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Description

the inventor of the telephone
money or wealth used in trade, manufacturing or business
home-based manufacturing same as domestic industries
a machine that removes seeds from cotton
a place where worker use machines to make products
founder of Ford motor company, the man who created an assembly- line of workers to produce inexpensive cars
a machine for weaving thread into clothe
making products on a large scale usually by machine
inventor of the radio
the manufacturing system whereby yarn wat distributed or "put out" to cottage workers to be woven into thread
a machine for spinning that did work of 3000 hand-operated spinning wheels
a spinning machine of the 1760s
inventor of the cotton gin
important New England industrialist and industrial spy

Industrial Revolution Crossword puzzle

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Crossword
Description

The transformation of the economy, the environment, and living conditions Industrial Revolution
The transformation of farming that resulted in the eighteenth century from the spread of crops, improvements in the cultivation techniques Agricultural Revolution
Rich landowners "enclosed" the land- consolidated their holdings and got parliament to give them title to the commons that in the past had been open to all. enclosure movement
A system in which merchants delivered raw materials to crafts people and then picked up the finished product. cottage industries
Canals, as well as coastlines and rivers, allowed transportation around Britain affordable and quick rather then a much more costly land rout. canals
An association of individuals in a business enterprise with transferable shares of stock, joint-stock companies
The manufacture of many identical products by the division of labor into many small repetitive tasks. mass production
A manufacturing technique that breaks down a craft into many simple and repetitive tasks that can be performed by unskilled workers. division of labor
The application of machinery to manufacturing and other activities. Among the first processes to be mechanized were the spinning of cotton thread and weaving of cloth in the late 18th and early 19th century in England mechanization
Invented in 1764, the jenny was a machine that drew out cotton fibers and twisted them into thread. jenny/spinning jenny
Invented in 1769 by Richard Arkwright, the machine made thread strong enough to be woven without linen water frame
Invented in 1785 by Samuel Cropmton, the mule was a mix of the jenny and the water frame and produced strong and thin (better then any human) fiber called muslin. mule
fabric made out of cotton, demand of the people encouraged inventors to mechanize manufacturing, power looms being the first machine in 1815 textile
Cheep iron led to mass production of object, manufactures reduced the cost of production by making parts that worked with various items. interchangeable parts
Invented in 1784 by Henry Cort, created a proses called puddling (stirring molten iron with long rods) helped cook out impurities and made cheep but high quality wrought iron. puddling process
A machine that turns the energy released by the burning of fuel into motion. steam engine
A device for rapid, long-distance transmission of information over an electric wire. electric telegraph
Small town in northern england and became the fastest growing town in history, became very polluted and deceased. Manchester
Rickets= a bone decease caused by lack of sunshine became endemic in the crowded city. Cholera= a disease that causes massive diarrhea and was spread by the feces in the streets. rickets, cholera
Private money used to create toll roads. turnpike trusts

20 textile words Crossword

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Crossword
Description

Sheer, voile-like textile ninon
a synthetic polymer fiber that contains at least 85% acrylonitrile. Acrylic
a sewing technique in which fabric shapes, lace or trim, are sewn onto a foundation fabric to create designs. Appliqué
a soft fibre that grows around the seeds o Cotton
denotes a rugged cotton twill textile. Denim
color fabric. There Dyes
decorative needlework Embroidery
The fibers form the structure of the fabric. Felt
garment worker folds up a cut edge, folds it up again, and then sews it down. Hem
Knitting is the Process of inter-looping of yarns or inter-meshing of loops Knitting
The fabric is lightweight openwork fabric, patterned, Lace
fibers woven in a grid-like structure Net
natural protein fiber that can be woven into textiles Silk
protective shield worn on the finger or thumb. Thimble
type of tufted fabric in which the cut threads are very evenly distributed, Velvet
fiber derived from the hair of domesticated animals, usually sheep. Wool
long continuous length of interlocked fibers, Yarn
trimming in clothing and home decorating Trim
is a fine woven fabric or gauze. Tissue
single turn or loop of the thread or yarn in sewing, Stitch

Industrial revolution Crossword

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Crossword
Description

This person invented the light bulb Thomas Edison
This person invented the telephone Alexander graham bell
Trains like to go choo choo on this Railroads
Inventor of the steam engine James watt
Developer of the assembly line Henry ford
This person designed the steamboat Robert Fulton
This invention helped people talk with each other from very far away Telephone
These people invented the airplane Wright brothers
Fastest way to get around right now Airplane
This person invented the cotton gin Eli Whitney
This person invented photography George Eastman
This person invented the first process for mass producing steel Henry Bessemer
Birthplace of the industrial revolution Britain
This machine mechanized the process of weaving clothes Power loom
During the 1800's people used this to talk long distance Telegraph
Separated raw cotton from the seeds Cotton gin
This invention used the waterpower from rapid streams to drive spinning wheels Water frame
First industry to be industrialized Textile
Inventor of morse code Samual morse
Inventor of dynamite Alfred Nobel
Inventor of machine gun Richard Gatling
Inventor of the vacuum cleaner Hubert booth
Inventor of air conditioner Willis carrier
Inventor of helicopter Paul Cornu
Inventor of the military tank De la mole

Industrial Revolution Crossword

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Crossword
Description

A Scottish inventor who invented the steam engine James Watt
An American inventor who created the cotton gin Eli Whitney
One of the primary inventors of the telephone Alexander Graham Bell
Created the electric light bulb and phonograph Thomas Edison
Invented and built the worlds first successful airplane Wright Brothers
An engine that uses the expansion or rapid condensation of steam to generate power Steam Engine
A machine that quickly and easily separates cotton fibers from their seeds Cotton Gin
A glass bulb Light Bulb
A powered flying vehicle with fixed wings and a weight greater than that of the air it displaces Airplane
He invented the telegraph Samuel Morse
He invented the Kodak camera George Eastman
He invented the steamboat Robert Fulton
He invented the diesel engine Rudolph Diesel
He developed and manufactured the first automobile Henry Ford
Best known for his contributions to the design of the modern alternating current Nikola Tesla
Patented the first practical sewing machine Elias Howe
created the Atlantic Telegraph Company and laid the first telegraph cable across the Atlantic Ocean in 1858 Cyrus Field
He invented a new process for building roads John MacAdam
He was instrumental in bringing the Industrial Revolution to the U.S Francis Lowell
He was a co-developer of the Morse code Samuel Morse
Invented coke smelting Abraham Darby
A British inventor who developed a successful wet spinning process for flax in 1824 James Kay
He funded the design and construction of some of the first factory houses for spinning machines during the American industrial revolution Moses Brown
He built the first public inter-city railway line in the world to use steam locomotives George Stephenson

The Industrial Revolution Crossword

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Crossword
Description

the time when the development of production machinery was booming industrial revolution
when landowners combined small fields to create large, fenced ones enclosure movement
essential elements needed to achieve economic success factors of production
weaving, a craft occupation performed at home cottage industry
a building or group of buildings where goods are manufactured or assembled factory
Who invented the seed drill? Jethro Tull
who invented a spinning frame which spun stronger and thinner thread? Richard Arkwright
who invented a faster and more-efficient-at driving machinery engine James Watt
Who developed the steamship? Robert Fulton
organizations representing workers' interests labor unions
protests organized by unions for higher pay and better work hours strikes
manufacturing large numbers of identical items mass production
a system where the product moves from worker to worker assembly line
idea that governments should not interfere in business laissez-faire
some one who is self-made through starting their own business entrepreneur
society or the government, not individual, should own property/control industry socialism
the government should own all means of production and economic planning; a system in which everyone is financially equal communism
level of material comfort for people in industrialized cities standard of living
Who published "The wealth of Nations Adam Smith
Who was it that said population growth through development of industry would cause a food shortage? Thomas Malthus
who lead the expansion of the American steel industry? Hint: he went from "rags to riches" with hard work, creativity, and intelligence Andrew Carnegie
who wrote "The Communist Manifesto"? Karl Marx

Sewing Terms Crossword

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Crossword
Description

changing a garment such as shortening the length of slacks alterations
the 45 degree angle to the selvage bias
fabric tube that holds elastic or a draw string casing
cloth produced from yarns that have been woven or knitted together fabric
"teeth" under the needle plate that help move the fabric beneath the presser foot feed dog
long, thin hair-like strands that are made into yarn fibers
sewing machine part that raises the needle hand wheel
a textile used on the unseen side of fabrics to make an area of garment more rigid interfacing
using heat an a back and forth movement to remove wrinkles ironing
fibers from natural sources, mainly plants and animals natural fabrics
while stitching a seam the needle is left in the fabric, the presser foot is lifted then the fabric is turned pivot
using heat and an up and down motion to set seams, pleats, etc. pressing
a sewing machine part that keeps the fabric in position over the needle and on top of the feed dog presser foot
threads become loose or frayed ravel
able to spring back to the original shape resilient
to burn the fabric creating a discoloration on it scortch
the finished edge of the fabric that keeps the fabric from raveling selvage
fibers made in factories from chemicals and other raw materials synthetic fabrics
a cloth product textile
controls the flow of the upper thread on a sewing machine thread take up lever
spun thread that is woven or knit into fabric or used for sewing yarn

Industrial Revolution Vocabulary Crossword

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Crossword
Description

the era when the use of power-driven machinery was developed Industrial Revolution
a process in Europe from 1700's to the mid 1800's where landowners fenced small fields to create large farms, allowing for more efficient farming enclosure movement
the basic resources for industrialization, such as labor, land and capital factors of production
a usually small-scale industry carried on at home by family members using their own equipment cottage industry
developing industries for the production of goods industrialization
a place where goods are manufactured in mass quantity factory
an organization representing worker's interests labor unions
a work stoppage strike
the system of manufacturing large numbers of identical items mass production
identical machine-made parts that can be substituted for each other in manufacturing interchangeable parts
a mass-production process in which a product is moved fowrd through many work stations where workers perform specific tasks assembly line
a buisness system where companies are allowed to conduct a buisness without interference by the government laissez-faire
a risk taker who starts a buisness system within the economic system of capitalism entrepreneur
a political and economic system in which society, usually in the form of government, owns the means of prodution socialism
economic and political system in which government owns the means of production and controls economic planning communism
a meausure of the quality of living standard of living

Inventors and Inventions of the Industrial Revolution Crossword

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Crossword
Description

Henry Ford used a ________ _____ to make automobile frames. Conveyer belt
He developed a new way to send sound without a wire. Guglielmo Marconi
People could now use the _______ to transmit their voices over long distances to communicate with others. Alexander Graham Bell made this possible. Telephone
This brought light to streets, factories, and cities using electricity to light up a wire. It would only last about a day and it was created by Thomas Edison. Light Bulb
He created machines that had interchangeable parts, which lowered the cost of repairs and replacements. His machines with interchangeable parts helped unskilled workers to produce large amounts of product efficiently. Eli Whitney
The ________ ______ also known as the water frame was the first textile machine to be powered by water. It made stronger and larger amounts of thread and was created by Richard Arkwright. Spinning Frame
He improved and made the steam engine more efficient and cheaper to run. James Watt
_______ Jenny was created by James Hargreaves that spinned eight threads at once. Spinning
The manufacturing process for steel was first created by ______ ________ and this process became known as the Bessemer Process Henry Bessemer
_____ Field laid the first permanent telegraph line across the Atlantic Ocean for communications. Cyrus
Samuel F.B Morse created an electric ________ that transmitted signals or messages sometimes using code. telegraph
His research of his invention, the electric motor, led him to discover that he used electricity to create power. Michael Faraday
John Kay invented the ______ _____ to allow a weaver to weave wider fabrics easily. flying shuttle
______ ______ was created by Rudolf Diesel; It used compressed hot air to ignite the fuel. Diesel engine
He invented the power loom to weave threads into cloth and reduce the need for humans to weave. Edmund Cartwright
He created the first Successful commercial steamboat Robert Fulton

Chapter 11 Vocabulary Crossword

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Crossword
Description

A series of improvements in industrial technology that transformed the process of manufacturing goods. INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION
A method of production that brought many workers and machines together into one building FACTORY SYSTEM
A person who has invested personal wealth in business CAPITALIST
American industrialist who developed a mill system that included looms that could both weave thread and spin cloth. He hired young women to live and work in his m FRANCIS CABOT LOWELL
Process of making large quantities of a product quickly and cheaply MASS PRODUCTION
Identical pieces that could be assembled quickly by unskilled workers INTERCHANGEABLE PARTS
Movement of people from rural areas to cities URBANIZATION
A device for rapid, long-distance transmission of information over an electric wire. It was introduced in England and North America in the 1830s and 1840s. TELEGRAPH
Invented the telegraph SAMUEL F.B. MORSE
A person who favors those born in his country and is opposed to immigrants NATIVIST
Behavior targeted at individuals or groups and intended to hold them apart and treat them differently. DISCRIMINATION
A machine for cleaning the seeds from cotton fibers, invented by Eli Whitney in 1793 Cotton gin
Laws that controlled the lives of enslaved African Americans and denied them basic rights. Slave code
Leader of a slave rebellion in 1831 in Virginia. Revolt led to the deaths of 20 whites and 40 blacks and led to the "gag rule' outlawing any discussion of slavery in the House of Representatives NAT TURNER
An African American religious folk song. Spiritual
Famous early pioneer who cleared Wilderness Road, a new route to the west. Wilderness Road became the main route used to cross the Appalachian Mountains Daniel Boone
A road that one must pay to use; the money is used to pay for the road Turnpike
A road made of sawed-off logs laid side by side CORDUROY ROAD
Long and narrow strip of water made for boats or for irrigation Canal
A northern American politician. He developed the American System as well as negotiated numerous compromises such as The Missouri Compromise Henry Clay

Industrial Revolution Crossword Puzzle

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Crossword
Description

person apposed to new technology luddite
time where machines replaced the human workers industrial revolution
a fictional island coined from Greek by Sir Thomas Moore utopia
workers regarded collectively proletariant
to refuse to do something strike
operates or owns a business entrepreneur
term for middle class workers bourgeoisie
movement made in order to get equal rights for all men chartist movement
term used when mentioning an industry that is developing industrialization
name of the first women's rights convention seneca falls
famous figure who was a philosopher, scientist and a journalist Frederich engels
when people get paid according to their abilities communism
when private owners controlled the trade for profit capitalism
association of workers formed to further their rights labor union
multi-occupant building of any sort tenement
separates cotton from its seeds cotton gin
theory that states micro organisms cause diseases germ theory
goods or merchandise put up for sale stock
revolutionary socialist who published various works Karl Marx
between the upper and working classes middle class
company or group that is chosen to govern a city corporation
theory that states the best action is the one that maximizes utility utilitarianism
also known as political franchise suffrage
the thought that everybody is equal and should have the same rights egalitarian
wages and other conditions of employment collective bargaining
the attitude of letting things happen on their own laissez faire
population movements that happened from rural to urban areas urbanization
theory that the exchange should be owned or not by the community as a whole socialism