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Reconstruction The process of readmitting Confederate states to the Union.
Freedman's Bureau Organization that helped former slaves.
Andrew Johnson 17th president.
Black Codes Laws limiting freedom of former slaves.
Radical Republicans Congressmen who wanted the federal government to change Southern society.
Civil Rights Rights granted to all citizens.
Fourteenth Amendment Amendment provivding equal rights for all U.S. citizens.
Freedman's School A school set up to educate former slaves.
Sharecropping System in which a landowner provided land to a farmer in return for a share of the crop.
Ku Klux Klan Group that sought to keep former slaves powerless.
Lynch To punish a person by killing him or her without a trial.
Fifteenth Amendment Gave African Americans full voting rights.
Panic of 1873 Financial panic caused by failure of several powerful banks.
Compromise of 1877 Deal between Republicans and Democrats that allowed Rutherford Hayes to become president.
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