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FC: A peek into History and a little more added in... | Created By: Drew Fehr & Kourtney Livengood
1: Table of Contents... 1. Trade Before Age of Exploration 2. Renaissance 3. Reformation 4. The Columbian Exchange 5. Development of Gunpowder 6. Gunpowder Empires 7. European Absolutism 8. Scientific Revolution 9. Enlightenment 10. Atlantic Revolutions 11. Industrial Revolution 12. Nationalism
2: Trade Before Exploration | Peppercorns were the biggest trade that they sold, it was said to share the same value of gold. | During this time period there were carious items that were sold such as: Cinnamon, cloves,ginger, tea, Nutmeg, mace, saffron, and the biggest seller known as pepper. In this time period they had to have great trade because it is how most of the people made a living.
3: This is a picture of Malacca which is the biggest trading port that operated in the 1400's.
4: Renaissance | Leonardo De Vinci | In history there was a period called the Renaissance it was where artist and and style came about. Humanism was based on studies of the Classics, the literary worked of ancient of Greece and Rome. Also they were starting to figure out the basic of English and finding other languages people spoke.
5: Michelangelo | Italian City-States
6: Reformation | Martin Luther | During this time Martin Luther gave his ideas to the city and he brought Lutheranism to people. This religion stated that you where free from indulgences and separation of city and church.
7: Reformation of Catholic Churches
8: Columbian Exchange | They exchanged to get the following items: Turnips, Broccoli, Peas, Yams, Coffee, Cinnamon, Bryce, Oranges, Mint, Donkeys, Sugar, Cotton, Horses, and Wheat. This is also the start of the new Americas. | Dried Tobacco Leaves | Sugar
9: The Columbian Exchange Route
10: Development of Gunpowder | Saltpeter+Carbon+Sulpher= Gunpowder
11: The Invention of Gunpowder and its Usage | During this time in history, Gunpowder was discovered and they were trying to figure out the uses and if they could use it to benefit them in war.
12: Gunpowder Empires | Ottoman Empire Safavid Emipire Mogul Empire | Mehmed II
13: Ottoman Empire | These empires were different because of there beliefs, religion, government, and their cultures. All of these empires were Muslim or Islamic. They also had different Names for instance the Safavid Empires King name was called the Shia.
14: European Absolutism | An interesting fact about King Louis was that he was the only King to be be-headed. Also King Louis was the best known absolutist in the Seventeenth Century. He was also the leader of the Thirty Years War.
15: King Louis XIV | King Louis XIV's in his younger years
16: Scientific Revolution
17: Isaac Newton | Galileo | During this revolution Isaac Newton came up with the law of motion and the gravitational pull. Also there were new technologies and mathematics.
18: Enlightenment | Montesquieu | Frederick The Great
19: The Enlightment was an eighteenth-century philosophical movement of intellectuals who were greatly impressed with the achievements of the Scientific Revolution. Also they kept hold on to the Absolutism advancements.
20: Atlantic Revolutions | Napoleon | Simon Bolivar
21: The Haitian Revolution had a lot to do with the slave population going through the roof, and the Haiti dominated in the supply and trade of plantation agriculture, sugar, and coffee. The French Revolution brought the Constitution of 1792 guaranteed representative government, civil liberties like freedoms of speech, religion, and assembly, and equality before the law. The Venezuelan Revolution restored slavery at the end of the revolution.
22: Industrial Revolution | The Spinning Jenny, Cotton Gin, and The Water-powered Loom, were all inventions during these years. Without child labor laws intact many families were working twelve hour days, and 6 days a week. Many girls were put to work in transporting coal to the places it needed to be. They were put to these jobs because of the size of girls.
23: A little girl working in the horrible factories | Little boys working on a machine... This shows how dangerous the jobs were. | !780's
24: Nationalism | Many things were accomplished during this time, liberalism, nationalism, and the balance of power. This picture represents the Bill of rights that stated that the freedom of press, religion, assembly, and speech were all guaranteed freedoms.
25: The artist of this picture is Eugene Ferdinand Victor...The lady holding the flag stands for the liberty that they now had.