There are other things going on in the latter 20 years, see 1880-1900 timeline
White men 18-35, could be subbed for and if you were rich (20+ slaves) you didn't have to go. "Rich man's war". Therefore didn't last long
Angry southerners, not just about food but also conscription and taxation
Lower than the Northern one. Didn't work because there was little liquid capital, it was all tied up in agriculture and debt.
South getting desperate (17-50) and everyone knew it so few people showed up.
"Redeemer" democrats take back the south. artial return of the planter elite but also a genuinely new middle class. They lowered taxes and spending (especially education)
Readjusters take VA (along with influence elsewhere), looking to lower the rate at which the war debts were repaid and the interest that was taken on them. They also asked for greenbacks (quantitative easing)
Railroads, iron, tobacco and cotton. Secondary industries improved: the South now processed its own cotton and tobacco (American Tobacco Company and James B Duke) and also had a flourishing iron and steel industry
More trade! Easier to be part of the economy
First ever income tax! Big government spending a lot, expanding and growing a lot (and waging a war)
Land grants going straight to corporation! Expansion westward, new trade routes and lots of jobs too. Mutated a lot with subsequent, similar, Pacific Railroad Acts
$430 million in greenbacks (still not huge compared to the war debt so inflation was under control)
Homestead Act encouraged expansion and settlement, giving up land for growth.
The Morrill Land Grant Act gave land to states for sale to finance public education (land grant institutions). Expansion west as well
One third of a bank's assets had to be federal reserve: it allowed banks to hand out legal tender, therefore stabilising the economy because everyone is using one note.
National Bank Acts 1863-64 allowed little banks to be part of the national bank and give out national bank notes, therefore removing the chaos of lots of currency from the system
Not many actually showed up but they paid for replacements so it was a good money maker