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FC: Cotton Plantations By Jordan Benham
1: What is a Cotton Plantation? | A cotton plantation was a vary large farm filled with cotton . Cotton Plantations were only in the south of the United States that were admitted to slavery. Plantations were owned by rich white people during the Civil War. Plantations were harvested by African Americans that were bought as slaves in the south.
2: What did cotton plantations do? | Cotton plantations funded the south's economy for the war. Cotton was used for making clothing for the country and the south's troops.
3: Cotton plantations funded most of everything for the south in the civil war. Cotton is what made the south the south because that's what they were fighting for. | How Big of a part were the cotton plantations?
4: What if plantations weren't around for the war? | The south would not have enough money to fund the war for the south. The south would have had to find another way to make money to advance on the war. The war could have been over faster with the south having no plantations
5: The south benefited from cotton plantations because the south had the right climate to plant cotton everywhere. The south benefited from the cotton even more when the cotton gin was invented. | Who benefited from cotton plantations?
6: Would life during the war have been different without cotton? | If there was no cotton then there might not have even been a war because the south would not have needed the slaves. Slaves could have had more freedom.
7: Cotton plantations are still around today but there is not as many as there was in the civil war. Present day cotton plantations are not worked on by as many people but with big machines. | Are cotton plantations still around today?