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Industry Review
People/Inventors
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Inventor of the Cotton Gin
Man given credit for the first successful
steamboatImmigrant who brought the secret of
England’s textile machines to the U.S.Man who demonstrated the possibility of
using interchangeable parts by assembling
guns from a pile of parts –
Inventor of a horse-drawn reaper that cut
grain faster –
Man who built the first efficient sewing
machine driven by a foot treadle –
Industry Review
People/Inventors
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Designer and builder of the first practical
steam locomotive –
Man who thought of dots and dashes to
convey messages across telegraph wires –
Man who improved farming by making
plowshares out of steel instead of cast iron –
Man who accidentally discovered that heating
rubber makes it more useful –
Man who made his fortune with steamships
and went on to control the New York Central
Railroad –
Man who developed a new factory where
spinning, dyeing, and weaving were together
in one building –
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Places
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Kind of community to which people began
moving to be near their work –
Section of the nation that welcomed the
invention of the cotton gin –
This connected Lake Erie and the Hudson
River –
Country in which the Industrial Revolution
began –
Sources of power along which early
factories were located –
River that the Erie Canal followed –
Section of the U.S. where most of the early
factories were found –
Industry Review
Places and Uses
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Two cities joined by the first telegraph line –
State that boasted the first water-powered
textile factory in the country –
River on which the Clermont was first seen –
Means of sending messages using the
telegraph –
Fee charged to use many roads in the
1800s –
Name given to the first steam locomotive –
Device that allowed messages to travel
rapidly between Europe and the U.S. –
Activity for which a post road was used –
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Places, People, and Essentials
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Place where workers make a product –
The first important factories in the United States –
Most of the work on the Southern plantations was
done by these people –
Term that describes the drastic change during the
1800s in the way things were produced and
distributed –
Process in which interchangeable parts allowed huge
amounts of goods to be produced –
People who came to the U.S. to work in factories –
Eli Whitney’s idea: a series of parts that would fit
any model of a given product –
War that spurred the growth of American
manufacturing –
Using tools and knowledge to improve conditions -
Industry Review
People/Inventors
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6.
Inventor of the Cotton Gin
 Eli Whitney
Man given credit for the first successful
steamboat Robert Fulton
Immigrant who brought the secret of
England’s textile machines to the U.S. Samuel Slater
Man who demonstrated the possibility of
using interchangeable parts by assembling
 Eli Whitney
guns from a pile of parts –
Inventor of a horse-drawn reaper that cut
 Cyrus McCormick
grain faster –
Man who built the first efficient sewing
machine driven by a foot treadle –
 Isaac Singer
Industry Review
People/Inventors
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
Designer and builder of the first practical
steam locomotive –
Man who thought of dots and dashes to
convey messages across telegraph wires –
Man who improved farming by making
plowshares out of steel instead of cast iron –
Man who accidentally discovered that heating
rubber makes it more useful –
Man who made his fortune with steamships
and went on to control the New York Central
Railroad –
Man who developed a new factory where
spinning, dyeing, and weaving were together
in one building –
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Peter Cooper

Samuel Morse

John Deere
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Charles
Goodyear
Cornelius
Vanderbilt
Francis Cabot
Lowell
Industry Review
Places
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
Kind of community to which people began
moving to be near their work –
Section of the nation that welcomed the
invention of the cotton gin –
This connected Lake Erie and the Hudson
River –
Country in which the Industrial Revolution
began –
Sources of power along which early
factories were located –
River that the Erie Canal followed –
Section of the U.S. where most of the early
factories were found –
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City
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South

Erie Canal

Great Britain
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Rivers
Mohawk R.

New England

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Places and Uses
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27.
Two cities joined by the first telegraph line –Washington DC
and Baltimore, MD
State that boasted the first water-powered
 Rhode Island
textile factory in the country –
River on which the Clermont was first seen –
 Albany
Means of sending messages using the
 Morse Code
telegraph –
Fee charged to use many roads in the  Toll
1800s –
Name given to the first steam locomotive – Tom Thumb
Device that allowed messages to travel  Telegraph
rapidly between Europe and the U.S. –
Activity for which a post road was used –  Mail delivery
Industry Review
Places, People, and Essentials
28.
29.
30.
31.
32.
33.
34.
35.
36.
Place where workers make a product –

The first important factories in the United States – 
Most of the work on the Southern plantations was
done by these people –

Term that describes the drastic change during the
1800s in the way things were produced and

distributed –
Process in which interchangeable parts allowed huge

amounts of goods to be produced –
People who came to the U.S. to work in factories –
Eli Whitney’s idea: a series of parts that would fit 

any model of a given product –

War that spurred the growth of American
manufacturing –
Using tools and knowledge to improve conditions - 
Factories
New England Textile
mills
Slaves
Industrial Revolution
Mass production
Immigrants
Interchangeable parts
War of 1812
Technology
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