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What was manufactured in Pittsburgh in the late 1800s/early 1900s?
a) steel
b) textiles
c) hamburgers
d) automobiles

He was a Confederate general who wanted the United States to reconcile peacefully.
a) Robert E. Lee
b) Abraham Lincoln
c) Frederick Douglass
d) Booker T. Washington

He believed in vocational education for African Americans, and was okay with segregation.
a) Booker T. Washington
b) W.E.B. DuBois
c) Abraham Lincoln
d) Robert E. Lee

This former slave wrote an autobiography, and traveled around speaking about amendments to help African Americans.
a) Frederick Douglass
b) Booker T. Washington
c) W.E.B. DuBois
d) Abraham Lincoln

He wanted full civil, political, and economic rights for African Americans immediately.
a) W.E.B. DuBois
b) Booker T. Washington
c) Abraham Lincoln
d) Robert E. Lee

These were Northerners who moved to the South after the Civil War; most Southerners hated them.
a) carpetbaggers
b) scalawags
c) freedmen
d) sharecroppers

These were people from the South who agreed with Reconstruction; most Southerners hated them.
a) scalawags
b) carpetbaggers
c) freedmen
d) sharecroppers

This organization was created to help provide food, schooling, and other services to formerly enslaved people.
a) Freedman's Bureau
b) Black Codes
c) Jim Crow Laws
d) Civil Rights Act of 1866

Jim Crow Laws created unequal opportunities in all of these EXCEPT-
a) reconciliation
b) housing
c) work
d) education

These were people who rented farmland in the South, but were basically treated like slaves and were very poor.
a) sharecroppers
b) freedmen
c) scalawags
d) carpetbaggers

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