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This game has a question on-screen along with the required character spaces. A panel at the bottom provides you with the letters of the English alphabet and numerals zero to nine. Click all the letters or numbers in the answer, or alternatively type in the answer and click the Guess the Answer button. After your sixth incorrect entry, the hangman fills in the answer for you. If you get it right, you're free of the noose and move on to the next question.
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The 13th amendment abolished _____________ in the United States.
John, a poor white person, made a deal with a local landowner who supplied him land to work, seed, and materials in return for his labor and part of his crop. This agreement is called ____________:
This law gave free title to federal land west of the Mississippi River (2 words).
Thomas, a former slave, was guaranteed the right to ____ by the 15th amendment.
The __________ __________ Act granted blacks full citizenship and civil rights (2 words).
During the Reconstruction Era, blacks were granted the right to vote. The _______________ Acts of 1870 and 1871 protected black voters.
This man was the first black U.S. Senator. He represented Mississippi and was known to be a great speaker.
The _______ Act broke up Indian reservations into sections for individual Indians to own. It resulted in futher expansion of white settlers and loss of Indian land.
The 14th amendment defined U.S. citizenship and guaranteed _________ protection under the law to all citizens.
The __________ Amendments (13th, 14th, and 15th) did not prevent states from limiting black voting (intimidation, poll taxes) or segregating public institutions until the 1960s.
______ _____ were state laws that restricted the rights of blacks after the Civil War during President Johnson's tenure.
Northern support for reconstruction and reform waned due to _____________, political scandals amongst Republicans, and economic collapse in the Panic of 1873.
Northerners who came to the South during reconstruction to work in government jobs or benefit from the reconstruction effort were known as _____________.
The ___ _________ __________ violently intimidated blacks, scalawags, and carpetbaggers.
____________ is a defined process whereby a foreign-born person can legally become a U.S. citizen.
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