trade and slavery. also religion
Christians and Quakers were very involved with the abolitionist movement in early America to abolish (end) slavery in America.
Early colonial life in North America had a number of characteristics. These include farming, slavery, as well as religion.
The Missouri Compromise splits the early America into the South (where slavery is upheld) and the North ( Where slavery is banned)
The biggest issues were equality,slavery, and syffrage
The invention of Eli Whitney's "Cotton Gin" expanded the plantation system and slavery.
the answer is Texas, louisisana, Mississippi, Georgia,Virginia,South Carolina
Much of the economy of the early US, especially the southern states, depended on slavery.
Slavery was legal in both the United States and Great Britain in the first years of the nineteenth century. It was also legal in parts of South America.
they left for FASHION ECONOMY