By William Woodruff
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Cotton cultivation, so important for its life, and on which the south had pinned such vain hopes, now stagnated for more than a decade; the crop of 1859-60 was not equalled until1875-6. In the south, the bewildered Negro was free- to starve; it would be a long time before the black man would have anything more than hope. Meanwhile the northern 'carpetbaggers' swarmed across the land like an army of ghouls; other northerners came to help the cause of black equality. Alongside them, for twelve years, the Federal army stood watch.
Henceforth, England and the United States ruled this unsettled region. However, from the late 1830s in growing numbers it was the Americans who occupied the area. In 1844, provided the British would give up the north bank of the Columbia river, the Americans were willing to divide the territory along the 49th parallel. In his first annual message to Congress on 2 December 1845, President Polk, by claiming the whole of the Oregon territory, ruled out any such compromise. ' was, after all, the slogan on which Polk had been elected.
28 34 America's Impact on the World The Donner party of migrants, who in the winter of 1846 became stranded in a pass of the Sierra Nevada mountains leading to Sacramento, gained immortality only by eating their dead companions. Desperate as some of these conditions were, it would be quite false to think that the migrant's lot was all hardship and suffering. lf they had not been tough and resourceful and a little reckless, they never would have got as far as the Missouri. Ironically, the names of those who went to sink their roots and build a better land have largely been forgotten.
America’s Impact on the World: A Study of the Role of the United States in the World Economy, 1750–1970 by William Woodruff