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190.Which region of the U.S. was mainly an urban society in which people held jobs?
The north

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This is a map of what states were Union, Confederate, and neutral.

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This is another map of what states were Union, Confederate,neutral, and what the certain territories are.

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This is an old map from about Civil War time of what states were Union, Confederate, and neutral.


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This is a picture of a butter factory just outside New York City during the civil war.
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This is a picture of factory in New York around 1860.

A far higher percentage of Confederate than Yankee men left their homes and jobs and families to serve in the army: four out of five white southern men of military age entered the army; fewer than half of northern men did so. And a far higher percentage of Confederate men died in military service, leaving a greater proportion of widowed, orphaned and bereaved southerners. The death rate--numbers of deaths in comparison to the size of the population--was 6% in the North and a striking 18% in the South. As a South Carolinian observed in 1863, "death has been in our midst as a people."