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EQ: How did industrialization and new technology affect the economy and society? HW: P. 436-444,  P. 445 checkpoint, P. 448 checkpoint (second one), critical thinking # 4&5 Do Now: Describe the state of American industry right after the Civil War. Unit 7 Industrialization.

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Unit 7 industrialization

EQ: How did industrialization and new technology affect the economy and society?

HW: P. 436-444,  P. 445 checkpoint, P. 448 checkpoint (second one), critical thinking #4&5

Do Now: Describe the state of American industry right after the Civil War

Unit 7 Industrialization


I industrial growth
I. Industrial Growth economy and society?

  • A. Civil War challenges industry

  • B. Abundance of natural resources

    • 1. lumber

    • 2. navigable rivers

    • 3. oil


C workforce expands
C. Workforce expands economy and society?

  • 1. immigration

  • 2. migration

  • 3. entrepreneurship


D free enterprise system
D. Free enterprise system economy and society?

  • 1. encourage by gov’t

    • A. laissez-faire

    • B. protective tariffs


E inventions
E. Inventions economy and society?

  • 1. patents

    • A. electicity

    • B. iron – bessemer process

    • C. suspension bridges

    • D. railroads

    • E. communication (telegraph, telephone)

    • F. mass production


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EQ: How did big business shape the American economy in the late 1800s and early 1900s?

HW: HW#17 P. 444-448 

Answer: P. 445 checkpoint, P. 448 checkpoint (second one), critical thinking #4&5

Do Now: Read the article the US Free Enterprise system and summarize in a paragraph.

Unit 7 Industrialization


Ii rise of big business
II. Rise of Big Business late 1800s and early 1900s?

  • A. Corporation


Ii rise of big business1
II. Rise of Big Business late 1800s and early 1900s?

  • A. Corporation

  • B. monopoly

  • C. Cartel

  • D. Horizontal Integration

    • 1. Rockefeller Standard Oil

  • E. Vertical Integration

    • 2. Carnegie Steel


Soaps
SOAPS late 1800s and early 1900s?

Subject

Occasion

Audience

Purpose

Speaker


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EQ: How did big business shape the American economy in the late 1800s and early 1900s?

HW: HW#1 Finish reading the article & write a persuasive paragraph: Were the wealthy industrialists Robber Barons or Captains of Industry?

Do Now: What is a Robber Baron? What is Social Darwinism?

Unit 7 Industrialization


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EQ: How did big business shape the American economy in the late 1800s and early 1900s?

HW: HW#2 P. 450-457

Answer: P. 451 Chkp, P. 454 Chkpt, P. 457 Chkpt, Critical Thinking #5

Do Now: 1. How did Vanderbilt monopolize the Railroads?

2. How did Vanderbilt impact the “new corporation”?

3. How did the 3 other Robber Barons depend on the RR?

Unit 7 Industrialization


Robber barons
Robber Barons late 1800s and early 1900s?

  • Rockefeller - Oil

  • Carnegie - Steel

  • Vanderbilt - RR

  • Morgan - Banking


F regulation
F. Regulation late 1800s and early 1900s?

  • 1. Interstate Commerce Commission

    • A. Attempts to regulate RRs

  • 2. Sherman Antitrust Act

    • B. Monopolies illegal


G philanthropy
G. Philanthropy late 1800s and early 1900s?

  • 1. Donated millions to charities

  • 2. Education

    • Ex. Libraries, universities


Ii labor movement
II. Labor Movement late 1800s and early 1900s?

  • A. Conditions are poor

    • Sweatshops

  • B. Labor unions

    • 1. Knights of Labor – Terence Powderly

    • 2. American Federation of Labor – Samuel Gompers

      • Collective Bargaining


C strikes
C. Strikes late 1800s and early 1900s?

  • 1. Haymarket Riot

  • 2. Homestead Strike

  • 3. Pullman Strike


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