Level 3 Level 5
Level 4

North/South differences


17 words 0 ignored

Ready to learn       Ready to review

Ignore words

Check the boxes below to ignore/unignore words, then click save at the bottom. Ignored words will never appear in any learning session.

All None

Ignore?
South
It was rural and static in its rate of change
South
It was decentralised
South
It was primitive in its social and economic organisation
South
It placed a premium on the values of loyalty, courtesy and physical courage
North
Was statistically still agricultural and rural
North
It responded to the dynamic forces of industrialisation
North
It had mass transportation and modern technology
North
Its cities were egalitarian and highly organised
rate
The North was urbanising at a faster ... than the South
10-26
From 1820-1860 change in percentage of free staters living in urban areas
5-10
From 1820-1860 change in percentage of slave staters living in urban areas
intensive
Southern agriculture remained traditionally labour..
intensive
Norther agriculture became increasingly capital
slave states
By 1860 the North had twice the value of farm machinery per acre and per farm worker than the ...
31%
in 1810 the Slave states had an estimated ... of the capital invested in manufacturing in the US
16%
In 1860 the slaves states had an estimated ... of the capital invested in manufacturing in the US
choice
The Southern lag in industrialisation was principally because of a Southern ... not to invest in such things