North vs. South in the 1800's

Erin M. period:7

Why to live in the south and not the north because of the society, transportation, economy, and geography.

There are many reasons you should choose the south over the north. Are you a farmer and like to grow sugarcane, tobacco, rice, or cotton? Well your in luck because the south has long growing season for your crops, and occasional rainfall so your plants wont thirst also the biggest part is we have fertile coastal plains! That will mean your rivers and farms will be natural fertilized! We have flat rivers for great transportation, which helped because we had great transplantation services. The best part is we have trains for farming to go from the south to the north. An the rivers were great with transporting objects, and fro trade. The south has a great economy, from cotton gin to having people work on your farms for no pay! Who wouldn't want someone to do all your farming for you for free? That's why you should come to the south! Were not finished yet there is even more! There is a lot of upper class homes and buildings, as well as your own wife's not having to do any work but, host parties! There are many slaves that will come help on the farm. So come on down and move to the south.
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African American Life in the 1800s (5)

Why to not live in the north because economy, transportation, society, and geography.

There are a lot of reasons that you should not live in the north, such as the geography was so cold in the winters and very hot in the summers, that meant there was not a lot of time to grow and produce your plants. Another reason is that all of the factory's had to be right the rivers so they would actually get powered. And when they wanted to go out of the state they had too buy a train ticket and hopefully it will take them to where they want to go. Also most of the people who lived up in the north were farmers, 7 out of 10 [people in the north were farmers. And that is why you should live in the south and not the north.
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