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plantation slavery large farms owned and worked generations of human slaves with hard work and large profits for the owners
Southern way of life belief that the South and all its culture is just and correct and should be preserved for future generations
nullification a state's refusal to recognize an act of Congress that is considered unconstitutional
succession to leave and become independent because of a difference of belief
sharecropping a system where land owners give farm workers land, seed, and tools in return for a part of the crop they raise
black codes legislation passed in the South in 1865-66 to regulate the status of the recently freed slaves. it followed the Civil War overthrow of the slave codes
Jim Crow laws laws enacted by Southern states and local governments to separate white and black people in public and private facilities
13th Amendment 1865 Amendment to the U.S. Constitution that abolished slavery and indentured servitude
14th Amendment 1868 Amendment to the U.S. Constitution that made all persons in born or naturalized in the U.S. - including former slaves - citizens of this country
15th Amendment 1870 Amendment to the U.S. Constitution that prohibits the denial of voting rights to people because of their race, color, or because they have previously been slaves
Created by: mrarmy