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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 - f reedmen and Indians both had differences with the whites of the land - whites in both areas felt they should be the dominant figure in both parts of the land Economic -many different job opportunities were created -an abundance of land was being giving to all people 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. The social aspect in the south and west were very similar. Both the freedmen and Indians had to deal with the whites attacking them and trying to
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Unformatted text preview: take things away from them. Some of those things included land and job opportunities. The white government in the west wanted to dominate the American Indians and a part of the white government of the south wanted to do the same with the freedmen. With the Indians and freedmen living in different parts of the country their social treatment was very much the same. The economic front was vastly different because of all the different job opportunities that were available. The jobs varied from farming, logging and mining. With all the land that was given or made available for purchase , made it easier for men to have farms and make money to support their families. These HIS 125 are just a few of the economic similarities of the New South and the Western Frontier. HIS 125...
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  • Winter '10
  • Native Americans in the United States, Southern United States, economic similarities, white government

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