North Vs. South
By Evan W.
The North had hot summers and freezing winters.
Jagged coasts were used for shipping goods.
Rocky soil made farming very difficult.
The South had mild winter and hot summers.
Good farmland pushed the economy towards farming.
The South had many swamps.
The North's economy was based on factories and manufactering.
The textile mill helped speed up the process of spinning cotton.
Inventions in the North made producing goods faster and cheaper.
Why was the North this way??
I think the North's economy was based on factories because farming was hard to do with the rocky soil and cold winters. With factories, you could work all year long.
Why was the South this way??
I think the South's economy was based on farming because of the fertile soil and warm climate. The South had slaves so they could get more work done faster.