Economy of the South During the War

Economy of the South During the War
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  • In the beginning of the war, 84% of the population grew tobacco and cotton , not food which was one to the many considerable reasons why the South's economy dropped.
  • oh darn..
  • On September 1,1864 the "March To The Sea" was a tragic event that caused to southern economy to plummet even more.
  • Burn eveything
  • Resources in CSA
  • Without the necessary resources and supplies to aid them in battle,the South slowly plummeted to its surrender. 
  • Resources in the USA
  • During and a little before the war, the CSA even had its own currency, but in the end of the war, it was useless.
  • No point in keeping it..
  • The Southern economy during the war hurt us because the lose of their supplies didn't make the South as reliable as it use to be.
  • oh no
  • Without slavery in their aid, the South lost 2.5 billion dollars worth of cotton.
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