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Hiram Rhodes Revels was important because he was-
a) awarded the Medal of Honor for carrying the flag. b) elected by former slaves who could vote because of the 15th Amendment. c) Southerners elected him to the Supreme Court. d) Jefferson Davis gave him his job as President of the South.
This law was made to break up the Native Indian tribes:
a) Morrill Land Grant Act b) Homestead Act c) Dawes Act d) Intolerable Acts
These laws were passed to keep African Americans from voting:
a) Kansas-Nebraska Act b) Civil Rights Act c) Freedom of Information Act d) Black Codes
This law gives free land to anyone who will farm the land for 5 years:
a) Homestead Act b) Dawes Act c) Morrill Land Grant Act d) Prohibition Act
This tax was required to be paid in order to vote:
a) Estate Tax b) Property Tax c) Poll Tax d) Brass Tacks
This is when African Americans and Whites live apart from each other:
a) Integration b) Segregation c) Assimilation d) Gentrification
These tests had to be passed in order to vote during Reconstruction:
a) STAAR Tests b) GED's c) Citizenship Tests d) Literacy Tests
Who did the Grandfather Clause affect?
a) Poor Whites b) Rich Southern planters c) Freed African Americans d) Native Indians
Putting the nation back together is called:
a) Reunion b) Rehabilatation c) Reconstruction d) Recidivism
Laws that were intended to keep African Americans segregated were called:
a) Bill of Rights b) Jim Crow Laws/Black Codes c) Civil War Amendments d) NewtonLaws
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