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Franklin, B., on clothing of
colonists, 119 ff.; at Constitu-
tional Convention, 133 ff.
Free-soilers, 225 ff.

Free trade and cotton, 179 ff.,
313.

Fugitive slave law, 228, 230.
Fuller, T., cited, 40, 41.
Fulton, R., meets Cartwright,

76; praises Whitney, 154; let-
ter from Whitney, 301; his
invention, 302, 356.

Galveston exports increase, 354.
Gama, Vasco da, sails for India,
35; transforms trade routes,
36.

"Gangetiki," 30.

Garrison, W. L., on secession,
205, 246.

Gaskell, Mrs. E. C. S., on In-
dustrial Revolution, 101.
Gaskell, P., cites Radcliffe,
on Industrial Revolu-

64 n.;
tion, 98 ff.
Geddes, P., cited, 107, 386 ff.
Genoa and cotton, 34 ff.
George III cited, 128, 142.
Georgia and early cotton cul-
ture, 124; and the Constitu-
tion, 132 ff., 189; early slav-
ery, 143, 145, 150; vexes
Whitney, 165; tariff strug-
gle, 189.

Germany and cotton in Great
War, 362 ff.

Gezira plain and cotton, 373.
Gibbins, H. de B., on Industrial

Revolution, 1, 51, 98 ff.
"Gin," etymology, 65; invention

of, 158 ff. (see also Whitney).
Gladstone, on U. S. Constitu-
tion, 134; and the Civil War,
275 ff.

"Golden age" of cotton in Eng-
land, 70.

Gordy, J. P., cited, 248.

"Gossypium," 68, 380 n., 387.
"Grades" explained, 374 n.
Grady, H. W., on old South,
306; on Sherman, 319; on
cotton plant, 382.

Grant, U. S., quoted, 294.
Grayson, W. J., poem on slaves,
308.

Great War (of 1914) and cot-
ton, 313, 359 ff.

Greece and cotton, 30.
Greene, Mrs. N., and Whitney,
154 ff.

Grimshaw, J., his verses, 75.
Guadaloupe and ancient cotton
culture, 113.

Guest on English weavers, 57.
Gulf exports increase, 354.
Gun-cotton, 365 ff.

Haiti and ancient cotton cul-
ture, 113.

Hallam, H., on Edward III., 39.
Halle, E. von, cited, 152, 257.
Hamilton, A., and early manu-

facture, 122 ff.; on early cot-
ton prospects, 123, 125; and
the Constitution, 133 ff.
Hamilton, Governor of S. C.,
187.

"Hammocks," etymology of, 113.
Hammond, H., on cotton in-
crease in a century, 5, 337;
cited, 235 n., 295.
Hammond, J. H., 229, 235 ff.,
257, 295.

Hammond, M. B., on cotton in

ancient America, 116; cotton
and colonists, 124; rice crop,
146; early slavery, 149 ff.;
slavery and cotton,
198 ff.;
cotton and Civil War, 259 ff.
Hargreaves, J., his invention,
58 ff., 329.

Harriman, E. H., and Salton
Sea, 376.

Harriman, Mrs. J. B., on child

labor, 326, 328.

Hart, A. B., cited, 132, 147 n.,
186, 194; on New England
and secession, 195.
Hartford visited by Washington,

174; "Convention," 195.
Havre as cotton market, 319,
334 n.

Hawkins, J., and slavery, 139.
Hayne, R. Y., and tariff, 187,
190; "compact" theory, 193;
S. C. railway, 202.
Helper, H. R., cited, 142 ff.,
231 ff.

Henry, P., on slavery, 143.
Herodotus on cotton, 7, 8, 17,
26.

"Higher Law" doctrine, 226.
Hill, B., on the new South, 310.
Hindus and cotton, 6 ff., 19 ff.,

384. See India.

Hobson, J. A., on inventions, 82,
414.

Hodge, C., on slavery, 230.
Holland and England, 37, 44.
Hollyhock and cotton, 304.
Holmes, H., and Whitney, 162 ff.
Holmes, J., and Jefferson, 196.
Holst, H. von, on Calhoun, 212.
Homer, H., on roads, 86.
Hooper, B. W., and negro prob-
lem, 323.

Howe, H., on great inventors,
66 ff.; quotes Whitney's letter
to Fulton, 301.

Hunley, W. M., on negro prob-
lem, 325.

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Imports of cotton goods, U. S.,
345.

Incas and ancient cotton culture,
117.

India and Alexander, 6 ff.; early

cotton history, 16 ff.; relation
to Civil War, 264 ff.; modern
cotton production, 337, 339 n.,
423; modern manufacture,

351 ff.

Indians, American, and cotton,
113, 123.

Indigo, its decline, 145.
Industrial Revolution in Eng-
land, 48 ff.; reflex action on
America, 175, 302, 356.
Inefficient America, 344 ff.
Intensive cultivation important,

381.

Interdependence of nations, 4,
360 ff., 391.

Internationalism, 4, 360 ff., 391.
Inventions, British, 58 ff.; Amer-
ican, see Whitney; philosophy
of, 82; statistics of, 414.
(See also under names of ma-
chines and inventors.)
Inventors, Baines on, 59. (See
under individual names.)
Iowa, admission of, 205.

Jackson, A., quoted, 189, 190.
Jackson, Governor of Ga., on
Whitney, 164.

Jackson, "Stonewall," 319.
Japan and cotton manufacture,
351, 393.

Jay's treaty, 218.

Jean de Struys on Vegetable
Lamb, 12.

Jefferson, T., on early cotton

culture in America, 124; on
slavery, 142; on tobacco crop,
147; writes to Whitney, 160;
on protection, 179; Ky. Reso-
lutions, 193; on Mo Com-

promise, 196, 200; on early
secession tendencies, 246.
Jeffrey on Watt's engine, 80.
Jenny invented, 58, 63 ff.; ety-
mology, 65; brought to U. S.,
122, 172.

Johnson, Allen, cited, 128, 131.
Johnson, Alvin, cited, 314.
Johnson, Judge, on Whitney,
166.

Johnson, O., on Garrison, 246.
Johnston, A., on the Constitu-
tion, 136 n.; on early slavery,
143; quotes Quincy,
Quincy, 194;
blames Congress of 1803, 197;
quotes Clay, 208, Calhoun,
209 ff., and Von Holst, 212;
criticized, 217 n.;
quotes
Whittier, 225; on secession,
247.

Jumel plants cotton in Egypt,
372.

Kansas, admission of, 228, 236.
Kay, J., invents fly-shuttle, 52,
57, 59 ff., 329.

Kay, R., invents drop-shuttle,
61.

Kelvin on Watt's engine, 80.
Kentucky and early slavery,

145; "Resolutions," 193, 194.
King, H., translation quoted,
402.

King predicted in America, 128.
King's speech on cotton (1904),
371 n.

Kirkland, J, H., cited, 402.
Kirchwey, G. W., on Blockade,

263.

Kropotkin, cited, 388.

Krupps and wood-pulp, 365 n.

Lagos cotton, 371.

Lair, M., quoted, 296.
Lancashire and cotton, 41, 424;
Cotton Famine, 261 ff.; su-

premacy threatened by Japan
and India, 351, 393.
Latitude of cotton zone, 337.
Latta, J. W., 251.

Laws against cotton, 45 ff.
Lecky, W. E. H., on slavery,

141.

Lee, Fitzhugh, 251.

Lee, H., on Vegetable Lamb,
9 ff.;
on cotton in ancient
America, 117.

Lee, R. E., at West Point, 251;
on foreign aid, 262; esteemed
in the South, 319.
Lentulus Spinther and cotton,
30.

Lewis, G., and Civil War, 276.
Lincoln, A., on early slavery,
140 n., 144; on principle in-
volved in secession, 244; Trent
incident, 275; letter to Man-
chester working-men, 279 n.;
esteemed in the South, 319.
Lindsay and Roebuck incident,
286 ff.

Literary Digest cited, 296, 353.
Liverpool as cotton market,
319, 334 n., 360.
Livy on cotton, 30.

Lodge, H. C., on Webster and
tariff, 182; on secession, 249.
London Index cited, 281.
London Magazine cited, 353.
London Saturday Review
Cotton Famine, 266.

on

London Times on Industrial
Revolution, 62, 75; on Davis's
inaugural address, 258; on
Cotton Famine, 263, 265, 266,
267.

London Weekly Review (Defoe)
cited, 48.

Loom invented, 58, 71 ff., 175,
302.
Louisiana purchase and admis-

sion of, 194, 197 ff., 219; cot-
ton and slavery in, 198 ff.

Lowndes of S. C. introduces

tariff, 179.

Lowell, F. C., 175.

Lowell, J. R., his tribute to
Adams, 276.

Macara, C., on American ineffi-
ciency, 344, 349, 424; on the
world's clothing, 350 n.; spind-
leage table, 424.

Macaulay, T. B., on cotton laws,

47; on Whitney, 127.

Magellan, F., finds cotton in

Brazil, 113.

Magill, P. H., Jr., cited, 379 n.
MacGregor, D. H., on Industrial
Revolution, 101; on transpor-
tation, 390.

McCulloch, J. E., 324 n.
McHenry, G., cited, 148, 268.
McMaster, J. B., on American
colonial life, 119, 144; cotton
manufacture, 184; tariff, 185,

186.

Madison, J., on early cotton
prospects, 125; ignorance of
Ga., 131; Journal of the Con-
stitutional Convention, 132 ff.;
on slavery, 142; on protec-
tion, 179; Ky. Resolutions,
193; Va. Resolutions, 195.
Maine, admission of, 201.
Malthus, T. R., on population,
92, 104 ff.; on benevolence, 97;
transportation, 390.
Malvacea, 304 n.

Manchester and early "cottons,"
15, 41; in Cotton Famine, 279,
290.

Manu, Institutes of, 16, 17.
Manufacture (see Appendix F)
in U. S., 120 ff., 348, 349; in
early South, 169; in New
England, 123, 172 ff., 183,
302; in modern South as com-
pared with New England, 341,

422; in England, see under
England, and Appendix F.
Manufacturers Record cited, 350.
Markets of world, 334 n., 356,
360 ff., and Appendix F.
Markham, C. R., on cotton in
ancient Peru, 116, 117.
Marsh, A. R., cited, 309 n.,
334 n., 339 n., 374 n.
Marshall, J., and the Constitu-
tion, 135.
Maryland and the Constitution,
132 ff.; and early slavery, 143,
146, 151; later slavery, 151.
Marx, K., on Industrial Revolu-
tion, 97.

Mason and Slidell, 274, 283 ff.,
291.
Massachusetts and the Constitu-
tion, 135 ff.; and slavery, 140;
early cotton manufacture,
172 ff.,
183; secession, 194,
195, 205, 246; modern cotton
manufacture, 343, and Ap-
pendix F.

Mather, W., on cotton in Sudan,
373.

Maundevile, J., on Vegetable
Lamb, 13, 14.
Maury, D. H., 251.

Maximilian and Napoleon, 271.
Memphis railway, 202.
Mercerized cotton, 29.

Mesopotamia and cotton, 380.
Metamorphoses of Ovid quoted,
402.

Mexico and ancient cotton cul-
ture, 113 ff.; modern do.,
377 ff.
Michigan, admission of, 205.
Microscope and cotton, 28 ff.
Mill, J. S., on machinery, 329.
Mill problem of the South,
315 ff., 326 ff., 330.

Miller, P., and Whitney, 155 ff.
Miner's lamp invented, 58, 78 ff.
Mississippi cotton first men-

tioned, 116; extensive cultiva-

Nevada, 207.

tion, 198 ff., 374 n.; and tariff,

189.

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Mit Afifi cotton, 372.
Mivart, St. G., cited, 387.
"Money crop" of South, 305,
335 ff., 357.

Monopoly of cotton in South,
337 ff., 370, 381.

Monroe, J., and the Constitu-

tion, 135; on slavery, 142.
Montezuma and cotton culture,
114 ff.

Moore, T., cited, 406.

Moors bring cotton to Spain, 31.
Morris, Gouverneur's father,

130.
Morse, J. T., Jr., on J. Q. Adams,
246.

Mosul, 6.

"Mountain whites," 315 ff.
"Mud-sill" theory, 240.
Mulberry Grove, 154 ff.

"Mule," 58, 62, 71 ff., 327, 347.
Muslin, how named, 6.
Mythology of cotton, 6 ff.

Naked Truth quoted, 46.
Napoleon I on cotton in Egypt,
372.

Napoleon III and Cotton Fa-

mine, 271 ff.; and Cotton
Loan, 283 ff.
National service, 392.
"Nationalism" of the old South,
202.

Natural monopoly, cotton, 338.
Natural selection, 105 ff., 389.
"Nauticus" quoted, 262.
Navigation Acts, 37, 218 n.
Navy consumption of cotton,
366.

Nearchus quoted, 6.

Negro problem, 323 ff. See also
Slavery.

Newbern, N. C., and early slav-

ery, 143.

New England and early dissen-
sions, 130; and Constitution,
132 ff.; early slavery, 138 ff.;
is affected by the gin, 172 ff.;
attitude on protection, 180 ff.;
on secession, 194, 205, 246;
during cotton famine, 270.
See also under Manufacture,
and Appendix F.

New Hampshire and the Con-
stitution, 135; cotton manu-
facture, 183.

New Jersey antagonizes N. Y.,

130; early slavery in, 145;
cotton manufacture, 183.

New Mexico, 207 ff., 221 ff., 379.
New Orleans and Civil War

blockade, 292; as cotton
market, 319, 334 n., 360; in-
crease of cotton exports, 354.
New Republic cited, 314.
New York antagonizes Connecti-
cut, 130, and the Constitution,
132 ff.; early slavery in, 140,
145, 150; as cotton market,
319, 334 n., 360; Ledger cited,
306; Packet cited, 131; Times
cited, 368; Tribune cited, 226.
Nile and cotton, 24, 26, 371 ff.
Nineveh and cotton, 18.
Norris, F., and "The Octopus," 1.
North, S. N. D., cited, 60, 174.
North American Review cited,
251.

North Carolina and early cotton

culture, 124; and the Consti-
tution, 132 ff.; early slavery,
143; pays Whitney, 165;
modern cotton manufacture,
342, 343; entertains Wu Ting
Fang, 350.
Northwest territory ceded,
132; ordinance of, 144, 206.
"Nullification," 190, 193.

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