The Industrial Revolution: Medicine & Social Sciences


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First Use of anesthesia in Jefferson, GA

We will continue to examine the advances of the Industrial Revolution by examining the developments in medicine and social sciences. Just imagine needing surgery in the 1700s. If a doctor needed to take out an appendix then there was no way to ease the pain of surgery. But since 1842 when Crawford W. Long developed anesthesia in Jefferson, Georgia we can undergo surgical procedures without pain. That is just one example of the advances made. We will look at some of these advances in medicine and social sciences. Below you can find the Powerpoint link.

Industrial Revolution Advances-Medicine and Social Sciences Powerpoint

Crystal Palace of London & Political Cartoon Worksheet

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