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States of the Confederate States

APUSH Chp. 11 The Cotton Economy

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Most important economic development in 1800s South: shift from upper South to lower south (Atlantic coast to new Southwest, going further west from the coast into areas like Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Texas - short-staple instead of the South Carolina and Georgia - long-staple) - Growing economic dominance of cotton (Additionally denser slavery in Virginia and North Carolina, tobacco-growing states)
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