Whirling Water Frame
And Sir Richard Arkwright By: Kaleigh Gallagher
Richard Arkwright patented the Water Frame in 1769. In 1775 it was invented. The water Frame was the first powered, auto matic and continuous textile machine. It was brought away from a small town machinary to a factory production. It was also the first machine to could spin cotton thread.
Sir Richard Arkwright
Arkwright was born in 1732 in Preston. He was a son a tailor. He wasn't able to attend school with money. His cousin Ellen was able to teach him how to spell and write. He was barber and got into hair, spinners, and weaver. After he looked to mechanical inventions in textiles to make money.