The Industrial Revolution, United States of America

The Industrial Revolution

The Industrial Revolution in the USA was the second Industrial Revolution after the first Industrial Revolution in Great Britain. In the second revolution, there were new products invented. There were new machines, factories and more. They were many entrepreneurs and businessmen born. The new revolutionary products that were invented for example are Telegraph, Telephone, Cars, Light Bulb, etc. These new inventions changed the way the people lived. They could now travel faster, communicate easily and do much more. The following chart will show the inventions invented and its inventors.

Inventor Invention Year
Robert Fulton Regular Steamboat service on the Hudson River 1807
Samuel F. B. Morse Telegraph 1836
Elias Howe Sewing Machine 1844
Isaac Singer Improves and markets Howe’s Sewing Machine 1851
Cyrus Field Transatlantic Cable 1866
Alexander Graham Bell Telephone 1876
Thomas Edison Phonograph, First Long-Lasting Incandescent Light Bulb 1877, 1879
Nikola Tesla Induction Electric Motor 1888
Rudolf Diesel Diesel Engine 1892
Orville and Wilbur Wright First Airplane 1903
Henry Ford Model T Ford, Large-Scale Moving Assembly Line 1908, 1913