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Students analyze the effects of the Industrial Revolution in England, France, Germany, Japan, and the United States and examine how scientific and technological changes and hew forms of energy brought about massive social, economic, and cultural change.

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Title Artist Medium & Support Creation Date
Spinning jenny.   BRITISH Anonymous     1769 
New England textile mill.   AMERICAN Anonymous     1819 
Textile Mill with factory Women.   DANISH Anonymous     c. 1900 
Machine Shop. Putman Lathe.   AMERICAN Anonymous     1850-1859 
Spinning Wheel & Carding Machine.   FRENCH Anonymous     c. 1800-1899 
Machine Shop with Tools on Belt.   GERMAN Anonymous     1870-1899 
Machine Shop. Drill Press.   AMERICAN Anonymous     1870-1879 
Steam Engine. Model.   NOILLET Jean Antoine     1700-1750 
Steam Engine.   WATT James     1769 
Portable steam engine.   J.I. CASE & Company     1869 
Bessamer converter for steel making.   GERMAN Anonymous     1874 
Water Turbine.   AMERICAN Anonymous     c. 1890 
Steam-powered cotton gin.   F.H. LUMMUS Sons Company     1896-1911 
Phonograph; Incandescent light.   EDISON Thomas Alva     1877;1897 
Telephone Switch Board.   AMERICAN Anonymous     c. 1900 
Victorian Tub & Flushing Toilet.   FRANTON H.W.     c. 1900 

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