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Technology. Maximizing the use of time and energy Man to machine The evolution of technology in America. Cottage Industry. Before there were factories, textiles and other items were produced on a small scale in homes .

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Technology

Technology

Maximizing the use of time and energy

Man to machine

The evolution of technology in America


Cottage industry
Cottage Industry

  • Before there were factories, textiles and other items were produced on a small scale in homes.

  • Farming families would supplement their income by producing and selling manufactured goods in addition to the agricultural products.

  • Small scale production




The spinning jenny1
The Spinning Jenny

  • This machine automated the process of spinning cotton fibers into thread.

  • Many Jennies could be mounted on a singleframe and tended by one person.

  • Greatly increased the amount of thread that could be produced.



From england to america
From England to America

  • The Spinning Jenny and Power Loom were invented in England and made the British very rich.

  • The British worked very hard to keep the technology to themselves.

  • But that didn’t last long.



The cotton gin
The Cotton Gin

  • Bales of Cotton



The cotton gin2
The Cotton Gin

  • Invented by Eli Whitney in 1794.

  • The cotton gin removes the seeds from short staple cotton.

  • One person operating the machine could clean 50 pounds of cotton in a day.

  • This made growing cotton in the south profitable.


Technology

The Cotton Gin


The power loom
The Power Loom production, had the effect of increasing the number of slaves needed for labor in the deep south?


The power loom1
The Power Loom production, had the effect of increasing the number of slaves needed for labor in the deep south?

  • A machine that automated the weavingprocess.

  • Used a “flying shuttle” to greatly increase the speed of the weavingprocess.

  • Like the spinning jenny, power looms used water power at first.


The steam engine
The Steam Engine production, had the effect of increasing the number of slaves needed for labor in the deep south?


The jungle by upton sinclair
The Jungle By Upton Sinclair production, had the effect of increasing the number of slaves needed for labor in the deep south?


Technology

Immigration production, had the effect of increasing the number of slaves needed for labor in the deep south?

  • Increased dramatically between 1840-1860

  • Most came from Ireland and Germany

  • The growth of factories created a demand for cheap labor …..immigrants helped fill this demand


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  • When immigrants came to America, most settled in cities production, had the effect of increasing the number of slaves needed for labor in the deep south?

  • They settled in areas of the city where others from their country had formally settled.

  • This created ethnic communities

  • Ethnic means people with the same physical traits, language, and customs


Answer b ethic neighborhoods
Answer: production, had the effect of increasing the number of slaves needed for labor in the deep south?B ethic neighborhoods

  • During the 1800’s the movement of large numbers of immigrants from many different

    countries into large American cities resulted in the rapid growth of

  • effective public Health programs

  • ethnic neighborhoods

  • public parks and recreational neighborhoods

  • affordable public housing