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Unformatted text preview: Chapter 11 study guide!! North and the South differed 1. North and South budded heads about the issue of slavery. The North wanted slavery to be abolished, but the South said it was a viable work force. Cotton (advantages, disadvantages, other crops, types) 2. Cotton growers were able to develop a (--) cotton, which was a shirt fiber. 3. The demand increased because there were more (--). 4. Cotton became the basis of the southern economy and began to move (--). 5. Cotton was susceptible to (--), they would over produce some years, then produced the exact amount one year, and then under produced another year. 6. By the time of the Civil War cotton was (--) of the total U.S. export 7. Because of cotton being such a big export the phrase (--) became known and then the deep south became know as the (--) 8. As the deep south became known as the Cotton Kingdom slaves started moving form the (--) to the (--). 9. Upper south dependent on the (--) industry. Depleted the soil of nutrients, and was unstable. 10. Virginia, Maryland, and North Caroline switched to (--). 11. South Caroline, Georgia, and lower parts of Florida turned to (--) which was unstable because it took long to grow and they put more money into the crop than they got out. 12. The gulf south sugar growers enjoyed a profitable market 13. After people stopped tobacco we get rice, sugar, and long staple cotton. slave population (owners, numbers of slaves, locations) 14. Located in the (--) 15. 250,000 free blacks lived in slave-holding states by the time of the civil. 16. In some cases they would hold slaves themselves. They were usually family members so they could insure their freedom 17. Most free blacks were former slaves by buying their freedom or they were released when the master died. They bought their freedom by using a independently marketable skill like blacksmith or carpenter. 18.18....
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- Slavery in the United States, Southern United States, free blacks, Civil War cotton