INDUSTRIALIZATION By: Chris Gould Lydia Gilmore Cassie Haywood
What is Industrialization? â€˘ It is the development of industries for the machine of industries production of goods. â€˘ Agriculture Revolution: increase of their landholding able them to cultivate larger fields.
Inventions • 1. Seed Drill- Jetfhro Tull-1701 • 2.Wheat Production-Cyrus McCormick1831 • 3.Electrial Signals over telegraph-Samuel F.B.Morse-1837 • 4.Sewing Machine- I.M Singer-1851 • 5.Telephone-Alexendar Graham Bell1876
Inventions • • • • • • • •
Spinning Jenny- James Hargreaves-1764 Water Frame- Richard Arkwight- 1769 Spinning Mule- Samuel Crompton- 1779 Steam Engine- James Watt- 1765 Steam Boat- Robert Fulton- 1807 Battery- Count Alessandro Volta- 1800 Gas Lighting- Freidicich Winzer- 1804 Lamp- Humphry Davy- 1804
Inventions Continued • • • • •
Tin Can- Peter Durand- 1810 Locomotive- George Stepencon- 1814 Soda Fountain- Samuel Fahenstock- 1819 Coca Cola- John Pemberton-1806 Roller Coaster-Edwin Prescott- 1898
Rail Roads • Rail Roads played a major role in America’s Industrialization. • 1st: Rail Road industrial growth gave manufacturer’s a cheap way to transport people. • 2nd: 100 to1,000 jobs for rail road workers and miners. • 3rd: Transport products.
Industrial Revolution • The Industrial Revolution began in Britain and it spread through the United States and Europe. • Industrialization began the textile industry. • The U.S remained agricultural until the Civil War ended in 1865.
Industrial Revolution Continued • The Industrial Revolution (1820-1870) was of great importance to the economic development of the U.S. • It was the production of the machine and factoring. • During the second Revolution the war between the U.S and Brittan manufacturing began to expand.
19th Century • A wide gap opened between the rich and poor during the 19th Century. • The business leaders believed the government should stay out of business and economic affairs. • The Reformers felt that the government needed to play an active role to improve conditions for the poor.
19th Century continued â€˘ Workers demanded more rights and protection. â€˘ The workers formed labor unions to increase influence.
Industrialization U.S.A â€˘ Wars changed Industrialization and expansion of the U.S and population. â€˘ They forced them to find new ways for them to get new food.
Child Labor • 5am: Children started work. • 12 noon: 40 minute lunch break. • 3pm: Kids started to get tired and adults whipped them to keep them awake. • 6pm: Kids had to eat on the run and get back to work. • 9pm: The day ended
Pictures of Inventions Telephone
Seed Drill Spinning Jenny Wheat Production
Water Frame Telegraph
Pictures of Inventions cont. Steam Engine Gas Lighting
Pictures of Inventions cont Locomotive Coca Cola
•By: Lydia Gilmore •Cassie Haywood •Chris Gould
Published on May 14, 2009