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Edwin L. Drake proved that it was possible to pump crude oil from the ground
Second Industrial Revolution a period of rapid growth in U. S. manufacturing in the late 1800s.
Steel is iron that has been made stronger by heat and the addition of other metals.
Henry Bessemer invented the Bessemer process
Bessmer process a way to manufacture steel quickly and cheaply by blasting hot air through melted iron to quickly remove impurities.
What was the time difference in how long it took to make one ore of steel? Before, turning several tons of iron ore into steel took a day or more. The Bessemer process took only 10 to 20 minutes.
Thomas Alva Edison envented the first electric lightbulb
Patent exclusive rights to make or sell inventions,allowed inventors to protect their inventions from being manufactured by others.
Alexander Graham Bell . patented the telephone.
Charles and J. Frank Duryea used a gasoline engine to build the frst practical motorcar in the United States.
Henry Ford introduced the Model T in 1908.
What was Ford first to implement the moving assembly line in manufacturing
Assembly line a process that greatly reduced the cost of building a product, thus making cars more affordable.
Wilbur and Orville Wright built a lightweight airplane that used a small, gas-powered engine.
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