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Civil War and Reconstruction - California History [ep.6]
The Civil War and Reconstruction
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Each topic will be covered in class. United States Society in the Mid-Nineteenth Century: Most of the population lived in rural areas, including farms and small towns. Factories were being built in both the North and South, but the North is where the most industrial manufacturing took place. Industrialization, Religiosity, Standards of living, Demographics. Anti-Slavery and Abolition movement: The American Anti-Slavery Society was mostly comprised of religions groups, philanthropic organizations, and members of the free-black community.