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Aim: What were the causes of the Industrial Revolution? Do Now: Define the terms: Samuel Slater, textile, mass production
Caues Causes Interchangeable Parts Assembly LinesInventions
Interchangeable Parts Identical parts that can be substituted in the manufacture or repair of a product Invented by Eli Whitney to make muskets for the U.S. government
Assembly Lines Each worker adding one part in order to create a finished product Used first in Lowell’s textile (clothes) factories Resulted in the construction of factories across the Northern U.S.
Inventions Eli Whitney – Cotton gin Elias Howe – Sewing Machine Robert Fulton – Steam Boat Francis Cabot Lowell and Samuel Slater – Assembly lines and factories