spinning jennyIt was invented by james hargreaves. This invention was used to weave clothe together to make clothing, etc.
It increased clothing production & the need for cotton.
steam engineinvented by james watt.
engine powered by steam from boiling water.
used in boatsand trains for transportation.
ised in the mills power looms (mills could be built anywhere now)
thresherinvented by andrew meikle.
seperate grains from stalk.
increased productionin the agricultural indusrty & farming trade.
factory systemsamuel slater secretly brought the ideas to america.
hundreds of people work in one place manufacturing products.
people move to city, work by the clock, and earn a wage.
cotton gininvented by eli whitney.
seperated seeds from cotton.
incresed demand for cotton, which increased demand for slaves.
iterchangeable partsinvented by eli whitney.
replacement pieces of the exact specifications.
parts that are exactly alike.
production came faster.
repairs easier & cheaper.
decreased need for skilled labor.
steam boatinvented by robert fulton.
boats powered by steam engines rather than water wheels.
transportation became easier & faster and cities such as st. louis developed.
aided in the westward expansion.
national roadproposed by albert gallitin.
road built from marylan to virginia.
easier route to the appalchian mountains.
allowed people to move about the country easier and aided with settlement of new areas.
erie canalproposed by john calhoun.
waterway that linked NY with buffalo.
opened up ohio for transportationof farm products & developement.
westward expansion made easier.
mechanical reaperinvented by cyrus mc-cormick.
cut ripe grains (oats, barley, or wheat)
made production easier.
steel plowinvented by john deere.
steel plow did not break or dull in the hard, clay, rocky soil.
increased production and settlers expanded west.
telegraphinvented by samuel morse.
device used to send messages.
improved communication by making it faster.
connected regions of the country together.