Benefits Of Industrialization
Definition And Explanation Of The Industrial Revolution
Explanation- The Industrial Revolution is when everything in the industry of factories and such started changing. (some for the best and some for the worst).
The First Invention
Braille changed daily life for blind people because with the raised dots on a paper they could "read" it and "see" it.
Cans helped improve daily life because metal cans could preserve food for a long period of time.
Can openers helped improve daily life because before early inventions of the can opener, people had to open cans with a hammer and chisel which was very difficult.
The Dishwasher improved daily life because it made it easier to wash dishes and it was much quicker to put them into the dishwasher instead of washing them by hand
George Stephenson wasn't the creator of the steam engine but he was the person who improved it greatly so that it could be more practical and be able to carry substantial amounts of coal.
Alexander Graham Bell was an important person during this time because he was the creator of the telephone. The telephone helped extend communication between people because they could friends and/or family that wasn't all that close to them.
Improvement Of Agriculture
Improvement Of Transportation
By: Kamryn Foster
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