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History Darling

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Samuel Slater Built the first successful water-powered textile mill in America.
Industrial Revolution Factory machines replaced hand tools and large-scale manufacturing replaced farming as the main form of work.
Factory system Brought many workers and machines together under the same roof.
Lowell mills Textile mills in the village, employed farm girls who lived in company-owned boardinghouses.
Interchangeable parts Parts that are exactly alike.
Robert Fulton Invented steamboat that could move against the current or a strong wind.
Samuel F. B. Morse Created the Telegraph. Set pulses out that could be translated into messages.
Eli Whitney Invented a machine for cleaning cotton in 1793.
Cotton gin (Short for "engine") made the cotton cleaning process far more efficient.
Spirituals Enslaved folk expressed their religious beliefs in spirituals, religious folk song. Often contained coded messages for escape or unexpected return.
Nat Turner The most famous rebellion was lead by Nat Turner in Virginia 1831.
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