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Causes of the Civil War

.... However, the South continued the use of slavery even with the many advances in agricultural equipment, such as plows and the cotton gin, which many felt would ....

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Why do People Fight?

.... Until, the cotton gin, invented by Eli Whitney in an effort to help the slaves, made slavery become more profitable, because the average slave used to be able ....

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westward migration of settlers

.... The people began to move inland along the canal. The invention of the cotton gin at a very fitting time made people of the south push west. ....

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marijuana use and baseball

.... It remained a primary cash crop until Eli Whitney's invention of the cotton gin. When the cotton gin became the primary cash crop, the need for hemp reduced. ....

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Economic and Political Developments in the US 1800-1830

.... What paved the way for agriculture to proliferate and flourish in the country is through the invention of the cotton gin in the 1790s, invented by Eli Whitney. ....

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The United States and Early Westward Expansion

.... However, all of this changed in 1820 when Eli Whitney invented the cotton gin and perfected the technique manufacturing with interchangeable parts. ....

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Effects of The Industrial Revolution

.... slaves became very expensive. With all of the new inventions being made, the cotton gin was one of them. Cotton was a main cash ....

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Modernity and Revolution

.... can be given. Firstly, the invention of the cotton gin, by Eli Whittney, changed agricultural production for ever. More was being ....

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Sectionalism vs. Nationalism

.... South. In 1793, ten days after hearing of the solution to poverty in the south, Eli Whitney invented the cotton gin. This Machine ....

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The Murder of Emmett Till

.... His skull was crushed with and ax, and after the brothers were done with him they ited a 150 pound cotton gin to his neck and dumped him in the Tallahatchie ....

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industrial revolution

.... spinning machine. In 1793, Eli Whitney invented the cotton gin. The cotton gin tore the fibers from cottonseeds. The iron-making ....

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economic development on Americ

.... This machine called the cotton gin produces fifty times more cotton than one slave. This caused the cotton market to skyrocket. ....

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Industrial revolution

.... The last of these types of improvements was the cotton gin. The cotton gin pulled the seeds out of the cotton, which made it much faster for the producer. ....

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Industrial Revolution

.... Cleaning cotton, a tedious and time consuming job was simplified in 1793 by Eli Whitney with the cotton gin, which could clean cotton 50 times as fast. ....

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compcontslave revolt

.... This paper will discuss three important causes of the war the invention of the cotton gin, Nat Turner's rebellion, and the abolitionist movement toward ending ....

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African Americans In The South

.... The patenting of the cotton gin by Eli Whitney in 1793 made it possible for workers to gin separate the seeds from the fiber some 600 to 700 pounds daily, or ....

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Cotton

.... It recently opened it first international office in California. It has just expanded the Dalby cotton gin and is constructing gins at Dirranbandi and Moura. ....

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Maturation of the Plantation System 17761860

.... However, with the invention of the cotton gin by Eli Whitney in 1793, the production of cotton in the South dramatically increased along with the demand for ....

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national debate over slavery

.... Events from the cotton gin, to the Dred Scott case all played an important roll in slavery and history. .... In 1793, Eli Whitney invented the cotton gin. ....

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Cotton Gin

Cotton Gin. In 1793 Eli Whitney invented a very important machine. It was the cotton gin. This very simple machine removes seeds ....

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the industrial revolutions effects on europe

.... In 1793, Eli Whitney invented something similar to the spinning mule, the cotton gin. The cotton gin made it possible for slaves ....

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Tom Robinson: An Innocent Man On Trial

.... Tom Robinson is a hardworking man. Since he was a young boy, he was working for Link Deas in the Cotton Gin. When he was a young ....

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Tom Robinson: An Innocent Man On Trial

.... Tom Robinson is a hardworking man. Since he was a young boy, he was working for Link Deas in the Cotton Gin. When he was a young ....

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Eli Whitney and his help to the economy

.... With his cotton gin and the concept of interchangeable parts the United States was able to compete with England, and in effect, slowly become self-sufficient. ....

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Civil War

Civil War. The Cause Of The Civil War: Eli Whitney's Cotton Gin During the period between 1790 and 1850, the United States was rapidly changing. ....

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The Future of Manufacturing

.... This was where he had a sublime idea. After observing the workers in the fields all day picking and cleaning cotton, he came up with the idea of a cotton gin. ....

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History of the Old South

.... to make sure slavery remained protected in the Constitution, the cohesiveness was not cemented until the invention of Eli Whitney's cotton gin and the rise of ....

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African Americans in the South

.... The patenting of the cotton gin by Eli Whitney in 1793 made it possible for workers to gin separate the seeds from the fiber some 600 to 700 pounds daily, or ....

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Cotton

.... hard work. Around 1793, Eli Whitney invented the Cotton Gin, used to separate the cotton fiber from the seeds. Cotton soon later ....

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Slavery

.... At this time, cotton was only a side crop, but in 1793, a man named Eli Whitney contibuted to the growth and demand of cotton when he invented the cotton gin. ....

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