Not very many since slavery was banned.
it was 2,585,000
There were 20 million in the north during the civil war
The North, relative to the South.
It was outlawed, so none.
Also the South had Slaves to work on those farms the North started blockading the South there was a widespread shortage of many goods such as shoes. Adventages of North during Civil war? What were the advantages of the North?
23 in the north and 11 in the south, 34 in all.
about 20 million
23, I believe.
The North had an advanced and rapidly evolving industrial economy in the antebellum days and during the US Civil War. What is seldom overlooked is the fact that the North also had a booming agrarian economy as well. Wheat and wool were produced based on livestock and vast Northern farmlands. This enabled the North to enjoy a huge economic edge over the South as the Civil War unfolded.
9 north 7 south
North had 22 million people. The south had 9 million and of those 4 million were slaves. 90% of the factories were in the North. The south had 2 gunpowder factories. More railroads were in the north and twice as many horses, donkeys and mules.
Between 180,000 and 200,000 black soldiers served in the Union Army during the Civil War.
a little over 4000 railroads
about 4.1 million people
The workers of the northern factories had to work for many hours and had little rest.
smaller population than the North; didn't have as many manufacturing abilities as the North
The north had many factories and rail roads, making them far more advanced then the south. Britain however depended more on the south than the north because they needed cotton and the south was who supplied it. Tax was far better in the North too, it went up 80% during the Civil War. Which was better than the souths 9000%. Think about a gumball being $450. That's partially why the south was defeated my the north.
Very few compared to the North and it took a long time to build up an industrial base.
The north did because the south did not have factories to make them.
The Help in many sexual ways.
15 were so there you go byer