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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 REVOLUTION 1981 industry Cottage Industry wasessentially a familyenterprise, consistingof 4-5 workers to one weaver By 19th Century,the British produceover 1 million tons ofiron annually By 1700, more that half of England's textiles were produced by cottage industry spinning and weaving cloth were the most important 1765- SPINNING JENNYinvented by JamesHargreaves, whichmechanized thespinning wheel 2nd country to revolutionize industrially was BELGIUM Mechanization diminished women's roles in the textile and agricultural work forces Earlyindustrialproduction was putout to thecountryside Begins inBRITAIN(1760) 1733- FLYING SHUTTLE invented by John Kay, enabled weavers tothrow shuttle backand forth with one hand 1779- SPINNING MULEinvented by Samuel Crompton,combined the bestfeatures of the spinningjenny and the water frame IRONPRODUCTION 1690 the COTTAGE By the early 19th century the Steam Engine had become the prime mover for all industry early 18th century-STEAM ENGINEinvented by ThomasNewcomen the INDUSTRIAL 1784- Henry Cortintroduced newmethod for stirring molten ore to remove impurities cottage industryflourishedfirst in England The Newspapergreatly helped theIndustrialRevolution byadvertising Ends mid-19th Century 1769- WATER FRAMEinvented by Richard Arkwright, which improved thread spinning After 1780, Cotton outputincreased by 800% in Britain due tonew technology 1733- FLYING SHUTTLEinvented by John Kay,enabling water to throw shuttle between threads with on hand ROLLING MILL also invented by Cort, shaped still moltenmetal into bars all innovations achieved a better, more versatile, cheaper product 1769- James Watt formulatedthe Watt steam engine, used to pump water from mines
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