Southern States may refer to:
- Southern United States
- Southern States Cooperative
- The independent states of the South in the North-South divide
- The independent states of the Southern hemisphere
Other articles related to "southern, states, southern states, state":
... After the American Civil War, peonage developed in the Southern United States ... Southern states passed "Black Codes" to control the movement of freedmen and to try to gain their labor for planters ... railroads, quarries and farm plantations, with the revenues for their labor going to the states ...
... See Slavery in the United States This classification of ancestry and social class was separate from the legal status derived from partus sequitur ventrem, the law that ... From 1890 to 1908, southern states of the former Confederacy passed constitutional amendments and legislation making voter registration more difficult ... In the early 20th century, southern states tried to find more ways to enforce segregation ...
... Georgia Memorial to Congress is a joint resolution by the legislature of the state of Georgia, and approved by the Governor on March 8, 1957, urging the Congress of the United ... Board of Education, that the Fourteenth Amendment prohibits states from discriminating against racial minorities in public schools ... The Resolution makes certain contentions, including the following That the State of Georgia and ten other Southern States meet the conditions laid down by the President ...
... Southern States Cooperative was founded in 1923 as the Virginia Seed Service by 150 farmers in Richmond, Virginia to help develop seeds, it expanded to distribution of ... the system in 1934, around this time, it adopted the name Southern States Cooperative ... In October 1998, Southern States acquired the wholesale and retail farm supply system of Georgia-based Gold Kist, a cooperative that has since become a publicly traded company ...
Famous quotes containing the words southern states, states and/or southern:
“... so far from thinking that a slaveholder is bound by the immoral and unconstitutional laws of the Southern States, we hold that he is solemnly bound as a man, as an American, to break them, and that immediately and openly ...”
—Angelina Grimké (18051879)
“If the Union is now dissolved it does not prove that the experiment of popular government is a failure.... But the experiment of uniting free states and slaveholding states in one nation is, perhaps, a failure.... There probably is an irrepressible conflict between freedom and slavery. It may as well be admitted, and our new relations may as be formed with that as an admitted fact.”
—Rutherford Birchard Hayes (18221893)
“It was not a Southern watermelon that Eve took: we know it because she repented.”
—Mark Twain [Samuel Langhorne Clemens] (18351910)