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This plan welcomed the South back into the Union without malice and required ten percent of a state’s voters pledge allegiance to the Union and support Emancipation. Lincoln’s 10% Plan
Northerners who moved to the South in order to make money. Carpetbaggers
A southerner who supports the Union Scalawags
This group helped former slaves with schools, getting jobs, and housing. Freedmen’s Bureau
A large group of former confederate soldiers who terrorized blacks throughout the South during reconstruction. The KKK
A system of farming that allowed former slaves and poor whites to work the ground for large landowners in exchange for a portion of the profits. Not much different than slavery. Sharecropping
These laws were passed in the South in order to limit the rights of freed African-Americans. Black Codes
He was elected President during Reconstruction and was a strong advocate for the rights of freed slaves. Ulysses S. Grant
This agreement after the election of 1876 saw all Union troops pulled from the South and effectively ended the era of reconstruction. The Compromise of 1877
During this period of time the KKK increased in power in the South as the states found ways to deny rights to blacks and the races became deeply segregated. Jim Crow Era
This Constitutional amendment prohibits both federal and state governments from denying a citizen the right to vote based on “race, color, or previous condition of servitude.” 15th amendment
This Constitutional amendment abolished slavery and all other forms of involuntary servitude in the U.S. 13th Amendment
This Constitutional amendment addresses citizenship rights in the U.S. and guarantees equal protection under the law. 14th Amendment
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