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Reconstruction a time of major change in the state following the devastation of the Civil War; lasted from 1865-1872
Freedman's Bureau an agency of the War Department set up in 1865 to assist freed slaves in obtaining relief, land, jobs, fair treatment, and education
13th Amendment ended slavery in the United States
14th Amendment gave African-Americans or Blacks United States citizenship
15th Amendment gave African-American or Black men the right to vote
Black Codes laws created by Southern legislatures during Reconstruction that took away the civil rights of freedmen
Congressional Reconstruction Reconstruction period where Congress took responsibility for bringing the South back into the Union
Ratify to pass
Ku Klux Klan terrorist organization created to intimidate and prevent freedmen and Republicans from gaining political power in the South.
Black Legislators during the Reconstruction Period (1867-1876) sixty-nine African-Americans or Blacks served as delegates to Georgia’s constitutional convention or served as members of the state legislature. These legislators were removed from their seats after 1876.
Sharecropping farmers who agreed to work on a landowner’s property in exchange for land, farming equipment, and seed; sharecroppers were required to provide the land owner with a share of the crop.
Tenant farming farmers who agreed to work on a landowner’s property were required to provide the landowner with a share of the crop; unlike sharecroppers, tenant farmers usually owned their own farming equipment.
Created by: aburke18