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Eli Whitney was an American inventor, most famous for his invention of the cotton gin. He was a member of the Ekaterina branch of the Cahill family, though it is unknown if he was active in branch activities. A display recognizing Whitney and the cotton gin was on display in the Ekaterina stronghold in Cairo, Egypt.