The Punic War occurred during 264 BC to 146 BC. This war consisted of three sets of war. The main opponents within the Punic Wars were Carthage and Rome. All the three wars that had been fought within the Punic Wars were won by Rome. This resulted in the rise in the Roman Empires.
Many white small farmers turned to cotton production during Reconstruction as a way of obtaining needed cash. As cotton prices declined, many lost their land. By 1880, one-third of the white farmers in the cotton states were tenants rather than landowners, and the South as a whole had become even more dependent on cotton than it had been before the war. Although cotton production still was booming.