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Cotton gin in use by African-American slaves in the South

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Cotton gin in use by African-American slaves in the South

Slaves using Eli Whitneys cotton gin, invented in the 1790s.
Hand-colored woodcut of a 19th-century illustration

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1700s 18th Century Cotton Invention Machine Machinery Plantation Slave Slavery South Southern Technology


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