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06.02 The Industrial Revolution: Note Guide Take notes using the guide as you complete the lesson and activities. Big Ideas What I Learned What factors contributed to the Agricultural and Industrial revolutions? Industrial production, agricultural production, Iron smelting, coal extraction, the railways, steam power What were some of the key advancements of the 1700s, and how did they encourage the Industrial Revolution? Flying shuttle: device increasing the weaving speed of looms; invented by John Kay Spinning Jenny: device that spun several threads at once (8x as much as a single wheel); invented by James Hargreaves Water frame: Machine to spin thread and is water powered and automatic; invented by Richard Arkwright Cotton gin: device that removed seeds from cotton; invented by Eli Whitney Mining coal: wood supply going down, coal becoming the dependent energy source. Steam power: a power produce by a steam engine, made by James Watt What were the similarities in industrialization between Europe, the United States, and Japan?

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