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What is crop lien?
a) Tenants rented land from the landowner b) Tenants often paid the landowner with a share of the crops grown c) Tenants bought needed supplies on credit d)
What is tenant farming?
a) Tenants rented land from the landowner b) Tenants often paid the landowner with a share of the crops grown c) Tenants bought needed supplies on credit d)
The Constitution established what in 1877?
a) A poll tax b) A freedman's tax c) A crop tax d) A property tax
What year did Reconstruction end?
a) 1875 b) 1876 c) 1877 d) 1878
What was the agency created in 1865 to help ex-slaves and poor whites provide for the necessities of life?
a) Federal Bureau of Citizens b) Freedman's Bureau c) Democratic Party d) Independent Party
What is sharecropping?
a) Tenants rented land from the landowner b) Tenants often paid the landowner with a share of the crops grown c) Tenants bought needed supplies on credit d)
What is a poll tax?
a) A tax that lets you drive on a certain highway b) A tax you must pay in order to vote c) A tax you must pay in order to petition d) A tax you pay on the goods you buy from a store
Which was the ONLY state to be readmitted twice to the Union?
a) Georgia b) Alabama c) Virginia d) Tennessee
Who were the scalawags?
a) Southern white Republicans b) Northerners that came south c) Conservative white Democrats d)
Which was the ONLY confederate state to ratify the Fourteenth Amendment?
a) Georgia b) Alabama c) Virginia d) Tennessee
Who were the carpetbaggers?
a) Southern white Republicans b) Northerners that came south c) Conservative white Democrats d)
What did the Fourteenth Amendment say?
a) It guaranteed citizen rights to anyone born in the United States b) It guaranteed that no one could be denied the right to vote based on race or color c) It made it illegal for anyone to be held in slavery d)
Who was president after Lincoln was shot?
a) Andrew Johnson b) Ulysses S. Grant c) Robert E. Lee d) Andrew Jackson
What were the Black Codes?
a) The told the newly freed slaves exactly where they were supposed to live and how to get their food b) It was a list of all the jobs that freedmen could do, and jobs they couldn't do c) It allowed freedmen the right to vote. d) denied freedmen the right to vote, serve on juries, testify against whites, or marry a white person
What was the period after the Civil War called?
a) Deconstruction b) Reconstruction c) Ante-bellum Period d) Reinvention
What did the Thirteenth Amendment say?
a) It guaranteed citizen rights to anyone born in the United States b) It guaranteed that no one could be denied the right to vote based on race or color c) It made it illegal for anyone to be held in slavery d)
What was the only institution that managed to stay open after the Civil War ended?
a) Churches b) Schools c) Clubs d) Other organizations
The majority of African-Americans were a part of which denominations?
a) Presbyterian and Baptist b) Methodist and Catholic c) Baptist and Methodist d) Presbyterian and Catholic
What does it mean to be literate?
a) Able to read fluently b) Able to read and do simple math c) Able to read and write d) Able to do math
What was the KKK?
a) A terrorist organization that went against white supremacy b) A terrorist organization that went against Americans c) A terrorist organization that went against African Americans and other people groups d) A terrorist organization that went against the Democratic party
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