Sectionalism Between North and South
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This paper discusses the evolutionary nature of American sectionalism, starting with the Paris Peace Treaty of 1783 and continuing through the Civil War and beyond.
From the Paper:"Sectionalism between the North and the South during America's Colonial Period continued until after the Civil War, proceeding in an evolutionary fashion. Initially, sectionalism was due primarily to geographic differences as the South had the climate for an agricultural way of life while the North's less accommodating climate demanded an economy based on commerce. The North also had excellent seaports for transoceanic commerce, an advantage that meant that the North tended to receive new technologies from overseas before the South did. Slavery was another facet of sectionalism..."
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