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a system of servitude in which debtors are forced to work for the person to whom they owe money until they pary off the debt
laws enacted in 1855 and 1856 in the former Confederate States to restrict freedom and oppurtunities for African Americans
a constitutional change ratified in 1870 granting black males the right to vote
A constitutional change ratified in 1865 abolishing slavery in the United States
established in 1866, a secret, white supremacist terriost group that resisted reconstruction by tormenting black Americans
the forced seperation of races in public places
a form of tenant farming in which the land owner provides a tenant not only with land but also with the money needed to purchase equipment, supplies, food, clothing, or supervision
A federal agency established in 1865, at the end of the Civil War, to help and protect the 4 million newly freed black Americans as they transitioned out of enslavement
a right that is guaranteed to all citizens of a country
a system of agriculture in which landowners rent plots of land to workers who pay for the use of land in cash, with a share of the crop raised, or both
a constitutional change ratified in 1868 granting citizenship to all former slaves by declaring that anyone born in the U.S. is a citizen, also rights of due process of law
a tax of set rate that is imposed on each person in a population
any of the laws legalizing racial segregation of blacks and whites that were enacted in Southern States beginning in the 1880's and enforced through the 1950's
a test of one's ability to read and write
During and after the Civil War, a member of the Republican Party who believed in and fought for the emancipation of slaves and equal rights
a provision in a law that exempts anyone already involved in a certain activity from any new restrictions on the activity that are established by the law
a general pardon for a crime, usually a political one, issued by a government to a specific group of people
the 1896 Supreme Court case that started the 'Seperate, but equal' doctrine by which segregation became legal as long as the facilities provided to blacks were equal to the whites
to kill someone without approval by law, often by hanging and by a mob of peope

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