Ticket in the Door (SS8H6) Reconstruction
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(1865)- ended slavery in the United States.
(1868)- gave African-Americans United States citizenship.
(1870)- gave African-American men the right to vote.
laws created by Southern legislatures during Reconstruction that took away the civil rights of freedmen.
during the Reconstruction Period (1867-1876) sixty-nine of these people served as delegates to Georgia's constitutional convention or served as members of the state legislature and were removed from their seats after 1876.
(1866-1867) Reconstruction period where Congress took responsibility for bringing the South back into the Union.
federal agency created in 1865 to provide aid to former slaves (and also poor whites)
A mass movement of six million African-Americans to the North between the years 1910-1970.
Henry McNeal Turner
(1834-1915) The most well-known African-American Georgia legislator during the Reconstruction Period.
Ku Klux Klan
terrorist organization created to intimidate and prevent freedmen and Republicans from gaining political power in the South.
The (1867-1877) period where the military took responsibility for bringing the South back into the Union; the South was divided into military districts.
The (1865-1866) period where the chief executive officer of the U.S. took responsibility for bringing the South back into the Union; most lenient of this plan; commonly known as 10% plan.
A group of Northern Republicans who wanted to punish the Southern states and to insure civil rights for African-Americans.
The process of farmers agreeing to work on a landowner's property in exchange for land, farming equipment, and seed; they were required to provide the land owner with a share of the crop.
The process of farmers agreeing to work on a landowner's property and to provide the landowner with a share of the crop; unlike other farmers, these farmers usually owned their own farming equipment.