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Industrial genius Samuel Slater
Lewis S. Miner
A biography of the Englishman who, concerned over the heavy human toll the Industrial Revolution was taking in England, left for America despite laws trying to keep textile workers from emigrating, and established the American textile industry.
Bibliography: p. 179.
|Statement||by Lewis S. Miner.|
|LC Classifications||HD9860.S5 M5|
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|Number of Pages||186|
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He completed his English apprenticeship, then crossed the Atlantic in disguise because textile workers were not permitted to leave the country. Industrial genius Samuel Slater. [Lewis S Miner] -- A biography of the Englishman who, concerned over the heavy human toll the Industrial Revolution was taking in England, left for America despite laws trying to keep textile workers from emigrating.
Industrial genius Samuel Slater, by Lewis S. Miner. Format Book Published New York, J. Messner  Description p. 22 cm.
Notes Bibliography: p. Summary A biography of the Englishman who, concerned over the heavy human toll the Industrial Revolution was taking in England, left for America despite laws trying to keep textile workers.
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Samuel Slater, founder of the American cotton-textile industry. He gained a thorough knowledge of cotton manufacturing while an apprentice in England, and he later settled in the U.S., though British law barred the emigration of textile workers.
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Samuel Slater was an early English-American industrialist known as the "Father of the American Industrial Revolution" and the "Father of the American Factory System".
In the UK, he was called "Slater the Traitor" because he brought British textile technology to America, modifying it for United States use. He memorized the designs of textile factory machinery as an apprentice to a pioneer in the Net worth: USD $ million at the time of his. series Book 1) The Genius Files #2: Never Say Genius Fighting for Total Person Unionism: Harold Gibbons, Ernest Calloway, and Working-Class Citizenship (Working Class in American History) and Charles Lindbergh Industrial Electronics The Industrial Design Reader Samuel Slater's Mill and the Industrial Revolution (Turning Points in American.
Profiles three men who were at the center of the industrial revolution-- railroad pioneer George Stephenson, textiles industrialist Samuel Slater, and labor leader Samuel Gompers Includes bibliographical references (page 46) and index The Industrial Revolution -- George Stephenson -- Samuel Slater -- Samuel GompersPages: Samuel Slater - Duration: Basho 7, views.
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How Industrial Espionage Started America’s Cotton Revolution To the British, Samuel Slater was ‘Slater the traitor,’ but to the Americans, he was the father of the American industrial. Inthe newly established Almy, Brown, and Slater company built the mill that would usher in the American industrial revolution.
The rest is history. Samuel : Ashley Bowen. The Industrial Revolution in the United States began in earnest with the formation of textile mills along the waterways of the towns of New England.
Samuel Slater, an Englishman with experience in the mills of his native country, came to the US in and helped establish the nation's first cotton mill in Pawtucket, Rhode Island.