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The population of the South at the beginning of the Civil War was around 9 million people. This was quite small compared to the 22 million people who lived in the North.
There was no organized education or religion during the civil war. Most children who lived in the south were illiterate and dumb.
I think 30%. :) ^_^'
jones family lived in the south during the civil war.
At the time of the Civil War, the majority of people in the south (and the midwest) were farmers.
30% :) ^_^"
Out of the 9.1 million people living in the South during the civil war, 3.6 million of them were slaves.
there were not many for people
It lived well in most cases. Maritme commerce continued normally, most people were uneffected by the war in progress to the South.
a total of 4.1million people
The United States, it was between the North and the South.
Most were fighting for the south.
was the key general of the south during the civil war
The North had a higher population. In the South a lot of the people lived on huge plantations, they were like a city in itself. Most people in the South lived very far apart from each other.The North, on the other hand, was densely populated with huge cities. Unlike the South, they didn't rely on agriculture, but industrialism. Which is a huge advantage that they had during the Civil War.
on some farsm in the south some lived freely and in the north there was not slavery
Another name for the South during the Civil War was the confederacy
Scalawags were people that already lived in the southern states. These were people living in the south that supported the Reconstruction efforts and the Republican Party following the Civil War.
Southerners, secessionists, Confederates, rebels,
Cotton was often called the King of the South during the Civil War.
They rebelled against the status quo.
No. It had a much smaller population, a third of them slaves.
Jane, South, and Civil War are all proper nouns in this context and should be capitalized. South is not always a proper noun, but since we're talking about the South as a specific geographic area and not south, the cardinal direction, it is. Because it is the South, it's a proper noun. The same goes for Civil War. There are other civil wars, but because this refers to, "the Civil War," it means a specific one.