Carpetbaggers went to the South to take advantage of the cheap business because they were seeking more economic opportunities. The Northerners also in the South during reconstruction were also kinder to them because they were obviously loyal to the union and were kept in higher regard than the Southerners, the carpetbaggers basically could get away with more stuff.
Following the American War of Rebellion, also known as "The American Civil War", the northern factories continued aggressively to become more industrialized as it moved towards mass production of goods leaving the quickly expanding population to seek additional means of income.
As most of the war was fought in southern territory, many of the former soldiers from the north were now familiar with various southern areas and felt comfortable moving south. Most of these people were hardworking honest people who sought a new life in a warmer climate.
Unfortunately, absent any consumer protection laws, a number of these fast talking migrants took advantage of the situation and attempted to exploit southerners. Recipients of this attention were often former slaves, that of course had been prohibited from obtaining an education and therefore were easily victimized.
The perpetrators of these crimes were generally known as "Carpetbaggers" because their luggage was crafted, sometimes crudely by hand, from inexpensive carpet-like material
Being a carpetbagger was a fairly easy enterprise to establish as they only had to pack a few things into a carpetbag, get on the train and learn how to deliver a smooth sales pitch in such a manner as to not allow the victim to adequately consider the situation prior to entering into an agreement.
The carpetbaggers moved down south because they took advantage from the cheap business.
they were in search of economic opportunities.
To help the freedmen in the south
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All of the Above.
They wanted to take advantage.
Many textile and lumber mills were developed in the South after the war, and several technical schools arose to develop technicians to operate these mills.
Democrats blocked many federal reconstruction policies, and reversed many reforms of the reconstruction legislature. This voting block was known as the Solid South.
The Solid South blocked the federal reconstruction polies and reversed new reforms. The Solid South refers to the unity if the southern states through electoral support.
Many Northerners were for the proclamation that ended slavery. However, there were Northerners who felt like Southerners and opposed it.
Northerners who went south during the reconstruction motivated by profit or idealism. many were actually interested in helping or freeing slaves.
Scalawags were southerners who helped during Reconstruction and carpetbaggers were northerners who went south to help with Reconstruction. a helpful hint to remember which is which is to remember that scalawags and southerners both start with 's'.
African Americans were the pawn of the northerners in reconstruction. They were the enemy of the south and maintained hope of normalcy.
Well Lincoln had many great policies that helped the confederacy, probably the biggest though was Reconstruction. Reconstruction was the policy to rebuild the South just following the Civil War. Many Northerners disagreed with it and wanted the South to suffer, but not Good Ole' Abe!