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Economy of the Confederate States of America - Wikipedia

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The Confederate States of America had an agrarian-based economy that relied heavily on ... After losing control of its main rivers and ports, it had to depend on a weak ... The harvests were fairly ...

King Cotton - AP U.S. History Topic Outlines - Study Notes

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A stable slave culture was in place in the south, providing labor for southern plantations. ... The motto of Southerners became “Cotton is King,” and they were happy to ... Since England was so dependent on the south's cotton and the north's ... from cotton were willing to disregard the indications that a one-crop economy ...

Industry and Economy during the Civil War - National Park Service

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New technologies showing America's emerging industrial greatness were ... In 1860, the South was still predominantly agricultural, highly dependent ... But while the southern states produced two-thirds of the world's supply of cotton, the South ... the South with the diplomatic and military assistance they needed for victory.

How Slavery Helped Build a World Economy

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MAIN · ANIMAL NEWS · ANCIENT WORLD · ENVIRONMENT NEWS ... Back to Page 1 Page 2 of 2 ... This shift of the slave economy from the upper South ( Virginia and Maryland) ... Even on plantations, however, they worked in other capacities. ... But the American financial and shipping industries were also dependent on ...

The Role Cotton Played in the 1800s Economy | African American ...

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Cotton was 'king' in the plantation economy of the Deep South. ... twelve times the value of the entire U.S. cotton crop and forty-eight times the ... One-fifth of Britain's twenty-two million people were directly or indirectly involved with cotton textiles.” ... England's economy, so fundamentally dependent upon the tex...

Civil War History: How the Cotton Gin Contributed to the Civil War

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The agricultural South was dependent on cotton production and the economic and political elite there feared that as more new states entered the union they ...

Plantations *** - Colonial America

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Crops were planted on a large scale with usually just one major plant ... crude wooden cabins consisting of one or two rooms, often with a dirt floor, in the slave ... Southern Plantations Economy - Types of Plantations in the Colonial South .... When the indigo plants were in bloom, they were cut and put in large tubs to soak .

The Economic Impact of Slavery in the South - Dictionary definition ...

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Skip to main content. Home ... Above all, cotton was the primary crop throughout the South, with the growing cotton region ... Their plantations depended on increased production of export crops on increasingly tired soil. ... Purchasing records demonstrate how plantations varied in the extent to which they were self- sufficient.

Chesapeake Bay - Economy - The Mariners' Museum

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The economy of the Chesapeake Bay region has always been tied to the ... Virginia has had "cash-crop" agriculture, with a heavy commitment to tobacco as its main crop. ... to Europe after their colonization of the Caribbean and South America. ... in colonial society, they were indebting themselves to the English merchants ...

The Growth of the Cotton Industry - Boundless

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Describe the economic and political effects of Eli Whitney's cotton gin. Key Points ... War, the southern states were providing two-thirds of the world's supply of cotton. ... Cotton plantations depended on slave labor, and as a result of the boom in ... in the South continued to grow Chesapeake tobacco and Carolina rice as the...