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SS ch. 13 Vocabulary

SS ch. 13 vocab

provided food, clothing, medical care, and legal advice to poor blacks and whites Freedman's Bureau
slave states that stay in the Union Border States
The period when the South rejoined the Union Reconstruction
a strategy of destroying the enemy's resources Total War
the government chooses people to serve in the military draft
the forced separation of races segregation
to charge a government official with a crime impeach
when land owners let poor farmers use small areas of land, in return the share cropper gave the land part of the crop sharecropping
a nickname for laws that kept African Americans separate from other Americans Jim Crow
soldiers who were killed or wounded casualties
all the people who are not in the military home front
a machine that sends electric messages over wire telegraph
group of temporary shelters, such as tents camp
the murder of an important leader assassination
a person who is not in the military civilian
the freeing of enslaved people emancipation
to leave the army without permission desert
Created by: Dorsey