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Transcript: William Morrison and John Wharton were the genius inventors who created a machine that heated finely-granulated sugar and was spun into thin threads, making an easier way to produce Cotton Candy. Impact Cotton Candy Prezi made by Lily Vore Tech Ed Block B 9/29/13 Where Culture Impact Cotton Candy had an Economic Impact because it was created essentially for the rich, and was not an every day or well known treat. By William Morrison and John Wharton creating a machine to easily and cheaply create Cotton Candy, it became more popular and it started making more profits. John Wharton William Morrison was an inventor, dentist, lawyer and author, from Nashville Tennessee. He was also a leader of civic and political affairs. William Morrison later became President of the Tennessee State Dental Association William Morrison William Morrison and John C. Wharton were both born and raised in Nashville Tennessee, where they created the legendary Fairy Floss. John C. Wharton lived between 1835-1915 and William Morrison lived between 1860-1926 John C. Wharton was also born and raised in Nashville, Tennessee. He was an American confectioner and the co-inventor of cotton candy. When people go to fairs, amusement parks, baseball games, or even movies, what is one thing in common? Food. There is one snack that you can find almost anywhere. You guessed it, Cotton Candy. Cotton Candy made a Culture Impact because it is a food that many people eat in many different places. Many children all around the world enjoy having "Fairy Floss" for a special treat. Thanks(: Who They Were Some History Click for sources Economic Impact <3Cotton Candy<3 Thanks(: After the Cotton Candy machine was invented in 1897, William Morrison and John C. Wharton decided to publicize it to the world in the St Louis World Fair in 1904. They sold about 68,655 boxes of Cotton Candy, each for 25 cents, which was a significant amount for that time period. That would have made them $17,163.75. Today they would be sold for about $6 a box, so that would be about $411,930 in total. Cotton Candy had two main impacts. An economic impact, and a culture Impact.

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