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Eli Whitney

Eli Whitney (December 8, 1765 – January 8, 1825) was an American inventor best known for inventing the Cotton Gin.

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Never knew Samuel Morse (inventor of telegraph) was artist who painted Eli Whitney (inventor of Cotton Gin). Ed Weeden's American Gallery.
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Eli Whitney's Cotton Gin & the Industrial Revolution: Fifty Ibs of cotton could be de-seeded compared to 1 lb, in the same time.
I'm Eli Whitney and I invented the very first Cotton Gin
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GOOD MORNING - TODAY IS FRIDAY, June 20, the 170th day of 2014 with 194 to follow. Sunrise in the Boston area is @ 5:06 and sunset is @ 8:24. The moon is waxing. The morning stars are stars are Neptune, Uranus & Venus. The evening stars are Jupiter, Mars, Mercury & Saturn. ON THIS DAY IN: 840 - Vikings sailed up the Seine in France as far as Rouen, for the first time. 1756 - In India, over 140 British subjects were imprisoned in a cell called "the Black Hole of Calcutta" only 23 survived. 1782 - Congress approved the Great Seal of the United States. 1793 - Eli Whitney applied for a Cotton Gin patent. 1837 - Victoria ascended the British throne following the death of her uncle, King William IV. 1863 - West Virginia became the 35th state. 1893 - A jury in New Bedford, Massachusetts, found Lizzie Borden innocent of the ax murders of her father and stepmother. 1898 - During the Spanish-American War, the USS Charleston captured the Spanish-ruled island of Guam. 1900 - Chinese nationalists launch the so-called ...
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What does the difference does 'one' make?? Well, if your Thomas Edison, Alexander Graham Bell, Eli Whitney, John Deere, George Westinghouse, Benjamin Franklin., it made all the difference in the world. Because if they had listened to everyone around them and had given up instead of trying 'ONE' more time, we might not have the light bulb, the telephone, the Cotton Gin, the farm tractor, household appliances, or electricity as we know it. It's because someone believed in themselves when no one else believed in them that they succeeded. So, when someone asks you what difference does 'one' make, or what difference you can make., just remember that YOU can make all the difference in the world! But I said all that to say this., how much difference does 'one' really make??? It means the difference between Heaven and *** Because if the One, the Creator, the Lily of the Valley, the Bright and Morning Star, the King of Kings and the Lord of Lords, the ONE that we call Jesus hadn't came to this world and di ...
We hope this research will result in a new reference book for: The Revolvers of Eli Whitney, Jr. 1850 - 1879 Eli Whitney, Jr. assumed control of his father's armory in 1841. The Whitney Arms Company manufactured muskets for the Government and would continue to do so during the War Between the States. Whitney's first opportunity to become involved with the manufacture of handguns occurred in 1847, when Sam Colt received a contract for 1,000 revolvers during the War with Mexico. Colt had closed his plant in Paterson, New Jersey in 1843, due to economic conditions and loss of payments for his Paterson revolvers during the Seminole War. Whitney and Colt partnered for the manufacture of the Colt Walker revolver, at the Whitneyville armory. That venture helped Colt get back into the firearms business, and helped prepare Whitney to begin manufacturing his first handguns around 1850. Colt retained a patent on his revolving mechanism, which caused Whitney and other manufacturers to develop other methods of " ...
Mechanical Television Ulises Armand Sanabria An unusual item from Sanabria Sanabria Theatre Television Sanabria memorabilia and photos The following is from Peter Yanczer: Ulises Sanabria (1906-1969) Ulises Sanabria was born in southern Chicago on September 5, 1906. His parents were American and his grandparents were Spanish. He was raised and schooled in the Chicago area. He often said of his ancestry that it was so extremely mixed that he could best be described as "typically American". He was educated in the local Chicago schools and his "heroes" were Ericsson, Eli Whitney, Robert Fulton, Alexander Bell, Samuel Morse and most of all, Thomas Edison. He looked on Lee deForest as his contemporary, who was a generation ahead. Most of all, he wanted to be an inventor and do something big and important. He selected television, without the slightest idea of how he was going to go about it. When he was 15 years old, he told his one and only girl friend of high school days, that he was going to invent televisio ...
Eli Whitney Blake, Jr. (April 20, 1836 – Jan 10, 1895) American scientist. His father and namesake was an inventor and partner of the Blake Brothers manufacturing firm. The origin of the name Eli Whitney comes from Blake senior's uncle Eli Whitney, who changed the face of the cotton industry with the invention of the Cotton Gin. Blake graduated from Yale in 1857, after which he spent a year at Sheffield Scientific School. He was a member of Skull and Bones, class of 1857. Following his time at Sheffield, he traveled to Europe, where he studied chemistry and physics in the universities of Heidelberg, Marburg, and Berlin. On his return to America, he was made professor of chemistry and physics at the University of Vermont (1867). After less than a year, he went to Cornell University, where he was professor of physics and mechanic arts (1868–1870). During this time he also acted temporarily as professor of physics at Columbia College (1868–1869). From 1870 to 1895, he filled the chair of physics at Br ...
It was invented by Eli Whitney right before he invented the Cotton Gin.
On this date in 1794, Eli Whitney patented his invention, the Cotton Gin. Soon after, Whitney was heard to exclaim, "Keep your cotton picking hands off my gin!"
"Of all the tall tales, I think my favorite is the one about Eli Whitney and the interchangeable parts." - Jack Handy
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Today's American History Question. Eli Whitney is credited to the creation of the Cotton Gin as well as interchangeable parts, making his fortune through the military. The question is where was this man from? A. Selma Alabama B. Trenton New Jersey C. West Chester Pennsylvania D. Greenville Vermont E. West borough Massachusetts
And Mrs. Kilroy's class Electric City today with Eli Whitney museum.
1: Yellowstone becomes the United States' first national park. (1872) 2: Texas declared its independence from Mexico (1836). 2: Wilt Chamberlain of the Philadelphia Warriors scores 100 points in a basketball game. (1962) 3: The Star Spangled Banner becomes the National Anthem (1931) 4: The Constitution of the United States of America goes into effect. (1789) 4: Mrs. Charles Fahning of Buffalo, N.Y., is recognized as the first woman to bowl a perfect 300 game. (1930) 5: The Boston Massacre occurred. (1770) 6: Silly putty is invented. (1950) 6: Well known and loved Walter Cronkite signs off as anchorman off the CBS Evening News. (1981) 7: Alexander Graham Bell patents the telephone. (1876) 7: Monopoly board game is invented (1933) 8: President Ronald Reagan calls the USSR an "Evil Empire." (1983) 8: Baseball great Joe DiMaggio dies. (1999) 9: Ironclad ships the Monitor and the Merrimack battle in the Civil War. 10: The U.S. government issues paper money for the first time. (1862) 10: Alexander Graham Bell p ...
My friends inspire me - "Eli Whitney was laughed at when he showed his Cotton Gin. Edison had to...
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This is a school project that is going on...Can anybody help, by sending a postcard? Any and all would be appreciated...Thanx! Hey, everyone!!! We have an important job for you!!! The littlest human puppy has a school project where kids are trying to get postcards from every state in our country (some from overseas wouldn't be bad either!) We would all really appreciate your help with this. If you are able to help you can send a post card to the address below. Be sure to include who you are, who you know in class (Alyssa Moreno) and an interesting fact from your state. She is really excited about this!!! (We are all big geeks like that!) Send to: Eli Whitney School 94 Middle Road Enfield, CT 06082 ATTN: Room 6 -- Mrs. Foy
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A brief history on Eli Whitney and the Cotton Gin, and the impact they had on slavery in America. Made on Windows Movie Maker.
[ T O D A Y I N H I S T O R Y ] • 1794 , Eli Whitney is granted a patent for the Cotton Gin • 1812, the U.S. government authorized issue of America's first war bonds, to pay for military equipment for use against the British • 1900, the Gold Standard Act is ratified, placing United States currency on the gold standard • 1903, the Hay-Herran Treaty, granting the United States the right to build the Panama Canal, is ratified by the United States Senate. The Colombian Senate would later reject the treaty • 1910, Lakeview Gusher, the largest U.S. oil well gusher near Bakersfield, California, vented to atmosphere • 1923, President Warren G. Harding became the first chief executive to file an income tax report, paying a tax of $17,990 on his $75,000 salary • 1939, the republic of Czechoslovakia was dissolved, opening the way for Nazi occupation of Czech areas and the separation of Slovakia • 1942, Orvan Hess and John Bumstead became the first in the United States successfully to treat a patien . ...
3/8 Answer: Soujourner Truth (1797-1883) 🍀 NWHM Trivia Question 3/9 Who was the wife of American Revolutionary War general Nathanael Greene, mother of five, and not noted for being the main designer of and brains behind the Cotton Gin. (Eli Whitney was credited).
The Joslin family being descendant of Puritan Pilgrims are related to a lot of other well known Puritan families and their famous descendants... Here is a list of some of our in laws... President Abraham Lincoln... Former Governor Bill Richardson of New Mexico... Puritan leaders Miles Standish and John Prescott... Eli Whitney the inventor of the Cotton Gin... Actors Richard Gere and Marlon Brando... And... Lyman Frank Baum the author of The Wizard of Oz...
For those of you who don't know, my band Short Notice is playing a show with Suburban Legends March 18th. if you would like to come support us and jam out with Crisis Crayons and Eli Whitney & The Sound Machine , contact either Zachary Lane or myself and we'll hook you up with tickets. hope to see you there. Short Notice and Suburban Legends!
February is Black History Month of the cotton industry, 1793 In the years immediately following the Revolutionary War, the rural South–the region where slavery had taken the strongest hold in North America–faced an economic crisis. The soil used to grow tobacco, then the leading cash crop, was exhausted, while products such as rice and indigo failed to generate much profit. As a result, the price of slaves was dropping, and the continued growth of slavery seemed in doubt. Around the same time, the mechanization of spinning and weaving had revolutionized the textile industry in England, and the demand for American cotton soon became insatiable. Production was limited, however, by the laborious process of removing the seeds from raw cotton fibers, which had to be completed by hand. In 1793, a young Yankee schoolteacher named Eli Whitney came up with a solution to the problem: The Cotton Gin, a simple mechanized device that efficiently removed the seeds, could be hand-powered or, on a large scale, harnes ...
Becky writes, "I know the conversation is over, but I wanted to share some names of famous homeschoolers for grandparents who are afraid their grandchildren will never amount to anything! Agatha Christie, Thomas Edison, Michelle Kwan, Tim Tebow, Andrew Carnegie, Booker T. Washington, Clara Barton, Beatrix Potter, Ray Kroc, Joseph Pulitzer, Eli Whitney, Irving Berlin, Winston Churchill, Albert Einstein, Douglas McCarthur, Ansel Adams, Andrew Wyeth, Colonel Sanders, Pierre Curie, C. S. Lewis, Frank Lloyd Wright, D. L. Moody, Pearl S. Buck, at least 10 Presidents and 3 Supreme Court judges, including Sandra Day O'Connor. We are in good company!" Indeed we are!! :)
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What U.S. president was a personal friend of Eli Whitney, inventor of the Cotton Gin?
On this day in history January 14, 1799 Eli receives a contract for 10,000
The Eli Whitney Museum and Workshop is an experimental learning workshop for students, teachers, and families.
On this day in 1799, Eli Whitney receives government contract for the order on 10,000 muskets. Eli Whitney...
Listening to abit of whitney, can't wait to watch her autopsy tonight!
Luke 22:67 Art thou the Christ? tell us. And he said unto them, If I tell you, ye will not believe: KJB
Death will no longer exist. And sorrow, crying, and pain will no longer exist - Revelation 21:4
Cherish those you have in your life, because you never know when God will need them back.
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Stress comes into everyone's life-don't fall into distress in the middle of it!
"rollin down the street inventin the Cotton Gin sippin on juice. Laid back. Yeah agriculture *** !" -Eli Whitney I'm kind of a history buff
If Eli Whitney was born in South Central Los Angeles, he would've invented the Cotton Gin and juice.
Eli Whitney made no money from the Cotton Gin because he did not have a valid patent on it.
So do not fear,.. I will strengthen you and help you; I will uphold you with my righteous right hand. Isaiah 41:10
Jesus forgives you, no matter how dark your past.
"When the whirlwind passes by, the wicked is no more, but the righteous has an everlasting foundation." (Prov 10:25)
He leads us to the middle of conflicts that compromise & sin would easily "fix." But He says "Obey me" and the testing of…
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TIL that the "Gin" in Eli Whitney's Cotton Gin is short for "engine". Well it all makes sense now. In fifth grade, I just assumed he was an alcoholic!
When one doesn't know about the other ones' culture Ignorance swoops down like a vulture 'Cause you don't know that you ain't just a janitor No one told you about Benjamin Banneker A brilliant Black man that invented the almanac Can't you see where KRS is coming at With Eli Whitney, Haile Selassie, Granville Woods made the walkie-talkie Lewis Latimer improved on Edison, Charles Drew did a lot for medicine, Garrett Morgan made the traffic light Harriet Tubman freed the slaves at night Madame CJ Walker made the straightenin comb But you won't know this is you weren't shown The point I'm gettin' at it it might be harsh, but we're just walkin' around brainwashed! - KRS ONE PEACE!
INTERESTING FASHION FACT: "Cotton is the most widely used clothing material, but it only became common in mid-1800s, when Eli Whitney's Cotton Gin made it easy to separate the cotton fibers from the seeds. "-(by :-)
This game is pretty much what every man should strive to be, A fab godess of fashion. I once was a young boy that would only play anime girl and watch action figures but then this game came along to changed my life forever as i realised that i had purpose. My purpose you ask, to be fab and pretty to be able to date Ken and to be the best BarbyDoll™ there ever was. I love this game its almost as good as Gone Home but i think its pretty much GOTY in all fields. Now i will go into detail to why this game is so good and beats others like Skyrim and Bioshock Infinite for they are ok but nothing compared to this game and its amazing gameplay, masterfully written story, and its great graphics. Now listen by now you must be saying "this guy is crazy its just a game for little kids" but this game is deeper it explores the human condition and to why we love others. Barby is not a doll she is a statement that tells us that h-human emotion (sorry i got choked up there) and how easy it is to tame. This is where Ken ...
If you remember the church that was where the burger king downtown is now and that Eli Whitney attended had been to that church.
still looking for anyone who went to Eli Whitney class of 1960 I was wondering what happened to everyone.
Conversation with my little sister. Me: Do you know who Eli Whitney is, Angie? Angie: Whitney Houston's sister
History of Big Island Pond in New Hampshire Big Island Pond is a 532 acre lake located in the towns of Derry, Hampstead and Atkinson New Hampshire.The lake has a long and varied history going back to the aboriginal peoples and the possible settlement nearby of Irish Culdee monks over 1,000 years ago. Chief Escumbuit’s life from 1665-1727 intertwines with the history of the Big Island Pond. Into the twentieth century there was even a brothel located near the pond called “Laverne’s Place.” All of the interesting history is available in the book “Legends of the Pond, Stories of Big Island Pond, Atkinson, Derry and Hampstead” by Alfred E. Kayworth. Mr. Kayworth’s book gives a fascinating look at the pond and the people who have lived nearby. One interesting character on the pond was George Eli Whitney. “Derry from Turnpike to Interstate,’ says that ”For nearly fifty years a steamboat provided enjoyable trips on its waters. It was unique in that the man who built the boat in 1900 operate .. ...
I think Eli Whitney said it best "don't be fooled by the rocks that I got, I'm still I'm still jenny from the block. Use to have a little now I have a lot. No matter where I go I know where I came from! South side Bronx!"
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For my family - Just dropped off Sam and Ellie in Eli Whitney. Picnic in the living room, made Neiman Marcus chocolate chip cookies, took naps, watched Mary Poppins, ate lots of fruit. Ellie said, "when will it be Thursday again, Pop? I like Thursdays. " Fun day.
King of Gang Vocals as crowned by Eli Whitney & The Sound Machine.
Did you know that the cotton ‘gin,’ short for ‘engine,’ was developed and patented by Eli Whitney? This important invention sped up the process of removing the seed, which was previously done by hand and revolutionized the production of cotton.
The Town of Hamden will present the animated comedy "Monsters University"(G), on Friday, January 17 as part of Hamden's 2013-2014 Free Family Movie Series. The movie begins at 7 pm. Beginning at 6 pm, families can participate in a craft project based on the movie and designed by the Eli Whitney Museum. Attendees also will be treated to free popcorn and juice. The event is sponsored by Hamden’s Departments of Arts, Recreation and Culture, Community Services and Youth Services, with support from the Eli Whitney Museum and Best Video of Hamden. The movie will be held in the gymnasium of the M.L. Keefe Community Center, located on the corner of Dixwell Avenue and Pine Street (diagonally across from Burger King). Access to the parking lot is through the rear of the center. For information, call 203.287.2546.
The US Civil War lasted from 1861 to 1865 and led to over 618,000 casualties. Its causes can be traced back to tensions that formed early in the nation's history. Following are the top five causes that led to the "War Between the States." 1. Economic and social differences between the North and the South. With Eli Whitney's invention of the Cotton Gin in 1793, cotton became very profitable. This machine was able to reduce the time it took to separate seeds from the cotton. However, at the same time the increase in the number of plantations willing to move from other crops to cotton meant the greater need for a large amount of cheap labor, i.e. slaves. Thus, the southern economy became a one crop economy, depending on cotton and therefore on slavery. On the other hand, the northern economy was based more on industry than agriculture. In fact, the northern industries were purchasing the raw cotton and turning it into finished goods. This disparity between the two set up a major difference in economic attitu ...
I know what these are, this is the golden egg that kodak killed when they made the worlds first digital camera that led to their bankruptcy. I call it the Eli Whitney effect.
Eli Whitney (December 8, 1765 – January 8, 1825) was an American inventor best known for inventing the Cotton Gin. This was one of the key inventions of the Industrial Revolution and shaped the economy of the Antebellum South.[1] Whitney's invention made upland short cotton into a profitable crop, w...
Eli Whitney Died 8 Jan 1825 at age 59 (born 8 Dec 1765). American inventor, mechanical engineer, and manufacturer, who invented the Cotton Gin and developed the idea and methods for mass-production of interchangeable parts. The Cotton Gin is a machine that separates cotton fibre from the seeds. The device, patented in 1793, greatly stimulated cotton growing in the southern USA. Whitney subsequently turned to firearms manufacture, into which he introduced the notion of interchangeable parts. This he applied in his fulfilment of a US government contract (1797) to supply muskets. Whitney manufactured these in standardized parts for reassembly, meaning that for the first time worn parts could be replaced by spares rather than requiring special replacements to be made
On this date in 1825, inventor Eli Whitney died. Ironically, he was drinking gin with a fellow named Cotton.
Today in History: On January 8, 2002 President George W. Bush signed into law the No Child Left Behind Act. A recent study covered 183 UNC-Chapel Hill athletes who played football or basketball from 2004 to 2012. It showed that 60% read between fourth- and eighth-grade levels. Between 8% and 10% read below a third-grade level. Coincidence...I think not... Born on this day: Carl Rogers (1902), R. Kelly (1967, Kim Jong-Un (1983) Gone too soon: Eli Whitney (1825)
Born on 1/8: James Longstreet, Fannie M Jackson, Frank Doubleday, Evelyn Wood, Butterfly McQueen, Jose Ferrer, Soupy Sales, Elvis Presley, Shirley Bassey, Little Anthony, Graham Chapman, Stephen Hawking, Yvette Mimieux, David Bowie, Sean Paul, Rachael Lampa. R.I.P.: 1324 Marco Polo, 1642 Galileo Galilei, 1825 Eli Whitney, 1956 Jim Elliot, 1990 Terry Thomas, 2007 Yvonne De Carlo. On this day in: 1790 George Washington delivers first state of the union address. 1815 Battle of New Orleans; the war had ended on 24th of December 1814 but none of the combatants knew. 1835 The U.S. national debt is 0 (zero) for the first and only time.
"One of my primary objects is to form the tools so the tools themselves shall fashion the work and give to every part its just proportion." -Eli Whitney
189 years ago today: Eli Whitney 1765-1825 Cotton fibers are Pulled by hooks through mesh too tight For seeds to pass through
TODAY IN FOOD HISTORY On this day in: 1676 Charles II of England revoked his previous proclamation suppressing Coffee Houses due to public response. (See Dec 23, 1675) 1800 The first soup kitchens in London were opened to serve the poor. 1823 Alfred Russel Wallace was born. Wallace was a British naturalist who developed a theory of natural selection independently of Charles Darwin. He sent his conclusions to Darwin, and their findings were both presented to the Linnaean Society in 1858. 1825 Eli Whitney died. Inventor of the Cotton Gin, but more important he developed the concept of mass producing interchangeable parts. 1872 African American inventor Thomas Elkins received his second patent. It was for a ‘Chamber Commode’ - a combination "bureau, mirror, book-rack, washstand, table, easy chair, and earth-closet or chamber-stool." 1894 Pierre Joseph van Beneden died. A Belgian parasitologist, he discovered the life cycle of tapeworms. 1926 Comedian 'Soupy Sales' (Milton Supman) was born (died Oct 22, 2 ...
Eli Whitney died on this date in 1825.
1793...Eli Whitney invented the Cotton Gin. 2013 ... Eli Cruz... born. Maybe I have the next big thing on my hands!
Jay-Z Biography: Shawn Corey Carter (born December 4, 1969), better known by his stage name Jay-Z, is an American rapper, record producer, entrepreneur, and occasional actor. He is one of the most financially successful hip hop artists and entrepreneurs in America, having a net worth of over $450 million as of 2010. He has sold approximately 50 million albums worldwide, while receiving thirteen Grammy Awards for his musical work, and numerous additional nominations. He is consistently ranked as one of the greatest rappers of all-time. He was ranked so by MTV in their list of The Greatest MCs of All-Time in 2006. Two of his albums, Reasonable Doubt (1996) and The Blueprint (2001) are considered landmarks in the genre with both of them being ranked in Rolling Stone magazine's list of the 500 greatest albums of all time. Blender, included the former on their 500 CDs You Must Own Before You Die. Jay-Z co-owns the 40/40 Club, is part-owner of the NBA's New Jersey Nets and is also the creator of the line Rocaw ...
I don't care if your name is Eli Whitney. Keep your cotton-picking hands off my gin!...
1847 – Samuel Colt rescues the future of his faltering gun company by winning a contract to provide the U.S. government with 1,000 of his .44 caliber revolvers. Before Colt began mass-producing his popular revolvers in 1847, handguns had not played a significant role in the history of either the American West or the nation as a whole. Expensive and inaccurate, short-barreled handguns were impractical for the majority of Americans, though a handful of elite still insisted on using dueling pistols to solve disputes in highly formalized combat. When choosing a practical weapon for self-defense and close-quarter fighting, most Americans preferred knives, and western pioneers especially favored the deadly and versatile Bowie knife. That began to change when Samuel Colt patented his percussion-repeating revolver in 1836. The heart of Colt’s invention was a mechanism that combined a single rifled barrel with a revolving chamber that held five or six shots. When the weapon was cocked for firing, the chamber r ...
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Does anyone recognize this little girl? She's been found in Eli Whitney and needs to find her way back home!
Salutations and Greetings! With this extremely cold weather hitting us here in Pennsylvania (7F this morning), I know many of us are sitting in front of our fireplaces and enjoying the warmth. However, have you noticed that the wall above your fireplace is bare? Are you looking for an original musket to hang on the wall or add to your collection? If so, these original muskets may ONLY be purchased at the store. We just received new muskets and I wanted to make sure everyone had an opportunity to purchase one. If you are interested, feel free to call the store at (717) 338-1864 if you wish to pick one up: M1860 Spencer Carbine - $2,495 M1853 Sharps Slant Breech Carbine - $2,995 July 1860 Gallagher Carbine with 10 brass shells - $2,400 M1812 Eli Whitney, New Haven, CT - $1,095 M1816 Musket with Remington Conversion dated 1858 - $1,595 M1835 Springfield converted to percussion system in 1841 - $895 M1873 Springfield 45-70 Trapdoor - $775 M1873 Springfield Cadet Rifle 45-70 Trapdoor - $750 M1861 Springfi ...
A relatively modern addition to the historic Eli Whitney Museum collapsed Thursday night, the latest casualty of the winter's record snowfall. The only victim was a historic tractor, which can...
Happy b-day Eli Whitney! Our Featured Movie covers the Industrial Revolution his Cotton Gin invention helped shape.
This day in 1765 Eli Whitney born. He invented the Cotton? I thought it is was made with Juniper
Eli Whitney inventor of the Cotton Gin born this day in 1765
Eli Whitney (inventor of the Cotton Gin which separated cotton seeds from the fibers, was born today in 1765.
Today is the Feast of the Immaculate Conception (public holiday in several countries, a Holy Day of Obligation in others) On this date in 1596 – Luis de Carabajal the younger, one of the first Jewish authors in the Americas, died in an auto-da-fé (it will do you good to look it up) during the Spanish Inquisition in Mexico City; 1854 – In his Apostolic constitution Ineffabilis Deus, Pope Pius IX proclaims the dogmatic definition of Immaculate Conception, which holds that the Virgin Mary was conceived free of original sin; 1927 – The Brookings Institution, one of the United States' oldest think tanks, is founded through the merger of three organizations that had been created by philanthropist Robert S. Brookings; 1941 – World War II: Japanese forces simultaneously invade Malaya, Thailand, Hong Kong, the Philippines, and the Dutch East Indies; 1962 – Workers at four New York City newspapers (this later increases to nine) go on strike for 114 days; 1966 – The Greek ship SS Heraklion sinks in a st ...
and a Happy 248th Birthday to my man Eli Whitney. thx 4 inventing the Cotton Gin, ily a milli
On, read the story of Eli Whitney, the interchangeable-parts pioneer and cotton-gin inventor whose idea was widely pirated.
Today is the birthday of Eli Whitney (1765 - 1825).
Also happy to Mary Queen of Scots (1542) Eli Whitney (1765). Lots of important birthdays today!
Eli Whitney (1765-1825) today's Inventor of the Cotton Gin, a machine that separated cotton seeds from fibers...
Born today . 1765 Eli Whitney, inventor of the Cotton Gin.
SPOTLIGHT December 8 Answer of the Day When did NFL players start to wear helmets? The last time a National Football League team member played without a helmet was during the 1940 NFL Championship Game. Chicago Bears' end *** Plasman hardly needed to cover his head. His team beat the rival Washington Redskins, 73-0, in the most lopsided game in NFL history, on December 8, 1940. It was a home game for the 'Skins, who had beat the Bears, 7-3, just three weeks earlier. When the Bears decided to get even, they pulled out all the stops. Late in the game, officials begged Bears coach George Halas not to kick for extra points; they were running out of footballs, since so many had flown through the uprights into the crowd. Quote "I think you're a great football team, the greatest ever assembled. Go out on the field and prove it." — George Halas, to his team before the big game Word of the day lacustrine (luh-KUS-trin) adjective 1. Of or relating to lakes. 2. Living or growing in or along the edges of lakes. Et ...
Notable Birthdays for December 8 Those born on this date include:- Mary Queen of Scots in 1542 - Eli Whitney, i...
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Allow your creative and intuitive nature to surface.People like Alexander Graham Bell or Eli Whitney,would not be in our history books if they had worried what others thought of their inventions.You make progress by taking risks associated with the genius minds.
Dec 8: Eli Whitney: 1765—1825, American inventor. See biography and links to other people born today...
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Why would I go there.when I can just post my private info. and credit card number right HERE! Fricken Eli Whitney Mo-Fo's!
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Cotton was first domesticated in India, but was expensive until Eli Whitney invented the Cotton Gin in the early 1800’s.
". . . more slaughter, more misery, and more ruin than has ever before been borne within the compass of a ship." Winston Churchill was referring to the German warships, SMS Goeben and SMS Breslau, that eluded a British naval pursuit in the Mediterranean Sea at the outbreak of World War I. The German ships would eventually reach Constantinople, where their arrival would serve as a catalyst for the entry of the Ottoman Empire into the conflict on the side of Germany and her allies. As I gazed at the innocuous-looking box with the handle on the side, Churchill's words popped-into my head. He could very well have been describing Eli Whitney's transformative invention. This is from Wikipedia: "Whitney is most famous for two innovations which later divided the United States in the mid-19th century: the Cotton Gin (1793) and his advocacy of interchangeable parts. In the South, the Cotton Gin revolutionized the way cotton was harvested and reinvigorated slavery. In the North the adoption of interchangeable parts ...
october 28- Today is National Chocolates Day, Lung Health Day & St. Judes Day. Brad Paisley (singer) is 41, Julia Roberts is 46, my cousinette Bonnie's son) Tony Shepherd is 36, Bill Gates (computers) is 58, Bruce Jenner is 64, Joaquin Pheonix (actor walk the line, rivers brother) is 39, Telma Hopkins (member if Dawn, tony orlandos backup) is 65, Annie Potts (actress, ghostbusters) is 61, Devon Murray (seamus finnigan in harry potter film) is 25, Sheryl Underwood (the talk) is 50, Dennis Franz (NYPD Blue) is 69, Dorrough (rapper) is 27.1995 Dust On The Bott.le by David Lee Murphy was 1790 New York gave up Vermont for $30,000. 1793 Eli Whitney applied for a patent on his Cotton Gin.
"I tried to be Eli Whitney for Halloween but no one got it... I thought I was being really clever"
Joey Dcosta aha that's why you mentioned Eli Whitney yesterday.
using clever phrases involving my favorite pet will not win us over...which reminds of the story of Eli Whitney
Craig and Vizzi will play Sketchy songs acoustic tonight. And Eli Whitney & The Sound Machine songs. And covers. And songs that weren't good enough for either band.
It's And it's gonna be a thing. People laughed at Eli Whitney when he was inventing the Cotton Gin. This is like the same
we used to go on field trips to this Eli Whitney museum (Augusta, ga). They let u use the Cotton Gin and hand separator thing..
Do they teach kids about Eli Whitney anymore? Because I still know that we haven't used a Cotton Ginny in a hundred years, but do the kids??
another great morning in the books! Chopped it up the young adults at Eli Whitney and they hooked me up with their specialities for a Food Review. Filmed a Movie Review with my G, Reginald R-jay Lewis aka Reggie Regg! Hit up my old stomping grounds (Lowes, New Haven) to visit with my old team and now it is GTA V time baby!!!
Learning about Eli Whitney in western civ.
Eli Whitney Culinary Fam. Class of 2014 rockin with your main man, Daym Drops!
So I wound up cheering (bitterly) for the Steelers, since the Bears are in the NFC North. As Eli Whitney would have said, "I had to choose the lesser of two weevils." *snicker*
is up early today but not for the gym. Today I will spend the same quality time with the students of Eli Whitney (New Haven) as I did with the students of Platt Tech (Milford) Daym Drops Knowledge: School Tour. Maybe YOUR school will be next! ;-)
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Hispanic Heritage month? *** is this all about? I completely believe black history month is waste of effort in our current society. Maybe 10-20 years ago it was beneficial but at least that month is about celebrating the betterment of America. Hispanic Heritage month is laughable. Where is Scottish Heritage Month? Did anybody actually know it's in April? German heritage month is October along with Muslim heritage month, and there is no such thing as English, Christian, and Atheist Heritage months. I normally wouldn't care, but it is really getting out of hand. I am at least 15th generation born American on the father's side, and at least 5th on my mother's side but I still want my heritage celebrated. Plus what in the *** is a religion being celebrated for? Judaism is May, Islam is October and I just want to make sure that my Scottish, Cherokee, German, and whatever in *** else I am is celebrated as well as my religion so I can celebrate my differences from other white people who follow a mono-theistic .. ...
Finding the Right Mental Attitude for Success Attitude isn't quite everything when it comes to being successful, but attitude plays a part in virtually every phase of your life. A poor attitude gets more people fired than any other single factor, and a good attitude gets people jobs and helps them keep those jobs more than any other factor. Your attitude affects many people, from your family to the stranger you smile at on the street corner. Your attitude is particularly important when you face seemingly hopeless situations. Losing a job, mate, or friend because of a lousy attitude is unfortunate — especially because a bad attitude can be fixed. Choose optimism over pessimism You can find at least two ways to look at virtually everything. A pessimist looks for difficulty in the opportunity, whereas an optimist looks for opportunity in the difficulty. A poet of long ago put the difference between optimism and pessimism this way: "Two men looked out from prison bars — one saw mud, the other saw stars." ...
who was Benjamin Rush? Who is Eli Whitney? What is the Whitney stress block? Who hired guy fawkes at gun powder plot?
The Eli Whitney barn, built in 1816, was the centerpiece of the Whitney farm. It was the focus of agricultural activities which supplied the boarding house kitchen and provided shelter for the draft animals used at the Armory. Whitney's friend Silliman considered it "a model of convenience and even…
PASTOR OF THE INDEPENDENT CHURCH OF LONDON IMMIGRANT, 1634 FOUNDER OF BARNSTABLE, MA, 1639 Rev. John and his followers were subjected to religious persecution in England, including arrest and imprisonment in 1632. Lothrop was released in 1634 and ordered to leave the country. He arrived in Boston on Sept. 18, 1634, on the ship "Griffin," settling with his followers first in Scituate, then moving to Barnstable on Cape Cod. There, he established the West Parish Church, the oldest standing Congregational Church in America. Today, Rev. John Lothrop's Bible is on display in the Sturgis Library in Barnstable, Massachusetts. REV. LOTHROP'S CHURCH Rev. John Lothrop led a very tolerant, liberal congregation, admitting anyone who believed in God and promised to keep the Ten Commandments. He is credited with the founding of Barnstable, MA in 1639. Presidents George W. Bush, George Herbert Walker Bush, Franklin Delano Roosevelt and Ulysses S. Grant, U.S. Congresswoman Emily Taft Douglas, poet Henry Wadsworth Longfell ...
I'm a junior in high-school, and the only thing I've actually learned in 3 years is that Eli Whitney invented the Cotton Gin... Not sure when I'll ever need that...but I know it.
Eli Whitney was a poser idk how that is an insult ?
it has something to do with eli whitney and tutoring I think
Oh Sweet Eli Whitney's nose, it wasn't you.
Eli Whitney is probably one of the most ghetto high schools ever
Eli Whitney Tech is not the school I thought it was
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Well, our Roger Sherman letter, dated October, 1790, New Haven, CT, has come full circle. The Honorable Roger Sherman and Yale are all over this place along with, of course, many other historic names: Eli Whitney, Jonathan Trumbull, etc. Well, off to DSDI registration!
Eli Whitney inventing the Cotton Gin is all I can think of.
Thank you all for the kind birthday messages. At 26, Benjamin Franklin published the first edition of Poor Richard's Almanac. At 26, Eli Whitney invented the Cotton Gin. At 26, Ken Kesey published his first novel, One Flew over the Cuckoo's Nest. At 26, Steve Wozniak co-founded Apple Computer. At 26, Napoleon Bonaparte conquered Italy. I'm not planning on claiming a country this year, but I am believing in great things!   10% Off
o man. You're such an innovator. What's next Eli Whitney? A wr in the flex?
Eli Whitney when r u gonna invent a cotton picker that works exclusively on mouths
Sweet Eli Whitney's nose. It wasn't you, was it? It was Wes Mantooth! Oh, I should have known.
Eggs have been around for a million years, and yet we still don't have an automated way to de-shell a boiled one? Where's Thomas Jefferson or Eli Whitney when you need them?
GREAT FOLKS, I AM SO GOING!!! The fall festival at Concord UMC in Eli Whitney will be held on Sept. 28 from 4 to 7 p.m. with BBQ, chicken, and all the fixin’s. Cost is $8 adult $4 child (includes meal, drink and dessert). To-go plates available as well. There will be a bounce house for kids from 4 to 6 p.m. And a silent auction that ends promptly at 7.
"Who do you think made the Cotton Gin?". "Eli Whitney". "You're wrong and were taught wrong."
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Having choice in the foods we feed to our families is important to all of us. The first panel of the Food Dialogues this morning will focus on choice, including organic and conventionally grown foods, as well as the use of science and biotechnology in food production. Alex Hitt an organic farmer from Peregrine Farm in Eli Whitney, NC, said “When we started our small farming operation more than 30 years ago, words like organic and sustainable were barely known. Over the years, we have worked to define what those words mean and then implement the practices that best support those goals.”
The Orange Chapel Methodist Church's fall festival is Saturday, Oct. 5th starting at 6:30 AM with a country breakfast that you won't believe. Also, there is a large bake sale from some of the best cooks in Chatham & Orange counties and of course all of the home made candies, jams, preserves, jellies, pickles etc. Oh, can't forget all of the handmade crafts and a GIANT yard sale. There is always a huge turnout. Ask anyone who's been and they will tell you that it is the big event for the area around Eli Whitney-Frosty communities. Lots of things for the children, too, with games, that blow up jumin' thingy, etc. Orange Chapel United Methodist Church is located off of Greensboro Hwy. on Orange Chapel/Glover Garden Church Rd. Hey if you get lost, just stop at Kevin Ray's BP station at the Eli Whitney/Hwy. 87 crossroads and ask!! Once again---Oct.5th starting at 6:30 AM!! Oh, I forgot the best thing at the Orange Chapel fall festival. Mrs. Emma Braxton and friends homemade "FRIED APPLE PIES"! This ain't your ...
Congrats to the Girls Volleyball Team on their 3-0 win over Eli Whitney. Great work, girls!
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