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North was against making slaves states in the west

South wanted to make slave states in the west

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One of the obvious differences between the North and the South during the U.S. Civil War was that the North was anti-slavery and the South was pro-slavery.




Slavery and political differences between them.


The south allowed slavery and the north didn't and that was the cause of the civil war.


There were several causes of the Civil War including slavery. The social and economic differences between the North and South was an other contributing factor.Economic and social differences between the North and the South and the controversy of slavery caused the Civil War.


Leading up to and during the Civil War, the North tended to be more urban while the South was more rural. The North was also more industrial than the agricultural South, which gave the North a steep advantage.



The base cause of the Civil War was the disparate cultural differences between the North and the South. The South was primarily agrarian and the North was primarily industrial.



Slavery, the north was a manufacturing economy and the south was agricultural.


The United States, it was between the North and the South.


Well for one the south had slaves. The south grew cotton and tobacco which would die in the north. The North had more industrial buildings and more resources than the south.


The North depended on free workers while the South depended on slaves.


South thaught that it was ok to have slaves, but the north thaught that that was not treeting humankind fairly.


John Licata * The economic differences were: * The North had an industrial based economy. * The Southern economy was agriculturally based * The North was represented with the Whig party * The south represented by democrats * south encouraged slavery * north did not mind slavery, but tried to prevent it from spreading to the rest of the country


One difference between the north and south economically was that the south was relying on agriculture to make money while the north was industrializing. The south needed slaves to work their fields so they could make money while the north had more manufacturing jobs.



There were 20 million in the north during the civil war


The education during the civil war in the north was education.


Transportation systems were more developed in the North than in the South.


Between 180,000 and 200,000 black soldiers served in the Union Army during the Civil War.


Some differences were that the South supported slavery and the North didn't, the South was based on agriculture and the North on industries (like factories), and the South wanted more states' rights while the North supported a federal government.


The north of the US was more industrialized and the south was more agricultural in the 19th century; and prior to the Civil War, slavery was practiced in the south and not in the north.




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