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Industrial Revolution Inventions of the 1750-1850

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Kira Gudgell

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Industrial Revolution Inventions of the 1750-1850
By Kira Gudgell
Inventor: James Hargreaves
Invention: The Spinning Jenny. This machine could spin several threads of cloth at once.
When: Clear back in 1764.
Where: America
How: This increased the work load, and the amount that they were able to complete in a work day.
Why: This lead the way of more inventions like the sewing machine and surger.
James Hargreaves & Spinning Jenny
Who: Eli Whiteny
What: The Interchangeable Parts
When: 1978
Where: America
How: It allowed to change parts when the old parts broke or wore down. Saving time and money.
Why: This now allows us today to be able to change parts up for different jobs, ie. drill.
Eli Whitney & Interchangeable Parts
Who: Samuel B. Morse
What: The Telegraph, Morse Code
When: 1844
Where: America
How: This allowed people to talk to one another from a long distance without letters, it took less time.
Why: This lead the way to phones, and how we contact people.
Samuel B.Morse & Telegraph/Morse Code
Who: Samuel Slater
What: The Factory System
When: 1789
Where: First England, then brought over to America
How: This increased the number of people working at one time, and how much work could get done.
Why: This new system now allows us today to make products in one day to a week, that used to take months.
Samuel Slater & the Factory System
Robert Fulton & Steamboat
Who: Robert Fulton
What: Steamboat
When: 1807
Where: America
How: This allowed people to travel farther and faster than before.
Why: This lead the way to new ideas, and ways to travel.
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