They had no way of earning money. Some people went back to the plantatino and begged to be taken back for a small wage. Slavery in some areas didn't officially stop. They still had slaves, and weren't caught for a while.
The US government gave free men a plow and acres of land, but unless they were extremely knowlegadble, they didn't know how to make a living. They had been cotton picking all their life, and their parents had been cotton-pickers, and their grandparents, and their great-grandparents...
Plus, people still treated them like dirt. They were free, but they were still blacks. Until Martin Luther King and the Equalazation of blacks was made a law, they were treated very badly.
food water clothing jobs, after the war they had no shelter either
Us civil war
The Civil War
they became industrial workers
To help the freedmen in the south
Freed slaves were treated poorly after the Civil War. With the rise of the Ku Klux Klan, freedmen were usually terrorized. It was usually difficult for freedmen to get jobs as well.
mhmm the blacks lost their right
helped freedmen apex :)
They suplied Food, Aid and medicine
By farming and ranching.
They became sharecroppers
They were now Freedmen, but the struggle still goes on.
The Union took advantage of freedmen, and escaped Black slaves to form military regiments that fought in some major battles in the US Civil War. The extra troops became an asset to the US war effort.
Freedmen although they were more often called contraband.
somewhat like there lives before they were freed
somewhat like there lives before they were freed... Apex:)
General Sherman. -- His promise failed though.
African American churches were the most important institution
no they did not
After the civil war, the Republican Parties actions were more favorable to the freed African-Americans. They wanted to give equal rights to all the freedmen.
It is there. Look in the index under "freedmen or reconstruction". I know the book and the answer is there. Use your headings to help you and think.
Because America did not want blacks to gain equality after the post civil war era when they were "freedmen"