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Q: During the late 1800's the growing of cash crops by an increasingly large number of farmers resulted in?
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Why had farming become unprofitable during the1800's?

One big reason was that farmers who had to send their crops over any distance to markets had to send the crops by railroad, and railroad freight rates were so high that the railroad got all the farmers' profits. If a farmer was close to a town he could probably market some of his produce there, but farmers on the increasingly settled Great Plains, growing a single crop, like wheat, were at the mercy of the railroad. Another reason was the weather - if the weather was bad and crops were lost because of it, prices were high, but the farmers had nothing to sell. If the weather was good and the farmer grew a wonderful crop, everyone else also grew a bumper crop and prices were low.


What were the working conditions of farmers in the 1930's?

Life was very hard for the farmers during the 1930's. Most had been in a downward economic spiral since the end of the first world war. Government programs helped them to make it through the Depression. However, farmers in the Plains states suffered a devastating drought known as the Dust Bowl, which resulted in many of them abandoning their farms, and heading to California to work as itinerant farm workers.


What was the main goal of the farmers' alliance?

to help struggling farmers make a profit The Farmers Alliance was organized by states in the South. This movement was big during the 1870s and 1880s.


What was the main goal of farmers alliance?

to help struggling farmers make a profit The Farmers Alliance was organized by states in the South. This movement was big during the 1870s and 1880s.


What changes occurred for blacks during the 1920s?

Positive changes resulted from the Harlem Renaissance.

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Why had farming become unprofitable during the1800's?

One big reason was that farmers who had to send their crops over any distance to markets had to send the crops by railroad, and railroad freight rates were so high that the railroad got all the farmers' profits. If a farmer was close to a town he could probably market some of his produce there, but farmers on the increasingly settled Great Plains, growing a single crop, like wheat, were at the mercy of the railroad. Another reason was the weather - if the weather was bad and crops were lost because of it, prices were high, but the farmers had nothing to sell. If the weather was good and the farmer grew a wonderful crop, everyone else also grew a bumper crop and prices were low.


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