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1 Cotton Kingdom in the South Setting the Scene Chapter 14 section 3 Pg. 418

2 Cotton Kingdom in the South Setting the Scene Pg. 418 Chapter 14 section 3

3 Pg. 418 Cotton Kingdom in the South Cotton Gin, Cotton Boom Chapter 14 section 3

4 INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION TEXTILES MACHINES - Spinning Jenny - Power Loom - Sewing Machine causes High Demand for COTTON At first, the South could not provide enough COTTON for northern factories and European factories. They could probably grow it, but couldn’t clean it and ship it out fast enough. Pg. 418 Cotton Kingdom in the South Cotton Gin, Cotton Boom Chapter 14 section 3

5 Cotton Kingdom in the South Cotton Gin, Cotton Boom Eli Whitney’s Invention Pg Chapter 14 section 3

6 Introducing the Cotton Engine or Cotton Gin Eli Whitney Now, cotton could be cleaned much quicker and the South could plant, clean, and sell more cotton to the North and to Europe. This led to a boom in cotton production. Cotton Kingdom in the South Cotton Gin, Cotton Boom Eli Whitney’s Invention Pg. 419 Chapter 14 section 3

7 Pg. 420 Chapter 14 section 3

8 Cotton Kingdom in the South Cotton Gin, Cotton Boom Cotton Kingdom and Slavery Pg. 420 Chapter 14 section 3

9 The Cotton Gin causes An increase in the demand for slave labor and for land causes The Cotton Gin A boom in cotton production. Cotton Kingdom in the South Cotton Gin, Cotton Boom Cotton Kingdom and Slavery Pg. 420 Chapter 14 section 3

10 growing cotton on the same land year after year causes soil “wears out” rich soil poor soil Cotton Kingdom in the South Cotton Gin, Cotton Boom Cotton Kingdom and Slavery Pg. 420 Chapter 14 section 3

11 Chapter 14 section 3 Cotton Kingdom in the South Cotton Gin, Cotton Boom Cotton Kingdom and Slavery Pg. 420

12 growth and change in slavery Chapter 14 section 3 Cotton Kingdom in the South Cotton Gin, Cotton Boom Cotton Kingdom and Slavery Pg. 420

13 Chapter 14 section 3 Cotton Kingdom in the South The Cotton Kingdom Pg. 420

14 Chapter 14 section 3 Cotton Kingdom in the South The Cotton Kingdom Pg. 420

15 The Cotton Kingdom Chapter 14 section 3

16 Chapter 14 section 3

17 Chapter 14 section 3

18 Chapter 14 section 3 Cotton Kingdom in the South Cotton Gin, Cotton Boom Cotton Kingdom and Slavery Pg. 421

19 Chapter 14 section 3 Cotton Kingdom in the South An Agricultural Economy Pg. 420

20 Chapter 14 section 3 Cotton Kingdom in the South An Agricultural Economy Pg. 420

21 Because of high demand and high profits on cotton and other cash crops (tobacco, sugar cane, rice, and indigo) the South used most of their land, energy, and money on agriculture (farming) and did very little to develop any industry (factories). Instead, they bought goods from the North and from Europe when they traded with them. Chapter 14 section 3 Cotton Kingdom in the South An Agricultural Economy Pg. 420

22 Chapter 14 section 3 Cotton Kingdom in the South An Agricultural Economy Limited Industry Pg. 421

23 Chapter 14 section 3 Cotton Kingdom in the South An Agricultural Economy Limited Industry Pg. 421

24 Chapter 14 section 3 Cotton Kingdom in the South An Agricultural Economy Southern Cities Pg. 421

25 Chapter 14 section 3 Cotton Kingdom in the South Economically Dependent Pg. 422

26 Chapter 14 section 3 Cotton Kingdom in the South Economically Dependent Pg. 422

27 “The grave was dug through solid marble, but the marble headstone came from Vermont. It was a pine wilderness but the pine coffin came from Cincinnati. An iron mountain overshadowed it but the coffin nails and the screws and the shovel came from Pittsburgh….A hickory grove grew nearby, but the pick and shovel handles came from New York….That country, so rich in underdeveloped resources, furnished nothing for the funeral except the corpse and the hole in the ground.” Chapter 14 section 3 Cotton Kingdom in the South Economically Dependent Pg. 422

28 “The grave was dug through solid marble, but the marble headstone came from Vermont [in the NORTH]. It was a pine wilderness but the pine coffin came from Cincinnati [in the NORTH]. An iron mountain overshadowed it but the coffin nails and the screws and the shovel came from Pittsburgh [in the NORTH]….A hickory grove grew nearby, but the pick and shovel handles came from New York [in the NORTH]….That country, so rich in underdeveloped resources, furnished nothing for the funeral except the corpse and the hole in the ground.” Chapter 14 section 3 Cotton Kingdom in the South Economically Dependent Pg. 422


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