Eboogie4
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How did the cotton gin lead to a rise in slavery? The slave trade was legal for farm work only. Demand for cotton in the North declined. The cotton gin made growing cotton less profitable. Growing cotton required many workers.
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HannahC234
  • HannahC234
The cotton gin lead to a rise in slavery because it made it much easier to extract the seeds from the cotton that was grown in the fields, which meant that farmers were able to plant and grow more and more cotton, which led to a rise in demand for slaves would would work the vastly expanding cotton fields
Eboogie4
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@BeautifulMystery.
dmcdowell
  • dmcdowell
D i think

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BeautifulMystery.
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Like Hanna said so D
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