Midterm III)1.Eli Whitney :In 1794, U.S.- conceived innovator Eli Whitney (1765-1825) protected the cotton gin, a machinethat altered the creation of cotton by enormously accelerating the way toward expelling seedsfrom cotton fiber. By the mid-nineteenth century, cotton had turned into America's driving fare.In spite of its prosperity, the gin profited for Whitney because of patent-encroachment issues.Likewise, his creation offered Southern grower a defense to keep up and extend bondage even asa developing number of Americans upheld its cancelation. Situated to a limited extent on hisnotoriety for making the cotton gin, Whitney later secured a noteworthy contract to assembleblack powder guns for the U.S. government. Through this task, he advanced the possibility ofcompatible parts– institutionalized, interchangeable pieces that made for speedier get togetherand less demanding repair. Growing up, Whitney, whose father was an agriculturist, turned out tobe a gifted workman and designer. Among the articles, he composed and worked as a young werenail manufacture and a violin. In 1792, in the wake of moving on from Yale College, Whitneywent to the South. He initially intended to function as a private mentor yet instead acknowledgedan encouragement to remain with Catherine Greene (1755– 1814), the dowager of an AmericanRevolutionary War (1775-83) general, on her manor, known as Mulberry Grove, close Savannah,Georgia. While there, Whitney found out about cotton production– specifically, the troublecotton ranchers confronted making a living. One coincidental aftereffect of the cotton gin'sprosperity, be that as it may, was that it reinforced subjugation in the South. In spite of the factthat the cotton gin made cotton handling less work escalated, it helped grower acquire moreextended benefits, inciting them to develop more prominent products, which this way requiredmore individuals. Since subjugation was the least expensive type of work, cotton ranchersprocured more slaves.2.Shay’s Rebellion :Shay’s Rebellion is the title which is given to the number of protests which happened during1786 and 1787 by Americans farmers against the state and local enforcement of tax collectionsand judgments. This was the result when poor farmers from western Masschetus were fightingfor high tax which was led by Daniel Shay’s, so the name was from his name derived Shay’sRebellion.3.Battle of New Orleans:Battle of New Orleans Battle of New Orleans is the war fought during Jan 8, 1815. On this dayMaj.Gen. Andrew Jackson led a small and inadequately equipped against 8,000 British soldiersand registered victory which is last major war of 1812. Major General considered as the hero ofBattle of the New Orleans where he was leading small poorly armed team registered a victoryagainst highly armed British troops where he later became the seventh president of the USA.