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12 1 the industrial revolution in america
12 1 the industrial revolution in america
12 1 the industrial revolution in america
12 1 the industrial revolution in america
12 1 the industrial revolution in america
12 1 the industrial revolution in america
12 1 the industrial revolution in america
12 1 the industrial revolution in america
12 1 the industrial revolution in america
12 1 the industrial revolution in america
12 1 the industrial revolution in america
12 1 the industrial revolution in america
12 1 the industrial revolution in america
12 1 the industrial revolution in america
12 1 the industrial revolution in america
12 1 the industrial revolution in america
12 1 the industrial revolution in america
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  • 1. CHAPTER 12: The North Section 1:The Industrial Revolution in America
  • 2. VOCABULARYTechnology: The tools used toproduce goods or to do workMass production: The efficientproduction of large numbers ofidentical goodsTextiles: Cloth itemsInterchangeable parts: Parts of amachine that are identical
  • 3. Occupations of Early Americans
  • 4. THE INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION Most early Americans werefarmers  Some worked in skilled trades Cities and populations grew
  • 5. THE INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION Not enough goods could beproduced for everybody New technology was needed inorder to find a way to mass producegoodsThe Industrial Revolution was aperiod of rapid growth in usingmachines for manufacturing andproduction
  • 6. THE INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION Started in England in the textileindustry
  • 7. Early ways to Produce Textiles
  • 8. THE TEXTILE INDUSTRY Richard Arkwright invented thewater frame
  • 9. Water Frame and Textile Mill
  • 10. THE TEXTILE INDUSTRY Textile production up, prices down Unskilled workers hired to runmill
  • 11. THE TEXTILE INDUSTRY Samuel Slatermemorizesdesign ofmachines andgoes to America Northerncities buildmany mills
  • 12. THE TEXTILE INDUSTRY Southern areas do not  Slavery & lack of rivers
  • 13. Early Firearms Industry
  • 14. Early Firearms Industry
  • 15. THE FIREARMS INDUSTRY Eli Whitney developed machinesthat could make interchangeable parts  Easier to assemble Broken parts easier to replace
  • 16. Mass Production

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