Middle Ages

  • Jethro Tull

    A scientific farmers, who invented the seed drill to plant seeds in the ground with out using your hands.
  • John Kay

    A machinist who made a shuttle and that sped back and forth on wheels.
  • James Watt

    A mathematical insturment insturment maker at the University of Glasgow in scotland, figured out a way to make the steam engines work faster and more efficiently while burning less fuel.
  • Samuel Crompton

    He combined features of the spinning jenny and the water frame to produce the spinning mule.
  • malthus

    wrote the essay "An essay on the principle of Population"
  • Willam cockerill

    he illegally went to Belgium and brought spinning machine plans with him.
  • Period: to

    standard oil -Carnagie steel

    the companies did what ever they needed to do to get a big profit
  • The War of 1812

    during the war the british blockade the u.s. trying to keep them from engaging international trade.
  • Revolutionized

    fracis cabot lowell of boston revolutionized the american textile mill.
  • ricardo

    he wrote a book ,that was on step further then malthus's book, called "Principles of Political Economy and Taxation"
  • Lowell , massachusetts

    Lowell , Massachusetts had a booming manufactoring center and model for other such towns.
  • New Harmony

    robert owen founded cooperative commuity and named it new hamony a year after he came to America.
  • locomotive trails

    trails held to chose the best locomotive for use on the new line.
  • Railroad Opening

    the fisrt day they used the railroad
  • american prisons

    a french writer named alexis de tocqueville had seem the conditions for american prisoners.
  • factory act of 1833

    this law was to stop labor abuse of children . children under nine couldnt work and children 9 - 12 could work more then 8 hour and kids 13 - 17 couldnt work more then 12 hours
  • Britain abolishes slavery

    britain finally ended slavery
  • Samuel B. Morse

    A New England painter, first sent electrical signals over a teleagraph creating Morse Code.
  • ten hours act of 1847

    parliament passed a bill saying that working women as well as their children limited the work days to ten hours
  • communist manifesto

    communist manifesto is a book write by karl marx and friedrich angels arguing about how society is dividing in to warring classes.
  • beginning of the movement for women's rights

    women wanted the same rights as men but wherent given it until they decided to fight back.
  • public school systems

    many states where starting public school systems.
  • ending of slavery

    enslavement end in the u.s. when the unoin won the civil war.
  • national child labor committee

    they started trying to stop child labor and limited hours to work.
  • child labor laws

    the u.s. supreme court objected to a federal child labor law , ruling that it interfrered with states' rights to regulate labor.