English Textile Industry : A Transformation Of How Things Are Changing A System

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English Textile Industry:
The English textile industry focuses on production of yarn, silk, cloth, etc. Manufacturing and distributing clothing. It is often created with material or using synthetic products. Many Jobs require spinning, looming, and warehouse. The following inventions include in the production were, Textiles, Steam Power, and Iron Funding.

Steam Engine:
A Steam Engine is a heat powered engine usually ran by boiling water. Patented by Spaniard Jerónimo de Ayanz y Beaumont in 1606, later on a continuous motion steam engine was created by James Watt in 1781. It was a main part in helping run manufacture machines in the Industrial Era. Many businesses would run their factories near a river or large bodies of water. The Steam Engine was the start of a new age of inventing, following along with this invention help create the Steam Boat, Power, and even Trains.

Vocabulary:
Revolution – A transformation of how things are usual organized or perceived, changing a system or also an invention.
Macadam Road – Constructed by pioneer John Loudon McAdam in 1820. John created a road that is made with layers of small stones, coated with cement allowing a wide variety of roadway.
Flying Shuttle – One of the many key creations in the industrial weaving. It weaved a wider variety of fabrics and able to weave automatically. Created by John Kay in 1733.
Spinning Jenny – A machine that allows spinning more the one spindle at a time. Invented by James Hargreaves in 1770.
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