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A former slave who sued for his freedom in the Supreme Court.
a) Abraham Lincoln
b) Dred Scott
c) Jefferson Davis
d) John Brown

People aligning themselves more with the region of the country they live in rather than the nation as a whole.
a) Secession
b) Sectionalism
c) Stacking
d) Seceders

He was a Civil War hero for the North who later became President of the United States
a) Abraham Lincoln
b) Andrew Johnson
c) Ulysses S. Grant
d) William Tecumsah Sherman

What did the Radical republicans attempt to do to President Johnson?
a) pin a crime on him
b) murder him
c) impeach him
d) bribe him

This document stated that all slaves in Confederate states were free.
a) 13th Amendment
b) Suffrage
c) Emancipation Proclamation
d) Black Codes

An abolitionist was
a) A person who worked for the Confederacy
b) A person who worked for states rights
c) A person who worked to end poverty.
d) A person who worked to end slavery

June 19, 1865
a) Juneteenth
b) Emancipation Day
c) End of the Civil War
d) Lincoln's birthday

Farmers who lacked land and the necessary tools, promised a larger part of the crop in return for tools and land. This led to a cycle of debt.
a) Tenant farmers
b) Carpetbaggers
c) Freedmen
d) Sharecroppers

Providing help and legal aid to freed people was done by this group.
a) Freedmen's Bureau
b) Ku Klux Klan
c) Black Codes
d) Freedpeople

Murder and intimidation of African Americans were the actions of this secret group.
a) Ku Klux Klan
b) Scalawags
c) Freedmen
d) Slaveholders

Rebuilding of the South
a) Military Reconstruction Acts
b) Black Codes
c) Freedman's Bureau
d) Reconstruction

Equal rights and citizenship were guaranteed to African Americans by this Amendment.
a) 12th
b) 14th
c) 13th
d) 15th

They believed that Congress needed to take a greater role in Reconstruction.
a) Civil Rights Activists
b) Loyalists
c) Radical Republicans
d) Demanding Democrats

This gave African American men the right to vote.
a) The Fifteenth Amendment
b) The Thirteenth Amendment
c) The Fourteenth Amendment
d) Emancipation Proclamation

The Civil War lasted...
a) 2 years
b) 3 years
c) 4 years
d) 5 years

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