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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Landen Wolf on Friday October 23, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to HIST 102 at University of Louisville taught by Lee Weissbach in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 17 views. For similar materials see /class/228335/hist-102-university-of-louisville in History at University of Louisville.

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Date Created: 10/23/15
Topic 10 European Population Growth and Changing Society 0 Population grew in late 18th century 0 Disease became less common in 1700 s 0 People became more immune to illness they did nothing to purposefully become immune o Rats with Bubonic Plague were replaced by other rats that did not carry the disease 0 Smallpox was less common Scientific Revolution scientists created vaccines for smallpox given small amount of illness to become immune to it Vaccine begins to be used by bourgeoisie and upper class more educated people Lower class was less knowledgeable and trustworthy to the idea of being given a small amount of smallpox to become immune to it They were eventually influenced to use it because of its use in the higher classes 0 Supply of food better nutrition 0 Healthier women meant healthier babies 0 More food meant less starvation 0 Organization of agriculture 0 Before only certain fields were used for crops and some were left empty so they may become fertile again 0 Used crop rotation planted crops in every field but planted different crops instead of the same one every season Some crops supplied nutrients to the soil and other took nutrients 0 Food increases within a year by 50 0 Low class wanted to keep their traditional methods but was eventually influenced by higher classes that used crop rotation 0 Seed drill drilled holes into a neat line and planted one seed in each hole Before farmers used broadcasting throwing seeds across the field Some plants had to be cut when a cluster of them grew together so seeds were wasted o More food for animals meant more meat for people and more fertilizer for soil 0 Fields began to be enclosed with fences This made it easierto keep track of livestock and manage the field 0 Potatoes more were planted good for vitamins A and C first used as simply animal food Potatoes and turnips were not native to Europe 0 Manufactured goods produced 0 More textiles cloth blankets and especially clothing were needed for the growing population Townspeople wove and threaded yarn PuttingOut System capitalists would buy wool from peasants put it outquot to peasant women to spin bought and sold it again to someone else to weave into cloth and then bought and sold the cloth to someone who could make it into clothes most likely a tailor 0 Marriage and sexual activity changed There was so much social control that women would commonly marry the men that would get them pregnant Women began to be paid to spinweave and had a chance to move to another town for a job There was an increase in single mothers Child care peasants still didn t have the money to give their children education but education slowly becomes more common Before children were more thought of as adults becoming adults Childhood was of no importance because work and money were needed to provide the family There were no child clothes lnfants were clothed in dresses girls and boys and eventually were just given adult clothes in smaller sizes Childhood and teen years became more important clothes began to be made for different age instead of small adult sizes


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