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Samuel Slater

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Samuel Slater (June 9, 1768 – April 21, 1835) was an early English-American industrialist ... A wealthy man, he eventually owned thirteen spinning mills, and had developed tenant ... Samuel'...

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Samuel Slater was an industrial spy, a capitalist, and an innovator. The cotton ... At the young age of 14, Slater became an apprentice in Jedediah Strutt's cotton mill. Strutt had ... Many traditional cotton workers did not want to work for a boss.

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Samuel Slater 1768-1835, American pioneer in the cotton textile industry, b. ... The mill did not run smoothly at first. .... Although Slater did not invent any new textile machinery, the construction of his first mill was often credited with launching ...

Samuel Slater - Mill - Inventors - About.com

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Samuel Slater has been called both the Father of American Industry and the ... Slater built several successful cotton mills in New England and established the ...

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Samuel Slater was born near Belper in Derbyshire on June 9, 1768, the son of a prosperous yeoman farmer. ... The mill did not run smoothly at first. ... Slater played an active part in establishing other cotton mills in Rhode Island, Connecticut, ...

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Slater Mill, founded in 1793 by Samuel Slater, is now used as a museum dedicated ... in over 1200 cotton factories and 1500 woolen factories in the United States. ... Industrialization began earlier in England than it did in the United States, and ...

Samuel Slater - The Industrial Revolution - Sites - Google

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Known as the “Father of American Industry” Samuel Slater was an American ... The cotton mill did not run so great at first, there were many complications. ... Arkwright also he invented the spinning machine that spun fibers into strong threads of ...

Samuel Slater - New World Encyclopedia

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Aug 17, 2015 ... Samuel Slater (1768 – 1835) dubbed the "The Father of the American ... as a whole is knowledge that ought to be shared, which is what Slater did. ... Samuel's wife, Hannah Slater, also invented a type of thread made of cotton. ... This mill, known today as Slater Mill, still stands, and operates as a museum ...

Samuel Slater: History for kids *** - US American History

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Find a summary, definition and facts about the Samuel Slater for kids. ... the partner of Richard Arkwright and owned of one of the first cotton mills in Belper. ... Richard Arkwright (1732 – 1792) invented the spinning frame (later renamed the  ...

Samuel Slater - Bryant University

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The First American Cotton Mill Began Operation

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The First American Cotton Mill Began Operation December 20, 1790. Samuel Slater built that first American mill in Pawtucket based on designs of English ...

Who Made America? | Innovators | Samuel Slater - PBS

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Samuel Slater has been called the "father of the American factory system. ... Slater went to work at an early age as an apprentice for the owner of a cotton mill. ... He did so covertly: British law forbade textile workers to share technological ...

Samuel Slater - Father of the American Industrial Revolution

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Learn about Samuel Slater who built the first successful textile mill in ... a partner of Richard Arkwright and the owner of one of the first cotton mills in Belper.