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The Deep South is a cultural and geographic subregion in the Southern United States. Historically, it is differentiated from the "Upper South" as being the states most dependent on plantation-type agriculture and considered slave societies during the pre–Civil War period. The Deep South was also commonly referred to as the Lower South or the Cotton States, for their production of cotton as the primary commodity crop.
Alabama - 857,864 persons out of a total of 2,165,653 people in the state identified as "English," making them 41% of the state and the largest national ancestry group at the time by a wide margin.
Georgia - 1,132,184 out of 3,009,484 people identified as "English," making them 37.62% of the state's total.
Mississippi - 496,481 people out of 1,551,364 people identified as "English," making them 32.00% of the total, the largest national group by a wide margin.
Florida - 1,132,033 people out of 5,159,967 identified "English" as their only ancestry group, making them 21.94% of the total.
Louisiana - 440,558 people out of 2,319,259 people identified only as "English," making them 19.00% of the total people and the second-largest ancestry group in the state at the time. Those who wrote only "French" were 480,711 people out of 2,319,259 people, or 20.73% of the total state population.
Texas - 1,639,322 people identified as "English" only out of a total of 7,859,393 people,