Darghali-Industrial Revolution-Chapter 9

  • Jethro Tull

    Jethro Tull
    In 1701 Jethro Tull created a seed drill, which boosted the amount of crops.
  • John Kay

    John Kay
    In 1733 John Kay invented the Flying Shuttle which increased the productivity of weaving
  • James Watt

    James Watt
    In 1765 James Watt created a new way that steam engines could work faster and more efficiently while using less fuel.
  • Samuel Crompton

    Samuel Crompton
    In 1779 Samuel Crompton combined the Spinny Jenny and the Water frame, and he creating the Spinning Mule
  • Malthus

    In 1798 Thomas Malthus argued that population tended to increase more rapidly than the food supply in An Essay on the Principle of Population
  • William Cockerill

    William Cockerill
    In 1799 Willaim Cockerill ilegally made his way to Belgium
  • Standard Oil- Carnegie Steel

    Standard Oil- Carnegie Steel
    In the late 1800's the Standard oil created by Rockfeller and the Carnegie Steel created by Carnegie sprang up.
  • Britain Blockades The U.S

    Britain Blockades The U.S
    In the War of 1812 Britain Blockaded the United States
  • American Textile Industry Revolutionized

    American Textile Industry Revolutionized
    In 1813 with the help of 4 inventors Francis Cabot Lowell Revolutionized the American Textile Industry
  • Ricardo

    In 1817 David Ricardo went farther on Malthus' theory and created a book called Principles of Political Economy and Taxation
  • Lowell, Massachusetts

    Lowell, Massachusetts
    In the late 1820's Lowel, Massachusetts, named after Francis, had become a model city, with a booming economy.
  • New Harmony

    New Harmony
    In 1825 Robert Owen founded a cooperative community in Indiana Called New Harmony
  • Stephenson and his Son

    Stephenson and his Son
    In 1829,when the track was laid, Stephenson and his Son created the Rocket, which won the trial.
  • Liverpool- Machester Railway

    Liverpool- Machester Railway
    In 1830, the great sucess, the Liverpool- Manchester Railway was opened
  • Alexis de Tocqueville

    Alexis de Tocqueville
    In 1830 Alexis de Tocqueville witenessed the brutal conditions of the U.S prisons
  • Factory Act

    Factory Act
    In 1833 Parliament passed the Factory Act of 1833 to help the factory working conditions.
  • Samuel B Morse

    Samuel B Morse
    In 1837 Samuel B Morse was the first to send electrical signals over a telagraph.
  • Ten Hours Act

    Ten Hours Act
    In 1847 Parliament passed a bill that helped children and mothers, it was the Ten Hour Act, which limited the workday to 10 hours for children and women.
  • Communist Manifesto

    Communist Manifesto
    In 1848 the Communist Manifesto was published and had some results that didn't last long. It was created by Karl Marx and Frederick Engels
  • Beginning of the movement for Women's Rights

    Beginning of the movement for Women's Rights
    in 1848 the Movement for Women's Rights began in the United States
  • Public School Systems

    Public School Systems
    In the 1850s public school systems had begun
  • Civil War

    Civil War
    The Civil War in 1865 ended the slavery in the United States
  • Britain Abolishes Slavery

    Britain Abolishes Slavery
    In 1888 Britain Abolished Slavery
  • National Child Labor Committee

    National Child Labor Committee
    In 1904 a group of people called the National Child Labor Committee was created to try and end child labor
  • U.S Supreme Court

    U.S Supreme Court
    In 1919 the United States Supreme Court objected one of the child labor laws.