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  • National Debate Over Slavery
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    The National Debate over Slavery in 17 - 1860 was important. Events from the cotton gin, to the Dred Scott case all played an important roll in slavery and history. Here are a couple more. In June 1776 the Declaration of Independence was signed. It was a statement of reasons for the separation between Britain. The declaration sited that "all men are created equal. " It meant that people shouldnt be judged by the color of their skin nor their religion. Throughout the whole declaration, amendments...
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  • The Industrial Revolutions Effects On Europe
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    The Industrial Revolutions Effects on Europe A great historian, J. H. Clapham, wrote: Even if the history of the industrial revolution is a thrice-squeezing orange, there remains an astonishing amount of juice in it (Lane 5). The Industrial Revolution had an overall positive effect on Europe. The Industrial Revolution was a series of dramatic changes in the way work was done (World History 473). Before the Industrial Revolution, most of all the work was done by hand. People used to plant crops, ...
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  • Eli Whitney Cotton Gin
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    Dustin Kerstein Section F 1 Cotton Gin In the late 1700 s the slave population in the United States had decreased. Before the invention of the cotton gin the South, which could only make money by farming, was loosing money because it didnt have a major crop to export to England and the North besides tobacco and rice. However, these crops could be grown elsewhere. Cotton was the key because it couldnt be grown in large amounts in other places, but only one type of cotton that could be cleaned eas...
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  • Eli Whitney Cotton Gin
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    Eli Whitney was born in Westborough, Massachusetts, on December 8, 1765, to Eli Sr. and Elizabeth Whitney. (Whitney) At the age of 12, Elizabeth dies, leaving behind Eli and 2 other children. This combined with having a stepmother within two years of his mothers death greatly effected Elis childhood. During the Revolutionary War, Eli started his first job. He decided to make nails, due to their demand at the time. (Eberius) This was only a sign of what was to come in his life. Eli had strong urg...
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  • Fill The Order ' Unquote Cotton
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    Well, I may as well begin in the beginning... you know what I mean. Mr. Whitney was born on December 8, 1769 in Westborough, Massachusetts. He was one of the first great American inventors. It probably began early on because he always enjoyed toying with objects. He loved to build and take apart items. When he was twelve, he made a violin. Shortly after, when he was in his teens, he established a prominent nail making business. Later on, 1783 - 1789 to be exact, he taught grammar school in Westb...
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  • Minimum Wage Laws Free Market Economy
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    How far does Fee Market Works-what are the Consequences Within the course of this research, we will elaborate on the principles of free market, liberalism. Although there is a growing body of support for a free market theory and liberalism, there is also some opposition to it, and both will be discussed within the conceptual framework of this essay. We will talk about how free market has become possible in America, as well as discuss the views of Milton Friedman on liberalism and free market. Fr...
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  • Challenging The Boundaries Of Slavery
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    Challenging the Boundaries of Slavery David Brion Davis wrote a beautiful book called Challenging the Boundaries of Slavery. The thesis of the book is the relationships between white people and black people. It is especially necessary to mention that the main theme of the book is abolishing of slavery, and the views that the author presents upon an issue interrelate with the issue of the Civil War. During the 1800 s the United States of America went through a turbulent period of expansion and re...
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  • American Civil War Jersey Prentice Hall
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    CAUSES OF THE AMERICAN CIVIL WAR I. Introduction to Civil War The American Civil War was a war fought within the United States of America between the North (Union) and the South (Confederacy) starting from 1861 and ending in 1865. This war was one of the most destructive events in American history, costing more than 600, 000 lives. It was thought to be one that helped shape the character of the American individual today. From the Southern point of view, this war was a War of Rebellion, or a War ...
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  • Eli Whitney Cotton Gin
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    By 1790 slavery was on the decline in America. Apart from tobacco, rice, and a special strain of cotton that could be grown only in very few places, the South really had no money crop to export. Tobacco was a land waster, depleting the soil within very few years. Land was so cheap that tobacco planters never bothered to reclaim the soil by crop rotation they simply found new land farther west. The other crops rice, indigo, corn, and some wheat made for no great wealth. Slaves cost something, not...
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  • Eli Whitney Cotton Gin
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    ELI WHITNEY BIRTH Dec 8, 1765 Westborough, MA DEATH Jan 8, 1825 New Haven, CT MARRIAGE Jan 6, 1817 Henrietta Edwards OCCUPATION Inventor NATIONALITY United States Eli Whitney was one of the most influential industrialists and one of the greatest pioneers of the Industrial Revolution in early American history. He lived in the south for only a few years, yet, during this time, he created an invention that would revolutionize the agricultural industry. The creation of the cotton gin, an machine tha...
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  • Eli Whitney Cotton Gin
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    Eli Whitney Historians believe that one of the greatest pioneers in the birth of automation, American inventor, pioneer, mechanical engineer, and manufacturer Eli Whitney. Best remembered as the inventor of the cotton gin. He made his first violin when he was only 12. Eli started college when he was 23, in 1788. He left for Georgia and got his first look at cotton business. He graduated from Yale in 1792, and went to Savannah, Georgia to teach and study law. After he graduated he went south to t...
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  • Cotton Gin United States Whitney
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    Whitney, Eli (1765 - 1825), American inventor, best known for his invention of the cotton gin. Whitney was born in Westboro, Massachusetts, on December 8, 1765, and educated at Yale College (now Yale University). In 1792 he visited the plantation, near Savannah, Georgia, of Catharine Greene, widow of the American Revolutionary War general Nathanael Greene. There he designed and built a model for a machine that would separate the seeds from the fibers of the short-staple cotton plant, work that u...
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    Stephen Mullins Hemp, Why It Should Be Legalized When the subject of hemp is brought up, most of us think of an illegal plant that produces a hallucinogenic high when the flowers or leaves are eaten or smoked. A plant that corrupts our youth, causing our teenagers to drop out of school or use the drug as a stepping stone for harder drugs such as cocaine or heroin. Does any of this sound familiar? What do you think would happen to these beliefs you have if you were to find out the information giv...
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  • Quality Of Life Industrial Revolution
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    Great Industrial Revolution Industrial Revolution Great Britain, as well as many other European countries went through a time of great change in the mid- 1700 s. This time of great change is known as the Industrial Revolution. While many countries were in shock as a result of the big changes going on, Great Britain was prepared for the big change. Britain had a large number of able workers and entrepreneurs. Also, Britain was rich in natural resources, had many fine harbors and markets, and plen...
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  • York Cambridge University R Amp D
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    Influences on Society- Michael Novak stated that there were three influences on any society: Political influences, Economic influences, and Moral Cultural influences. The political influences consist of the governmental body of that society and the laws and regulations set by this governing group. The moral cultural influences consist of the voluntary associations of a society: the churches, media, education systems, the people in this society. The final influence being the economic influence, w...
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