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Chapter 12 - WH

What Frenchman proposed the germ theory of disease? Louis Pasteur
What was the Concert of Europe? Meetings that would maintain the peace in Europe
What did Queen Victoria reflect on? National pride
What is realism? Belief that the world should be viewed realistically
What did the provisional government set up? Workshops to provide work for the unemployed
When was the new constitution ratified (date)? November 4th, 1848
At the end of the 18th century, what new intellectual movement was made? Romanticism
What year did Parliament pass the British/North? 1867
What two languages did Canada’s speak during the 1800’s? English and French
Who was the Austrian foreign minister during the 1800’s? Prince Klemens von Metternich
What was Prussia known for? Strong military
Who discovered the smallpox vaccine? Edward Jenner
What is the bill of rights? The Bill of Rights is the first 10 Amendments to the Constitution. It guarantees civil rights and liberties to the individual--like freedom of speech, press, and religion.
Why did liberals demand the right of peaceful opposition to the government? Laws should be made by a representative assembly
What were two to the major forces in the first half of the 19th century? Liberalism and nationalism
What is abolitionism? Movement to end slavery
Who invented the spinning jenny? James Hargreaves
Who invented the water-powered loom? Edmund Cartwright
Who improved the steam engine? James Watt
Who invented coal puddling? Henry Cort
What was the most important form of transportation? Railroads
Who invented the steamboat? Robert Fulton
What did factories create within the cities? A new labor system
Name 3 of 5 reasons for the industrial revolution in Great Britain? Agriculture, Abundant food supplies, big supply of money, natural resources, and large supply of markets
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