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Radical Republican person who faverd using gov. to creat order and make AA citizens in the south
Reconstruction readmit confederate states back into the Union
Freedmans Bureau helpedfree slaves make a life
Andrew Johnson became president after lincoln was killed
Black Codes limited freedom of former slaves
Civil Rights rights granted to all citizens
14th Amendment made blacks citizens
Freedmans Schools set to eduacate free AA
Sharecropping landownersgave farmers land and in return they shared the crops they grew
Ku Klux Klan wanted to keep formerslaves powerless
Lynched killing people on the spot with out a trial
15th amendment gave AA men the right to vote
Panic of 1873 banks all over closed after making bad loans, caused the depression
Compromose of 1877 an agreement that rsolved an 1876 election dispute
Created by: M0502049