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Read Beginning Story pg. 404-405 1. Why did slave owners consider a slave who could read a threat? 2. Why did Frederick Douglass feel broken in body, soul,

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1 Read Beginning Story pg Why did slave owners consider a slave who could read a threat? 2. Why did Frederick Douglass feel broken in body, soul, and spirit when sent to the slave breaker? 3. Why do you think he changed his name after escaping to the North?

2 I) Life in the North and South To Understand the differences between the geographic regions

3 A) A visit from Frederick Douglas

4 1. Douglas thought the North was poor

5 A) A visit from Frederick Douglas 1. Douglas thought the North was poor a. No one owned slaves

6 A) A visit from Frederick Douglas 1. Douglas thought the North was poor a. No one owned slaves b. However, he quickly realized that most people were wealthier than in the South

7 B) The Industrial Northeast

8 1. Whaling was a profitable business

9 B) The Industrial Northeast 1. Whaling was a profitable business a. whale oil was valuable for lamps, and other parts were used for buggy whips, and women’s corsets

10 B) The Industrial Northeast 1. Whaling was a profitable business a. whale oil was valuable for lamps, and other parts were used for buggy whips, and women’s corsets 2. Trade was very profitable

11 B) The Industrial Northeast 1. Whaling was a profitable business a. whale oil was valuable for lamps, and other parts were used for buggy whips, and women’s corsets 2. Trade was very profitable a. ice was the most successful item

12 B) The Industrial Northeast 1. Whaling was a profitable business a. whale oil was valuable for lamps, and other parts were used for buggy whips, and women’s corsets 2. Trade was very profitable a. ice was the most successful item b. it was cut from frozen ponds in the winter and shipped to the Caribbean

13 B) The Industrial Northeast 3. Clipper ships increased trade

14 B) The Industrial Northeast 3. Clipper ships increased trade a. They were traveling at record speeds

15 B) The Industrial Northeast 3. Clipper ships increased trade a. They were traveling at record speeds b. The Sea Witch made it from Hong Kong to NY in just 74 days (normally 6 months) Painting of the Sea Witch

16 B) The Industrial Northeast 3. Clipper ships increased trade a. They were traveling at record speeds b. The Sea Witch made from Hong Kong to NY in just 74 days (normally 6 months) 4. Industry and Inventions

17 B) The Industrial Northeast 3. Clipper ships increased trade a. They were traveling at record speeds b. The Sea Witch made from Hong Kong to NY in just 74 days (normally 6 months) 4. Industry and Inventions a. Douglas saw that NE invented smarter and faster ways to get things done

18 B) The Industrial Northeast 3. Clipper ships increased trade a. They were traveling at record speeds b. The Sea Witch made from Hong Kong to NY in just 74 days (normally 6 months) 4. Industry and Inventions a. Douglas saw that NE invented smarter and faster ways to get things done b. inventions such as rubber, sewing machine, telegraphs all sped up work

19 B) The Industrial Northeast 5. Growth of Cities

20 B) The Industrial Northeast 5. Growth of Cities a. the burst of inventions and industry led to the growth of big cities

21 B) The Industrial Northeast 5. Growth of Cities a. the burst of inventions and industry led to the growth of big cities b. immigrants would work for very low wages (migrated to the cities)

22 B) The Industrial Northeast 5. Growth of Cities a. the burst of inventions and industry led to the growth of big cities b. immigrants would work for very low wages (migrated to the cities) c. farmers move to the city for a new opportunity

23 C) The Agricultural Midwest 1. People of the Midwest rely upon the rich soils to make a living

24 C) The Agricultural Midwest 1. People of the Midwest rely upon the rich soils to make a living 2. Cyrus McCormick would advance farming with the mechanical reaper

25 C) The Agricultural Midwest 1. People of the Midwest rely upon the rich soils to make a living 2. Cyrus McCormick would advance farming with the mechanical reaper a. this machine could do the work of 3 men

26 C) The Agricultural Midwest 1. People of the Midwest rely upon the rich soils to make a living 2. Cyrus McCormick would advance farming with the mechanical reaper a. this machine could do the work of 3 men b. created the installment plan

27 C) The Agricultural Midwest 1. People of the Midwest rely upon the rich soils to make a living 2. Cyrus McCormick would advance farming with the mechanical reaper a. this machine could do the work of 3 men b. created the installment plan  1) cash down payment, then monthly payments with interest

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29 C) The Agricultural Midwest 3. Transportation was the key to the increased population of the Midwest

30 C) The Agricultural Midwest 3. Transportation was the key to the increased population of the Midwest a. Chicago and Cincinnati would grow because they were on rail and water routes

31 C) The Agricultural Midwest 3. Transportation was the key to the increased population of the Midwest a. Chicago and Cincinnati would grow because they were on rail and water routes b. agricultural goods would be brought to these cities and shipped east

32 C) The Agricultural Midwest 3. Transportation was the key to the increased population of the Midwest a. Chicago and Cincinnati would grow because they were on rail and water routes b. agricultural goods would be brought to these cities and shipped east c. by 1850, over 50% of the population lived east of the Appalachian Mts.

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34 D) The Cotton-Growing South

35 1. Cotton was the leading export of the US

36 D) The Cotton-Growing South 1. Cotton was the leading export of the US 2. Slaves were the primary workers

37 D) The Cotton-Growing South 1. Cotton was the leading export of the US 2. Slaves were the primary workers a. However, slave trade was stopped in 1808

38 D) The Cotton-Growing South 1. Cotton was the leading export of the US 2. Slaves were the primary workers a. However, slave trade was stopped in 1808 b. there were not enough slaves to go around (only ¼ of southerners owned slaves)

39 D) The Cotton-Growing South 3. Instead of focusing on industrialization, the South focused on cotton

40 D) The Cotton-Growing South 3. Instead of focusing on industrialization, the South focused on cotton a. they were entirely reliant upon the North for manufactured goods


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