Factory System And The American Society

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American History

 

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September 5, 2015

 

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Most cotton plantations had slaves so it was more hands to pick the cotton since one person was only able to pick and separate around a pound for an entire days work. Many people wanted cotton but it was rare and expensive due to the tedious work to separate the fibers. However, at the plantation called Mulberry Grove in coastal Georgia, the widow of Nathanael Greene, Catharine Greene, took over the property and made a vital decision that would change the world...
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However, at the plantation called Mulberry Grove in coastal Georgia, the widow of Nathanael Greene, Catharine Greene, took over the property and made a vital decision that would change the world. A newly graduate of Yale, Eli Whitney, was visiting a fellow graduate at the plantation when Catharine Greene approached him with an idea...
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