Unit 5: Industrialization and Global Integration – c. 1750 – 1900 – The ‘Modern’ Era
Modern Era KC 1: Industrialization and Global Capitalism. The process of industrialization changed the way in which goods were produced and consumed, with far-reaching effects on the global economy, social relations, and culture.
- Industrial and Demographic Indices
- Map: Industrial Europe c. 1850 – Bentley pg. 823
- Kenneth Pomeranz: Political Economy and Ecology on the Eve of Industrialization: Europe, China, and the Global Conjecture (In “The New World History”)
- Steven Johnson: The Night-Soilmen
- Selected Documents on Working Conditions During the Industrial Revolution in England.
- DBQ: Views of New Labor Practices During the Industrial Revolution.
- DBQ: Cotton Manufacturing in India and Japan.
- DBQ: Industrial Revolution in Japan and Russia.
- DBQ: Causes for and Reactions to Piracy in the mid-18th Century
- DBQ on regional issues and European struggles for global power in the mid-18th century.
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Modern Era KC 2: Imperialism and Nation-State Formation. As states industrialized, they also expanded existing overseas empires and established new colonies and transoceanic relationships.
- Selected Documents Concerning Imperialism
- Map: Napoleon’s empire in 1812 – Bentley pg. 794
- Map: Westward expansion of the U.S. in the 19th cent. pg. 850
- Map: The Dominion of Canada in the 19th Century – pg. 855
- Map: The Russian empire from 1801 thru 1914 – Bentley pg. 888
- Map: Imperialism in Asia c. 1914 – Bentley pg. 918
- Map: Latin America in 1830 – pg. 800.
- Map: Latin America in the 19th century – pg. 856
- Map: Imperialism in Africa c. 1914 – Bentley pg. 923
- Map: Imperialism in Oceania, c. 1914 – Bentley pg. 926
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Modern Era KC 3: Nationalism, Revolution, and Reform. The 18th century marked the beginning of an intense period of revolution and rebellion against existing governments, leading to the establishment of new nation-states around the world.
- U.S. Declaration of Independence of 1776
- Map: The American Revolution: Bentley pg. 787.
- Selected Documents from the French Revolution.
- Selected Documents from the British Isles Struggles for Independence
- Selected Documents from the Unification of Germany
- Selected Documents from the Unification of Italy
- Map: The Unification of Italy and Germany – Bentley pg. 809.
- Map: Territorial losses of the Ottoman Empire from 1800 to 1923 – pg. 882
- DBQ: Views of British Leaders on the Eastern Question and the Russo-Turkish War.
- DBQ: Ottoman Government Views of Ethnic and Religious Groups within the Empire
- Society and Suffrage: Declaration of Sentiments from the 1848 Seneca Falls Convention.
- DBQ: Changing Views of Women’s Nature and Social Constructs from c. 1500-1900.
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Modern Era KC 4: Global Migration. As a result of the emergence of transoceanic empires and a global capitalist economy, migration patterns changed dramatically, and the numbers of migrants increased significantly.
- APWH CB Lessons and Readings on Migration.
- DBQ: Justifying Coerced Migrations of Native Americans.
- DBQ: Indentured Servitude in the Late Modern and Early Contemporary Eras.
- Map: Imperialism and migration during the 19th and early 20th centuries – Bentley pg. 933
- East Africa, the W. Indian Ocean Basin, and the World Economy of 1760 to 1880.
- DBQ: The Role of Railroads in Empire-Building.
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SAQ & LEQ prep for Bentley Chs. in APWH Unit 5: The Modern Era c. 1750-1900
1) Explain ONE long-term cause for the formation of nation-states. Explain ONE short-term cause for the formation of nation-states. Examine ONE effect.
2) Examine the MAIN cause of the rise of Marxism. Justify its importance. Explain TWO effects of the rise of Marxism.
3) Explain TWO causes for the creation of the middle class. Explain ONE effect of the creation of the middle class. Justify the importance of this event.
4) Explain ONE long-term cause for the development of Social Darwinism. Explain ONE short-term cause for the development of Social Darwinism. Examine ONE effect.
5) Using specific examples, analyze the causes and effects of ONE of the following: American Revolution; French Revolution (1789-1815); Latin American Revolutions; Haitian Revolution.
6) Using specific examples, analyze the causes and effects of the unification of states in the period 1750 to 1914 CE.
7) Using specific examples, analyze the causes and effects of industrialism in the period 1750 to 1914 CE.
8) Using specific examples, analyze the causes and effects of nationalism in the period 1750 to 1914 CE.
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…Bentley Textbook Chapter Outlines…
Just as we do with our unit-by-unit SECSE Maps (on the “Geography!” page of the website), it will be important that we annotate and color-code our chapter notes.