APUSH - Baby Garraty Division States

APUSH - Baby Garraty Division States - MehmetBayram APUSH1...

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Mehmet Bayram APUSH 1 May 17, 2007 1. As   the   introduction   suggests,   to   what   extent   were   both   Northerners   and  Southerners   divided   over   the   Civil   War?   You   may   have   to   seek   additional  resources for this one.  The Northerners and the Southerners were clearly divided in more ways than  one. The Civil War had different effects on different states; while it had advantages in  some,   it   had   a   harmful   effect   in   others.   The   division   of   the   Northerners   and   the  Southerners was never before seen in the history of the United States.  The Civil War was very expensive in terms of money, and in terms of lives.  Farmers from the South became irritated by the war because of the expense it caused  them, and the amount of money necessary to avoid the War. Some farmers moved to  the Union to farm, since it was hard to make a profit in the South. Other farmers went as  far as rioting about the draft, called Draft Riots, or running away. 
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