The Industrial Revolution Unit 6. Inventors & Inventions.
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The Industrial Revolution
The Industrial RevolutionUnit 6
RailroadsGeorge Stephenson invented the Steam LocomotiveThe Rocket in 1829Increased demand for travel across the United States and created jobs for immigrants!
SteamboatRobert Fulton invented the steamboatDeveloped the first commercially successful one!
Cotton GinInvented by Eli WhitneyIncreased the amount of cotton producedIncreased materials put out by factories, such as textiles and other clothing products
ReaperInvented by Cyrus McCormick and his slave Jo AndersonFarmers could now produce more grains in a faster amount of time (higher supply and cheaper cost!)
AutomobileHenry Ford (founder of the Ford Motor Company) made automobiles afFORDable for all!Model T was the first car that was mass produced (all were made alike)
AirplaneThe Wright brothersBuilt an airplane and were first in flightJockeys Ridge, Outer Banks, North Carolina
TelegraphInvented by Samuel MorseAllowed ideas to spread faster
TelephoneProvided faster communication and spread of ideasCreated by Alexander Graham BellLater established the Bell Telephone Company
Interchangeable Partsrevolutionized the manufacturing industryDeveloped by Eli Whitney
Small Pox and Rabies VaccinesSmallpoxEdward JennerRabiesLouis Pasteur
TelevisionThere have been many engineers and inventors of the television over many decadesEarliest in 1926
Assembly lineCreated by Henry FordBrought affordable cars to AmericansAllowed for even faster production
RockefellerLeader of the oil industryOil Tycoon
JP MorganAmerican financial leader during the Industrial Revolution
Thomas EdisonCreated the light bulbUsed electricity as a source of power and light
BessemerCreated a process that made it easier to turn iron into steelThe Bessemer Process
VanderbiltThe American railroad tycoon
CarnegieThe American steel tycoon!
Laissez-FaireDescribes the economic policies of America in which the government did not interfere with business during the Industrial Revolution