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Period V: Global Migrations Part I

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  • Intro 0:00
  • The Demography Of Migration 0:17
    • Migrants Increased Significantly
    • Industrialization & Enlightenment
  • Changes In Food Production 1:30
    • King George III
    • Farmer King
    • Science And Technology To Produce More Crops
    • Improved Domestic Animals
    • New Lands
    • Large Increase In Population
  • Changes For The Peasantry 4:10
    • Enclosure Movement
    • Took Away The Common Lands
  • Plants From Everywhere Grow In England 7:49
  • Population Growth Leads To Migration 8:51
    • Disrupted By Changes In Agriculture And Medicine
    • Transportation Systems
    • Where Are People Going to Go?
  • The City Of Chicago 10:32
    • People Move From Country To City
    • Industrial Revolution In Cities
    • Population Increase Accelerates In Late 1800s
  • Main Concept 13:20
    • Improvement In Food Production Led To Increase World Population
    • Urbanization