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Axia College Material Appendix B Similarities in the South and West Part One: Table Complete the table below by inserting two to three brief points on the social and economic similarities of the South and the West. The New South and the Western Frontier Similarities Social Several different races, both had settlers move from the north, Economic Started with small businesses and eventually boomed, Used several natural resources to grow, Part Two: Summary Draw on the information from your table to write a 150- to 200-word summary explaining the major social and economic similarities that occurred in these two vastly different regions. Each the two regions have several similarities. Many of these range from how the population grew to how the economy began to grow. First , both the south and the west used several of their natural resources to help with industries that were
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Unformatted text preview: built. Several of the immigrants that moved to the south and west were immigrants and tourists. Another similarity between the south and west were what happened to the land when the resources were gone; the settlers would just pack up and move to see if they could find what they needed somewhere else. Both the south and the west also had several different wars between them and the Indians. When it came to settling down, many times it was on Indian reservation land and a battle would break out and they would just kill more and more Indians every time. I believe that the biggest similarity between the two HIS 125 regions was in a political matter. For instance, every time there was a new state made they had to go through several different rules and negations in order to become a state. HIS 125...
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  • Spring '09
  • Native Americans in the United States, Southern United States, Indian reservation, economic similarities

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