What would you like to do?
they stopped using candles, kerosene, oil lamps and fire torches in the late 19th century
Immediately before the electric refrigerator, they had what was referred to as the Ice Box. It was a lined cabinet, or later ones that resembled the refrigerators of the 50s a…nd 60s which had a draw at the bottom where a block of ice was kept (for the cooling of food). Every so often you could hear a wagon (later a truck) roll through the neighborhood with a man yelling out "Ice Man...Ice Man," and those in need of ice would come out and purchase a block.
Before electricity they used to burn logs for heat and lite candals for light. Before electricity they used to burn logs for heat and lite candals for light.
When people used light they had to put kerosene in the lamp. Can you guess what they used for the night lights? tell me by dissusing it on the page
what was electricity used for when it was dicovered
Before the electric drill , it was done by hand. There's a hand-cranked drill, probably still used by the Amish. My father owned one.
the meter is calibrated
The whale blubber was burned down and used to fuel candles.
Electricity changed a lot of ways things were done. Almost anything done with electricity had an earlier counterpart. Lights were kerosene or candles. Cooling was with ice. Th…ere was air conditioning in the 1800's using gas, no electricity. People wrote letters and they were carried by the post office, on horse, train and ship. Clothes were washed by hand and dried on a line outside. There were a lot of new inventions because of electricity, but all the basic needs of living were taken care of some how with manual labor or some mechanical means. Steam engines came along before electrical one did. Water wheel were used to power many things.
they burned wood for fuel
you used a Hanging line and let it dry in the sun. Hope this helps !
You should make sure that the main plug is in fully and is secure in the socket, and you should also make sure that the wire inside the rubber isn't exposed other wise you wil…l get electrocuted!
They'd usually hang them over a fireplace or just air dry their clothes. Even in the wettest climates, the standard way to dry clothes is on a clothesline, strung either outdo…ors or indoors.