The Time Capsule. My name is Charlotte Wearsly, I am a typical housewife of the XVIII century, I have made the time capsule so that people in the future will remember how we life in these times…
1r object: - Mary Wollstonecraft. Feminist
- shoe of XVII I century.
This feminist classic, appealed to egalitarian social philosophy as the basis for the creation and preservation of equal rights and opportunities for women. Women must claim their equality by accepting its unemotional dictates. The preoccupation with romantic love and physical desire, she thought, not the natural conditions of female existence, but rather the means socially imposed by male domination enslaves them.
2º object: - Industrial Revolution
The Industrial Revolution was a period of the 18th century marked by social and technological change in which manufacturing began to rely on steam power, fueled primarily by coal, rather than on animal labor, or on water or wind power. Improvements in transportation encouraged the rapid pace of change.
3r object: - The first piano is built in 1700. It was built by Bartolomeo Cristofori, from that moment is one of the most popular in the world. The piano is a musical instrument played by means of a keyboard. The word piano is a shortened form of the word pianoforte. The pianoforte was a much improved development of the clavichord, the vibration of the strings produced by a piece of wood covered with leather emitting less metallic sound sweeter and sustained.
4t object: - wedding rings. Very few women could marry without a dowry. If a woman was part of a family, the family usually consisted of dowry. If she was alone, which was more typical fate of rural women, then had to save enough money to pay her own dowry. This feat was her husband and family invested in the economy, either agricultural or crafts. That is, the woman was forced to invest in home economics before she could join her.
5t object: - Cotton From 1712 a man named Thomas Newcomen made primitive steam engines for pumping water from mines. In 1769 James Watt made a more efficient steam engine. In 1785 his engine was
adapted to driving machinery in a cotton factory. The use of steam engines to drive machines slowly transformed industry.