When Eli Whitney was able to make a machine to separate the cotton buds from the US plant in cotton plantations in Georgia in 1792, he thought of the conveniences it would provide. After several weeks of work, he reached his goal and made his first gin machine. With this invention of Whitney, people who can clean up half a kilo of cotton a day start to clean up an average of 25 kilos. With this development cotton production became an extremely profitable business, and soon after that, the slave trade began to provide human power to the cotton fields. Share Bilgi Çoğalsın

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