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1750 - 1914 :: Industrial Revolution ~ Napoleonic Era ~ Machine Age

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Crystal Palace, built for the 1851 Great Exhibition in Hyde Park, London. It was subsequently dismantled and moved to Sydenham Hill, South London, where it survived until destroyed by fire in Victorian London, Vintage London, Old London, Hyde Park, London History, British History, American History, Native American, Crystal Palace
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Crystal Palace

Glass and Girders of the Crystal Palace at Sydenham "On the west of "The Palace" as it is called locally, there are terraces overlooking the garden. These are approached by flights of steps leading down among flower beds, stone vases, statuary and ornamental balustrading to the transverse path where the fireworks are let off. The huge building was set up on its present site and opened in 1854, the materials for its construction being largely those of the building designed by Sir Joseph…

Josie and Bertha, six years old, and Sophie all shucked oysters regularly at the Maggioni Canning Co. in Port Royal, South Carolina, Child labor laws were lax at that time. Photo by Lewis Hine.

The photographs that shamed America: Harrowing images of child labourers that show children as young as three forced to do back-breaking work in fields, factories and mines

Lewis Hine's images of youngsters working in sweatshops, cotton fields, factories and farms at the beginning of the 20th Century helped the National Child Labor Committee press for new legislation to protect children.

I’m teaching a unit on Industrialization and Immigration, and I was searching for an experiential exercise for my students. I found a simulation for making cars on an assembly line online (th… 7th Grade Social Studies, Social Studies Activities, History Activities, Teaching Social Studies, Student Teaching, World History Lessons, Study History, History Education, History Teachers
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Powerhouse Mechanic by Lewis Wickes Hine. This photo of "powerhouse mechanic and steam pump" is one of Lewis Wickes Hine's most famous works. Company photo courtesy of Shorpy. History Of Photography, Documentary Photography, Art Photography, Museum Photography, France Photography, Creative Photography, Wedding Photography, Lewis Wickes Hine, Richard Hamilton
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Free Industrial Revolution Images

13 free photos from the Industrial Revolution for high school social studies teachers

World History - The Industrial Revolution - Lesson Plans, Games, Activities I'd like to use some of these activities as introductions into certain inventions in our unit. 6th Grade Social Studies, Social Studies Classroom, Social Studies Activities, Teaching Social Studies, Modern World History, World History Lessons, Study History, World History Classroom, History Education

World History - The Industrial Revolution - Lesson Plans, Games, Activities

I love this idea! Students market a new invention from the industrial revolution. This activity is a good way to assess students writing skills as well as incorporating what they learn in social studies. Social Studies Notebook, 5th Grade Social Studies, Social Studies Classroom, Social Studies Activities, Teaching Social Studies, Teaching History, History Education, Modern World History, World History Lessons

Industrial Revolution - Invention Poster Project

INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION ACTIVITY - Students really enjoy this assignment where they become an inventor from the Industrial Revolution and market / sell one of their inventions. Students must research both the inventor and the invention and then "sell" themselves and their ideas. Includes the followi...

Lady Liberty under construction -In this photo released by Agence Papyrus, the Statue of Liberty, designed by French sculptor Frederic Auguste Bartholdi, is being built at a Paris studio around Old Pictures, Old Photos, Rare Photos, Photos Rares, Famous Landmarks, History Photos, World's Fair, Interesting History, Vintage Photographs
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See a recent post on Tumblr from @thenordroom about vintage. Discover more posts about aesthetic, retro, photography, fashion, black and white, art, and vintage.

Social studies worksheets help your child learn about history, geography, and more. Try these social studies worksheets with your young scholar. 7th Grade Social Studies, Social Studies Worksheets, Social Studies Classroom, History Classroom, Teaching Social Studies, Writing Worksheets, Student Teaching, Teaching Tools, Teaching Ideas
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Industrial Revolution | Worksheet | Education.com

How did our society become so advanced? Introduce your student to the Industrial Revolution with this reading sheet.

First Consul Bonaparte by Antoine Jean Gros, One of the finest and most famous portraits of Napoleon Bonaparte French History, European History, Art History, Military Art, Military History, French Prince, First French Empire, La Malmaison, Napoleon

Portrait of Napoleon Bonaparte - oil painting of Jean-Antoine Gros as art print or hand painted oil.

The artwork fine art print and hand painted oil reproduction of the painting Portrait of Napoleon Bonaparte, oil painting of Jean-Antoine Gros we deliver as art print on canvas, poster, plate or finest hand made paper. You define the size yourself.

Industrial Revolution in 1776 was the year where everything changed, and it all started with the steam engine. Victorian Design, Victorian Era, Victorian Steampunk, Steampunk Machines, Power Of Social Media, Industrial Architecture, Expositions, Steam Engine, Retro Futurism

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Industrial Revolution 1776 (this was the year where everything changed and it all started with the steam engine)

“With the Help of Mr. de la Fayette, the French Nation Defeats Despotism” *The French Revolution - Carl A. French History, European History, World History, Art History, History Teachers, Teaching History, Story Of The World, Second World, Marie Antoinette
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The French Revolution: Lesson Plans, Worksheets, Printables - Search PlanIt Lesson Plans

Since it has been a while since I taught World History, I thought I would look for some French Revolution lesson plans, worksheets, and printables for my class next year. As always, Mr. Donn provides an outstanding set of lesson plans for the French Revolution. Not only are there French Revolution lesson plans for an … Continue reading "The French Revolution: Lesson Plans, Worksheets, Printables"

this Industrial Revolution Activity and Game Board will allow students to have fun with their peers while learning about the Industrial Revolution Era - HD 5th Grade Social Studies, Teaching Social Studies, Teaching History, World History Lessons, Us History, Classroom Projects, Classroom Ideas, 8th Grade History, World History Classroom

Industrial Revolution Activities

Teaching the Industrial Revolution should be fun and engaging for your students. Our Industrial Revolution activities are sure to be a hit with your class. Students will answer questions about the Industrial Revolution and then play a game based on what they learned. This amazing resource includes: ...

Cuban Missile Crisis Causes and Effects DIY Infographic Worksheet - Free to print (PDF file). Cuban Missile Crisis Causes and Effects DIY Infographic Worksheet - Free to print (PDF file). Social Studies Classroom, History Classroom, Teaching Social Studies, Teaching History, History Education, Teaching Aids, Student Teaching, Teaching Tools, World History Facts
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Causes and Effects of the Industrial Revolution - Worksheet

Free to print (PDF). This worksheet asks students to chart the short- and long-term causes and effects of the Industrial Revolution.

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A primary-level timeline project for the History of the Telephone. Mount the control chart on card stock. Students cut out the four photos and past. Montessori Classroom, Classroom Ideas, Economic Geography, Timeline Project, Industrial Revolution, Teacher Newsletter, Telephone, Social Studies, Inventions

History of the Telephone Timeline Project

A primary-level timeline project for the History of the Telephone. Mount the control chart on card stock. Students cut out the four photos and paste them in order onto their own card stock to create their timeline that explores the progression of technology.