It was based on several major crops which were cotton, tobacco and rice. Southern cotton dominated the world markets.
There was hardly any significant industrialization. It was, for all practical purposes an economy based on agriculture. With that said, there was some industry in both Nashville and Richmond. The same was true for the shipyards in Mobile Bay, Alabama.
Before the War it was great. During and afterwards it was terrible.
Many before and after the war were white supremacists.
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 souths plan was for to wait till the north gave up or got tired like fort Sumter
It wasn't as bad as it was during war time.
The South's economy was devastated after the US Civil War. As a summary statement, for a forty year period after the Civil War, the economy of the South was stagnated, and two thirds of its wealth was destroyed.
Like most economies during times of Civil War the United States economy collapsed tremendously, but re-grew after when the Industrial Revolution began.
Which form of business was common before the civil war
The north wanted to destroy the Souths economy, that way the south wont have any supplies or anything like that. Also that way, the north will win the war.
The United States economy before the war was extremely prosperous as the slave trade proved to be a lucrative business.
Colonies are usually valuable for the raw materials and agricultural products that they export and have to import manufactured goods. This was true of the South before the Civil War and for many years after that also.
The same it was in Louisiana.
The South was rebelling against the federal government during the war and the native americans had never been given any reason to like the feds. They joined the souths rebellion.
It was rigid and well defined
the reason the American civil war begun is because people wanted freedom. they also didn't like their economy and wanted a different one
It sounds to me as if you mean World War 2.
it was coo. we had slaves, that was coolness
Before the Civil War, slaves worked hard for no pay. They were treated unfairly, like objects, rather then people. They mostly made cotton off of plantations and slave labor
somewhat like there lives before they were freed... Apex:)
somewhat like there lives before they were freed
The French economy is like a French economy. >:D
The south's economy during the civil war was the economy The Southern economy collapsed. Its money was worthless. The blockade closed off trade. Sherman's March destroyed what little industry there was, and the transportation system to get food, clothing, and ammunition to the army. His army ate or destroyed the crops that the mothers, wives, and sisters of the soldiers had planted. By the end, a Barter Economy was all that was left, for what little was left to trade.
They were in favor of slavery while President Lincoln pressed against it. That conflict eventually began the Civil War between the North and South. The North supported Lincoln and no slavery, while the South begged to differ.