Representation of the South increased because more Southern states were created during Reconstruction.
To help them improve their communities.
Using African instruments and songs in their services.
It would help students fit into white society.
it was legal as a form of punishment
In sharecropping, both freed slaves and poor whites borrowed land, seeds, and tools from a landowner, in exchange for a share of the crop at harvest time.
all of the above-apex
The Fifteenth Amendment, which in brief but clear terms stated that citizens' rights
were not to be limited by "race, color or previous condition of servitude"
the growth of the negroleague
be able to build a house and farm.
The term boomtown was used to describe a town that grew quickly around gold-minning areas.
African-Americans who were elected to government during reconstruction were often harassed and sent death threats while in office.
By the spring of 1865 the south was the poorest region of the United States.
All of the above
held their own services in secret
Journeys made across the United States in the mid-1800s were long and dangerous.
The Sharecroppers farmers in the south will like not prosper after the war.
Grandfather clauses were based upon individual African American's family histories.
gained members and influence (apex)
The compromise of 1877