Early Industrial Revolution and Inventions

Timeline created by Kaitlin Chan
  • The First Spinning Mill- Samuel Slater

    The First Spinning Mill- Samuel Slater
    The first Spinning Mill was made by Samuel Slater in 1771. His spinning mill industrialized spinning yarn instead of using spinning wheels. The spinning mill was first powered by water, but later evolved to having a electronic motor.
  • The Thresing Machine-Andrew Meikle

    The Thresing Machine-Andrew Meikle
  • Interchangeable Parts- Eli Whitney- 1803

  • The Cotton Gin- Eli Whitney

    The Cotton Gin- Eli Whitney
  • Photography-Joseph Niepce

    Photography-Joseph Niepce
  • The Steam-powered Locomotive (Tom Thumb) - Peter Cooper

  • The Mechanical Reaper-Cyrus McCormick

    The Mechanical Reaper-Cyrus McCormick
  • The Light Weight Plow- John Deere

  • The Steamboat (Claremont) - Robert Fulton

  • The Telegraph-Samuel Morse

    The Telegraph-Samuel Morse
    The telegraph was important because it allowed society to become more social. People could talk to each other from long distances, allowing them to know how others were doing without the expense of having to take a train there.