21. Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina 2. Georgia, South Carolina, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Missouri, Arkansas, Texas3. Cotton4. Tobacco depended on foreign markets, so its price varied. Tobacco stripped the nutrients from the soil. Rice could not be grown in the dry climate in inland areas
35. it required irrigation canals and costly machinery 6. the growth of the British textile industry7. Eli Whitney8. a machine that removed seeds from the cotton fibers9. because the cotton gin processed cotton so quickly, farmers wanted to grow more cotton and thus needed more slaves to plant and harvest the cotton.
410. The Upper South still produced tobacco, wheat and vegetables 10. The Upper South still produced tobacco, wheat and vegetables. The Deep South was committed to cotton, sugarcane and rice11. Reasons for not much industry in the South1. The boom in cotton sales2. lack of capital ti invest in businesses3. there was only a small market in the south for manufactured goods4. Southerners did not want industry
512. William Gregg and Joseph Reid Anderson 13. Southern rail lines were short, local and did not connect all parts of the region in a network14. about 1/3
6Guided Reading Activity 13-4 1. yeoman2. tenant farmers3. profits4. accountants5. domestic slaves6. field hands7. overseer8. family life