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Miniature showing 1. Pamphila and two servants or students gather cotton, with walled city in background; 2. Pamphila carding the cotton while the servants clean and wind it. Initial, rubric, border design.

Trees & shrubs of India; Two sorts of cotton trees; The ja ka; The li chi.

Whidah pease ; The cotton tree ; The Maniok root.

Santolina, foliis Rosmarini folio = Santolina verde = Petit Ciprés ou Garderibe.[Holy flax; Rosemary leaved lavender cotton]

Smith, John Cotton

Smith, John Cotton

Smith, John Cotton

Smith, John Cotton

Smith, John Cotton

Smith, John Cotton

Smith, John Cotton

Végéteaux qui servent à faire des liens: Imbire (Cipò imbé), Cotonnier (Sapoucaÿa).

Végétation du Brésil.

Tyrant Flycatcher or King Bird. (Cotton wood. Populus candicans).

Blue-winged Yellow Swamp-Warbler. 1. Male. 2. Female. (Cotton Rose. Hibiscus grandiflorus.)

Cotton field.

Cotton field.

African-American longshore men and bales of cotton on the dock.

Away down among "de cotton and de coons," Louisiana, U.S.A.

Cotton field.

A cotton float, New Orleans.

Cotton field.

Group in cotton field.

Cotton field.

Cotton cart.

Cotton Mills, Lewiston, Maine.

Picking cotton, Louisiana.

Rockport cotton mills.

Picking cotton, Louisiana.

Picking cotton, Louisiana.

Cotton field.

Cotton field.

[Picking cotton.]

Cotton! cotton! cotton! levee, New Orleans, La. U.S.A.

Trucking cotton from steamboat.

Picking cotton.

African-American longshore men and bales of cotton on the dock.

Loading cotton, New Orleans, U.S.A.

Away down among "de cotton and de coons," Louisiana, U.S.A.

Picking cotton.

Picking cotton, Louisiana.

Street, Gainesville, Fla. [A horse-drawn cart filled with cotton(?) in a street. Gainesville, Fla.]

Str. S.H. Parisot, unloading cotton.

Brooklyn Bridge and Cotton Exchange, N.Y.

Hoeing young cotton.

Away down among "de cotton and de coons," Louisiana, U.S.A.

Trucking cotton from steamboat.

Cotton plant.

Ripe cotton field.

Cotton plant.

Cotton Mills, Lewiston, Maine.

Cotton field.

Spinning cotton yarn in the great textile mills, Lawrence, Mass.

Galveston: view from Lufkin's Wharf, southeast.

Cotton field.

Interior of cotton mill.

Rockport steam cotton mills.

Cotton plant.

Cotton field.

Str. Henry Frank, unloading cotton.

Street, Gainesville, Fla. [A horse-drawn cart filled with cotton(?) in a street. Gainesville, Fla.]

Cotton! cotton! cotton! levee, New Orleans, La. U.S.A.

Away down among "de cotton and de coons," Louisiana, U.S.A.

Rush of cotton, Union Wharf.

A pyramid of cotton seed, Florida.

Picking cotton.

Rush of cotton, Union Wharf.

Cotton Mill, Waterville, Me.

Str. S.H. Parisot, unloading cotton.

Loading cotton, New Orleans, U.S.A.

Waiting for your team at the cotton gin, Florida.

Picking cotton in a great plantation in North Carolina, U.S.A.

Cotton is king - A plantation scene, Georgia.

Away down among "de cotton and de coons," Louisiana, U.S.A.

Picking cotton in a great plantation in North Carolina, U.S.A.

Laborers returning at sunset from picking cotton, on Alex. Knox's plantation, Mount Pleasant, near Charleston, S.C.

General view in large printing room of cotton mills, Lawrence, Mass.

Cotton field.

Away down among "de cotton and de coons," Louisiana, U.S.A.

Ten[n]essee Cotton Mill.

Picking cotton.

Group in cotton field.

Interior of cotton mill.

Cotton cart.

Away down among the cotton and coons, U.S.A.

A pyramid of cotton seed, Florida.

Cotton is king - A plantation scene, Georgia.

Cotton field.

Cotton field.

Rockport steam cotton mills.

Cotton plant in bloom.

Cotton field.

Spinning room, Cotton mill, Langley, S.C.

Away down among "de cotton and de coons," Louisiana, U.S.A.

Cotton field.

Cotton traffic, New Orleans, La.

A cotton float, New Orleans.

Cotton Mill, Waterville, Me.

Cotton field.

Picking cotton.

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