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Why did slavery develop more in the south than in the north?
why did slavery develop more in the south than in the north?
by Guest
Why did the south support slavery if most southerners do not own slaves
why did the south support slavery if most southerners do not own slaves
by Guest
South View on the U.S. Constitution
Hello, I am doing a project for my History class. One of the projects I am doing is to draw a political cartton showing the Souths Opinion on the U.S. Constitution. If you can please help me I ...
by Micayla Gooden
Why did the South support slavery if most Southerners did not own slaves?
There was the very real fear of terrorism (through a Haitian style slave insurrection) that was being morally and materially supported by some very prominent Yankee abolitionists (with ...
by macreverie
Slavery: Not Just For The South
African slavery has become such an entrenched stigma of the South that it’s often easy for people to forget that this ‘peculiar
by Taylor
Flora Cooke Stuart: Widow of the South
Flora Cooke was by no means an ordinary woman of the South, and in fact she was quite extraordinary for a woman of her times, especially considering who her parents were, and who eventually became ...
by Taylor
The North/South Controversy was an Economic One
THE ROAD TO WAR- PART III I've taken this article, added a few thoughts of my own and present it here for your perusal. The Early North/South controversy was economic one. First there were ...
by dylan
If the south had been allowed to go-how long would slavery h...
if the south had been allowed to go-how long would slavery have lasted in that region-
by kakman
What was the nickname for the new industrial south
what was the nickname for the new industrial south
by Guest
What if the South had taken Culp's Hill at Gettysburg?
... ficant amount of their force on the battlefield. Meade owned Culp's Hill and Cemetery Hill, and the southern approach to the area. Lee owned the city and Ewell's position facing Culp's Hill, and ...
by fstroupe
If Stonewall Jackson had not been killed in the civil war, and the south wo...
If Stonewall Jackson had not been killed in the civil war, and the south would win. Wouldn't Abraham Lincoln not have been assassinated by John Booth?
by Guest
The Politically Incorrect Guide to the Civil War & The South Was Right!
This review is about two books, although the main focus is going to be on this first book; The Politically Incorrect Guide to the Civil War by H.W. Crocker III And this is the second book; The South ...
by blueshawk1
Who was "the best cavalry general of the South?"
Who was "the best cavalry general of the South?"
by Gregory Wolk
Did the north or south want england or france to join them i...
did the north or south want england or france to join them in the civil war
by Guest
State, South still dealing with Civil War hangover
State, South still dealing with Civil War hangover http://blog.gulflive.com/mississippi-press-opinion/2012/01/post_88.html By ANDY BRACK Center for a Better South The American South has changed a ...
by dylan
Which side(North or South) wore black Kepis? Any...
Which side(North or South) wore black Kepis? Any particular regiment?
by Guest
The South Under Siege, 1830-2000
The South Under Siege, 1830-2000: A history of the relations between the North and the South By Frank Conner Price: $34.95 http://astore.amazon.com/souhernewvie-20/detail/1568373945 This book is ...
by dylan
Was the South Wrong in Allowing or Supporting Slavery?
From a Biblical point of view I think the South was correct on the issue of slavery. I grew up believing that slavery was a sin until I started reading the Bible on a regular basis since around 1981. ...
by turnhearts
Turtles & Alien Spaceships Invade the South
The heartland of the Confederacy was laced with large navigable rivers. The Mississippi, Tennessee, & Cumberland Rivers were the superhighways of the age. Bulk cargos, cotton, corn, coal could ...
by Rhea Cole
How the South Kidnapped Two Union Generals From the Middle of Their Army
With the 150th Anniversary of the Battle of Antietam fast approaching, I thought that anyone interested in Civil War history might be interested in another event that took place not too far from ...
by jimrada
What lead the north and south to war?
what lead the north and south to war?
by Guest
How would things differ if the south had won the battle of g...
how would things differ if the south had won the battle of gettysburg
by Guest
Did the North or South no have power mills in the civil war?
Did the North or South no have power mills in the civil war?
by Guest
The Reckoning of South Carolina
“It was famed for its fine public buildings, its magnificent private residences, with their lovely flower gardens, which savored of Oriental ease and luxury. It is hard to conceive of a city more ...
by Taylor
The road to freedom runs south
For a century, underground railroad ran south By BRUCE SMITH | Posted: Sunday, March 18, 2012 12:35 pm In this March 14, 2
by glorybound
Have you seen North and South, the mini series?
If so, what did you think about it? Personally, I loved it. In fact I'm watching now having seen it already several times. The books were good too. Book III (tv version) wasn't as good as Books I & ...
by Rebelchick
Why was Jubal Early so highly regarded in the south? His inf...
Why was Jubal Early so highly regarded in the south? His influence should have been negated by the whipping he took at the hands of Sheridan, no?
by Illinois Regiment
April 9th -- A Sad Day for the South
Every year the Jews fast on "the ninth of Av" which commemorates the destruction of the First and Second Temples in Jerusalem and the subsequent exile of the Jews from the Land of Israel. The day ...
by Turn Hearts
THE RIGHT OF SECESSION AND THE BENEFITS OF INDEPENDENCE FOR THE SOUTH
For your possible interest, and education, Dr. Michael Hill has just put out the following... ----------------------------------------------------------- THE RIGHT OF SECESSION AND THE BENEFITS ...
by dylan
Looks like the South isn’t the only place that things are getting a little ridiculous!
Looks like the South isn’t the only place that things are getting a little ridiculous! This child is five years old! ...
by dylan
North or South (The American Civil War)
Did the North or South grew enough food not to need imported food?
by Confusing
Before the Civil War, what percentage of the world's cotton did the South supply?
Before the Civil War, what percentage of the world's cotton did the South supply? A. 40% B. 50% C. 60% D. 75% E. 90%
by Vale
I was a legendary guard dog in the south. I once killed a thief trying to s...
I was a legendary guard dog in the south. I once killed a thief trying to steel my first owner's jewels. My second and last master and I became great friends and when I died, he buried me in his ...
by dustyjoe
No problems for union if South took Little rd Top ?
A Question for you CW Buffs. From what I have read and seen on docos, Gen Ewells decision not to take Little round top hill, on first day at Gettysburgh, is seen as an absolute disaster for the ...
by piesnchess
Did political hyperbole get in the way of understanding the South?
With the election of 1860, the arguments made in the election had to be political stirring to get people to vote but once the election was over, with Democrats divided and Lincoln the new President, ...
by myfreedomfirst
Who said the following? "If it is a crime to love the South, its cause and ...
Who said the following? "If it is a crime to love the South, its cause and its President, then I am a criminal. I would rather lie down in this prison and die than leave it owing allegiance to a ...
by Vale
The South As It Is 1865-1866 by John Richard Dennett
The South As It Is 1865-1866 John Richard Dennett Edited, with an Introduction by Henry M Christman LSU Press, 1995 It was suggested to me that I read this book by a dear English friend, now ...
by dylan
What was the most popular beverage in both the North and the South at the time of the Civil War?
This drink was popular on both sides. However, in the South, supplies ran low during the war, leading Southerners to find many "substitutes". Can you name this beverage?
by Vale
Why Did The South Secede?
Address of Hon. John H. Reagan, only surviving member of the Confederate States Cabinet, before the R. E. Lee Camp, at Fort Worth, Tex., April 19, 1903. Why The South Seceded: Comrades, Ladies, and ...
by Taylor
Could the south have won if plan 191 hadnt been intercepted?...
could the south have won if plan 191 hadnt been intercepted? or at least been recognized by other countrys?
by Guest

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