• Chapter 8 Outline - National Experience
    the Old South rather than the New West The Survival of Slavery ▪ Slavery was the most profound difference between the North and South ▪ Northern states abolished slavery after the Revolution as well as Central & South America—abstract criticism of slavery since...
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  • Slavery: a Positive Good or a Positive Evil?
    . Factory workers, most notably Irish immigrants, endured horrible working and living conditions and slaves were taken care of by their masters. The factory workers in the North were forced to live in tightly packed slums and were paid very little to do the work that was too dangerous for anybody...
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  • South Vs. South
     South vs. the South One of the most controversial and bloodiest wars to have ever taken place was fought by a nation separated in two to decide the fate of slavery in America. The Union Army of the North would go on to win the war, but they didn’t do it alone. It took a great three-part...
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  • Expanding Nation
    plantation owners got richer the farm workers and slaves got nothing. The social system of the south and west was very unbalance by this wealth. In the deep south either you had money and were on the upper rung of the social latter or you were a farmer worker and on the lower or lowest rung to the...
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  • Slavery
    and threatened our vigor as a nation. Differing economies were the most salient factor in our opposing beliefs, as the South owned the Engelhard 5 slaves for agricultural prosperity and the North was industrial with factory workers. The politics of slavery upset the balance of power...
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  • Apush Chapters 9-10 study guide
    rights o No social mobility o No access to formal education o Classified as property Economically  Manufacturing and factories  Commercial/specialized farming  Both the north and south had booming economies during the 1800s  Both progressed in terms of technology and transportation...
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  • Social and Economic Conditions of the Northern and Southern States in the Years 1820-1850
    opportunities for whites since slaves had the jobs in the field, unlike the North where jobs were abundant in factories for the unskilled workers. Many of these unskilled workers were immigrants from Ireland and Germany. While on the topic of immigrants, this brings me to how the to areas...
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  • HIST131 Notes
    two- North and South. They were distinguished by their views on industrialization and wage labor, and each society thought the others’ economic system threatened the existence of the republic. Why does the South secede? Why does the North not let the South secede? ¼ households own slaves in...
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  • The Civil War the Real Reason
    it would mean to be an American.The north vs. the south In the 1800’s America was divided into two parts, North and South. The clash between the two different systems held by each caused there to be tension and eventually caused the inescapable war. The North was an Industrial land. Their factories...
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  • The Origin of African Americans
    of cotton per day. If they picked less they were sometimes beaten. b) Other Workers (1) Salt Mines in Louisiana (2) Rope Factories in Kentucky (3) Iron Factories in Virginia (4) Cotton Mills in North Carolina 4. Durante vita a) Maryland passed a law which allowed enslavement of Africans and...
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  • History
    factories and machines were. In the south there was rich soil used for farming and agriculture. The south would ship their produce to the north to be processed. The cotton boom cause great production of cotton. This caused a great dependence and demand of slave labor. Slaves were often auctioned off...
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  • Causes of the Civil War
    1860. The North had five times the number of factories as the South, and over ten times the number of factory workers. In addition, 90% of the nation's skilled workers were in the North. ● The labor forces in the South and North were fundamentally different, as well. In the North, labor was...
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  • Civil War
    American workers lived in cities. The north was not the only region of the U.S that was changed, the south was too. In the south bankers, industrialists and merchants influenced southern state governments. The term “new south” means a growing industrialization. Much of the south industries came...
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  • Economic and Social differences of the North and the South
    to the North’s economy. Then, with the South’s money the North would purchase cotton from the southern states. Also, in the South, there were hardly any job opportunities for whites since slaves were used on the fields, but unlike the North, where job opportunities were great and mainly were...
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  • 1754 League of Friendship
    South was agriculture dominated. 564 factories in the North – 62 000 workers / 166 factories and 10 000 workers. The North : Protectionnism, the creditor / The South : free trade , the debitor. The trafficking of Slaves, the north were free state, «  Underground railway », people from the...
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  • Plantation Laborers vs Industrial Workers
    in the factories. Although industrial laborers didn’t have easy lives, you can’t quite compare it to the life of a plantation worker. Most people who worked on plantations were slaves. These people weren’t treated as people, more so property. Basically, the entire economic system of the south was...
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  • Teacher
    The Divisive Politics of Slavery Chapter Four Section One I. Differences Between the North and the South a. Geography and Climate b. Religion and Culture c. Salver and Plantation vs. Wage Labor and Industry II. Slavery in the Territories a. Statehood for California i. Gold Rush- Rapid...
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  • Study guide history 1200 exam 1
    Confederacy Competing Notions of Freedom -North wanted to end slavery and also punish the south -they wanted to economize the South so they could provide the North with raw materials (cotton, lumber) for their factories to continue industrialization. -wanted to replace former slave system with a wage...
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  • American History Chapter 11 - 12 Notes
    society is not maintained), 19c, 20b, 21b, 22b, 23a, 24b, 25b. * * Chapter 11 * Rational why slavery is a good institution – slaves were treated better than labor workers because they were taking care of their property while northerners didn’t care about factory workers * How did...
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  • Us History Notes 1600-1870
    South – Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Florida, Georgia - Land great for growing cotton - A slave demand arises, slaves forced to walk from Virginia and Carolinas to South Slave families broken up - North benefits from Southern business - “Walkers Appeal” widely spread pamphlet amongst slaves...
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