they lived in hapluja, northern massaschusetts
Actually, they needed a lot of clothes and some bones and everything else.
Because most Americans were in the North - a mixed economy of industrial manufacturing and all kinds of arable and livestock farming. The South only had cotton, which it wanted to exchange for cheap imports. When Congress protected its industry by levying taxes on imports, it looked as though it was taxing the South.
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South enslaved because they needed people to pick the cotton and other harvest
As the war casualties climbed, the Union needed even more troops. African Americans were ready to volunteer. Not all white northerners were ready to accept them, but they had to. Lincoln appointed an official to help Blacks be accepted by the Union army.
It was too difficult to travel to get goods somewhere else
because the manor was a farming community that had everything needed to produce what was necessary for its residents
No one can produce everything for themselves.. They might of needed grain or timber, etc. And they could get rid of things they have to much of.. It's been too long
Plants produce food themselves. Chloroplasts are needed for that
Themselves mainly, they grew everything they needed and farmed their own stock.
No they would use everything even if they didn't needed something. It was part of their belief that everything wasn't owned by man, it was meant to be shared by EVERYONE.
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trade was invented in prehistoric times as people needed a way to get things they couldn't produce themselves
Peasants protected by the lords had to provide various services , most importantly farming the lord's land and making various payments of goods. Welfare and Bandits made trade difficult so the manor had to produce nearly everything it needed
Because they couldn't make everything themselves. They needed people with specific skills to do things that they each individually couldn't.
The quote was said by Booker T. Washington. The actual quote stated that African-Americans needed to, "pull themselves up from their own bootstraps." The quote was spoken in response to a disagreement Washington was having about whether achieving equality was the burden of African-Americans or the government.