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Reconstruction Rebuilding Of the South
13th Amendment Banned slavery The Nation
Black Clodes Slavery limited the rights of Freedom
Radical Republicans Members of the congress that Vowed to take control of Reconstruction
14th Amendment It defined citizens as all person born in the United States
15 Amendment Gave Black Men the Right to Vote
Impeach Bring Formal Changes
KKK A group of white southerners that were very violent to colored and Abolitionist
Jim Crow Laws Laws that Separated blacks and Whites in Schools,restaurant,theaters,trains,streets,playgrounds,hospitals and even cemeteries
Plessy V.Ferguson A case in 1869 that the supreme court ruledthe segregation was legal so long so facilities for blacks and whites were equal
Created by: SanaKash