The New South
By 1880, Northern capital erected the modern textile industry in the New South by bringing factories to the cotton fields. The term "New South" arose because the region was allowing the North to industrialize the land. The men who took over the state governments in the South believed that they had "redeemed" the region from the Republicans.
Redeemers in the New South celebrated the end of reconstruction and turned to the task of bringing industrialization and economic improvements to their region. The process was aided by the expansion of the railroad networks connecting the south to th…
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