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FC: Innovations and Inventions Between 1600 and 1860 | By BRADY STREID

1: The French Intervene | France, in the time of need becomes allies with the Continentals. Bringing their artillery, weapons, and more troops to stand between the defended cites. The most effective, France's naval fleet. The ground forces make the enemy track to a piece of land surrounded by water so the navy and the ground troops can surround them This helped the Americans win the war

2: John Deere The man who invented the first steel plow, capable of cutting rougher grounds. This helped people plant crops basically anywhere

3: The plow John Deere invented not only helped plow fields, it was also more durable. The plow also helped plow more cotton fields for the slaves to work in. | This helped farmers plow, plant, and harvest anything, anywhere.

4: The Civil War held many new inventions. The first man made submarine was used to try and attach bombs under enemy ships. The telegraph machine helped with faster communication. The repeating rifle was a huge tribute by being quicker, shooting, and loading wise. Most of all the Railroad, used to move tons of equipment, faster. This helped with the problem of reloading, stealth, and other matters of that nature.

5: THESE INNOVATIONS NOT ONLY CHANGED THE WAY PEOPLE FOUGHT THE WARS THAT OCCIRED, BUT ALSO CHANGED THE WAY PEOPLE DEFENDED THEMSELVES. | THSES INNOVATIONS WERE THE KEY TO SOME OF TEH BATTLES. Helped with faster communication

6: The Palm Pistol. Invented in the early 1800s. Was the first weapon to be a multi-round weapon. Most likely used to kill, because the user would just have it in their hand, walk up behind someone, kill them and walk away, unseen as the killer, because the weapon wasn't seen.

7: The boot knife, also known as the gamblers knife, was often kept on hand when going to a dangerous place.

8: "1800s Army Man" 2012.mysticbourgeoisie.blogspot.com 5/30/12 iro.umontreal.ca "French Navy"2012.gutenberg.org 5/30/12 "John Deere Person" 2012.whozitsblog.blogspot.com5/30/12 'John Deere Plow" 2012.cincinnati.com 5/28/12 "First Submarine" 2012 studentweb.maconstate.edu5/28/12 "1800 Telegraph" 2011 seanmcollough.com 5/29/12

9: "Repeating Rifle" 2012 sodahead.com 5/30/12 "1800s Weapons" 2011shoot.superfocus.com 6/1/12 "1800s Weapons" 2012 texastejano.com 6/1/12

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