Agricultural and
Industrial revolutions
     “Growing” an economy
Introduction of Dutch techniques

❖   Cornelius Vermuyden
    (knighted in
    1629)brought new
    technology to
    enco...
Jethro Tull
❖   Introduced Seed Drill to
    England in 1701
Charles Townshend

❖   English politician

❖   Introduced four-field crop
    rotation (wheat, barley, turnips,
    clover)...
Bakewell and Coke


❖   Selective breeding of
    healthy and sturdy
    livestock
Inclosure Acts 1750-1845

❖   7 million public acres enclosed for private use

❖   21% of English farmland enclosed

❖   F...
Newcomen’s Steam Engine

❖   Designed in 1712 to draw lying
    water out of mines

❖   could get water out from a depth
 ...
Watt’s Steam Engine

❖   Finished in
    1775

❖   Replaced
    Newcomen’s

❖   Made by Watt
    and Boulton
Flying Shuttle


  made by John Kay of
      Lancashire
Spinning Jenny
Made by James Hargraves in Lancashire
Arkwright’s Water Frame


     ❖   Richard
         Arkwright
         of Preston,
         Lancashire
Spinning Mule
by Samuel Crompton
    of Lancashire
A Lancashire Cotton Mill
The production of iron
Portland Cement
Canals
Viaducts
The Rocket! 1830
Liverpool-Manchester Railway
John MacAdam makes “tarmac”


        ❖   Adding tar to
            concrete to make
            pavement

        ❖   Sco...
Slave labor conditions
Robert Owen
Crystal Palace
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  • Euroargiandindusrev

    1. 1. Agricultural and Industrial revolutions “Growing” an economy
    2. 2. Introduction of Dutch techniques ❖ Cornelius Vermuyden (knighted in 1629)brought new technology to encourage: ❖ Irrigation ❖ Drainage ❖ Changes in river directions
    3. 3. Jethro Tull ❖ Introduced Seed Drill to England in 1701
    4. 4. Charles Townshend ❖ English politician ❖ Introduced four-field crop rotation (wheat, barley, turnips, clover) to feed people and livestock from all fields with no fallow
    5. 5. Bakewell and Coke ❖ Selective breeding of healthy and sturdy livestock
    6. 6. Inclosure Acts 1750-1845 ❖ 7 million public acres enclosed for private use ❖ 21% of English farmland enclosed ❖ Fewer workers needed per acre due to new technology ❖ Large-scale migration to urban areas resulted, with unemployment and urban slums as a result
    7. 7. Newcomen’s Steam Engine ❖ Designed in 1712 to draw lying water out of mines ❖ could get water out from a depth of 150 feet ❖ Did the job of 500 horses ❖ Not the most efficient machine ever!
    8. 8. Watt’s Steam Engine ❖ Finished in 1775 ❖ Replaced Newcomen’s ❖ Made by Watt and Boulton
    9. 9. Flying Shuttle made by John Kay of Lancashire
    10. 10. Spinning Jenny Made by James Hargraves in Lancashire
    11. 11. Arkwright’s Water Frame ❖ Richard Arkwright of Preston, Lancashire
    12. 12. Spinning Mule by Samuel Crompton of Lancashire
    13. 13. A Lancashire Cotton Mill
    14. 14. The production of iron
    15. 15. Portland Cement
    16. 16. Canals
    17. 17. Viaducts
    18. 18. The Rocket! 1830
    19. 19. Liverpool-Manchester Railway
    20. 20. John MacAdam makes “tarmac” ❖ Adding tar to concrete to make pavement ❖ Scottish inventor
    21. 21. Slave labor conditions
    22. 22. Robert Owen
    23. 23. Crystal Palace
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