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New Inventions-Bogar

New technology & innovations in the U.S., early 1800s

Samuel Morse invented a new coding system for faster communication
Morse Code led to telegraph companies, quicker news, and efficient businesses
John Deere invented the steel-tipped plow that allowed farmers t cut through difficult prairie sod
Cyrus McCormick invented the mechanical reaper to speed up harvesting
farming innovations led to more settlers out west, harvesting greater numbers of crops quicker than ever
cotton gin separated the seeds to make production much quicker and greater
Eli Whitney invented the cotton gin
spinning jenny drew and twisted cotton, revolutionizing the textile industry making clothes
Lowell mills water-powered textile mills in Massachusetts, often worked by children and women
sewing machine made the production and repair of clothing much easier
steamboats increased profit and trade by transporting people and goods via rivers and canals
locomotives made travel by land quick and connected major cities
textile innovations led to more mills that created clothes and women and children to work them
Tom Thumb early locomotive known for racing a horse but losing due to a malfunction
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