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the period after the civil war in which states formally part a confederacy were brought back into the united states reconstruction
a general and political leader of the late 18 and early 19 centuries as the general i the war of 1812 Andrew johnson
Freedmen's bureau was the u.s federal government agency establishes in 1865 Freedmen's Bureau
were a wing of the republican party organized around an uncompromising opposition to slavery before and during the civil war radical republicans
was a bill proposed for the reconstruction of the south written by two radical republican, senator Benjamin wade of ohio and henry dainter Davis of Maryland wade davis bill
status passed by pro-slavery, southern states of the usa before and after the civil war to limit the civil rights of slaves or freed slaves black codes
was a united state federal law that removed voting restrictions and office holding disqualification against most of the secessionist who rebelled in the civil war Amnesty act of 1872
were known collectivity as the civil war amendment were designed to ensure equality for recently emancipated slaves. 13th and 14th amendment
was a member of the usa house of representatives from Pennsylvania and one of the leaders of the radical republicans factions of the republican party during the 1860's thaddeaus Stevens
the fifteen amendment (amendment xv) to the usa constitution prohibits the federal and state government from denying citizen the right to vote base on the citizens race/color fifteen amendment
in 1866 they passed quickly the military reconstruction act of 1867 these act divided the south into five military districts military reconstruction act
the first two african american senators were hiram revels and blanche k. bruce with the end of reconstruction and rise of jim crow laws hiram revels/ blanches bruce
the term carpetbaggers refers to northerners who moved to the south of the civil war. scalawag were the white southerners who cooperated politically with black freedmen scalawags and carpetbaggers
after the american civil war (1861-1865) southern plantation owners were challenged to find help working the lands that slaves had farmed sharecroppers tenant farmers
the knights of the white camelia was the american political terrorist organization that operated in the southern united states in the 19th century similar to an associated with the ku-klux-klan, and supporting white supremacy KKK/ Knights of white camelia
was an act that restricted the first wave of the groups that made up the kland force act of 1870-1871
was a united states federal law (in force from 1867 to 1887) that was intended to restrict the power of the president of the united states to remove certain office holders without the approval of the senate tenure of office act
the compromise of 1877 was a purported informal unwritten deal that settled the intensely disputed 1876 u.s presidential election. compromise of 1877
literacy test, along with poll taxes and extra-legal intimidation were used to deny suffrage to african americans poll tax and Literacy test
a clause in the constitutions of some southern states after 1980 intended to permit whites to vote while disfranchising blacks grandfather clause
is a u.s supreme court case from 1869 that upheld the rights of states to pass laws allowing or even requiring racial segregation in public and private plessy vs. Ferguson
by 1838 had become a perforative expression meaning "negro" when southern legislatives passed laws of racial segregation directed against blacks at the end of the 19th century these became known as jim crow laws jim crow laws
between 1866 and 1875 congress passed several civil rights acts to implement the 13th and 14th amendments civil rights cases of 1833
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