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Terms covering Reconstruction in US History

Man who became President after Abraham Lincoln was assassinated. Andrew Johnson
Period of US History where North and South handled reuniting. Reconstruction
Anti-slavery group in Republican Party who wanted harsh penalties for South and rights for Freedmen. Radical Republicans
The right to vote. Suffrage
Former Slaves. Freedmen
Supporting one's country is called this. Nationalism
This Amendment abolished slavery. 13th Amendment
Farming Technique mainly in the South, where poorer people would farm other's land but give away much of the crop to the landowner. Sharecropping
Moving from one area within a country to another. Migration
Laws mainly in the South set up to control Freedmen. Black Codes
This freed all slaves in areas controlled by the Confederacy during the Civil War. Emancipation Proclamation
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