8-1 The Industrial Revolution

January 13, 2018 | Author: Anonymous | Category: History, European History, Europe (1815-1915), Industrial Revolution
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The Industrial Revolution

A. The Industrial Revolution

A. The Industrial Revolution A change in production methods in the early 1800’s from human power to machine power.

A. The Industrial Revolution A change in production methods in the early 1800’s from human power to machine power. 1. Before the Industrial Revolution how were goods made?

A. The Industrial Revolution A change in production methods in the early 1800’s from human power to machine power. 1. Before the Industrial Revolution how were goods made? By hand in homes or small workshops.

A. The Industrial Revolution A change in production methods in the early 1800’s from human power to machine power. 1. Before the Industrial Revolution how were goods made? By hand in small workshops. 2. After the Industrial Revolution how were goods made?

A. The Industrial Revolution A change in production methods in the early 1800’s from human power to machine power. 1. Before the Industrial Revolution how were goods made? By hand in small workshops. 2. After the Industrial Revolution how were goods made? By machines in factories.

B. Mass Production To make, usually by machinery on an assembly line, goods in large numbers.

C. Major Inventions and Inventors 1. Eli Whitney

C. Major Inventions and Inventors 1. Eli Whitney Invents the system of interchangeable parts for guns.

C. Major Inventions and Inventors 2. Spinning Jenny James Hargreaves (1765) A hand-cranked machine that spun cotton into thread.

C. Major Inventions and Inventors

C. Major Inventions and Inventors 3. Water-frame Richard Arkwright (1768) A water driven machine that produced a stronger cotton thread.

C. Major Inventions and Inventors

C. Major Inventions and Inventors 4. Power Loom Edmund Cartwright (1785) Thread was woven into cloth by machine.

C. Major Inventions and Inventors

C. Major Inventions and Inventors 5. Steam Engine James Watt (1769) This engine powered the new textile machines.

C. Major Inventions and Inventors

C. Major Inventions and Inventors 6. Samuel Slater Memorized the plans for these machines and brought them to America.

D. Industrial Revolution in America

1. What is needed to build a successful factory?

D. Industrial Revolution in America

1. What is needed to build a successful factory? People to work in the factory and buy the products.

D. Industrial Revolution in America

D. Industrial Revolution in America 1. What is needed to build a successful factory? People to work in the factory and buy the products. Water to power the factories and transport goods.

D. Industrial Revolution in America

D. Industrial Revolution in America 1. What is needed to build a successful factory? People to work in the factory and buy the products. Water to power the factories and transport goods. 2. Where were most factories located in America in the early 1800’s?

D. Industrial Revolution in America 1. What is needed to build a successful factory? People to work in the factory and buy the products. Water to power the factories and transport goods. 2. Where were most factories located in America in the early 1800’s? New England

D. Industrial Revolution in America

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