Lesson Details

Title: Machine vs. Hands
Created By: Ken Rocco
Grade Level(s): 5th
Content Statement:
Standards: Economics
Summary: This lesson uses how the invention of the cotton gin affected the production of cotton in the South and how this led the North to built factories to process the cotton into cloth (textiles). (Specialized Trade)
Date Modified:6/22/2011
Lesson Files:  Rocco.zip

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