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Industrial Revolution INVENTORS
_____ Industrial Revolution Objective 1. Identify the invention with the inventor.
Jethro Tull Seed Drill
John Kay Flying Shuttle – Weaving Loom
James Hargreaves Spinning Jenny
Richard Arkwright Water Frame
Samuel Crompton Spinning Mule
Edmund Cartwright Power Loom
Eli Whitney Cotton Gin
James Watt Steam Engine
Robert Fulton Steamboat
John Mc. Adam Layered Roads • roads using broken stones laid in symmetrical, tight patterns and covered with small stones to create a hard surface. Mc. Adam discovered that the best stone or gravel for road surfacing had to be broken or crushed, and then graded to a constant size of chippings
Cyrus Mc. Cormick Mechanical Reaper
Richard Trevithick Steam-Driven Locomotive
George Stephenson First Railroad Line
Samuel Morse Code/Telegraph
I. M. Singer Sewing Machine
Alexander Graham Bell Telephone
Thomas Edison Light Bulb Filament
Guglielmo Marconi Radio • wireless transmission of signals Transatlantic transmissions
Henry Ford Assembly Line
Orville and Wilbur Wright Airplane
Louis Pasteurization Process - Germ Theory • If one were to choose among the greatest benefactors of humanity, Louis Pasteur would certainly rank at the top. He solved the mysteries of rabies, anthrax, chicken cholera, and silkworm diseases, and contributed to the development of the first vaccines. He set the stage for modern biology and biochemistry. He described the scientific basis for fermentation, winemaking, and the brewing of beer. Pasteur's work gave birth to many branches of science, and he was singlehandedly responsible for some of the most important theoretical concepts and practical applications of modern science.
Joseph Lister Antiseptic “Listerine”
Charles Darwin Evolution
Gregor Mendel “Father of Modern Genetics”
John Dalton Atomic Theory • matter is composed of discrete units called atoms, as opposed to obsolete beliefs that matter could be divided into any arbitrarily small quantity. Or, in a nutshell, the idea that all things are made of atoms.
Dmitri Mendeleev Periodic Table
Marie and Pierre Curie Radioactivity of Elements • • Thorium Radium and Polonium Radiation is used in the treatment of cancer today
Ernest Rutherford Nucleus
Ivan Pavlov Classical Conditioning • a form of associative learning that was first demonstrated by Ivan Pavlov. The typical procedure for inducing classical conditioning involves presentations of a neutral stimulus along with a stimulus of some significance.
Sigmund Freud Father of Psychoanalysis • The unconscious mind influences behavior • Sexual desire is the primary motivation in human behavior • Dream symbolism • Oedipus Complex • Freudian Slips • Defense Mechanisms
Freud Id, Ego, and Superego
Frederick Law Olmstead Reserve Park Space in Cities
August Comte Father of Sociology • the systematic and scientific study of society, including patterns of social relationships, social action, and culture
Mary Lyon First Woman’s College • The significance of Mount Holyoke Female Seminary is that it became a model for a multitude of other women’s colleges throughout the country. "[
Harry Bessemer Steel Making Process • Made cast iron malleable by the introduction of air into the fluid metal to remove carbon.