The factories made textiles, ships, and guns. These are the most important things the factories made because it greatly improved the chances they had in winning the war.
The north. The north had more factories to make weapons. The north also won the Civil War.
There were very few southern factories but they did the same as the north.
no, that would be the south, they didn't war homespun and they had the factories. south didnt have these. yea. as u can see, the north at that time was all about industry and factories and the south was all about plantations and slaves labor.
In the USA, in the northern States that were to make up the Union.
The cotton-growing South had to improvise an industrial base in a hurry. They built armaments factories, steelworks and shipyards to make all kinds of war-supplies that they were unable import because of the blockade.
The Union made money from selling products from factories and having control of the Mississippi River, made money many other ways too...
Textiles this answer is no longer in need of improvement.
The Civil War was actually won by the North because of its' ability to make plenty of ammunition and cannon and other supplies. The South could not keep up. They even scrounged battlefields to find spent ammunition to remake them.
Factories are needed to make goods. During the war they made uniforms, supplies, guns, weapons and other necessary items. After the war they were needed to create the things needed to rebuild.
Factories in San Francisco were not particularly different from factories anywhere else. Factories are used to make things efficiently. If you want to make a large quantity of any particular product, chances are a factory is going to help you to do it. If you just want to make a small quantity of something, sometimes you can do it yourself at home. But not always. Some things are really difficult to make.
Yes we did.
The northern strategy was to over fight the south and make them think the north can win and will and that there will be no surprise attacks over cotton aswell>
It allowed factories to make goods more cheaply.
Ammunition, weapons, uniforms, medicines, food, etc
during the civil war northerns who wanted to make peace with south at any cost were called copperheads
During the Civil War Frederick Douglass worked as an enlistment officer and encouraged President Lincoln to make Emancipation an issue in the Civil War. By:Kooldj :)
They make ipods in factories
North - a thriving industrial economy, with factories working flat-out to make war-supplies, with full freedom to import and export, and new immigrants arriving from urope, bringing useful skills with them. South - a single-product economy, dependent on cotton exports, which were prevented by the Northern blockade, almost no industrial manufacturing, and a currency that depreciated to virtually nothing.
The same way as now.