'Railroad' presentation slideshows

Railroad - PowerPoint PPT Presentation


Westward Expansion

Westward Expansion

Westward Expansion. 1865-1914. U.S. Land Acquired in the 1800s. Manifest Destiny. Americans believed they should own all the land from the Atlantic Ocean to the Pacific Ocean; coast to coast. COSTS OF EXPANSION. NEAR EXTINCTION OF BUFFALO. DAMAGE TO ENVIRONMENT

By Mia_John
(248 views)

Chapter 24

Chapter 24

Chapter 24. Industry Comes of Age, 1865–1900. I. The Iron Colt Becomes an Iron Horse. Industrial development of United States: Railroads Outburst of railroad construction crucial 1865: 35,000 miles of railways 1900: 192,556 miles, much of it west of Mississippi (see Figure 24.1)

By tarmon
(789 views)

Forged Metals

Forged Metals

Forged Metals. by John Paul Jordan MEEN 3344. History. Dates back to 4000BC Iron was first forged metal Mass production of forged parts began in 1930 with help of Henry Ford. Metals that are forged. Steel Alloys Aluminum Alloys Iron Nickel Titanium Copper.

By silas
(222 views)

Growth in the American West HEALY - BAVPA

Growth in the American West HEALY - BAVPA

Growth in the American West HEALY - BAVPA. WHAT YOU WILL LEARN: Miners and railroad builders led to settlement of the West. Native Americans struggled to maintain their way of life. Western farmers faced many challenges. THE FRONTIER.

By devorit
(161 views)

Chapter 24 Industry comes of age

Chapter 24 Industry comes of age

Chapter 24 Industry comes of age. 1865-1900. The Iron Colt Becomes an Iron Horse. The country's railroad network significantly expanded in the late 1800s.

By jason
(232 views)

Miners ranchers and railroads

Miners ranchers and railroads

Miners ranchers and railroads. Chapter 17 section 1 (546-552). Mining brings growth. After the Civil War, many people moved west to work as miners and ranchers. The Comstock Lode was a huge deposit of gold and silver discovered in Nevada in 1859.

By afia
(350 views)

American History Unit 3

American History Unit 3

American History Unit 3. Industrialization. Unit 3.1. Rise of Industry. Pre-Industrialization. Agrarian Society Markets had to be near water Transportation was slow 1 st industrial revolution started simple factories Steam engines on boats made up-river travel possible.

By marrim
(166 views)

Deal or No Deal?

Deal or No Deal?

Deal or No Deal?. When I moved to Portugal, a friend offered me a Volvo in perfect shape for 112,000,000$ Escudos. Would you buy it? Discuss with partner what you would need to know. Dimensional Analysis. Today, we will learn how to perform Dimensional Analysis (Rail Road Method).

By fredricka
(193 views)

CARDINAL SAFETY RULES

CARDINAL SAFETY RULES

CARDINAL SAFETY RULES. There is no greater priority than the safety of each and every employee of Staffaid. For this reason ALL employees must ensure 100% compliance to all Safety and Industrial Hygiene policies and procedures at whatever Client location they are assigned.

By leiko
(1633 views)

Transforming the Nation

Transforming the Nation

Transforming the Nation. Big Idea. How can people change the world they live in?. Connecting the East to the West. In the early 1800’s news was spread by letters sent on horse or boat. News might be old before the newspaper was printed.

By elgin
(113 views)

Evolution of Business

Evolution of Business

Evolution of Business. Presentation by Alex Merkulov. University of Phoenix. Feudalism A.D. 500 - 1500. Mercantilism Until 18 th Century. Capitalism From early 19 th Century. Business Evolution Milestones. Steam Engine & Industrial Revolution. Pre-capitalism.

By Thomas
(210 views)

Making the Modern World

Making the Modern World

Making the Modern World . The Century We Became Us. Inventions 1800-1900. Steamship, 1807 Telegraph 1837 Automobile 1884 Bicycle 1885 Camera (film) 1888 Dynamite 1866 Dynamo 1871 Elevator, 1852 Electric Iron 1882. Electric Motor 1837 Phonograph 1877 Typewriter 1867 Welding 1877

By upton
(171 views)

Segregation & Discrimination

Segregation & Discrimination

Segregation & Discrimination. Meagan Tirado & Tyler May. African Americans Fight Legal Discrimination. African Americans face hostile and violent opposition from whites as they exercise there new political and social rights during reconstruction.

By oren
(134 views)

Water Needs for Oil & Gas Well Drilling and Fracturing Association of Western State Engineers September 25, 2012 by

Water Needs for Oil & Gas Well Drilling and Fracturing Association of Western State Engineers September 25, 2012 by

Water Needs for Oil & Gas Well Drilling and Fracturing Association of Western State Engineers September 25, 2012 by Pat Tyrrell, Wyoming State Engineer. Update from 2011 AWSE Presentation. Niobrara play has slowed from 2009-2010

By tahlia
(125 views)

Civil War

Civil War

Civil War. Causes of the Civil War. Sectional tension (paranoia?) The “Slave Power” The “Money Power” Constitutional Ambiguity Economic Differences Social Differences States Rights v. Federal Control Slavery. Buildup to the Civil War. Wilmot Proviso and Election of 1848

By evonne
(139 views)

Textile Industry and Development of Factories During the Industrial Revolution: As poet William Blake described: “dark

Textile Industry and Development of Factories During the Industrial Revolution: As poet William Blake described: “dark

Textile Industry and Development of Factories During the Industrial Revolution: As poet William Blake described: “dark Satanic mills”. Textiles Before the Revolution. Workers would sit at a spinning wheel working at their own pace and their own time.

By merrill
(155 views)

Chapter 18 – Americans Move West

Chapter 18 – Americans Move West

Chapter 18 – Americans Move West. Section Notes. Video. Miners, Ranchers, and Railroads Wars for the West Farming and Populism. The Impact of the West on American Culture. Maps. Quick Facts. Routes West Native American Land Loss in the West, 1850-1890

By nan
(476 views)

Poetry & Art

Poetry & Art

Poetry & Art. Figurative Language Matching Game. Van Gogh's Bed Jane Flanders (1985) is orange, like Cinderella's coach , like the sun when he looked it straight in the eye. is narrow, he sleeps alone, tossing between two pillows, while it carried him bumpily to the ball .

By debbie
(139 views)

Economics of the 1920s

Economics of the 1920s

Economics of the 1920s. NEW INVENTIONS PROMOTE PROSPERITY. CONSUMER REVOLUTION!. Electrical transformers. By 1930, 70% of American households had electricity Electric household devices radios, washing machines, irons, vacuum cleaners, etc…. New car technology ~ FORD!.

By bert
(201 views)

Edward Hopper Contemporary Realist Painter

Edward Hopper Contemporary Realist Painter

Edward Hopper Contemporary Realist Painter. Biography. July 22, 1882 – May 15, 1967 Born in Nyack, NY Art Correspondence course 1899 NY Institute of Art & Design Began as a Commercial Illustrator – for the $$$ (He Hated it!). Realism.

By aitana
(203 views)

View Railroad PowerPoint (PPT) presentations online in SlideServe. SlideServe has a very huge collection of Railroad PowerPoint presentations. You can view or download Railroad presentations for your school assignment or business presentation. Browse for the presentations on every topic that you want.