Chapter 18 by 6J. The Second Industrial Revolution. Inventors. The second industrial revolution was fueled by inventors like Henry Bessemer who found a way to manufacture steel quickly and cheeply .
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Chapter 18 by 6J
The Second Industrial Revolution
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His team of inventors created the light bulb
He made improvements to the telegraph.
He invented the phonograph.
Alexander Graham Bell
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Inventor of the Model T
He was born July 30, 1863, on a small farm in Greenfield Township, Michigan.
He was married and had 1 child.
In 1891 he became an engineer with the Edison Illuminating Company.
He made the “Quadricycle” (A early version of a car) in 1896
He died on April 7, 1947
He created the Model T that was cheap enough for the public at only $825.00
He helped bring about a time of rapid growth and progress that would change the world forever.
He was first to implement the assembly line.
And A Small Video of a car on a assembly line.
When he was young he took apart watches and put them back together to show his friends this is most likely where he got to like building.
During World War 1 he tried to start the Ford Airplane Company
Wilbur & Orville Wright
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The Wright brothers invented the airplane
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John D. Rockefeller
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