Cotton Gin By: Savannah Roberson

What Is This Invention?

This contraption is called a Cotton Gin, was invented in 1793 by Eli Whitney. The Cotton Gin's purpose of being mad was made to fix the problem of having trouble separating the cotton seeds from the cotton.

I Specialized in,

The Cotton Gin Has Specialized in; Separating seeds from the cotton, It was a struggle to separate the seeds from the cotton, being out in the field for over hours doing the best they could to collect as many cotton seeds as they could. The Cotton Gin helped clothe kids and parents our consumers in general. The Cotton Gin caused places to become very intact with their agriculture.

Cons First.
  • Farmers decided since the Cotton Gin was invented that it was a good idea to grow more cotton which caused unfertilized soil.
  • The need for slaves in the south increased drastically of the United States
  • Other inventors copied his work, which resulted into him losing profit
  • Increased the amount of Cotton to be picked
  • Men & Woman were forced to do equal work in the cotton field and if they didn't succeed they were whipped.
Pros Last but not least
  • Automacted the sepration of the seeds and cotton
  • Price of cotton decreased
  • Produced a cash crop for the South
  • England benifttied off the Cotton gin seperating the seeds from the cotton
  • Revived the institution of slavery
Peel Paragraph; Final Sationn

The Cotton Gin had a positive effect on human society. The cotton Gin helped us get more clothes from how quickly it separated seeds from the actual cotton. Having cotton helped us help England by getting the Cotton to them for them to make the clothing. This evidence shows that, the Cotton Gin had an great effect on human society by clothing us. All of these reasons show why the Cotton Gin had an positive effect on Humans Society.

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