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8-5.3 Review

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  • Q1
    a refusal to take part in an event or convention
  • Q2
    more than 50 percent
  • Q3
    allowed African American men to vote and hold office, ratified the 14th and 15th Amendments, allowed women to own property for the first time
    Constitution of 1868
  • Q4
    a person who seeks to promote the welfare of others through donations of money, goods or services
  • Q5
    a Northerner who went to the South after the Civil War for political and economic advantages, part of the Republican party
  • Q6
    took place in a predominantly African-American town in Aiken County, six black militia members were killed by a white mob
    Hamburg Massacre
  • Q7
    group that wanted to restore the state's government and society to its condition prior to the Civil War under the control of the elite, willing to use violence to achieve this goal
  • Q8
    agreement that said Democrats would recognize the election of Republican President Hayes in exchange for the withdrawal of federal troops from the South
    Compromise of 1876/1877
  • Q9
    former Confederate general, who was the leader of the "Redeemers," elected governor in 1876
    Wade Hampton
  • Q10
    established by the Constitution of 1868
    Public Schools
  • Q11
    philanthropists who created Penn School to teach freedmen to read and write
    Northern Aid Society
  • Q12
    colleges established for African Americans by religious groups and Northern philanthropists in South Carolina
    Claflin College, Benedict College, Allen University, Avery Institute
  • Q13
    led by Wade Hampton, willing to use violence, intimidation and fraud in order to achieve their goals
    "Red Shirts"
  • Q14
    Ku Klux Klan, "Riflemen", and the "Red Shirts," who engaged in violence, intimidation and murder/ hate groups
    Vigilante Groups

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