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Reconstruction

QuestionAnswer
Who was the KKK A groupof people who didn't want colored people to vote
____% of southern voters had to take an oath of loyalty 10
Freedmen's bureau helped the South and former slaves by? Food and clothing Find jobs for freedmen Medical care for over 1 million Schools for freedmen Created colleges
President Abe Lincoln was assined by_________ John Wilkes Booth
renting and farming a plot of land planters provide seed, fertilizer, and tools, in return for a share of the crop at harvest time Sharecropping
Southern laws that severely limited the rights of African Americans after the Civil War Black codes
Men and women who were former slaves. Freedmen
a white southerner who supported the republicans during reconstruction scalawag
an uncomplimentary nickname for a Northerner who went to the South after the Civil War. Carpetbagger
Southern states had to write new state constitution including the 14th Amendment Disbanded Southern State governments that would not ratify the 14 Amendment African Americans guaranteed right to vote Reconstruction act
Majority of white men had to swear loyalty to the U.S. 13th Amendment had to be passed Former Confederates could vote and hold office Johnson Plan
Majority of White men had to swear loyalty to the U.S. Former Confederates could not vote or hold office. Wade-Davis Bill
if a voter’s father or grandfather had been eligible to vote on January 1, 1867 the voter did not have to take a literacy test Grandfather Clauses
People had to pay to vote Poll Taxes
segregation, legal separation of races Jim Crow Laws
Supreme Court ruled segregation was legal as long as facilities for blacks and whites were equal Plessy V. Ferguson
banned slavery throughout the nation 13th Amendment
Who was the KKK A groupof people who didn't want colored people to vote
____% of southern voters had to take an oath of loyalty 10
Freedmen's bureau helped the South and former slaves by? Food and clothing Find jobs for freedmen Medical care for over 1 million Schools for freedmen Created colleges
President Abe Lincoln was assined by_________ John Wilkes Booth
renting and farming a plot of land planters provide seed, fertilizer, and tools, in return for a share of the crop at harvest time Sharecropping
Southern laws that severely limited the rights of African Americans after the Civil War Black codes
Men and women who were former slaves. Freedmen
a white southerner who supported the republicans during reconstruction scalawag
an uncomplimentary nickname for a Northerner who went to the South after the Civil War. Carpetbagger
Southern states had to write new state constitution including the 14th Amendment Disbanded Southern State governments that would not ratify the 14 Amendment African Americans guaranteed right to vote Reconstruction act
Majority of white men had to swear loyalty to the U.S. 13th Amendment had to be passed Former Confederates could vote and hold office Johnson Plan
Majority of White men had to swear loyalty to the U.S. Former Confederates could not vote or hold office. Wade-Davis Bill
if a voter’s father or grandfather had been eligible to vote on January 1, 1867 the voter did not have to take a literacy test Grandfather Clauses
People had to pay to vote Poll Taxes
segregation, legal separation of races Jim Crow Laws
Supreme Court ruled segregation was legal as long as facilities for blacks and whites were equal Plessy V. Ferguson
banned slavery throughout the nation 13th Amendment
gave African Americans citizenship Civil Rights Act of 1866
citizens are all persons born or naturalized in the U.S., equal protection of the laws, forbade states to deprive any person of life, liberty, or property without due process of law 14th Amendment
forbade any state to deny any citizen the right to vote because of race, color, or previous condition of servitude 15th Amendment
fought for these guaranteed voting rights Frederick Douglass
Created by: 15_maddox