TOG Year 3 Week 3 People to Know (Reverse)
|Richard Arkwright, water frame|| |
(1733-1792)_________________ invented the ______________, a cotton spinning machine which made it much easier to spin cotton thread and helped revolutionize the textile industry.
|Edmund Cartwright, steam-powered loom|| |
(1743-1823) An Englishman, ____________________, created a __________________ for weaving cotton into cloth. His invention helped revolutionize the textile industry.
|Henry Cort, grooved rollers, puddling furnace|| |
(1740-1800) A British ironmaker, _________________, improved _______________ in 1783 and patented a ______________________ which was a greatly improved version of a former model. These influenced the iron-making industry in Britain.
|Samuel Crompton, spinning mule|| |
(1753-1827) An English inventor and weaver, _________________ invented the "_______________" which helped revolutionize the textile industry leading to the Industrial Revolution.
|Abraham Darby, use of coke to smelt iron|| |
(1677?-1717) English inventor and metalworker, ____________________, transformed the metal industry by perfecting the __________________________. This was a significant development in the process of shaping iron and dramatically increased production.
|Robert Fulton, Clermont, steamboat, Hudson River|| |
(1765-1815) American inventor, engineer, and artist, ___________________, is best known for the ____________, the first successful American ___________, which first navigated the waters of the the ______________ in 1807.
|James Watt, steam engine|| |
(1736-1819) The improvements of Scottish inventor and engineer, _______________, to the ______________ contributed to many of the advancements achieved during the Industrial Revolution.
|Eli Whitney, cotton gin|| |
1765-1825) An American, _______________, invented the ______________ that revolutionized the cotton market and the economy of the South.
|Samuel Slater, Arkwright water frame, water frame|| |
(1768-1835) _______________ memorized the plans for the ___________________________ in England, disguised himself, fled to the United States, built the ________________ from the blueprint in his mind, and founded the United State's first spinning mill.
|Francis Cabot Lowell, whole process of cotton manufacturing|| |
(1775-1817) American business man and factory owner, __________________________, was the first to conduct the __________________________________ under the same roof.
|John Kay, flying shuttle|| |
(1704-1764?) British inventor, ______________, created the "_____________" that transformed the process of weaving.
|Thomas Newcomen, steam engine, James Watt|| |
(1663-1729) English inventor, ______________, created the first successful ______________ in 1712 which _____________ would later improve.
|Richard Trevithick, steam locomotive|| |
(1771-1833) British inventor and engineer, _____________________, created the _____________________.
|John Stevens, locomotive, railroad|| |
(1749-1838) American engineer, _______________, built the first American ______________ and received a charter to build the first __________ in the United States.
|Robert Owen, housing and meals, created schools|| |
(1771-1858) Welsh social reformer, ______________, sought to reform conditions in cotton mills by providing ___________________ for his workers, lessening their hours, and increasing their wages. He also eliminated the hiring of children under ten years old and ______________ for the younger children.
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- "Abraham Darby, use of coke to smelt iron" image
- "Robert Fulton, Clermont, steamboat, Hudson River" image
- "James Watt, steam engine" image
- "Eli Whitney, cotton gin" image
- "Samuel Slater, Arkwright water frame, water frame" image
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- "John Kay, flying shuttle" image
- "Thomas Newcomen, steam engine, James Watt" image
- "Richard Trevithick, steam locomotive" image
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