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Chapter 11 - Brinkley 13th edition

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Chapter 11: Life in the South Rise of Cotton- Inconsistency/decline in tobacco production -Reduced demand at absence of Europeans/internalized trade -Malignant towards soil (bad for soil) -Insufficient land Higher demand for cotton in northern states, in Europe -Short-staple cotton for more efficient production, can grow anywhere in the south >More cost-efficient >Cotton gin invention helped expand popularity/spread of short-staple cotton Attempts to grow rice and sugarcane -Rice is too complicated -Sugarcane is too expensive South-North Economic Relations- Two-way dependency between regions in trade Southern Railroads -Local -Deemed obsolete/useless -Underdeveloped -No connections to any major railroads Slavery 1808 Abolition of Slave Trade -Boosts internal slave trade

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