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DarrisWilson

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Reconstrution? Rebuilding of the south.
13th Amendment? Each state also had to ratify the 13 amendment which congress had approved in january 1865.
Black Codes? However southern legislature also passed black codes laws that severely limited the right of freedom.
Radical Republican? Member of congress called radical republican vowed to take control of reconstruction
14th Amendment? To void a similar ruling republicans proposed the fourteenth amendment gave us citizenship
Impeach? or february 24,
15th Amendment? In 1869 congress proposed the Fifteenth amendment right to vote
KKK? The most dagnerous was the ku klux klan or kkk the klan worked to keep african americans and white republicans out of office
Jim Crow Laws? These Jim Crow Laws as they were known trapped southern blacks in a hopeless situatio
Plessy V Ferguson? African Americans brought lawsuits to challenge segregation. In 1896 in the case of Plessy V Ferguson the supreme court rules
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