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Ch. 19 and 20 Review. Miss Taylor’s Class. INVENTORS. Who invented the telephone?. Alexander Graham Bell. Who invented the camera?. George Eastman. Who invented the shoe-making machine? . Hint: He was a famous African-American inventor. . Jan E. Matzeliger.

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ch 19 and 20 review

Ch. 19 and 20 Review

Miss Taylor’s Class

who invented the shoe making machine

Who invented the shoe-making machine?

Hint:

He was a famous

African-American inventor.

railroad barons
Railroad Barons
  • Example: Cornelius Vanderbilt
  • They controlled the nation’s rail traffic.
  • Why were they bad?

They consolidated the railroads, combined the larger companies into smaller ones.

Used monopolies to drive up the prices.

henry ford
Henry Ford
  • Invented the assembly line.
  • Created the first car – Model T
  • He was able to mass produce cars in order to sell them at a cheaper rate.
john dewey
John Dewey
  • He improved education in America.
  • He argued for progressive education –

“schools should relate learning to the interests, problems, and concerns of students, rather than rote memorization.”

mark twain
Mark Twain
  • Famous author – he wrote:
  • The Gilded Age
  • The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn
  • The Adventures of Tom Sawyer