Blacks, in 1870. Women got the right to vote in 1920. I guess if you were a black WOMAN, that was like a double whammy! For both women and blacks, the right to vote was not always granted to each black person or woman in every place even after they had the legal right to do so.
First off, it is spelt Mississippi. With that out of the way, blacks in Mississippi technically got the right to vote when blacks did all over the country. However, due to ill-advised policies, there was a continued disenfranchisement until the Civil Rights Era.
Technically free blacks had the right to vote from the first US Election in 1789, but it was not until the 15th Amendment in 1870 guaranteed their right to vote that they got the franchise. Even then there were many attempts to limit or discourage them from voting up until the 1960s.
it was created so blacks could not vote. (as you know many blacks were poor and didn't have enough money to support their families so how in the world could they afford to vote) it was just one of many laws to deprive African Americans of their rights