The southern colony and New England Colony had many differences. The New England colony was based more in manufacturing while the southern colony was about agriculture as far as their economy. One big difference is that New England colony didn’t believe in slavery like the southern colonies believed. Slaves and indentured servants were the backbone of the Southern economy. They did much of the labor work for the southern colonies cash crops.
The jobs mainly are lower end because the rich paid the poor to go instead to war when the rich men were drafted. For the north Most of the jobs were industrial since they had an industrial economy. Most of the southern jobs were in farming since there was an agricultural economy (Whitehead2016).Some of the jobs in the north included accountants, teachers, and surveyors (Historynet2016). Of course those were only some of the jobs there were many other factory jobs. For the South there were many jobs like carpenters, mechanics, and blacksmiths.
In the south, most citizens lived on farms scattered on the plains, and small farmers in the backcountry. Since the south got most of its economic wealth from agriculture, towns and industries gradually developed. Wealthy planters were the upper class and head of the south since not many people in the south had much of an education. There were very few schools and churches since neither education nor religion were organized. The north was very different from the south.
During the Civil War there were many differences besides slavery. This war had the most American deaths than all of the wars the U.S. has been in combined! The south seceded from the north for slavery and other less important reasons. The North had more of nearly everything like navy, soldiers,horses, and food, while the south had slaves, cotton, and donkeys/mules.Throughout the war many great leaders rose and fell, battles fought, and great and terrible outcomes.
Slavery in Haiti during the late eighteenth, and early nineteenth century was a very contentious issue. The sugar farms in Haiti accounted for much of the French economy, and slaves were necessary to farm sugar at the rate that they did. Haiti alone had 800,000 slaves, which was good for most in the world. Additionally, the sugar plantations had dangerous working conditions, and a high death rate. Toussaint L’Ouverture was born a slave on one of the plantations and given an education, something that most slaves did not get.
There were many differences between the Low Country and Back Country of South Carolina before, during, and after the Revolutionary War. Many of the differences are very plain to see while others were not as easy to pick out. The people in the two regions of South Carolina led very different lifestyles and often did not always see eye-to-eye. Some of the wealthiest citizens in South Carolina lived in the Low Country. Usually the very wealthy were in families of rice and indigo planters.
Law required a plantation with more than 10 slaves to have an overseer to ensure that work was completed. The overseers were outsiders in the system who were temporary, they lacked relationships with both the plantation owners and the slaves. Society was even more hierarchical in New England even though most residents did similar work. Families worked their own farms so unlike the south were the owners of the biggest plantations with the most slaves were the elites, in New England, the families that were oldest, with the best reputations held the highest standing. Founding families with the most holdings were often the town officials who governed.
How did the life of a Serf differ from that of a slave or a peasant? Intro: In c.1300 at least one half of England’s population was filled with serfs, and around one half of all the land was held on servile tenure. Serfdom had placed economic burdens upon most peasants, therefore becoming an extremely exploitative system. The distinction between the ancient slave and the medieval serf in law and custom was that the slaves who were enslaved in ancient times were considered to have died. However, in contrast with the serfs, they were free except for the obligations owed to their lords and the rights their lord claimed over.
Torn by war and the victim of political imperialism, Catalan had always struggled and to make things worse the region was also poor in natural resources such as iron, coal and grain. However, it seems they made the most of what they did have and that was cotton. The textile industry became a huge part of the Catalonian economy and fortunes were made so quickly that this period became known as the Febre D’Or (Gold
There are very millionaires in Chad if any which shows that the population does not earn a lot of money. Chads government is also corrupt and greedy to what money is available to them which decreases the GDP per Capita. Chad has an inflation rate of -1.3% showing how poorly developed in terms of economy Chad is as the prices are rising. Chad mainly exports livestock and cotton at low prices and import machinery at high