North. The northern soil and climate favored smaller farmsteads rather than large
... South. View of the South In contrast to the factory, the plantation was a ... In fact
, there were almost as many blacks - but slaves and free - in the South as there ...
African slavery is so much the outstanding feature of the South, in the unthinking
view of it, that people often forget there had been slaves in all the old colonies.
The South tried to meet this demand by using slave labor on a growing scale. ...
In the states of the North, on the other hand, slavery came under successful
attack. ... They also held more traditional views about the role of women in public
While slavery was allowed in the North, it was less integral to the North's
economy than to the South's, and slave populations were generally much smaller
in the ...
Slavery was less crucial to the livelihood of the industrialized North than the
plantation system of the South. A Christian movement preaching against slavery
The number of slaves in the US at the beginning of the century was 1.2 million.
According to ... The North and South were different in a variety of ways. The North
source of sectional friction, the institution of slavery. Surely, therefore, it should
now be possible for North and South to discuss the subject dispassionately.
Sectionalism Views – North, South, West. VIEWS OF THE NORTH – ... Slavery –
Slavery is a less important issue for Northeasterners at this time but one that is ...
During the 1840s, slavery became the symbol and character of all sectional ....
upper South and Virginia especially was the wealthiest region of North America.
A look at the reasons the North fought in the Civil War. ... Flush with cash from the
sale of cotton, the South represented a prime, albeit small market. .... alienated
many Northerners with a pro-Slavery stance and he had supported Douglas's ...