Terms / People to Know Chap. 20 Revolutions in Europe and Latin America World History II Chap 21 Life in the Industrial Age
Ch 20 Sec 1. Pgs
632 - 637
Prince Metternich Congress of Vienna bourgeois liberalism ideologies universal manhood suffrage The Balkans autonomy conservatives liberals nationalists socialists
Ch 20 Sec 2. Pgs 638-644
The Charter of French Liberties The July Revolution 1830 Charles X Louis Philippe " The citizen king" The French Revolution of 1848 The Second French Republic Louis Napoleon or Napoleon III Polish Revolution of 1830 Austrian Revolution of 1848 Hungarian Revolution Louis Kossuth Italian Revolution 1848 German -Prussian Revolution Frankfurt Assembly
Ch 20 Sec 3 pgs 645-655
Simon Bolivar creoles peninsulares Hispanola Toussaint L'Ouverture Father Miguel Hidalgo
El Grito de Dolores Jose Morales Agustin de Iturbide Tupac Amaru Llaneros Jose de San Martin
Bernard O'Higgins Gran Colombia Dom Pedro
Ch 21 Sec 1 658-666
Louis Pasteur Thomas Edison William Cockerill interchangeable parts assembly line
Henry Bessemer Alfred Nobel Benjamin Franklin Trans-Siberian Railroad Gottlieb Daimler Henry Ford Wright Brothers
Samuel Morse Alexander Graham Bell Guglielmo Marconi corporations Germinal Emile Zola monopolies cartel
Alfred Krupp John D. Rockefeller
Ch21 Sec 2 667-673
Robert Koch William Morton Florence Nightingale Joseph Lister Georges Haussmann Louis Sullivan
Ch21 Sec 3 674-680
Anna Mozzoni Elizabeth Cady Stanton Susan B. Anthony Seneca Falls Convention Women's suffrage
Sojourner Truth Secondary Schools Bedford College Mount Holyoke Emily Davies John Dalton Dmitri Mendeleyev
Charles Lyell Charles Darwin "Origin of the Species" Social Darwinism racism
Social gospel William and Catherine Booth The Salvation Army
Ch21 Sec4 681-689
William Wordsworth romanticism Lord Byron Johann Goethe Sir Walter Scott Victor Hugo Alexander Dumas John Constable J.M.W. Turner Eugene Delacroix Franz Liszt Frederic Chopin Ludwig Von Beethoven Eroica Realism Charles Dickens
Le s Miserables Henrik Ibsen Gustave Courbet The Bronte Sisters George Sand Harriet Beecher Stowe " Uncle Tom's Cabin"
Louis Daguerre William Talbot Mathew Brady impressionism Claude Monet Edgar Degas post-impressionists Georges Seurat Vincent Van Gogh Paul Gauguin
Ideas to Remember
· Compare the goals of conservatives, nationalists, socialists, and liberals.
· Explain why Europe was plagued by unrest after 1815.
· Explain the revolts that broke out in Europe in 1830 and 1848.
· Explain the revolts that occurred in Mexico and Latin America
· Explain the expansion of the industrialized world in the 1800s.
· Describe the medical advances that were made in the 1800s.
· Describe how cities changed in the 1800s.
· Describe the changes in the roles of women, working conditions, and science during the 1800s.
· Describe and explain the themes and changes that took place in art, music, and literature during the Industrial Age.