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recontruction

TermDefinition
Recontruction The period of time when the united states made policies to rebuild the south.
Ku Klu Klan A group that terrorized blacks and whites who supported their rights.
Civil Rights Act of 1866 This bill gave blacks citizenship the same legal rights as whites.
14th Amendment This right required states to grant citizenship to all persons born in the united states.
15th Amendement Protects blacks voting rights.
Scalawag White southerners who suppoerted the changes.
Carpetbagger Northerners who moved south.
Sharecropping Sharing the employers crop with freedmen.
Tenant Farming Sharecroppers who rented land.
Liberal Rebublicans Those who broke with the party over the enforcement acts.
Sand Creek Massacre The US Army had persuaded a group of Cheyenne to stop raiding farms and return to their Colorado reservation peacefully.
Battle of little bighorn To stop raids pn settlers in Sioux territory.
sitting bull one of the indians who led an attack.
George Armstrong Custer led a headlong attack against the far larger force.
Dawes Act Broke up some reservations and divided the land.
Homestead Act Allowed anyone of rhe age 21 to own land in the west.
Created by: Dylan Abbott