in 25 August 1819 was a scottish inventor mechanical engineer and chemist who improved on thomas newcomens in 1712
the spinning jenny is invented
1764 - 1765
the spinning jenny is a multispindle spinning frame and was one of the key developments in the industrializationof weaving during the early industrial revolution
1791 - 1872
Samuel Morse invents the telegraph, which allows messages to be sent quickly over a wire. By 1860, telegraph wires stretch from the east coast of the United States west of the Mississippi River.
Eli whitney Invents Cotton gin
1793 - 1794
used a combination of a wire screen and small wire hooks to pull the cotton through while brushes continuously removed the loose cotton lint to prevent james.
the steam locomotive was placed on a wagon and served as a railroad traction
1800 - 1930
the vehicels yhat run on rail road or tracks and are powerd by steam engines
Elias Howe invents the sewing machine.
1846 - 1867
after much litigation his rights were finally estasblished in 1854 and from then until 1867
Elisha Otis invents the elevator safety break.
1853 - 1857
Elevators were already invented by 1853, but people worried about elevator cars falling. Elisha Otis invents a safety break to prevent them from falling if a cable breaks, making people feel more confident about using elevators in tall buildings.
The Bessemer Method for processing steel is invented.
1855 - 1973
Henry Bessemer invents a process for making steel out of iron. Having a way to make steel more quickly and more cheaply helps the production of building and leads to the growth of cities.
Alfred Nobel creates dynamite.
1866 - 1896
Alfred Nobel invents dynamite, which is a safer way to blast holes in mountains or the ground than simply lighting black powder. Dynamite is important in clearing paths to build things such as roads and railroad tracks.
Louis Pasteur develops vaccines for diseases.
1870 - 1882
A chemist named Louis Pasteur believed that germs caused disease. Using this information, he created vaccines that helped prevent many common diseases, which helped people live longer.