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History USII.3


13th Amendment Banned Slavery
14th Amendment Granted citizenship to people born in the U.S. and gave equal protection under the law
15th Amendment ensures citizens the right to vote
Civil Rights Act of 1866 African Americans gained equal rights
Who supervised the South during Reconstruction? federal troops
Freedmen's Bureau established to aid former enslaved African Americans in the South
in 1877 Reconstruction ended
Jim Crow Laws affected African American and American Indians; segregation
carpetbaggers term used by southerners who resented northerners who came south during Reconstruction
Robert E. Lee urged Southerners to reconcile with Northerners at the end of the war
Frederick Douglass fought for adoption of constitutional amendments that guaranteed voting rights
Abraham Lincoln believed the preservation of the Union was more important than punishing the south
Reconcile to restore friendly relations
Black Codes Southern states attempts to limit the economic and physical freedom of former slaves
Created by: ssluck