History Test [19 - 21]
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History Test [19 - 21]
Test on Thursday (2/14/14)
steel plow w/replaceable parts
flying shuttle loom
interchangeable rifle parts/ cotton gin*
commercial steam engine
Sir Humphry Davy
Miner's safety lamps
Henry Bessemer [British]/ William Kelly [American]
Karl Benz/ Henry Ford
translative telegraph cable
Define factory system:
People were employed to produce manufactured goods in a systematic way for wages
What is one of the three aspects of Capitalism?
There is private ownerships of the means of production
Which two Spanish colonies were given to America after the Spanish-American War?
Who controlled the banking industry?
J. P. Morgan
Free trade without government control
What is Adam Smith's most famous work?
Wealth of Nations
What important event occurred during William Pit the Younger's tenture?
What did Sir Robert Peel found?
London Metropolian Police
What is unique about Victoria's monarchy?
longest ruling monarch
What was the first world's fair called?
Who was Benjamin Disraeli?
A Jewish prime minister who converted liberalism to conservatism
Who was the greatest preacher during the Victorian Era?
Charles Haddon Spurgeon
What was Charles Spurgeon's nickname?
Prince of Preachers
Who was Moody's song leader?
Who was C.T. Studd?
a missionary to China
Who founded the China inland mission?
Jay Hudson Taylor
What did Johnathon Golble for his wife?
What is George Muller known for?
the founding of orphanges
What did William Booth found?
Who was Florence Nightingale?
single-handedly created the modern nursery profession
What was the Crimean War over?
Britain joined force with Sardina to stop Russia's attempt to take over Turkey and Turks territory
When did the British government finally take full control of India?
1760/ Sepoy Rebellion
What did Boer mean?
farmer in Dutch
What areas did Captain Cook explore for England?
Australia & England
What provided a huge boost to Australia's population in 1851?
What philosophy did Immanuel Kant promote?
What did G. W. F. Hegel introduce?
What was Metternich's nickname?
"Prince of Diplomats"
What was Metternich's fourfold plan for peace in Europe?
1. Restoring royal family in each country
2. encircling France with stable monarchs
3. compensating each country for any land it lost
4. establishing a new balance of power among Europe
What eventually led to the July revolution?
Charles X was rejected by the legislatures, and as king, he protested by dissolving it. People of France revolted against this. And that's what became
Who organized Young Italy?
Who organized the Red Shirts?
Which German state took the lead in German unification and under whose leadership?
Who advanced the electrical telegraph?
Who was known as the best inventor in history?
In the 19th century, America built long, lean sailing vessels known for their tremendous speed on high seas against their English rival. What did they built?
Who built the steam-powered locomotive?
What is England's North American possession?