Cotton industry early thcentury artwork Cotton harvesting by men women and children working on a plantation in the valley of the Mississippi USA Cotton plants produce bolls white which are harvested and processed to obtain cotton fibre which is used in clothes and other textiles The southern US states produced millions of bales of cotton annually in the early th century By this time the workers were free as slavery had been abolished in the USA in Artwork from the th volume second period of of the French popular science weekly La Science Illustree
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