The Arctic People lived in a large geographic area in the North.
They were called expansionists.
The South favored states rights.
No. The Assyrian people lived north of Mesopotamia near the TIGRIS RIVER.
The North favored National Government and the South favored State Government.
The are not called "Eskimo Indians" the people from the north are Inuit, (which many years ago was then called Eskimo)and the native tribes are Cree and Chippewas. The people are not nomadic, they have lived in the North for many centuries.
People from North Dakota are called North Dakotans.People who live in or are from North Dakota are called North Dakotan.
All favored NORTH
It favored both the interests of the North and the South.
Around 560 people lived in North America when Europeans first arrived. Around 560 people lived in North America when Europeans First arrived.
no one lives at the north pole
anyone who was in the south favored the plan to add black people as people for the purpose of counting representatives, and if they were from the the north, they didn't want black people to be people, due to the north having fantastically low slave rate for people who voted in the north, mainly do to NOT HAVING SLAVES THERE! The Virginia Plan, as he lived in a state with a high population, and under that plan, his states would get more representatives.
People who live in North Carolina or who come from North Carolina are called North Carolinians.
they lived in two main houses called Wigwams and Longhouses.
they lived in Mexico with the north the south
27,167,529 people lived there
black and white
Not as many as the North did because more people lived in the North