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Reconstruction Match

Black Codes Laws and regulations designed to restrict African Americans' freedoms in the South.
Scallawags A southerner who switched political parties from a southern Democrat to a Republican; usually considered a traitor
Carpetbaggers Northerners who moved to South in search of economic and political opportunities.
Ku Klux Klan A secret organization which uses violence against black people.
13th Amendment Abolished slavery in the United States
14th Amendment Granted citizenship to all recently freed slaves
15th Amendment Guaranteed the right to vote, regardless of race, color, or previous condition of servitude
Radical Republicans Members of Congress intent on punishing the former Confederacy for the Civil War
Abraham Lincoln Assassinated By John Wilkes Booth; ended all attempts at leniency for the South
Created by: JEwbank