· The South was very agrarian with huge plantations that required a lot of manpower. In the South, he would be looked down upon as a man trying to reach above his station. All the people in the north were grateful that the United States was unified once more. Rather, most of the effort was for free soil. There were going to be able to get to more places quickly, they will be able to transport troops, transport supplies, food, more weapons, ammunition, all of that was going to be able to be transported a lot quicker into more places in the North than in the South.
The transcript is for your convenience. At the Battle of Gondor, the orcs used several oliphaunt soldiers to overrun the brave soldiers of gondor, until the horsemen of Rohan rode to the aid of Gondor. The Southern economy, however, was built on the labor of African American slaves, who were oppressed into providing cheap labor. It was the differences that caused the war. The North went against slavery and they were called the Union.
In the North, more railroads, roads, and canals provided better access to travel. · Students will write down their homework. An important issue separating the country related to the power of the Federal government. Perhaps one of the hugest differences between the North and the South before the civil war, and one of the greatest causes was immigration. The south used farming tool and sneak attacks to fight, the south used guns and bombs. Northern liberals are essentially morally disgusted with what they believe to be an outmoded and barbarous system that is arbitrarily maintained by the South.
The Northern States had farms as well, but lots of people were moving to the cities to work in factories, making shoes, textiles, tools, or other things. When Congress imposed tariffs on lots of imported goods, which was good for the factories in the North. And conscripted is just another word for drafted. The Confederacy tried to raise money by borrowing from its citizens, in exchange for Confederate bonds. This was called the Second Great Awakening. Their charter called for the abolition of slavery by any means, which sometimes was violent and controversial.
The influx of immigrants from Europe and Asia provided competition in the labor market, however, keeping wages from growing very quickly. This all happened just after Abraham Lincoln became president. Railroad lines were much more present in the North than the South. I found intervention to be especially important in this lesson, because without knowing the geographic, cultural, and economic conditions of the U. The climate in the south was much warmer making farming more of a economy booster. In the South, however, there were not that many factories.
· T will use the information that the Ss share out as an informal pre- assessment on the Civil War. Students: · Ss will fill out the Venn Diagram · Ss will complete their worksheet. . This would have a profound impact on the war, since the South could put a maximum of 1 million men in uniform and managed far less in the event. Of the four million slaves working in the South in 1860, about one million worked in homes or in industry, construction, mining, lumbering or transportation.
During the Civil War, President Abraham Lincoln issued the Emancipation Proclamation which freed all slaves. · T will use the activity as an informal check of understanding on the main concepts of the lesson. · T will tell the Ss that they can use their notes to fill out the Venn diagram comparing the North and South prior to the Civil War. The growth of the Southern cotton industry served as an engine of growth for the entire nation's economy in the antebellum pre-war years. The war is, further, not for any principle, does not touch the question of slavery and in fact turns on Northern lust for sovereignty. Also, in 1860, the South's agricultural economy was beginning to stall while the Northern manufacturers were experiencing a boom.
The PowerPoint will be focused on the Northern Region their economy, culture, and geography , the Southern Region their economy, culture, and geography. Slaves did most of the work on the plantations. What were the two immigrant groups that came to the U. John Calhoun, then Vice President, stated that the tariffs were harmful and unfair and he argued for the rights of the states. Thus, secession seemed to be the only way of preserving those rights.