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Free Robert Fulton Mapping and Notebooking Pages from Bright Ideas Press

  Through the end of February, you can download these free Robert Fulton mapping and notebooking pages from Bright Ideas Press. Find more free notebooking pages here!...


August 17, 1807 - Robert Fulton's steamboat, Clermont, made its debut going UP the Hudson river, and contributing to America's industrial revolution. Who Made America? | Innovators | Robert Fulton

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Historical Figures Innovators and Inventors

This set of graphic organizers is great for students to research or take notes during mini-lessons! The historical figures, innovators, and inventors included in this unit are: - John Hancock- Paul Revere- Abigail Adams- Sojourner Truth- Theodore (Teddy) Roosevelt- Navajo Code Talkers- WASPS (Women Airforce Service Pilots)- Thurgood Marshall - Irma Rangel- Robert Fulton- George Washington Carver- W.E.B.

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By Emily Allen

Landscape Photographer of the Year 2011 by Robert Fulton of Cumbernauld, Scotland. Titled Winter Field


Wilbur Wright flies a Wright Model A by the Statue of Liberty during the Hudson-Fulton Celebration in 1909. The celebration was to commemorate the 300th anniversary of Henry Hudson’s first entry into what was later New York Harbor as well as the centennial of Robert Fulton’s first voyage of his steamboat up the Hudson River in 1809.


The steamboat, invented by Robert Fulton, made its maiden voyage in 1807, from Albany to New York City. Shipping goods by water was now even faster, and less expensive, than by road and horse-drawn wagon. The steam engine and the new technology of the Industrial Revolution radically transformed America.