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Chapter 9


reconstruction to rebuild
sharecropper a farmer who worked land owned by someone else
Ben Tillman Governor of South Carolina in 1890, wanted to help poor white farmers and created an agricultural college now called Clemson University
poverty not having enough money to provide the basic things needed to live
debt to owe money to someone else
integrate to bring together
Jim Crow Laws laws segregating African Americans from whites
Freedmen's Bureau a government organization that gave food, shelter and medicine to former slaves and poor white people
14th Amendment anyone born in America was a citizen and had equal rights
15th Amendment African Americans right to vote
Created by: sgoff