Technological Innovations Between 1876-1920 Margaret Peach Houston Elementary School
Great Innovations Telephone/Telegraph Mass Produced Automobile Incandescent Lamp Motion Pictures Kinetoscope Ornithopter Gramophone Just to name a few!
Our Focus Alexander Graham Bell Thomas Alva Edison Henry Ford The Innovations of : Bell Edison Ford
Alexander Graham Bell 1876-Invents telephone at 29 years old Four years to develop First words spoken over electricity First words on phone- Mr. Watson come here I need you. 1877 forms Bell Telephone which becomes AT&T Diverse interests from sheep breeding to hydrofoils Driven by genius First Telephone
Bells Original Drawing for the Telephone and Watsons Notebook Watsons Notes Concerning the Telephone
Bell in Pictures Early Advertisement for AT&T Original Patent for Bells Telephone Bells Original Drawing For The Telephone
Henry Ford Mass Production Model T in 1908 1913 Continuous Assembly Line combines: precision manufacturing division of labor interchangeable parts Affordable and Efficient Automobile His innovations made him an international celebrity Changed American transportation forever
Ford In Pictures Ford Assembly Line 1 st & 10 Millionth Car Ford Model T Driving A Model T Henry Ford racing the 1 st Ford Racer
Edison and Ford Great Minds Think Alike Henry Ford and Thomas Edison friends, colleagues, and business partners.
Thomas Alva Edison 1,093 Patents 1,093 Patents Tremendous impact on modern life Tremendous impact on modern life Inventor of the Incandescent Lamp in 1878 Inventor of the Incandescent Lamp in 1878 Developed Menlo Park, an invention factory Developed Menlo Park, an invention factory Many interests ranging from recorded sound to motion pictures to electricity Many interests ranging from recorded sound to motion pictures to electricity The Incandescent Lamp is his most famous invention. The Incandescent Lamp is his most famous invention.
Edison In Pictures Edison In His Lab Edison Inventing Edisons Factory Edison Relaxing Early ad for Edison Lamp
Incandescent Lamp and Lightbulb Can You See The Difference?
Innovation is 1% inspiration and 99% perspiration. Thomas Edison
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