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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 -Both were affected by racism where the whites were using violence to gain power -Both were divided societies due to the racism going on. Economic -Both helped the Northeastern by supplying raw materials and agricultural goods. -They both also used regions around them to help build or boost their economies such as human survival needs and financial. 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 west and south were good suppliers for raw materials, they provided
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Unformatted text preview: foodstuffs, and were consumers of finished goods. The south tried things like as tobacco, rice, sugar, and cotton. The west was good for cattle and buffalo. They had to face violent acts by the whites so they can take over and run things the way they want to run them. Since they pushed their way in, the communities were now divided due to racism. Every region of the South and West looked to other regions to help build their societies and get to where they are today. The south believed in industrialization to bring prosperity. They were strong in the crop-linen system that drove those who were poor into the south. It also exploited blacks into the area as well. The west exploited through settlement, conquest and capture. The western atmosphere became strong in western mining, ranching, and agriculture. HIS 125...
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This note was uploaded on 07/11/2011 for the course HIS 125 taught by Professor White during the Spring '11 term at University of Phoenix.

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