BJU World Studies, chapter 13
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Planting different crops in the same field each year.
Businesses from houses; Wool was spun and merged to make cloth
Efficiently placed seeds in a row across a plot of land.
Invented the seed drill.
Separated the wheat from the husks and stalks quickly with few men.
Invented the threshing machine
Processes cotton faster.
Invented the cotton gin
Farmers cut wheat much more quickly.
Invented the reaping machine
Plowed fields and dug drainage channels.
Invented the steam tractor.
Large buildings to house multiple large weaving machines
Provided necessary power to pull heavy loads in the form of tractors. Also powered most machines used to be driven by animals.
Improved the steam engine
Wove the strands of cotton into cloth.
Invented the flying shuttle
Quickly spun many strands of cotton into thread.
Invented the spinning jenny
Men who developed businesses and then sold thier inventions.
One of the most famous entrepreneurs. Also got the government to protect several inventions with patents that prevented others from making similar devices for several years.
Similar to a license; prevents others from making a similar device for several years
money provided by bankers and wealthy investors to businesses
1833 Factory Act
Placed limits on child labor.
Barred women and boys under the age of ten from working in the mines.
Ten Hour Bill
Restricted women and children to working a ten-hour day in any British industry.
One of the greatest preachers that period;traveled throughout the country on horseback preaching.
Had an international ministry. Preached in outdoor masses. Played a key role in the Great Awakening, before American Rev.
A former slave ship captain; wrote "Amazing Grace."
Won Parliament seat in 1780. Lead the effort to abolish slavery in the British Empire.
Committee for the Abolition of the Slave Trade
Quakers and Anglicans united their efforts.
Editor of the newspaper The Liberator; one of the most famous American abolitionists.
one of the two most famous American abolitionists; former slave, as a persuasive spokesman for abolition.
the full-time employment of children for work otherwise done by adults
part of Industrial Revolution; large population growth during this time
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