We think you have liked this presentation. If you wish to download it, please recommend it to your friends in any social system. Share buttons are a little bit lower. Thank you!
Presentation is loading. Please wait.
Published byMarkus Jarmon
Modified over 2 years ago
Life without these? NO WAY!! A Brief Look At Innovations during and shortly before the 2 nd Industrial Revolution (1870-1900)
Refrigerator 1834Jacob Perkins
Morse Code 1837Samuel F.B. Morse
Elevator 1853Elisha Graves Otis
Ice Cream 1851Jacob Fussell
Roller Skates 1863James Plimpton
Chewing Gum 1870Thomas Adams
Typewriter 1873Christopher Latham Sholes
Telephone Alexander Graham Bell 1876
Light Bulb Thomas Edison Late 1879 (Arc lamp outdoor street lighting: Charles Brush- early 1879) Lewis Latimer Wizard of Menlo Park The young Edison The aged Edison 1 st Incandescent Light bulb (Long-lasting Indoor bulb)
Edisons Menlo Park Inventions Vote Recorder 1868 Printing Telegraph1869 Stock Ticker 1869 Automatic Telegraph1872 Electric Pen1876 Gramophone1877 Carbon Telephone Transmitter 1877 Carbon Telephone Transmitter 1877 Phonograph1877 Dynamo1877 Light Bulb1879 Electric Motor1881 Talking Doll1886 Projecting Kinetoscope1897 Storage Battery 1900
Chain Stores: Chain Stores: Ever Heard of WALMART???? Frank W. Woolworth 1879- Lancaster, PA 1 st Chain store: F.W. Woolworth & Co 5 and 10 Cent Store
Organized Labor Unions 1869-1900s
Fountain Pen 1884 L. E. Waterman
Electric Toothbrush 1885Dr. G.A. Scott
Dishwasher 1886Josephine Cochran
Revolving Door 1888Theophilu von Kannel
Breakfast Cereal 1893William Kellogg
Zipper 1893Whitcomb Judson
Imagine living without some of these 19 th Century Innovations!
Define: Assembly line – mass production Explain inventions/inventors of the late 1800s – impact on American life Communication – Cyrus Field – Alexander.
Inventions Chap. 19 Sec. 2. Changed in Communication Due to the vast distance people could now travel a need to stay connected developed. The Telegraph-
Chapter 6 – The Second Industrial Revolution
Chapter 4, Lesson 1 Inventors Change the World
Inventions and other major U.S. Industries
Inventing the Future A Photo biography Thomas Alva Edison Of
Ch Notes Inventions Mrs. Manley. New inventions improved transportation & communication networks--- essential for growth of industry! Inventions.
Ch. 26 Sec. 4 Nineteenth Century Progress
Other Major U.S. Industries Mr. Leasure American History Buckeye Local High School.
The Expansion of industry
Inventors of the Industrial Revolution Eli Whitney.
Section 5-1 The Rise of Industry. Natural Resources Fuel Industrialization Three major factors leading to the industrial boom: 1. a wealth of natural.
The Gilded Age Technology.
The Gilded Age: Dealt with corruption in American Politics after Civil War along with Industrialization, and Inventions that led to Expansion, and Growth.
The Age of Invention Main Idea: Important innovations in transportation and communication occurred during the 2 nd Industrial Revolution.
The Machine age New technology
Age of Invention Chapter 19 Section 2. Communication Samuel Morse invented The Telegraph-People could send messages instantly. Cyrus Field- telegraph.
What natural resources were key to U.S. industrialization? How did inventions in the period effect business and social life? Things you will learn:
Section 1 The Growth of Industry. Section 1 Objectives To identify factors that nurtured the industrial revolution To explain how business cycles reflected.
Industrialization of America From “Rags to Riches”
Industrialization ESSENTIAL QUESTION: What factors encouraged economic growth in the decades after the Civil War?
What is the most important? Why? Typewriter Phonograph Telegraph Telephone.
Thomas Edison By Hercelyn R. Rencher.
Inventions Chapter 19, Section 2 Pgs Assembly Line Each worker performs an assigned task again and again at a certain stage in the production.
America became an economic world power after the Civil War. New inventions and technologies helped to fuel this growth. This period ( ) is known.
Inventors during the late 1800s. Elijah McCoy McCoy invented the oil dripping cup for steam engines. It was a way to lubricate the engine. Many people.
A Technological Revolution Changes in Daily Life from due to inventions.
Inventors - AP. IsaacSinger IsaacSinger(1851) first commercially successful sewing machine.
NEW INVENTORS AND THEIR INVENTIONS Chpt.4:1
Lecture 9 Technology in America. Early 19th Century Eli Whitney – invention of the cotton gin John H. Hall – American system of production Cyrus H. McCormick.
Chapter 9 Section 1 The Rise of Industry
Gilded Age: Expansion of Industry. United States in 1860 Economy: –Mainly farming Smaller farms in the _____ Large farms dominated in _________ Still.
Technological Innovations By Kevin Tram Lightning Rod Benjamin Franklin 1776 Submarine David Bushnell's "Turtle" 1794 Cotton Gin Eli Whitney 1797.
American History Chapter 14-4
Bethel Elementary School Social Studies
A TECHNOLOGICAL REVOLUTION Life after the Civil War.
An Industrial Society The Growth of Industry. 1. How did immigration affect industry? Immigration affect industry by bringing more skilled and unskilled.
In your notebook make a quick sketch of each innovation/invention
American Inventions and Innovations. Samuel Slater Father of the US Factory System.
Inventions Change the Nation
DO NOW – Guess Who? What do these people have in common? Alexander Graham Bell Thomas Edison Lewis Waterman James Ritty Jan Matzeliger What.
1. WHICH RESOURCES PLAYED CRUCIAL ROLES IN INDUSTRIALIZATION?
“The Expansion of Industry” Terms Edwin L Drake Bessemer process Thomas Edison Christopher Sholes Alexander Graham Bell.
The Industrial Revolution In the decades following the Civil War, the United States became an industrial giant. Old industries expanded and many new ones,
Inventors and Inventions
The Expansion of Industry Natural Resources, Recovery & Refining Techniques, and New Inventions.
CHAD KRANZUSCH BRADY BUCHBERGER Innovations during the Gilded Age
Industrialization America 1865 – The Second Industrial Revolution Cause: The abundance of STEEL.
© 2017 SlidePlayer.com Inc. All rights reserved.