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The American Cotton Boom was a increase in the need of cotton which came and led to many technological advancements. The increase of cotton led

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American cotton production underwent a real boom in the late 1790s because of?

the cotton gin


What American industries did not boom during the 1920s?

Corn Wheat Cotton


When was the American cotton boom?

From the late 17 century to the end of the civil war in 1890.


What role did Eli Whitney play in th the cotton boom?

he made the cotton gin whitch led to the cotton boom


Is a cotton boom a place?

no.


What date did the cotton boom start?

The cotton boom started in 1840 because the invention of the cotton gin (short for engine) made cotton production easier. By 1860, the US was producing more than half of the world's cotton.


What was the cotton boom?

a time where the production of cotton was high due to the invention of the cotton gin by Eli Whittney


What were the positive effects in the cotton boom?

The positive effects were that some farmers had alot of cotton to get done so the cotton gin or cotton boom makes it easyer and faster to get done and sold to cotton buyers and cotton buyers were alot more happy to get cotton and good quality,so yeah bye....


Why did the invention of the cotton gin lead to a boom and cotton Production?

It made possible the cheap and fast processing of raw cotton into cotton fiber.


What are some disadvantages of the cotton boom?

Many slaves were needed for picking all of the cotton that was in the planters property.


What are some reasons for the cotton boom?

Cotton was a prized crop in the American colonies and later in the United States. There was a worldwide demand for this crop and it was used to make all types of clothing. The US Southern climate was ideal for growing cotton and much of it was purchased by the Northern industrial US States and in England. The demand seemed to have no limits. When the cotton gin was invented in allowed for an easier way to remove seeds from cotton. More cotton was produced and sold worldwide as its demand seemed never to cease. With that said, cotton became a boom crop because of the demand of it in textile mills in the US and in Europe.


What effects did the cotton boom have on the slave trade?

It increased the need for slaves.