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Booker T. Washington and his beliefs for achieving equality He was an African American teacher and author. He founded the Tuskegee Institute in Alabama. He didn't believe that African Americans should fight for equal rights. He thought the best way to achieve equality was to learn a skill and gain economic freedo
W.E.D Du Boise and his beliefs for achieving equality He worked as a magazine editor and he was a author and educator. He believed that African Americans deserved equality and should demand it Immediately. He co founded the NAACP
Discrimination an unfair difference in the way people are treated
Pardon to forgive high ranking officials
Tenant someone who pays rent
Carpetbaggers the Southern name for Northerners who went south during Reconstruction to help local government or schools
Impeach to charge an official with wrong doing
Sharecropping a system in which farmers rented land in return for crops
Plessy V. Ferguson it upheld the constitutionality of racial segregation laws for public facilities as long as the segregated facilities were equal in quality
Compromise of 1877 ended Reconstruction
15th Amendment insured all citizen the right to vote regardless of race color previous condition of servitude or condition of enslavement.
14th Amendment granted citizenship to everyone born in the United States, except Native Americans.
13th Amendment made slavery illegal though out the United States and its territories
Jim Crow Laws segregation was becoming legal
Scalawags a white Southerner who worked with Northerners and African Americans during Reconstruction
Process for readmitting confederate states to the union to preserver the union and keep it together
Freedmen's Bureau a government agency created in 1865 that provided food schools, and medical care for newly freed African Americans and poor whites in the south
Frederick Douglass he was an abolitionist who once was enslaved.He wanted African Americans to fight for the Union. He also fought for the adoption of the 13th,14th,15th amendments
White Supremacy the belief that white people are superior to those of other races
Andrew Johnson he was the vice president to Abraham Lincoln and vetoed the civil rights act and many more
Civil Rights Act ended slavery in public places
Freedmen's Bureau Bill President Johnson vetoed the renewal of it
Reconstruction Act laid out the processes to readmitting the confederate states to the union

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