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Abraham Darby introduces coke smelting
Alexander Graham Bell invents the telephone.
British industrial production doubles
British industrial production doubles again
Canal Act is passed by the British Parliament
Crucible steelmaking is discovered
Cunard begins transatlantic steamship service
Edmund Cartwright patents a power loom
Eli Whitney develops the Cotton Gin
Factory Act, British
Field lays the first successful transatlantic ca
First Iron Bridge in the town of Iron Bridge
Guglielmo Marconi invents the wireless
Health and Morals Act
Henry Bessemer develops the Bessemer converter
Henry Cort develops new techniques for Rolling I
Henry Maudsley develops the Screw Cutting Lathe
In Derby, first textile factory
Industrial employment overtakes agricultural emp
James Hargreaves invents the spinning jenny
James Watt improves the Newcommon steam engine
John Kay invents the flying shuttle
Journeymen Steam Engine Fitters
Luddite Riots begin
Reform Act, Britain
Repeal of the Corn Law in Britain
Richard Arkwright invents the Water Frame
Rudolf Diesel patents the diesel engine
Samuel Crompton perfects the spinning mule
Samuel F. B. Morse invents the telegraph
Second Factory Act
Seed drill is invented by Jethro Tull
Stephenson begins rail service between Liverpool
Stockton to Darlington Railway is opened
Thomas Newcommon develops the first steam engine
Wright Brothers make first successful airplane
Impact on Society
Technology of Industrial Revolution

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