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The South does not fully match the geographic south of the United States but is commonly defined as including the states that fought for the Confederate States of America in the American Civil War. Arizona and New Mexico , which are geographically in the southern part of the country, are rarely considered part, while West Virginia , which separated from Virginia in ,  commonly is. Since the Civil Rights Movement of the s, they became more culturally, economically, and politically aligned with the industrial Northern states , and are often identified as part of the Mid-Atlantic or Northeast by many residents, businesses, public institutions, and private organizations,      but the United States Census Bureau puts them in the South.
Usually, the South is defined as including the southeastern and south-central United States. The region is known for its culture and history , having developed its own customs, musical styles, and cuisines , which have distinguished it in some ways from the rest of the United States.
Some other aspects of the historical and cultural development of the South have been influenced by the institution of slave labor on plantations in the Deep South to an extent seen nowhere else in the United States; the presence of a large proportion of African Americans in the population; support for the doctrine of states' rights , and the legacy of racial tension magnified by the Civil War and Reconstruction Era , as seen in thousands of lynchings mostly from to , the segregated system of separate schools and public facilities known as " Jim Crow laws ", that lasted until the s, and the widespread use of poll taxes and other methods to frequently deny black people of the right to vote or hold office until the s.
Since the late s, black people have held many offices in Southern states, especially in the coastal states of Virginia and South Carolina.
Many black people have also been elected or appointed as mayors and police chiefs in the metropolises of Charlotte , Birmingham , Columbia , Memphis , Houston , Atlanta , and New Orleans , and serve in both the U. Congress and state legislatures. Historically, the South relied heavily on agriculture , and was highly rural until after It has since become more industrialized and urban and has attracted national and international migrants.
The American South is now among the fastest-growing areas in the United States. Houston is the largest city in the Southern United States. The region contains almost all of the Bible Belt , an area of high Protestant church attendance especially evangelical churches such as the Southern Baptist Convention and predominantly conservative , religion-influenced politics.
Indeed, studies have shown that Southerners are more conservative than non-Southerners in several areas, including religion, morality, international relations, and race relations. Apart from its climate, the living experience in the South increasingly resembles the rest of the nation. The arrival of millions of Northerners especially in major metropolitan areas and coastal areas  and millions of Hispanics  has meant the introduction of cultural values and social norms not rooted in Southern traditions.
The question of how to define the subregions in the South has been the focus of research for nearly a century. As of , an estimated ,, people, or thirty-seven percent of all U. The popular definition of the "South" is more informal and generally associated with the 11 states that seceded before or during the Civil War to form the Confederate States of America.
These states share commonalities of history and culture that carry on to the present day. Oklahoma was not a state during the Civil War, but all its major Native American tribes signed formal treaties of alliance with the Confederacy. The South is a diverse meteorological region with numerous climatic zones, including temperate , sub-tropical , tropical , and arid —though the South generally has a reputation as hot and humid, with long summers and short, mild winters.
Most of the south—except for the higher elevations and areas near the western, southern and some northern fringes—fall in the humid subtropical climate zone. Crops grow readily in the South; its climate consistently provides growing seasons of at least six months before the first frost.
Another common environment occurs in the bayous and swamplands of the Gulf Coast , especially in Louisiana and in Texas. The first well-dated evidence of human occupation in the south United States occurs around BC with the appearance of the earliest documented Americans, who are now referred to as Paleo-Indians. Several cultural stages, such as Archaic ca.
The Mississippian culture was a complex, mound-building Native American culture that flourished in what is now the southeastern United States from approximately AD to AD.
Natives had elaborate and lengthy trading routes connecting their main residential and ceremonial centers extending through the river valleys and from the East Coast to the Great Lakes. Other peoples whose ancestral links to the Mississippian culture are less clear but were clearly in the region before the European incursion include the Catawba and the Powhatan.
European immigration resulted in a corresponding die off of Native Americans who had not been exposed to various diseases. The predominant culture of the South was rooted in the settlement of the region by British colonists.
In the 17th century, most voluntary immigrants were of English origins who settled chiefly along the coastal regions of the Eastern seaboard but had pushed as far inland as the Appalachian Mountains by the 18th century. The majority of early English settlers were indentured servants , who gained freedom after enough work to pay off their passage. The wealthier men who paid their way received land grants known as headrights, to encourage settlement. The Spanish settled Florida in the 16th century, reaching a peak in the late 17th century.
In the British colonies, immigration began in and continued until the outbreak of the Revolution in Settlers cleared land, built houses and outbuildings, and on their own farms.
The rich owned large plantations that dominated export agriculture and used slaves. Many were involved in the labor-intensive cultivation of tobacco, the first cash crop of Virginia. Tobacco exhausted the soil quickly, requiring that farmers regularly clear new fields.
They used old fields as pasture, and for crops such as corn and wheat, or allowed them to grow into woodlots. In the mid-to-lateth century, large groups of Ulster Scots later called the Scotch-Irish and people from the Anglo-Scottish border region immigrated and settled in the back country of Appalachia and the Piedmont. They were the largest group of non-English immigrants from the British Isles before the American Revolution. The early colonists engaged in warfare , trade , and cultural exchanges.
Those living in the backcountry were more likely to encounter Creek Indians , Cherokee , and Choctaws and other regional native groups.
Presidents Jefferson , Monroe and Tyler , all from Virginia. Indeed, the entire region dominated politics in the First Party System era: The two oldest public universities are also in the South: With Virginia in the lead, the Southern colonies embraced the American Revolution , providing such leaders as commander in chief George Washington , and the author of the Declaration of Independence, Thomas Jefferson.
In and , the British largely halted reconquest of the northern states, and concentrated on the south, where they were told there was a large Loyalist population ready to leap to arms once the royal forces arrived. The British took control of Savannah and Charleston, capturing a large American army in the process, and set up a network of bases inland.
There were many more Loyalists in the South than in the North,  but they were concentrated in larger coastal cities and were not great enough in number to overcome the revolutionaries. There were numerous battles large and small, with each side claiming some victories. By , however, British General Cornwallis moved north to Virginia, where an approaching army forced him to fortify and await rescue by the British Navy. The British Navy did arrive, but so did a stronger French fleet, and Cornwallis was trapped.
American and French armies, led by Washington, forced Cornwallis to surrender his entire army in Yorktown, Virginia in October , effectively winning the North American part of the war. The Revolution provided a shock to slavery in the South. Thousands of slaves took advantage of wartime disruption to find their own freedom, catalyzed by the British Governor Dunmore of Virginia's promise of freedom for service. Many others were removed by Loyalist owners and became slaves elsewhere in the Empire.
In addition, some slaveholders were inspired to free their slaves after the Revolution. They were moved by the principles of the Revolution, and Quaker and Methodist preachers worked to encourage slaveholders to free their slaves. Planters such as George Washington often freed slaves by their wills. In the upper South, more than 10 percent of all blacks were free by , a significant expansion from pre-war proportions of less than 1 percent free.
Cotton became dominant in the lower South after After the invention of the cotton gin, short staple cotton could be grown more widely. This led to an explosion of cotton cultivation, especially in the frontier uplands of Georgia, Alabama and other parts of the Deep South, as well as riverfront areas of the Mississippi Delta. Migrants poured into those areas in the early decades of the 19th century, when county population figures rose and fell as swells of people kept moving west.
The expansion of cotton cultivation required more slave labor, and the institution became even more deeply an integral part of the South's economy. With the opening up of frontier lands after the government forced most Native Americans to move west of the Mississippi, there was a major migration of both whites and blacks to those territories.
From the s through the s, more than one million enslaved Africans were transported to the Deep South in forced migration, two-thirds of them by slave traders and the others by masters who moved there.
Planters in the Upper South sold slaves excess to their needs as they shifted from tobacco to mixed agriculture. Many enslaved families were broken up, as planters preferred mostly strong males for field work. Two major political issues that festered in the first half of the 19th century caused political alignment along sectional lines, strengthened the identities of North and South as distinct regions with certain strongly opposed interests, and fed the arguments over states' rights that culminated in secession and the Civil War.
One of these issues concerned the protective tariffs enacted to assist the growth of the manufacturing sector, primarily in the North. In , in resistance to federal legislation increasing tariffs, South Carolina passed an ordinance of nullification , a procedure in which a state would, in effect, repeal a Federal law.
Soon a naval flotilla was sent to Charleston harbor, and the threat of landing ground troops was used to compel the collection of tariffs. A compromise was reached by which the tariffs would be gradually reduced, but the underlying argument over states' rights continued to escalate in the following decades. The second issue concerned slavery, primarily the question of whether slavery would be permitted in newly admitted states.
The issue was initially finessed by political compromises designed to balance the number of "free" and "slave" states. The issue resurfaced in more virulent form, however, around the time of the Mexican—American War , which raised the stakes by adding new territories primarily on the Southern side of the imaginary geographic divide. Congress opposed allowing slavery in these territories.
Before the Civil War, the number of immigrants arriving at Southern ports began to increase, although the North continued to receive the most immigrants.
Hugenots were among the first settlers in Charleston, along with the largest number of Orthodox Jews outside of New York City. Germans also went to New Orleans and its environs, resulting in a large area north of the city along the Mississippi becoming known as the German Coast.
Still greater numbers immigrated to Texas especially after , where many bought land and were farmers. Many more German immigrants arrived in Texas after the Civil War, where they created the brewing industry in Houston and elsewhere, became grocers in numerous cities, and also established wide areas of farming.
By , New Orleans was the wealthiest city in the country and the third largest in population. The success of the city was based on the growth of international trade associated with products being shipped to and from the interior of the country down the Mississippi River. New Orleans also had the largest slave market in the country, as traders brought slaves by ship and overland to sell to planters across the Deep South.
The city was a cosmopolitan port with a variety of jobs that attracted more immigrants than other areas of the South. People relied most heavily on river traffic for getting their crops to market and for transportation. By , the South had lost control of Congress, and was no longer able to silence calls for an end to slavery—which came mostly from the more populated, free states of the North.
The Republican Party, founded in , pledged to stop the spread of slavery beyond those states where it already existed. After Abraham Lincoln was elected the first Republican president in , seven cotton states declared their secession and formed the Confederate States of America before Lincoln was inaugurated.
The United States government, both outgoing and incoming, refused to recognize the Confederacy, and when the new Confederate President Jefferson Davis ordered his troops to open fire on Fort Sumter in April , there was an overwhelming demand, North and South, for war. Only the state of Kentucky attempted to remain neutral, and it could only do so briefly.
When Lincoln called for troops to suppress what he referred to as "combinations too powerful to be suppressed by the ordinary" judicial or martial means,  four more states decided to secede and join the Confederacy which then moved its capital to Richmond, Virginia.
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