Progressives Section 2: World War I and the 1920s 1. How did the South plan to defend its homeland? Is a greater number of states a significant strength? Write the correct letters in the blanks. What were Confederate soldiers sometimes called? What city did the Confederacy choose as its capital? Confederate soldiers Column B A. In dollars, how much greater was the value of Northern manufactured goods?. Why would losing the border states damage the North? How many miles of railroad track did the North have? How many states did the North and the South each have? Why did the North want to gain control of the Mississippi River? Which would have been a stronger asset, the higher percentage of manufactured goods the North had or the higher percentage of exports the South had? Why was its better banking system an advantage for the North? Realidades 1 Online practice workbook Pearson Prentice Hall, 2014. Kansas City Spotlight: Sharecroppers Rebellion 34.
Why did the North want to blockade Southern ports? What was one of the main advantages of the South? For the South the primary aim of the war was to win recognition A. Realidades 1 Leveled Vocabulary and Grammar Workbook Guided. Tema 2A Writing activities 10-13 pp. What problem did the South face due to its smaller, less efficient railway network? Use your textbook to fill in the blanks using the words in the boxes. How would the difference in railroad track affect the war? By percentage, how much bigger was the population of the North than that of the South? Dwight Eisenhower Guided Reading Chapter 9 Answers 9 - 15. Negro Leagues Baseball Museum, American Jazz Museum 45.
Most soldiers, both Confederate and Union, came from A. What actions did Abraham Lincoln take to ensure that the border states would remain in the Union? Lift Missouri Out of the Mud 6. Perhaps the most important border state was A. What were Union soldiers sometimes called? Resources of the North and the South, 1860s South 32% North 68% Population Total: 31. In order to rejoin the Union in 1861, 48 counties organized themselves as a separate state called A. What was the remaining population in the South? What difficulties did the North face from its own people? How did the war split families and divide friends? Poplar Bluff, Lilbourn Missouri Places: Negro Leagues Baseball and American Jazz Museums 44.
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