Essay heading: Eli Whitney: The Inventor That Shook The Nation

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In 1794 he receives a patent and he was in business. Even before Eli applied for his patent, farmers and plantation owners ordered planters to plant a complete field of this cotton. When word got around, there were more crops of cotton than Eli could make cotton gins in a year. Then everything went to he ...
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. . pot. People started to make their own gins, and that meant Whitney and his partner weren't making or receiving any money. So their costs of making all of the gins in the beginning were continuing to go unpaid. After other things happened, the E-ster: quote "Turned his back on cotton, the cotton gin, and the South forever...
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