Chapter 11: Cotton, Slavery, and the Old South
The Development of the South
The South expanded, too, but in a different way.
S remained primarily agrarian. But balance of economic power shifted from tobaccogrowing upper South (VA, NC, MD, KY) to
Gilded Age Graphics Project
Cheyenne Indians lived peacefully before the
creation of railroads.
Child labor was common.
Vanderbuilt created railroads which made him
more powerful than uncle sam(government).
Grace Abbot fought to end child labor.
Profile for Africa South of the Sahara
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answer the four questions below the chart. Answer in the space provided,
William Henry Harrison
James K. Polk
John C. Fremont
Stephen A. Douglas
John C. Breckenridge
Ulysses S. Grant
Rutherford B. Hayes
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List of Important Individuals by Country
1. John Peter Zenger
2. Andrew Hamilton
3. George Washington
4. Gen. Braddock
5. William Pitt
6. James Wolfe
7. George III
8. Chief Pontiac
9. George Grenville
10. James Otis
11. Crispus Attucks
12. Samuel A
Chapter 14: Civil War
Strengths and Weaknesses of Both Sides
N has population of 22 million, S 9 million (less than 6 million white).
The Northern economic structure is extremely superior, especially rail lines.
But Serners fighting on own
List of Explorers and the Countries for Which They Sailed
Prince Henry the Navigator
Vasco Da Gama
Mexican-American War set off new sectional conflict; Wilmot Proviso was debated in
Congress prohibiting slavery in land won from Mexico. Polk wanted to extend MO
Compromise line; others wanted to let people decide for themsel
Created through the Connecticut Compromise
Powers of Congress
Right to collect taxes
Establish rules for members
Regulate electoral college