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assassination murder of a political or government leader
reconstruction rebinding and healing
Andrew Johnson was president when Lincoln died.
13th no more slavery
black code African American cant vote
reconstruction act African American can vote
freedmen Bureau freed slaves
carpetbagger north making businesses in the south
scalawags southerners that help the reconstruction
14th African American had citizenship
15th male people can vote even African American
impeached the president has to leave
segregation separation
Jim crow laws law for segregation
sharecropping renting land
grandfather clause make law chang
involuntary must be a slave
deprive to take away
special privileges allowed to do something
area of control where one has influence
abridge shorten
insurrection rebellion your country
due process preserve the right of citizens
naturalization to be a citizen
obligation a promise
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