The invention of machines began and they help us with everyday life.
Invention of lightning rod
The lightning rod which was invented by Benjamin Franklin was placed on the top of a building. When lightning hits the building, the rod would asborb the lightning and prevent anyone from being hurt.
Invention of Spinning Yenny
James Hargreaves invented this to make it easier for people to sow.
Patent of spinning frame
Richard Arkwright was an English industrialist who patented the water-powered spinning frame in 1769, and founded the world's first hydraulic cotton factory in Cromford, Derbyshire in 1771, one of the forerunners of the Industrial Revolution.
The spinning mule was used to spin cotton and other fibres in the mill.
Invention of cotton gin
Was used to quickly and easily seperate cotton fibres from their seeds.
Invention of the battery
The voltaic pile was the batteries original name.
The British banned slave trade.
This law was put into place because it was unfair towards dark skinned people and it breaches their rights.
Invention of steam boat
A ship that uses steam power to sail on the seas.
Invention of electromagnet
The electromagnet is a type of magnet that has a magnetic field that is produced by the flow of an electric current.
Invention of the telegraph
The telegraph was used by people to communicate to each other using morse code.
Invention of facsimile
Facsimile is a word for 'make alike'. Alexander Bain made copies of famous books so that people had a resource to use for studies in history.
Invention of the sewing machine
This machine was used in factories so that people didn't need to make their own clothes.
Invention of Bassemer Method for processing steel
Henry Bessemer invents a process for making steel out of iron. Having a way to make steel more quickly and more cheaply helps the production of building and leads to the growth of cities.
The theory of evolution
Charles Darwin spent years taking notes and finally showed everyone his theory.
Creation of dynamite
Dynamite creates a massive and lethal explosion. Was usually used to create holes to dig into.
Louis Pasteur develops vaccunes for diseases.
A chemist named Louis Pasteur believed that germs caused disease. Using this information, he created vaccines that helped prevent many common diseases, which helped people live longer.
Invention of the first telephone
Alexander Graham Bell invented the first telephone. He made the first call to Thomas A. Watson saying "Mr. Watson come here; I want you". Telephones first appeared in England but soon traveled to America. The first telephone in America appeared in Wisconsin in 1877.
Thomas Edison invents the incandescent lamp.
The incandescent lamp is an electric light which produces light with a filament wire heated to a high temperature by an electric current passing through it, until it glows.
The Brooklyn Bridge opens.
It was used to get to each side of the city quicker.
The first motorcycle was invented by Gottlieb Daimler.
This motorcycle had zero degrees of steering axis angle and no fork offset, which means it was a very unique motorcycle back then.
The Induction electric motor was invented.
Nikola Tesla invented the motor.
The first radio was invented.
Nikols Tesla invented the first radio after the Supreme Court rejected Marconi's invention of the radio. Not many people know Tesla created the radio.
The first zeppelin was built.
A rigid airship that was first flown commercially in 1910 by Deutsche Luftschiffahrts.
T Ford was made by Henry Ford.
Henry Ford created a car that was cheaper than any other cars on the market. This meant that more people could afford to buy a new car.