The geography affected each section because the north had four different seasons, which made them have short growing seasons. That means that they cannot grow crops all year around. They can only grow crops when they are able to, like in the spring and summer. The geography in the south affected each section because they had long spring/summer seasons but short mild winters. Which meant that they could long growing seasons. And they can grow crops whenever they have a chance. The north also had a lot of bays, which means they can have steam boats that transports goods from one place to another. The south also had the Chesapeake Bay, which meant steam boats and sailing ships can transport cotton. They also can transport cotton along the rivers where the steam boats also pass through. Also the north had flat plains that have rich soil, which meant that they could plant crops and/or own farms.
The south had short and mild winters and long and hot summers. Because of this, they had longer growing seasons. Because of these longer growing seasons, they are going to grow more crops and sell them, making them more money. The slave owners in the south are more likely to spend their money on buying more slaves and land rather than buying factories, textiles, or railroads. However, in the north, they had four distinct seasons, meaning that they have a longer winter and shorter summers, so they will not make as much money growing crops as those in the south do. However, the northeners are known for building lots of factories and textiles. They made their goods using machinery, like sewing machines. Then they'd sell their goods and ship them by trains on railroads. The money spent in the north was not spent on slaves, because African Americans were free in the north, but they did not have the same eqal rights as white men did. They worked as servants or laborers.
The geography affected the transportation and social beliefs of each area. In the South, they used railroads and steamboats to travel. They used the Mississippi river to travel up and down the country. In the North, they used roads to travel over mountains. They use canals to travel up and down streams faster. The Americans believed that immigrants and blacks should be treated differently in the North. The blacks in the South were treated harshly and had different rights than the whites.
The geography of each section affected the transportation and the social beliefs. The south had broad flat rivers and fertile lowlands so they had steam powered river boats and railroads that weren’t as connected because of the Appalachian Mountains. The society was affected because they didn’t make much economic or cultural progress since travel wasn’t as easy. In North there were farming plains with rich soil. So the north had more connected railroads and a national road connecting the states. The society was affected since 7 out of 10 people lived on a farm.
The development of transportation in the north was affected by the geography because of the flat land. The flat land allowed train tracks to be built so trains to transport goods and people to different places fast. This was a faster way to transport than using boats. However the south was not so lucky. They had few tracks but a lot of water so boat travel was their main source of transportation. They used boats to travel place to place and transport goods as well. The crops grown in the south called for a lot of labor so the south had slaves while the north abandoned them. The slaves made the crops cheaper to harvest. This led churches in the south to allow the slave owners to still be considered Christian even though in the north slave owners weren’t considered Christians.
the south had cash cropos like cotton and tobacco. the south also had longer growing seasons because of short and mild winters with hot and long summers. the slave owners spent more money on slaves and land. the north had crops like wheat and corn. the north had four distinct seasons. they had long winters and short summers. they spent more money on factories and textiles
The geography of the North, such as the bays, allowed boats—which is a form of transportation—to come through. The flat plains and rich soil allowed people to buy and have farms. They worked hard on their farms, and they had wealth and influence. The geography in the South, such as flat rivers, allowed steamboats—which are also a form of transportation—to pass. The fertile lowland allowed people to farm/ buy land. The more land owned, the richer you are. Both sections’ lowlands allowed it easy to make a track that trains travel on. The south also had the Application Mountains. The roads were used to travel through there. Since there were flatlands and plains in both sections, allowed African Americans got to work as labors.
To begin, the North had four distinct seasons. Each had cold winters and hot summers. The north was known for their factories and textiles. The money earned by work and product would not be spent on slaves. In the north, slavery was illegal. While in the South, they had hot summers and mild winters. This means that the south would be growing cash crops such as cotton and tobbacco. Slavery was legal so, to be classified as wealthy, they bought slaves and land.
The south had a great economy because they used slaves to farm. The money went towards more slaves and land. The north had a great economy because many inventions were made to make wroking either. Things like the reaper could cut 28 times more grain than a single man using a scythe. The norths economy was also good because of factories that could be built almost anywhere.
The North’s geography affected the transportation and social beliefs by building railroads. The flat plains and the need to deliver goods developed transportation. The South’s geography affected the transportation and social beliefs by being close to the rivers and oceans. This developed the idea of making steam powers rivers for transportation. There geography also led to people having slaves. With the north and south having slaves they had better chances of economy because more work was getting done faster. Although some of the north believed slavery was wrong not all African Americans were treated equally.
The geography of the north had much effect on the economy. For instance, the north had many bays which could be used for harbors to easily transport or trade goods. Also, the north had many flat plains that would make easier to put down railroads on. These railroads were used for transportation through the north or to trade goods easily. However the north did not have as much fertile land as the south did. Leading to the effect of the north having an industry based economy. Meanwhile, the south had an agricultural based economy. This was mostly because the south had much fertile land there were many rivers that would with transporting people or goods.
The geography of the north and south affected the transportation’s and social belief’s development. The North’s need to transport and trade goods developed connected railroads; this was possible due to the flat lands they had. The South also had flat lands to trade their goods but they were near oceans so they used the Chesapeake Bay and the Gulf of Mexico to transport their goods instead of by land. With the minerals found in the North, they powered factories and did everything themselves. The South had longer growing seasons; their need to save money was the reason that slaves were used to work on fields for little or no pay. For a long time the South used slaves and though that it was ok, the North believed that the South did wrong because having slaves was “un-Christian,” so the North and ther South separated themselves in religious beliefs.
The geography of each section affected the development of transportation and societal beliefs by the way that these areas had different climates and land features. The south's climate had hot, long summers, fertile low lands, and swamps and marches. Because of this they had lots of farms to sell crops and some people had slaves to do work for them. Since, people had lands of land and slaves they believed that people with the most land and slaves are more powerful. The north had bays, four distinct seasons, flatlands, and coal and other minerals. Because of this they made factories next to bays and were fueled by the coal. Also, there was lots of railroads that were connected. Since, people worked a lot and there was factories people believed that hard work and ordinary people could gain wealth and influenced. In conclusion, the geography of each section affected the societal beliefs of the people in the area.
The North had four distinct seasons, bays, valleys, central plains (flat land) and coal and other minerals in Pennsylvania. With the flat land, it made it easier to make the railroads. With the railroads it was easier to transport goods and things people needed. The geography affected society because they weren't wealthy nor powerful, but believed through hard work ordinary people could become wealthy and influence more things. Many immigrants came to the North as well. In the South, there was short, mild, winters and long hot summers. Along the coast, there was swamps and marshes. The South had wide coastal plains, fertile low lands also thick pine forests. The geography affected the transportation because there wasn't much railroads. The railroads were not connected so it was hard to get goods from place to place. The South had an economy based on agriculture too. It affected society because richness had been measured by land by slaves. Religion had been affected too. They thought it was Un-Christian (slavery).
The north had alot more room so they were able to build about 10,000 more milesof railroad than the south. But the souths climate was warmer and dry all year long so it was better to grow crops in. Since thwere are cotton plantations in the south that means that there are more slaves to work on the farms and that means that there are still lots of segregation down south. The north is righty next tot ghe ocean so thrywe get alot of fish and seafood and that makes them alot of money. Also since they are right next to the ocean they are able to trade with other countries over the ocean and the seas. The north has iron, coal, and other minerals so they are able to build factories and other mills out of those minerals and they are able to make money off of these mills without any slaves, just workers. Also the north and he south are conected by The apalachian mountains and the railroads that go around the mountain along with the higway that goes over the mouintain. Bugt the south has ports that are famous for trade and making alot of money. Thats how the geogropghy affects The North and The south.
The geography of the south and the north really affected transportation. The north had rich soil and not that many rivers so trains were really big in the north. The south had many rivers, including the Mississippi so steam boats were the south main source of transportation. The north had a lot of coal so train can get powered. Geography played a really big role in transportation. the economy of the two region also effects its economy. The north is mountainous so it has many factories. The south has a lot of plains and flat land so growing is the economy.
The Geography in the South’s important features was broads and flat rivers. With the transportation in the South River travels was the South’s main form of transportation. The Mississippi River is the river that is used the most in the South. It helps the South ship the most important product by water which is cotton. The geography in the North had a lot of coastline and that helped with transportation because it provides a water route from the East Coast to Central Planes.
The geography affected the north and the south in many ways. In the north, there were plains with rich soils which were good for farming. There were coals for mills and factories. That was especially good for the owners and the workers. Also they coals for engines. In the south, had fertile lands and by that they were able to plants goods such as cotton, crops, etc. When they plant, they can sell them for other goods as well. Also in the north, they mined coals to power up some engines. So by that they were able to make some trains from transportation. That’s how the geography affect both in the south and north.
In the south geography is very different than in the north. First in the south the people grew cash crops. The climate supported this. They had long summers and mild short winters. During crop season they grew as much as possible. Then the crops were sent out for money. In the north they have long winters and ok summers. The north made money off of building everyday things in factories by machine. Meanwhile the south exports crops by the Mississippi river. The north built railroads. Society was totally different. In the south free blacks had to wear badges and pay more tax. In the north the white people had no respect for free blacks. The white people were treated with respect and could own slaves if they had enough money to. As you can see the north and south are two different places but they have there similarities.
The Geography affected the economy in many different ways. Geography gave us weather, lands, and gave north and south a perfect chance to farm their crops. Land helped us a lot by, planting, and growing goods or our own and overseas. Geography helped us by building factories and inventing usable technology that we need to manufacture the necessary goods. Geography also helped us by transportation; it gave the economy to transport inviduals to their destination, It also helped the economy by transporting manufactured goods to other states and overseas. This is how the geography affected our economy.
Geography played a big toll on the development of its economy. For example in the north their were a lot of mountains, and rivers so there are more minerals to mine up . there for in the north there is much more factories because people want to make a profit so why not make money off of what’s most common. While their was factories in the north people in the south had a lot of fertile land ,and flat land so agriculture was a good way to make money in the south. That’s why in the south people make their most money off of tobacco and cotton and other crops.
The geography of each section affected the development of transportation, economy and social beliefs. In the south, The way to transport goods was by using rivers this affected the economy because then farmers made less money because transporting by using water took longer and it caused food to rot. Also the geography of the south had hot, humid temperature with fertile soil which allowed people to grow cotton. This then became something that the South’s economy depended on. The amount of slaves and land you had in the south then determined your social ranking. In the North, the geography was having 4 distinct seasons. This then made it difficult to grow crops because there was a shorter growing season. This affected the economy because then having factories is what the North’s economy was based upon.
The geography inn each, the north and south, are different in many ways. First, the north had four different seasons: summer, fall, winter, and spring (each four months). The north also had crops that supported them in two great ways;selling them at the right time or if the selling route was cut off, they could eat the crops. The crops were mostly wheat and corn and since the growing season went by fats, they couldn't grow alot of crops within the year, Finally, the north had mountains such as, the Appalachian Mountains, that supported the north's factories with minerals and ores to keep the factories working. Now for the south, the south only had two seasons: long, hot, mild summers and short, cold, cool winters. First, the south had cash crops (crops that are sold or traded) and unlike the north, the south only had one reason for the crops, to sell. If their selling route was cut off, they wouldn't be making money or able to eat because they didn't grow crops that could be eaten. The crops they grew was mainly cotton and tobacco and since the growing season was long, they had alot of crops to sell. Finally, the south also had rivers nearby that kept the soil sertile and they had long falt land.
The geography of each section effected the development, transformation, and social beliefs of the north and south. The North had a lot of forest, and was able to harvest timber. They also had four very distinct seasons so there were shorter growing seasons then the south. The north also had safe harbors for boats to come in which was good for trade. The South had long hot summers which gave long growing seasons. Seafood ame from the Chesapeake Bay in Maryland,Virgina. The Erie canal provided all-water links between farms on the Central plains. In the north, clipper ships wer very fast. Since there were shorter growing seasons, jobs revolved around factories and more. In the South, since there were longer growing seasons, wealth depended on amount of land owned and amount of slaves owned.The South didnt believe that making railroads werent important because the money could be used for buying land and slaves.
The geography of each section affects the development of the economy and transportation in the North and South. To start with, geography affects the North and the South with the economy. For example, the South has a warm climate and as lots of rainfall. This helps grow crops (especially cotton) to sell and make money. This increases the use for slaves. For the North, the weather can be really cold, so it won’t have as much crops as the south. Instead the north has Iron and coal to make factories. This increases the use of women. Lastly, geography affects transportation. In the south, most travel by steamboats, canals, and sailing ships since they have lots of bodies of water. This helps the to travel and trade/sell to other countries or states. Since the north has lots of metal and coal, the north makes iron rails and trains. Now they can travel by land faster at a faster time. The is how geography affects their economy and transportation.
The geography in the north developed economy because there were rich soil for farming. The north was planting crops like wheat and corn. The land was flat for railroads. There were more railroad tracks in the north than in the south. African Americans’ were free in the north they were not equal to whites. In the south farmers planted cotton. They use transportation by steamboats. African Americans’ were not always slaves. Not all farm owners had slaves.
The geography of each section affect the development of each areas economy, Transformations and social beliefs. It affects the developed because say if there was great weather the transportation of transporting the goods such as ‘”food, water, plants, cotton” so it wouldn’t affect the north because the transportation because of the great weather. Also if we had rainy weather the plants will start to grow, grass will turn green. The farmers will have a great farming season.
The south is able to grow cotton and other materials and the north isn’t really able to grow any crops.
The transportation in both of the economies are slightly ok, but the north has more transportation .
The geography of North and south are different because in the south the can grow cotton because of their warm weather but for the north they have cold weathers.
The geography had a lot to do with the north and South’s economy, transportation and society. The North’s geography had White Plains with rich soil. They also had a lot of costal lines with thick forests. The north also had all four seasons. All of these things helped enhance their economy
The south is available to grow cott and other materials the north only grow like corn and wheat , also the transportation is steamboats and the society was slavery and no slavery and not all farmers own slavery and their were more railroads in the north than the south