The Industrial Revolution
By Kevin Martinez Period 4 History
Hello I will be taking you through a quick tour through the Industrial Revolution. :)
Yayy huh. Well lets get started.
Our first person on our slide is Eli Whitney.
He was born on December 8, 1765 & died on January 8,1825.
He invented the cotton gin.
He contributed to the Industrial Revolution by making it easier to take off the seeds of the cotton.
Next person is.......
Our next person is Karl Marx.
Karl Marx was born on May 5, 1818 & died on on March 14, 1883
He thought of the idea of communism. And it became very popular in the Industrial Revolution
This is Alfred Nobel.
Alfred Nobel was born on October 21, 1833 & died on December 10, 1896
Alfred Nobel invented dynamite.
Alfred Nobel contributed to the Industrial Revolution by making it easier to go deeper into the mines.
This is Thomas Edison.
Thomas Edison was born on February 11, 1847 & died on October 18, 1941
He invented many types of inventions, like one of his greatest inventions was the light bulb.
He contributed to the Industrial Revolution by inventing many inventions that made that era a nicer place to live.
Orville And Wilbur Wright
These are the Wright Brothers
The one to your left is Orville & the one to your right is Wilbur.
Orville Wright was born on August 19, 1871 & died January 30, 1912.
Wilbur Wright was born on April 16, 1867 & died on May 30, 1912
They invented the first ever flying airplane.
They contributed to the Industrial Revolution by making people think of new ideas.
This is Louis Pasteur
Louis Pasteur was born on December 27, 1822 & died on September 28, 1895
He invented the vaccinations and pasterization.
He contributed to the Industrial Revolution by making the city a cleaner place.
Now were going to see some inventions of the Industrial Revolution
This is the Steam Engine
The Steam Engine was finally improved & made in the second half of the 18th century by James Watt.
In the era of Industrial Revolution the steam engine was used to enable a wide range of manufacturing machinery to be powered.
In this time period the steam engine is still used today. The steam engine is used to power nucleur power plants.
This is the steamboat
The steamboat was succesfully made in August 22, 1787 by John Fitch.
In the era of the Industrial Revolution the steamboat made it easier to ship and receive goods and the way that people travled
In this time period the steamboat is still used today. The steamboat is used in all nucleur powered ships and even in submarines.
This is the telegraph.
In 1809 the electric telegraph was invented by Samuel Soemmering.
In the era of the Industrial Revolution the telegraph was used to communicate from long distances.
The telegraph is still used today. It is used for the deaf as TTY/TTd machines and in police stations.
This is the first type of telephone.
The telephone was invented in March 7, 1876 by Alexander Graham Bell.
In the era of the Industrial Revolution the telephone was used to communicate verbally with people that were miles away.
The telephone is still used today. In this time period the telephone is still used the same way except with higher technology.
The enclosure system was a sytem where all the farms in the area became one farm and the people that owned the small farms had to leave and move into the city.
Labor Unions were an organized group of workers that demanded better benefits such as rights and safety and health.
Communism was the idea that a government gives an equal share to every citizen which were such as equal rights, health and money.