Woomer- Industrialization- chapter 9

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    industrialization revolution

  • Jethro Tull

    Jethro Tull
    Jethro Tull was an agriculturist who improved the horse-drawn seed drill.
  • John Kay

    John Kay
    John Kay invented the flying shuttle and formed a partnership in Colchester to begin fly-shuttle manufacturing.
  • James Watt

    James Watt
    James Watt developed the idea of using horsepower.
  • Thomas Robert Malthus

    Thomas Robert Malthus
    Malthus has become widely known for his theories concerning population and its increase or decrease in response to various factors.
  • David Ricardo

    David Ricardo
    David Ricardo was one of the most influential of the classical economists
  • Samuel Crompton

    Samuel Crompton
    Samuel Crompton was the inventor of the spinning mule
  • George Stephenson (1829)

    George Stephenson (1829)
    George Stephenson and his son created a locomotive called The Rocket.
  • Samuel B. Morse

    Samuel B. Morse
    Samuel B. Morse developed the telegraph
  • The year 1812

    The year 1812
    The population of Manchester passed 100,000.
  • Lowell, Massachusetts

    Lowell, Massachusetts
    Lowell is considered the "Cradle of the American Industrial Revolution" because it was the first largest factory town in America.
  • The Year 1830

    The Year 1830
    British industrial production increased
  • The Year 1831

    The Year 1831
    A huge Cholera outbreak occured during 1831- 1832.
  • The Slavery Abolition Act of 1833 (Britain abolishes slavery)

    The Slavery Abolition Act of 1833 (Britain abolishes slavery)
    Parliament passed this act that abolished slavery throughout most of the British Empire.
  • Factory Act of 1833

    Factory Act of 1833
    The Factory Acts were a series of Acts passed by the Parliament of the United Kingdom to limit the number of hours worked by women and children first in the textile industry, then later in all industries.
  • Public School Systems

    Public School Systems
    Until the 1840s the education system was highly localized and available only to wealthy people.
  • Ten Hours Act of 1847

    Ten Hours Act of 1847
    the Ten Hours Act, restricted the working hours of women and children in British factories to effectively 10 hours per day.
  • The Year 1848

    The Year 1848
    Capitalism and the Industrial Revolution went hand-in-hand with the Western European countries' liberal traditions
  • The Year 1865

    The Year 1865
    The nation expanded greatly in this year.
  • Standard Oil- Carnagie Steel

    Standard Oil- Carnagie Steel
    Carnegie Steel, was founded by Scottish immigrant and railroad entrepreneur Andrew Carnegie. John D. Rockefeller created Standard Oil of Ohio in 1870.
  • New Harmony (Robert Owen)

    New Harmony (Robert Owen)
    Robert Owen later translated his ideas to the United States, attempting to establish a Community of Equality at New Harmony
  • Start of the Women's Rights Movement

    Start of the Women's Rights Movement
    Women's rights are entitlements and freedoms claimed for women and girls of all ages in many societies.
  • The Year 1904

    The Year 1904
    Corporations began to grow bigger and bigger. Railroads, steel, oil, and many other industries saw huge corporations take over most of the production.
  • The Year 1919

    The Year 1919
    The Induztrialization Revolution came to an end.