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  • Seed Drill

    Seed Drill
    Jethro Tull
  • Flying Shuttle

    Flying Shuttle
    John Kay
  • Spinning Jenny

    Spinning Jenny
    James Hargreaves
  • Water Frame

    Water Frame
    Richard Arkwright
  • Capitalism

    Adam Smith, wrote The Wealth of Nations. Thomas Malthus, wrote An Essay on the Principle of Population. David Ricardo, wrote the Principles of Political Economy and Taxation.
  • Spinning Mule

    Spinning Mule
    Samuel Crompton
  • Power Loom

    Power Loom
    Edmund Cartwright's
  • Spinning Machine

    Spinning Machine
    Samuel Slater, used his memory to create the first spinning machine in the United States
  • Utilitarianism

    Jeremy Bentham, he introduced the philosophy of Utlitarianism. John Stuart led the utlitarian movement in the 1800's
  • United States

    United States
    United States began industrilization in the textile industry when Samuel Slater came over to the U.S with a memory of a machine and a partial design. Began to spread after the Civil War in 1865.
  • Railroad

    John McAdam, creator of the railroads
  • Manufacture of cloth

    Manufacture of cloth
    Francis Cabot Lowell, mechanized every stage in manufacturing cloth.
  • Industrialism in Egypt

    Industrialism in Egypt
    Muhammad Ali industrialized Egypt and reformed Egypt's governement when he took over as leader.
  • Socialism

    Charles Fourier and Saint Simon sparked the idea
  • Abolishment of slavery

    Abolishment of slavery
    William Wilberforce was the force behind abolishing slavery in Britain. He was a member of Parliment who fought for abolishment of slavery and became victorious in the fight in 1833
  • Factory Act of 1833

    Factory Act of 1833
    Parliment passed an act that made it illegal to hire children under the age of 9.
  • Communism

    Karl Marx created the idea of communism in his 23 page pamphlet called The Communist Manifesto.
  • Women

    Women fought for rights during this time period along with the abolishment of slavery. In the United States in 1848, the women's movement for rights began at the Seneca Falls Convention in Seneca, New York.
  • Standard Oil

    Standard Oil
    John D. Rockefeller
  • Carnegie Steel

    Carnegie Steel
    Andrew Carnegie