The Industrial Revolution begins in Great Britian
The first Free Enterprise System emerged: Capitalists, composed of merchants, landowners, and bankers.
The Spinning Jenny was invented by James Hargreaves which allowed more threads to spin at once and lead to larger quantities being produced
Improvements in technology: For example; Steam engines were applied to steamboats
Socialism begins as a political movement in response to the injustices of the industry and exploitation of the workers.
The Communist Manifesto was published which argued that communism should replace socialism because capitalism would inevitably self-destruct
Scientist Louis Pasteur discovered: most diseases were caused by germs, tiny creatures could only be seen under a microscope, and came up with the "germ theory.
Thomas Edison invents the phonograph, light bulbs, and motion pictures which effects the Industrial Revolution by evolving what they had into something bigger
Alexander Graham Bell invents the telephone which helps with communication during the Revolution and evolves the world more
Municipal Reforms began which led to healthy environments and cleaner cities. This also improved drinking water and introduces sewer systems throughout the cities.