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What document freed SOME slaves?
a) Emancipation Proclamation b) 13th Amendment c) 14th Amendment d) 15th Amendment
What amendment made freed slaves citizens?
a) 14th Amendment b) 13th Amendment c) 15th Amendment d) Emancipation Proclamation
What amendment let citizens vote?
a) 15th Amendment b) 14th Amendment c) 13th Amendment d) Emancipation Proclamation
The __________________________ was riddled with fraud.
a) Election of 1876 b) The Compromise of 1877 c) 40 Acres and a Mule d) Radical Reconstruction
What officially ended Reconstruction?
a) Compromise of 1877 b) Electoral Votes c) Emancipation Procalmation d) Radical Reconstruction
_________________ means to excuse or forgive.
a) Pardon b) Amend c) Veto d) Ratify
How many years did the Jim Crow Laws enforce slavery?
a) 60 years b) 20 years c) 10 years d) 5 years
What are the three amendments of Reconstruction?
a) 13th, 14th, 15th b) 15th, 16th, 17th c) 18th,19th, 20th d) 10th, 11th, 12th
Who took over as President after Lincoln was assasinated?
a) Andrew Johnson b) Barack Obama c) Bill Clinton d) George W. Bush
What was President Lincoln's plan for Reconstruction called?
a) 10% Plan b) 5th Plan c) Reconstruction Plan d) Lincoln Plan
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