Who founded the London Metropolitan Police force?
For Victoria, England’s success is because of _____.
Who purchased the Suez Canal?
Who was the first Jewish prime minister in England?
What two elements did Pierre and Marie Curie discover?
Polonium and Radium
Who were the first Christian Missionaries to Liberia?
Lott Carey and Colin Teague
Which missionary was one of the most famous of the explorers of Africa?
What is socialisms goal?
Government control of the economy to provide for the people.
When did Eli Whitney invent the Cotton Gin?
Who was a missionary to China?
C. T. Studd
What does Socialism question?
What are the five points of chartism?
Universal Male Suffrage Equal-Sized electoral districts Voting by secret ballot No property qualification Annual elections of parliament
When was slavery abolished throughout the British Empire?
Who believed in “the greatest happiness for the great number”?
Who was the Queen of Calibar?
Who developed pasteurization?
What was one of Thomas Alva Edison’s greatest inventions?
The incandescent electric lightbulb
Who are the “Captains of Industry”?
John D. Rockefeller
J. P. Morgan
What does the saying “The Sun Never Sets on the British Empire” mean?
The British Empire covers 1/4 of the world
Who created the Electric Telegraph?
Who is England’s longest ruling monarch?
Whose death led to the reign of Queen Victoria?
Prince Edward (Duke of Kent)
When was the Origin of Species published?
Who created the telephone?
Alexander Gram Bell
Who was D. L. Moody’s song leader?
Who developed the Germ Theory?
Who founded the China Inland Mission?
J. Hudson Taylor
Who made up the House of Lords in Parliament?
Hereditary Nobility & Church Leaders
Who is known as the “Prince of Preachers”?
Charles Haddon Spurgeon
What are the consequences (outcomes) of the Industrial Revolution?
Improved Living Conditions (ex.: increased wages)
Expansion of the Middle Class
Who invented the wireless telegraph?
What does Modernism question?
Morality (and religion)
Which “Captain of Industry” was in the steel industry?
When was the Fabian Society founded?
Who discovered a relationship between electricity and magnetism?
Who was a missionary to Labrador and Newfoundland?
What did the Reform Bill of 1832 do?
It widened the vote for Middle-class males
What act limited child labor?
What did Darwinism replaced?
God, the creator, with Time, Natural Process, and Chance
Who discovered Victoria Falls?
Who invented the Rickshaw?
What is the treaty of Amity and Commerce also known as?
Townsend Herris Treaty
When was the British North America Act passed?
Who was a missionary to India and rescued girls from Hindu temples?
What is Evolutionary Socialism?
Slow, gradual change through legislation
Who developed the vaccination?
Who convinced Japan to sign the Treaty of Amity and Commerce?
Commodore Matthew Perry
What is the YMCA?
An organization to help improve the spiritual condition of young men
Which great American evangelist had a great ministry in Britain?
D. L. Moody
Work is _____, not a curse.
Who created the miner’s safety lamp?
Sir Humphrey Davy
What are some of the better ways of transportation invented in the Middle Ages?
Canals Clipper Ships Steamships Railroads Automobiles
Who created steamships?
What was the treaty of Amity and Commerce?
Treaty for trade and diplomatic relations with the US and Japan
What is also known as the first World’s Fair?
The Great Exhibition
Who developed the law of thermodynamics?
What are some of the better ways of communication invented in the Middle Ages?
Where did Modernism begin?
What was a nickname for the London Metropolitan Police force?
What profession was C. T. Studd before he became a missionary to China?
A cricket player
What system is characterized by Low Quality but High Quantity?
The Factory System
Who was the “Father of the Factory System”?
What does Free Enterprise do?
Leaves the individual FREE to make something of himself if he has the ENTERPRISE (energy and initiative) to do it.
Who was a missionary to Nigeria and fought against killing infant twins?
Who were the working class activists who supported the People’s Charter?
Who founded orphanages for the forsaken children of Bristol?
What was a negative outcome of the Enclosure Movement?
Lose grazing rights for their cattle on the common land
Who was the British prime minister of the Cape colony?
What did F. B. Meyer do?
Who is known as the “Grand Old Man”?
What is a characteristic of the Middle Ages?
Rapid changes in living conditions
Who was Britains esteemed hero of the napoleonic wars?
Duke of Wellington
What Bible verse should we know simply for the fact that it was mentioned in class…..?
Who created the diesel engine?
Who founded the Fabian Society?
George Bernard Shaw and socialists Sidney and Beatrice Webb
Who was the “Father of Modern Missions”?
Who coined the term “Agnostic”?
Thomas Henry Huxley
When did Guglielmo Marconi invent the wireless telegraph?
Who are the conservatives?
Nobility and other wealthy people
What were the new republics that the Boers established?
Orange Free State
What system is characterized by Low Quantity but High Quality?
The Domestic System
Who singlehandedly created the modern nursing profession?
What are the two houses of Parliament?
House of Lords
House of Commons
What did the Chartists demand?
Immediate voting rights for all men
Who is associated with the British North America Act?
What was the “Great Trek”
When the Boers left Cape in 1835 and formed new republics
Who founded Australia and New Zealand?
Captain James Cook
What is Materialism?
The idea that matter is the only reality and that everything in the world, including thought, will, and feeling, must be explained in terms of matter
Who advanced our understanding of electricity?
James Clerk Maxwell
Who are Utilitarians?
Followers of philosophers Jeremy Bentham and John Stewart Mill
When was the Suez Canal completed?
What are Boers?
Who wrote the Wealth of Nations in 1776
What invention had the greatest effect upon modern society?
The incandescent electric lightbulb
What was the outcome of the Enclosure Movement?
Short-term was negative, long term positive
Which “Captain of Industry” was in the banking industry?
J. P. Morgan
Who was a missionary to Japan?
What movement introduced the idea of private property?
Which form of Socialism did English Socialists practice?
Who are the liberals?
Middle Class of the Industrial Age
What were the 3 G’s driving British Imperialism?
Who were the leaders of the Boer War?
Paul Kruger and Louis Botha
Who was the first diplomatic representative that America sent to Japan?
Who are Christian socialists?
a group who wanted benevolent social reform but didn’t want to take the Bible literally
What escalated the rate of colonization?
The Australian Gold Rush
When did Cyrus McCormick invent the Mechanical Reaper?
During what rebellion did Victoria call for prayer rather than war?
Who found standard oil?
John D. Rockefeller
Who invented the internal combustion engine?
Who is the world’s greatest inventor?
Thomas Alva Edison
Who was the most outstanding British leader in the beginning of the 19th century?
William Pitt the Younger
When did Edward Jenner invent the first vaccine?
When was the Victorian age?
What does Modernism believe the Bible is?
A Beautiful Myth
What were the 3 crop rotations in the Middle Ages?
In what war did the British and Boer colonies collapse?
The Boer War
Who started the Salvation Army in 1878?
Who discovered the atomic theory?
Who created an inexpensive process for converting iron into steel?
Henry Bessemer and William Kelly (the Bessemer process)
What was a positive outcome of the Enclosure Movement?
Agricultural production became more market oriented and efficient
Who made up the House of Commons in Parliament?
What did the Afrikaners establish?
A thriving colony
Who married Queen Victoria?
Prince Albert (known as Prince Consort)
Who is associated with the Factory Act?
What is Revolutionary Socialism?
Marxist, violent, bullet over ballot
What is the 19th century known as “The Great Century of _____”
What was the most important invention for the safety of coal miners?
The miner’s safety lamp
Who is known as the “Lady with the Lamp?”
Who created antiseptics?
Who invented the radio?
What is one of the most important modes of long distance communication invented in the 19th Century?
What year did the English take control of the Suez Canal?
Who is Charles Kingsley?
Popularizer of Darwinism who wrote sermons, pamphlets, and novels to support the Chartist movement