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    School System :) Education for all has been one of the grand causes of national progress. Less than a century ago comparatively few of the working folk could read.  One of the reasons for the growth of popular education has been the spread of democratic ideas and of the application of industry to science. It began to dawn upon the people how profitable it would be for each inhabitant of a country to be able to communicate with or receive communications from others through ability to read and

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    The 19th century was a great period when a wide variety of philosophies were developed that is still in existence to date. This was the era when the need to define and categorize ideas that would shape and structure the society came into mind. The world changed in a major way with the Enlightenment‚ French and American Revolution and the great Industrial Revolution being the greatest contributors. The greatest thinkers ever in time were being disturbed by the situation of the working class‚ and nobody

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    Medicine was revolutionized during the 19th Century by advances in chemistry and laboratory technology and equipment. In fact the scientific basis for current medical practice was developed during the 19th Century‚ and all of the disciplines- except anatomy that made up the first 2 years of medical school were founded. Medical advancements in the 19th Century were so great that medical discoveries were made almost every few year. Many diseases that were fatal earlier on were either treatable by

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    features of the “new monarchies” and the factors responsible for their rise in the period 1450 to 1550. Can be given after study of New Monarchies (U1) 2003 (#4): Explain how advances in learning and technology influenced fifteenth- and sixteenth-century European exploration and trade. Can be given after study of exploration (U1) 2006B (#5): How and to what extent did the methods and ideals of Renaissance humanism contribute to the Protestant Reformation? Can be given after study of Reformation

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    Women of the 19th Century By: Kristian Koeppen Women of the 19th century Women of the modern era might be surprised what their 19th century counterpart’s role in society might have been. Women in the 1800’s were not treated with nearly as much respect as they are nowadays. Modern day women have many advantages that women of the 1800s did not have‚ in the way of career opportunities‚ and

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    Allie Peter Romantic 19th Century Painting 11/12/12 The 19th century was welcomed with a flourish of new ideas. One of the drastic changes was the development of romanticism in art‚ especially in paintings. Romanticism includes features of artistic intellect‚ nature‚ industrialization‚ life‚ nobility‚ and a lot of emotion recorded through art. Many romantic artists created their works focusing on the negativity of industrialization‚ regarding the industrial revolution. These paintings often

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    10 Major Events that heavily affected education in the 19th Century: I. General Theme: * Nationalism in Europe grew stronger and with it was the belief in the power of education to shape the future of nation as well as individuals. * Spread of democratic ideas and of the application industry to science. * There were charity schools supported by the church and charitable organization. * Establishment of agricultural‚ commercial‚ scientific and industrial schools II.

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    The nineteenth century was a time of expansion and progress. From the beginning to the end‚ there is a considerable amount of change that can be observed over this hundred years. The development of the century can be explained through industrialization‚ diversity of cultures‚ and public and technological advances. Industrialization Social When gold was discovered in 1848‚ people from all over the world flocked to it like ants (“Gold Discovered in California”). After gold‚ other precious metals

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    The 19th century was a time in history when many new things were happening in the United States and medical marvels happened often. The south was a place specifically prominent where social standings were how people were judged and how one was were treated by people. While mental illnesses have been around forever‚ the treatment of them‚ medically and socially‚ has changed drastically over time. In a “Rose For Emily” William Faulkner tells how the community that Emily Grierson lives in did not speak

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    Medical Practices of the 19th Century Meas 238 2/22/2012 Summary In the era the 19th century (the 1800’s)‚ miraculous medical discoveries were on the rise. I would like to discuss not only the horrifying procedures that were used in this era‚ but also the medical breakthroughs that would come about in the progression of these hundred years. Along with the medical discoveries though‚ there were still the doctors and medical professionals and even patients who chose to hold onto their superstitions

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