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A Natural in the Natural State

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An African-American woman and a young child pose for the camera as they are picking cotton. ... Grant Committee. Mike Polston. History Club. Shelly Tucker ... – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Title: A Natural in the Natural State


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A Natural in the Natural State
White Gold
Cotton
  • 3rd Grade History Box

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Plantation Agriculture Museum Scott, Arkansas
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Landform Map
4
Field Preparation and Planting
5
Breaking Soil and Building Seed Beds
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Breaking Plow
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early middlebusters
early planter
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Breaking the Ground
9
A New Kind of Farm Worker
10
A Tractor Applies Chemicals to Beds of Freshly
Planted Cotton
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Middlebuster
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Cultivation
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Cultivator
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Modern Day Cultivator
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A Crop-Duster Applying Pesticide to Cotton
Late 1930s
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Chopping and Hoeing
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Picking
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Field of Cotton Ready to be Picked
White Gold
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Arkansas Cotton
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Picking and Carrying Cotton
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Cotton Sack
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Cotton Scales
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Ginning
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Cotton Pen
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Cotton Gin Patent
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Steam-Powered Traction Engines
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Steam-Traction Engine
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Modern Day Tractor
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Waiting to Dump Cotton
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Cotton Being Dumped by Mechanical Pickers
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King Cotton
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Trailer at the Wait
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The Compress Process
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Stacking Cotton
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Hand Spindle
Spinner
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Writing Prompt
Write an essay about how cotton production has
changed. Before you begin to write, think about
what you have read about cotton production. Think
about what you have learned from the PowerPoint
and any research you have done. Now write an
essay about how cotton production has changed. Be
sure to give enough detail so that the person
reading your paper will understand.
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Special Thanks to
Bridge Grant Committee Mike Polston History
Club Shelly Tucker
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