u5ws[1] - Assignment: Unit 5 Review Questions Student Name:...

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Assignment:  Unit 5 Review Questions Student Name:   Score:  (___/227)*50= ___/50 Part 1 Contrast the North and the South at the outbreak of the Civil War economically, politically and socially by  filling in the chart provided.  Use the text and any outside information found. (40 points) Economic Workforce North: Immigrants, and poor laborers.  Also includes farmers. South: Slavery Industry North: Factories producing clothes, furniture, guns, and food products. South: Depended on slave labor to work their cotton and tobacco plantations. Trade partners North: Spain France and England South: Great Britain, France and Spain Economic base North: Manufacturing South: Agriculture (cotton) Political Slavery in the territories North: Wanted nothing to do with slavery South: Condoned slavery and saw nothing wrong with it The tariff North: High tariffs to protect manufacturers South: The tariffs made the products they bought more expensive since they mainly traded with  Britain, France and Spain
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North: believed in a strong three-branch system of government under the U.S. Constitution,  where the states could not nullify, or overturn a federal law. South: Believes states should have the power to nullify a federal law Fugitive slave law North: Slave chasers were not welcome in the north South: Thought all slaves who escaped should be brought back Social African Americans North: Free blacks are still restricted by prejudice. Paid less than whites South: All Blacks had to follow the Slave Codes enacted by the Legislature Lifestyle North: Concerns centered on urban life, manufacturing, and shipping South: Dominated by the plantation system Write a well developed paragraph explaining sectionalism.  Be sure to include at least four examples of  sectional differences between the North and South, and the concerns of the West during this time as well.  (10 points) The Sectionalism started after the Revolutionary War, because Americans were more concerned with  local interests than with the interests of the nation as a whole. The feeling of Sectionalism was at its  highest just before the Civil War. The country divided into the North, South, and West; each had its own  concerns, culture and economic system. Part 2 Match the following events to the time they occurred by placing the letter of the correct event on the  timeline. (15 points) 1619 E                                A. Uncle Tom’s Cabin was published 1705 N                                B. Nat Turner’s rebellion  1803 G                                C.
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