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Don't look at what the paper says. It's not true.
The North made money by manufacturing many items such as textiles, lumbers, furs, and mining. Cities were urbanized after the growth of the population.
The North's immigrants were doing the lowest jobs in construction or laying railroad tracks. Most women were household wives.
How dare you disobey me?!
I am so sorry, Master!
African Americans in the North may not have been slaves but they still faced discrimination, they were called "inferior" in the newspapers. African Americans then made their own towns and farms and separated themselves.
The South's climate was perfect for cash crops, which was the South's main source of money. The most important cash crop grown on the plantations was cotton.
Slaves in the South did not have many rights, their lives were controlled by these laws called slave codes. Slaves did all the labor on the plantations and were whipped when they disobeyed an owner.
Free African Americans in the South were restricted from all but menial jobs and their children could not attend public schools. Free African Americans were never secure and were often kidnapped and put back into slavery.
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