Industrial Revolution Word Wall - 100 Definitions & Images - One per Page

Industrial Revolution Word Wall - 100 Definitions & Images - One per Page
Industrial Revolution Word Wall - 100 Definitions & Images - One per Page
Industrial Revolution Word Wall - 100 Definitions & Images - One per Page
Industrial Revolution Word Wall - 100 Definitions & Images - One per Page
Industrial Revolution Word Wall - 100 Definitions & Images - One per Page
Industrial Revolution Word Wall - 100 Definitions & Images - One per Page
Industrial Revolution Word Wall - 100 Definitions & Images - One per Page
Industrial Revolution Word Wall - 100 Definitions & Images - One per Page
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Industrial Revolution Word Wall. If you've ever wanted your students to have a visual representation of the Industrial Revolution to help them understand the terminology better, then you're in the right place! This Industrial Revolution Word Wall resource has a combination of 100 terms, events, and names of famous individuals from this time period.

Here's What's Included:
1 page: "THE INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION"
1 page: "THE"
1 page: "INDUSTRIAL"
1 page: "REVOLUTION"
100 pages with the following terms (1 per page):

Abolition, Agriculture, Alexander Cartwright, Alexander Graham Bell, American System, Assembly Line, Bessemer Steel Process – 1855, Blockade, Boarding House, Carbon Dioxide, Charles Dickens, Child Labor, Combine Harvester, Cotton Gin, Cottonocracy, Cyrus Field, Cyrus McCormick, DeWitt Clinton, Dr. Crawford Long, Egg Beater, Eli Whitney, Elisha Otis, Embargo of 1807, Emigrant, Erie Canal, Factory Act of 1833, First Circular Saw, First Ice Cream Maker, First Manned Glider – 1853, First Steam Locomotive, First Vacuum – 1860, First Washing Machine – 1858, Francis Cabot Lowell, Fugitive Slave Act, Gatling Gun, George Westinghouse, Gorrie’s Ice Machine, Great Britain, Henry Clay, Horse Car, Immigrant, Industrial Revolution, Industry, Inflation, Interchangeable Parts, Isaac Singer, James Watt, John Deere, King Cotton, Lowell Girls, Lowell Offering, Macadam Road, Mechanical Reaper, Missouri Compromise, Monroe Doctrine, Morse Code, Nat Turner Rebellion, National Bank, Nationalism, Nativist, Nikola Tesla, Panic of 1837, Patent, Power Loom, Printable Telegraph, Protective Tariff, Railroads, Robert Fulton, Rotary Press, Rudolf Diesel, Rural, Samuel Colt, Samuel Morse, Samuel Slater, Sectionalism, Seed Drill, Slave Codes, Slave Trade, Slavery, Spinning Jenny, Spinning Mule, Spirituals, Steamboat, Suspension Bridge, Telegraph, Tenement, Textile, The Era of Good Feelings, The National Road, The Safety Lamp, The Sewing Machine, The T-Rail, Thomas Edison, Transient, U.S. Patent Office, Urban, War of 1812, Waterwheel, Wheel Cypher, White Lung

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