Early Industrial Revolution in America, the Cotton gin, and slavery

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The growth of the 19th century American economy, in the North and South, was directly related to Eli Whitney's cotton gin and its ability to increase cotton production in the South. This increase in production led to a greater dependence on slave labor. Students will use primary and secondary sources to analyze this period in American History.
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Early Industrial Revolution in America, the Cotton gin, an
Early Industrial Revolution in America, the Cotton gin, an
Early Industrial Revolution in America, the Cotton gin, an
Early Industrial Revolution in America, the Cotton gin, an
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