H & G 807 Quiz 2 Review

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H & G 807 Quiz 2 Review
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  1. Who invented the cotton gin?
    Whitney
  2. Who invented the sewing machine?
    Howe
  3. Who invented the airplane
    Wright
  4. Who invented the steam-driven locomotive?
    Cooper
  5. Who invented the spinning jenny?
    Hargreaves
  6. Who invented the Model-T automobile?
    Ford
  7. Who invented the transatlantic cable?
    Field
  8. Who invented the telegraph?
    Morse
  9. Who invented the steam engine?
    Watt
  10. Who invented the light bulb?
    Edison
  11. Who designed the "Clermont?"
    Fulton
  12. Who invented the reaping machine?
    McCormick
  13. Who invented the steel plow?
    Oliver
  14. Who invented the oil well?
    Drake
  15. Who invented the telephone?
    Bell
  16. What was the first national road in America? (Remember, spelling and capitalization count!)
    Cumberland
  17. Early European factors influencing the growth of the Industrial revolution were which of the following:

    The Crusades
    The Printing Press
    cotton gin
    Morse code
    • The Crusades
    • The Printing Press
  18. Transportation improvements of the Industrial Revolution in the United States included which of the following:

    Erie Canal
    Cumberland Road
    Transatlantic cable
    Clermont
    • Erie Canal
    • Cumberland Road
    • Clermont
  19. Factors boosting production included which of the following?:

    communication improvements
    Help from English Industry
    Embargo Act of 1807
    new power sources
    • communication improvements
    • Embargo Act of 1807
    • new power sources
  20. By the 1900s (meaning 1900 - 1909), Amerian power sources included which of the following:
    oil
    electricity
    atomic power
    water power
    • oil
    • electricity
    • water power

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