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Social Studies Final Exam

Why was the period after the Civil War known as the 'Reconstruction' period? Abraham Lincoln was planning to reconstruct the south
For what reasons did the north's support for reconstruction fade (end)? Establish the Union again
What did southerners do to guarantee Reconstruction failed to provide civil rights of their former slaves? Black Codes. Taking away their rights
How were many African Americans in the South affected after Reconstruction ended in 1877? They didn’t have jobs or homes after this period
What doctrine did the Supreme Court uphold in the case of Plessy v. Ferguson? Equal but separate
How did southerners disenfranchise former slaves? Jim Crow Laws
How could sharecropping be considered an extension of slavery? They were getting paid to work land
Though reconstruction began to wane what was the biggest political change in U.S. history that came out of Reconstruction? Freed Africans American
What was the main goal of the Ku Klux Klan in the South, during Reconstruction? To cause chaos, and get back at the freed African Americans
What did Hayes do, after winning the presidential election of 1876, that ended Reconstruction? Took all the troops out of the South
Why did early the attempts by congress to enforce Civil Rights Acts, fail? Because of the hate groups like KKK that stalled and didn’t obey the acts
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