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Ch.18 Vocab

Hajin Seo S1200120 Ch. 18 Vocab

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This group of congressm favored federal power to create a new order in the South and to promote full citizenship for freed African - Americans. Radical Republicans
The process the federal government used to redmit the Confederate States to the Union. Reconstruction
This federal agency set up schools and hospitals for African Americans and distributed clothes, food, and fuel throughout the South. Freedmen's Bureau
Lincoln's vice president. He became a president when Lincoln died. Andrew Johnson
Which limited the freedom of former slaves. black codes
Those rights granted to all citizens. Civil Rights
It started that all people born in the U.S were citizens and had the same rights. Fourteenth Amendments
T set up to educated newly freed African Americans. Freedmen's school
A worker rented a plot of land to farm. sharecropping
Such fillings spurred the rise of a secret group. Ku Klux Klan
Killing them on the spot without a trial as punishments for supposed crime. Lynched
Stated that citizens could not be stopped from voting "on accound of race, color, or previous condition of sevitude. Fifteenth Amendment
Several powerful Easter banks ran out of money after makeing bad loans. Panic of 1873
The agreement that resolved an 1876 election dispute. Compromise of 1877
Created by: s1200120