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Sectionalism and the Worlds of the North and South - Quiz

by the 1830's factories began to use ___ power steam
the invention of the cotton gin led to an ___ in the number of slaves needed increase
in the mid 1800's most northerner's lived: on farms
the South's ecomony was based on: agriculture
by 1860, enslaved Africans made up ___ of the South's population 1/3
what was the most profitable cash crop for the South? cotton
the major railways of the nation were located in the: north and west
most southerners owned ___ slaves. no
the telegraph allowed pople in different parts of the country to: exchange information quickly
in the south, the small group that had the most influence was: planters
many of the workers in northern factories were: immigrants from Ireland and Germany
the Cotton Kingdom stretched from: South Carolina to Texas
the Northern economy was based on: industry
the Cotton Gin was invented by: Eli Whitney
during the first part of the 19th century, differences between the North, South and West led to: sectionalism
workers in northern factories began to organize and form unions because of: low wages and poor conditions
Slave Codes were laws that: made it illegal for slaves to learn to read and write
the larges group of southern whites was: small farmers
raw materials and factory goods could be transported more cheaply and quickly as a result of: railroads
Created by: cmiller621