John Deere has invented the steel plow in 1837 when the Mid-West was being settled. The soil in the East was different and wooden plows kept breaking. Where was it invented at? He has invented it in Grand Detour, Illinois where he had settled.
The cotton gin was invented in 1793. Eli Whitney began his work when he moved to Georgia. He created two cotton gins, one was hand-cranked, and the other was a large one that could've been driven by horse or water power.
It was invented in 1764 by James Hargreaves. The spinning Jenny is a multiple-spindle spinning frame. It was also one of the key developments of the Industrialization of weaving. It was invented at it was Stanhill, Oswaldtwistle, Lancashire In England.
The sewing machine was invented by Thomas Saint in 1790. The purpose of the sewing machine is to sew fabric together or two materials together. It has greatly improved the efficiency and productivity of the clothing industry.
The invention of steel was by Sir Henry Bessemer in 1856. It was inexpensive to manufacture steel, but also it leaded to the development the the Bessemer Converter.