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ch. 18 vocab

A congress man who favored using the government to create a new order in the south and to give African Americans full citizenship and the right to vote. Radical Republicans
The process the federal government used to readmit the Cofederate states to the Union. Reconstruction
A federal agency set up to help former slaves after the Civil War. Freedmen's Bureau
When Lincoln was killed Johnson became president. Andrew Johnson
Limited the freedom of former slaves. Black Codes
Rights granted to all citizens. Civil Rights
Made all persons born naturalized in the United States. Fourteenth Amendment
A school set up to educate newly freed African Americans. Freeedmen's School
A system in which landowners gave farm workers land, seed, and tools in return for a part of the crops they raised. Sharecropping
A group formed in 1866 that wanted to restore Democratic control of the south and to keep former slaves powerless. Ku Klux Klan
Stated that citizens could not be stopped for voting. Fifteenth Amendment
Banks across the land closed. Panic of 1873
the agreement that resolved an 1876 election dispute. Compromise of 1877
Someone killed without a trial. Lynched
Created by: Nayxandria