated by telegraph  telegraph further crushed distance and made world more accessible Factory life Adam smith- specialized labor; everyone makes one piece over and over again for “quality and efficiency”  shift work rather than seasonal  after shift, people want leisure  leisure  Football (soccer)  started in neighborhoods… slowly grew from there  ALSO CONNECTED WORLD TOGETHER, by culture Exporting sport


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