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Study up for the Reconstruction

One example of a black code that was designed to prevent blacks in the South from voting was the literacy tests
Another product of black codes was charging a fee for getting to vote and were called poll taxes
The 13th Amendment legally ended slavery
The 14th Amendment gave all people born in the United States status as ______ except for Native Americans. citizens
After the Civil War many African Americans worked at the former plantations as ______________ sharecroppers
One of the really positive organizations that resulted from the end of the Civil War helped to educate African-Americans and poor whites. Freedmen's Bureau
Separate but equal Plessy v. Ferguson
Division of races in all places segregation
Lincoln's plan for Reconstruction focused on unity
Lincoln's plan for Reconstruction hoped the country would quickly _______. heal
The Southern economy before and during the Civil War was mainly ________. agricultural
The Freedmen's Bureau was designed to aid __________. formerly enslaved persons
Economic assistance was provided to formerly enslaved persons by the __________ ___________. Freedmen's Bureau
After the military left the South, there was an increase in the efforts of _______ __________ to limit the rights of African Americans. white supremacists
The 13th, 14th, and 15th Amendments were geared towards __________ the rights of African Americans. increasing
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