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The Coffee Pot During The American Revolution

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The coffee pot was made to make coffee easier to make with a metal sieve to catch all the coffee grounds. The inventor of the coffee pot was Benjamin Thompson who was also a lieutenant for the loyalist during the American Revolution. The coffee pot was made in 1806. It worked by sieving out coffee grounds from the coffee so there wasn't grounds in the coffee when poured. This impacted the daily lives of everyone who drank coffee. People no longer had to chew on coffee grounds. Before when people poured coffee grounds would mix in and people chewed on it. Now they can enjoy a smooth cup of joe. The cast iron plough changed agriculture forever by speeding up, making ploughing more efficient and costs less. The cast iron tip plough was invented

In this essay, the author

  • Describes the invention of the coffee pot by benjamin thompson, a loyalist during the american revolution.
  • Explains that people no longer had to chew on coffee grounds. now they can enjoy a smooth cup of joe.
  • Explains that the cast iron tip plough was invented by john jethro woods in 1814.
  • Explains that it made food more plentiful and cost less. it replaced the jobs up to 15 farmers so they were left with no jobs.
  • Explains that the revolver was a 6 barreled gun named the "six shooter" and allowed people to shoot six times without needing to reload.
  • Explains that samuel colt's revolvers aided the u.s. in the mexican war and helped expandism.
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