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During Reconstruction, most African American families in the South (1 point) moved to Southern cities, where they worked as skilled laborers. benefited from Sherman’s plan to give or sell land to freed people. remained in rural areas, where they worked at jobs such as lumbering or farming. migrated to work on the construction of railroads across the nation.
Weegy: where they worked at jobs such as lumbering or farming. User: Explain two ways in which sectionalism caused conflict or tension in the United States during the early 1800s. Then explain how sectionalism affects economics and politics in the United States today Weegy: In the 1800s, sectionalism was demonstrated in economic terms and the terms of slavery. The states in the North did not own slaves, and a lot of industry was beginning to take shape there, so the population was becoming more rural. [ Meanwhile, the South was primarily agrarian (farming) and did have slaves. This situation eventually resulted in the Civil War. The modern US as both more and less sectionalism than before. It is now usually expressed in political and social issues. You can see certain areas of the country, particularly the southeast and midwest, is both more conservative in social matters and generally votes Republican. Then you have the northeast and west coast that are more liberal and vote Democrat. ] (More)
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Olaudah Equiano wrote (1 point) a book of letters to his African family. a history of the West Indian slave trade. stories of early slavery in Virginia. the first autobiography by a black man in America.
Weegy: Olaudah Equiano wrote the first autobiography by a black man in America. User: The term “the Middle Passage” refers to (1 point) the trip between West Africa and the islands of the Caribbean. the central chapters of Equiano's book. the part of the ship in which slaves were held. the middle decades of slave trading. Weegy: the trip between West Africa and the islands of the Caribbean. (More)
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Olaudah Equiano wrote (1 point) a book of letters to his African family. a history of the West Indian slave trade. stories of early slavery in Virginia. the first autobiography by a black man in America.
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