ELI WHITNEY COTTON GIN The Eli Whitney cotton gin. Inside the gin the cotton goes through the hopper, the teeth grab the fibers and pull them through the narrow openings of the grid. The seeds are larger than the opening and can't pass through, thus fall to the floor.
BLACKWELL CUP REGATTA Columbia oarsmen beat Yale and Penn in the Regatta Classic in New York, NY. Young Dick Glendon's varsity eight sweeps to victory a length ahead of Ed Leader's Eli crew and out in front of red and blue shell in fourth annual renewal of Blackwell Cup race on Harlem River. Blue and white boys row smoothly to win in a walk.
Date: 1931 - BLACK/WHITE Source: Video: DV Length: 00:01:38:00, No Audio
1940'S MODERN COTTON GIN The modern cotton gin is much larger, than the experimental gins of Eli Whitney's days. New machinery has been added to clean the cotton and it can carry a larger amount of cotton through the gin.
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