The Industrial Revolution
By Juan Romero
& Fernando Daniel
Eli Whitney was a American inventor, he was best known for inventing the cotton gin. This was one of the main iventions for the Industrial Revolution, and it also shaped the economy of the antebellum south.
Karl Marx was a German philosopher, economist, socialigist,history journalist, and revolutionary socialist. Marx's work in economics led to the bacis for the latest understanding of labor, and its relation to the capital.
James Watt was a Scottish inventor, and a mechanical engineer. His improvements to the newcomen steam engine were basic to the industrial revolution in both his ethnic great britain, and the rest of the world.
Alfred Nobel was a Swedish chemist, engineer, innovator, and a armanents
manufacturer. He was also, the inventor of dynamite.
Thomas Malthus was a british cleric, and scholar. He was an influental person in the fields of political economy, and demography. He only used his middle name, which was Robert.
Thomas Robert Malthus
Henry Bessemer was an english engineer, inventor, and businessman. Bessemer's name is mostly known in connection with the Bessemer process for the manufacture of steel.
The Steam Engine was a heat that performed mechanical work using steam as its working fluid. It was the main sources to the Industrial Revolution. It provided many forms of transportation.
The Spinning Jenny was a mulit-spindle spinning frame. This invention minimized the amount of work needed to make yarn.
The Steam Boat was a ship in which the first way of propulsion was steam powered. The Steam Boat played a big part in the Industrial revolution.
The Telegraph was an invention that revolutionized comunication during The Industrial Revolution.It improved the American way.
The Enclosure System contributed to the Industrial Revolution because it lead the process of inclosing with fences, ditches, hedges, and other barriers.
The urbanization in the 1800's contributed to the industrial revolution by centering business and industrialization in the cities. The increasing number of factories created intense need for labor. That convinced people in rural areas to move to the cities.
Communism in the industrial revolution is the political theory in which all property and wealth is owned by a classes society and its members. For example, in the industrial revolution, Karl Marx encouraged the lower classes to overthrow throw upper classes.