A lot better then the Southern economy. They had most of the roads, train tracks and buissnesses
The Northern economy wasn't as badly hurt by the war as the economy of the South.
grew and prospered
The Norths economy during the civil war and in general during this time period was industry and trade, the Souths was agriculture The Northern economy wasn't as badly hurt by the war as the economy of the South. (APEX)
The Civil War generated a huge growth of the Northern industrial economy.
The Northern economy actually strengthen after the Civil War with the newly freed slaves seeking homes and employment in the northern cities, and the South's economy was in shambles.
The Civil War helped the Northern Economy because it created a boom in clothing, ammunition, and other industries.
northern battle songs in Civil War
During the US Civil War, the economy of the Northern states flourished as they supplied arms, ammunition and other supplies needed for fitting their soldiers. For the most part, no areas of the Northern economy were in danger from Southern military forces. Northern farmland crops continued to be exported to Europe as well. Mostly this was wheat.In a manner of speaking, the US economy in the civil war had the same advantages it had in WW 1 and WW 2.
The Northern blockade meant the South could not sell its cotton.
The Northern states were called the Union during the Civil War.
The Commander of the Northern armies during the last year of the Civil War was Karla Montas.
It was a northern state.
The huge demand for all the war-supplies that Northern factories and farms could provide - and that Southern plantations couldn't.
Assuming you mean the American Civil War, the northern states
Before the War it was great. During and afterwards it was terrible.
It was Washington DC.
became increasingly industrialized