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GIGLIOTTI PRESENTS:. ROAD TO CIVIL WAR!. A MULTI-MEDIA SPECTACULAR!. THE NORTH. LARGE POPULATION. PEOPLE WORK IN FACTORIES. INDUSTRY & CITIES. IMMIGRANTS. THE SOUTH. ARGROCULTURAL WITH PLANTATIONS. “KING COTTON” “THE COTTON KINGDOM”. MORE LAND, MORE SLAVES 50% OF ALL

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The Early Civil War-Politics of Warfare and Turning the Tide

The Early Civil War-Politics of Warfare and Turning the Tide

The Early Civil War-Politics of Warfare and Turning the Tide. Mr. Winchell APUSH Period 5. The Upper South did not view Lincoln ’ s election as a death sentence & did not secede immediately. Some Northerners thought the U.S. would be better off if the South was allowed to peacefully secede.

By glynn
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A.P. U.S. History Notes Chapter 20: “Girding for War: The North and South” ~ 1861 – 1865 ~

A.P. U.S. History Notes Chapter 20: “Girding for War: The North and South” ~ 1861 – 1865 ~

A.P. U.S. History Notes Chapter 20: “Girding for War: The North and South” ~ 1861 – 1865 ~. President of the Disunited States of America. On March 4, 1861, Abraham Lincoln was inaugurated president, he stated that there would be no conflict unless the South provoked it.

By dick
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The Early Industrial and Transportation Revolution

The Early Industrial and Transportation Revolution

The Early Industrial and Transportation Revolution. Resourcefulness & Experimentation. Americans were willing to try anything for economic advantage. They were first copiers, then innovators. 1800  41 patents were approved. 1860  4,357 “ “ “.

By rex
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Era of Good Feelings

Era of Good Feelings

Era of Good Feelings. Unit 3.5. Everything good?. Era of Good Feelings good side Nationalism Optimism Development of “ A merican” Bad things: Panic of 1819 Missouri Compromise Factions within the Democratic-Republicans Sectionalism. Education, Art, Culture - American.

By lysa
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The American Civil War 1861-1865

The American Civil War 1861-1865

The American Civil War 1861-1865. Union Commanders. President Abraham Lincoln Ulysses S. Grant William T. Sherman George B. McClellan. Confederate Commanders . President Jefferson Davis Robert E. Lee T.J. "Stonewall" Jackson Braxton Bragg Joseph E. Johnston Albert S. Johnston.

By yul
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Cornell Notes - Chapter 11 Section 2 – “The Great Depression” Section 3 – “The New Deal

Cornell Notes - Chapter 11 Section 2 – “The Great Depression” Section 3 – “The New Deal

Cornell Notes - Chapter 11 Section 2 – “The Great Depression” Section 3 – “The New Deal. Homework for Monday 2/25 & Tuesday 2/26 : “The Destruction of King Cotton” (p. 383) *include boll weevil and drought “The Bottom Drops Out” (pp. 387-388) “Causes of the Depression” (p. 388)

By bao
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Birth of a Nation (1763-1790)

Birth of a Nation (1763-1790)

Birth of a Nation (1763-1790) . road to revolution colonial reaction to stiffening British control economic differences role of influential radicals philosophies that influenced the Declaration of Independence events of the Revolutionary War Articles of the Confederation

By billie
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The CIVIL WAR

The CIVIL WAR

The CIVIL WAR . Chapter 16 . First Shots @ Fort Sumter. After the South left the Union, state officials tried to take over the federal forts inside of their borders. Major Robert Anderson attempted to hold on to Fort Sumter—but his troops were low on supplies.

By ayala
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Chapter 20

Chapter 20

Chapter 20. Girding for War: The North and the South. Menace of Secession. No war unless South started it Can’t separate … geographically or politically Europe would love it Divide & Conquer. South Carolina Assails Ft. Sumter.

By brone
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Chapter 8 Section 3

Chapter 8 Section 3

Chapter 8 Section 3. “King Cotton” Cotton is King- David Christy. Chapter 8 Section 3. South- DE, MD, VA, NC, SC, GA Cotton belt- SC to TX South- rural Eli Whitney- cotton gin- 1793 Slaves- property “Prime”- $500- 1832 Denmark Vesey- slave- purchased his freedom

By raanan
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Slaves and Masters 1793–1861

Slaves and Masters 1793–1861

11. Slaves and Masters 1793–1861. Horrid Massacre in Virginia (1831) A composite of scenes of Nat Turner’s Rebellion, an illustration from a book entitled “Authentic and impartial narrative of the tragical scene which was witnessed in Southampton County [New York, 1831].

By gurit
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Chapter Ten

Chapter Ten

Chapter Ten. The South and Slavery, 1790s—1850s. Chapter Focus Questions. How did the slave system dominate southern life? What were the economic implications of "King Cotton"? How did African Americans create communities under slavery? What was the social structure of the white South?

By luz
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The South and Slavery

The South and Slavery

The South and Slavery. Chapter 10. The Domination of southern life by the slave system The economic implications of “King Cotton” The Creation of African American communities under slavery The Social structure of the white South and its increasing defensiveness. Key Topics.

By liluye
(258 views)

Part 3-Causes of Civil War---Reconstruction King Cotton

Part 3-Causes of Civil War---Reconstruction King Cotton

Part 3-Causes of Civil War---Reconstruction King Cotton Cotton became a huge agricultural factory-Yields were bountiful Economic Spiral-planters bought more slaves and land North reaped benefits also-How?

By zachary-nelson
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APUSH

APUSH

APUSH. DAY 5. The Rise of "King Cotton". Prior to 1793, the Southern economy was weak: depressed prices, unmarketable         products, over cropped lands, and an unprofitable slave system.

By portia-ratliff
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King Cotton & the Southern Slave Economy

King Cotton & the Southern Slave Economy

King Cotton & the Southern Slave Economy. The Rise of “King Cotton”. Southern cotton fueled the English & American Industrial Revolutions. “King Cotton” was the dynamic force driving the American economy from 1790-1840: The South provided ¾ of world’s cotton

By lacey-joyner
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Chapter 14: Forging the National Economy (1790-1860)

Chapter 14: Forging the National Economy (1790-1860)

Chapter 14: Forging the National Economy (1790-1860). The Westward Movement. US marched quickly toward west Pioneer life is very hard w/ isolation, disease & loneliness Frontier people were individualistic, superstitious & ill-informed because new information was slow to reach them.

By rinah-solomon
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Antebellum Mississippi

Antebellum Mississippi

Antebellum Mississippi. Mississippi Studies Coach Marbury ( cdt Mrs. Bailey). Slavery in MS. I. Brought by the French in 1700s From W. Africa or Caribbean Gov. Bienville & the Black Codes 1724 Included rights, marriage, property, gatherings, and punishments. Slave Contributions.

By justine-gilmore
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Civil War Project 1861-1865

Civil War Project 1861-1865

Civil War Project 1861-1865. DIRECTIONS: Save this file in your student drive as Your Name Civil War. Begin work. Drifting Toward Civil War.

By wakanda-diaz
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