Cotton Whipping Machine, U.S. South, 1869
Caption, Things Worth Knowing--The Whipping Machine for Cotton; shows a man at work. This image later appeared in Frank Leslie's Popular Monthly, vol. 9 (1880), p. 568, with the caption Whitney's Saw-Gin; the 1880 image accompanies an article describing cotton production in South Carolina.
Frank Leslie's Boy's and Girl's Weekly (Oct. 2, 1869), vol. 6, no. 154, p. 380.
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