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    19th Century Slavery Essay

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    America during the 18th century. As the North became increasingly industrialized and urbanized, there was less demand for slaves. Different from the North, the South vastly depended on slaves to work on the cotton plantations. The industrialization of the North and the rapid growth of cotton industry in the South divided the nation during the 19th century. It was a regional issue that both sides increasingly disagreed on the issue of abolishing slavery in the United States. Some Northerners…

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    The Cotton Gin would enough clean cotton balls. Cleaning cotton balls was dull, and in this method, there were numerous people required for this task. Since the cotton has many seeds, it took various hours of troublesome work to clear the seeds. They then anticipated that would transform the cotton into the required surface. " Eli Whitney ensured the cotton gin, a machine that adjusted the formation of cotton by unbelievably quickening the route toward removing seeds from cotton fiber". This…

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    Eli Whitney is mostly remembered for inventing a machine called the cotton gin, which separates cotton seeds from the cotton fibers. That was not his only contributions, another was the interchangeable parts. He was credited with inventing the milling machine although many scientists think he was not the inventor. His inventions play an important role in the agricultural revolution. Eli Whitney was born in 1765 in Westborough Massachusetts. His dad was a farmer. Young man Whitney became a…

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    During the 20th century, the industrial revolution had three positive effects on the economy. the three important reasons are new technology, transportation, and the assembly line. During the 20th century many things changed for better. Some improvements and inventions changed the way people live and work, others just made things more efficient such as the assembly line invented in 1913 by Henry Ford. Other new technology such as the maxim gun invented by Hiram Maxim in 1884. This invention was…

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    trading of raw materials like cotton and diamonds. However, with these connections, Kalambayi is disconnected from the Western world due to neocolonialism thus causing disconnections that people from the Western world have not considered. Because Belgium colonized Zaire (now the Democratic Republic of the Congo) there is still neocolonialism within Kalambayi after they gained independence from them. Around the 1950’s, the Belgians introduced…

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    The creation of Eli Whitney revolutionized America and changed the way people valued others. The cotton-gin was a machine that removed the seeds from the cotton about fifty times faster than a slave per day. The cotton-gin mostly affected the eastern-southern part of America because of the large cotton farms. From 1800 to 1820 annual cotton production quadrupled and unfortunately the amount of slaves increased as well. In thirty years (1800 - 1830) the number of slaves doubled being 2 million.…

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    spun into yarn or made into fabrics. 1.2 Staple fibers can be defined as natural fibers that can be twisted to form properties of yarn. Staple fibers are popular for their variety in lengths. There are several examples of fibers such as: Hemp, raw cotton, flax etc. 1.3 Filament yarns are sole threads that are endless and which length is its property. Filament yarns can be crimped or textured…

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    In 1992, 37% of all exports were accounted to be cotton products, such as raw cotton, cotton yarn, cotton cloth, and cotton waste. Whereas other imperative exports were ready made garments, which were of 15% ,synthetic textiles were of 6%, and rice which was of 6% as well. In 1990s, Pakistan 's balance of trade remained particularly weak…

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    Fair Trade Essay

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    The Unfair Trade Of Clothing: A Brief Clothing Study Joy, M, Ringold University Of The People Define Fair trade: "A movement whose goal is to help producers in developing countries to get a fair price for their products as to help reduce poverty, provide for the ethical treatment of workers and farmers and promote environmentally sustainable practices" (Merriam-Webster, 2015). This essay below will briefly cover some of the Fair Trade issues with clothing. Or The Unfair Trade Of Clothing.…

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    towards the rate of adopting new technologies is the cotton gin, a hand-cranked machine that separates cotton fibers and seeds. Invented by Eli Whitney in U.S during 1791, it revolutionized the processing of cotton in the southern cotton industry. The raw cotton was laden with seeds, which must be removed by hand. This labor-intensive process demanded more expensive slaves to process the cotton for efficiently. With the invention of the cotton gin, the process became automated and efficient.…

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