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The Northern states economy was based on _____

 

a) slavery and agriculture

 

b). farming and servitude

 

c). Manufacturing and industry

 

d). Plantations

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The Northern states economy was based on _____

 

a) slavery and agriculture

 

b). farming and servitude

 

c). Manufacturing and industry

 

d). Plantations


c). manufacturing and industry 


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W.E.B. Du Bois has stated, "the slave went free; stood a brief moment in the sun; then moved back again toward slavery."
 
How does the quote by W.E.B. Du Bois sum up the Reconstruction Era?
  A)
The Civil War caused many more problems for African Americans all over the country than when they were slaves.
  B)
Former slaves were set free after the Civil War, but were thrown back into slavery at the end of Reconstruction.
  C)
African Americans enjoyed freedom right after the Civil War, but were restricted from their rights as citizens by the end of Reconstruction.
  D)
All African Americans were banned from the South right after the Civil War, but were forced to move back after the Reconstruction.
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W.E.B. Du Bois has stated, "the slave went free; stood a brief moment in the sun; then moved back again toward slavery."
 
How does the quote by W.E.B. Du Bois sum up the Reconstruction Era?
  A)
The Civil War caused many more problems for African Americans all over the country than when they were slaves.
  B)
Former slaves were set free after the Civil War, but were thrown back into slavery at the end of Reconstruction.
  C)
African Americans enjoyed freedom right after the Civil War, but were restricted from their rights as citizens by the end of Reconstruction.
  D)
All African Americans were banned from the South right after the Civil War, but were forced to move back after the Reconstruction.

C). African Americans enjoyed freedom right after the Civil War, but were restricted from their rights as citizens by the end of Reconstruction.


How did Lincoln’s assassination change the outcome of the Reconstruction Era?
  A)
Lincoln wanted the Confederate soldiers to go to prison; Johnson did not.
  B)
The South would continue to function as their own country.
  C)
Johnson got rid of Lincoln's plan and replaced it with a stricter plan.
  D)
Not all states had to pass the 13th Amendment.
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How did Lincoln’s assassination change the outcome of the Reconstruction Era?
  A)
Lincoln wanted the Confederate soldiers to go to prison; Johnson did not.
  B)
The South would continue to function as their own country.
  C)
Johnson got rid of Lincoln's plan and replaced it with a stricter plan.
  D)
Not all states had to pass the 13th Amendment.

C). Johnson got rid of Lincoln's pan and replaced it with a stricter plan 


 What was John Wilkes Booth's goal in the assassination of Abraham Lincoln?
    A)
To cause confusion in the North and give the Southern states time to recover and keep fighting. 
  B)
To help the South achieve favorable surrender terms. 
  C)
To prevent the North from outlawing slavery in Southern states.
  D)
To put Andrew Johnson in office so he would treat Southerners better.
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 What was John Wilkes Booth's goal in the assassination of Abraham Lincoln?
    A)
To cause confusion in the North and give the Southern states time to recover and keep fighting. 
  B)
To help the South achieve favorable surrender terms. 
  C)
To prevent the North from outlawing slavery in Southern states.
  D)
To put Andrew Johnson in office so he would treat Southerners better.

A). To cause confusion in the North and in the Southern states time to recover and keep fighting 


How did the Jim Crow laws seek to weaken the 13th, 14th, and 15th amendments?
  A)
Jim Crow laws made segregation legal.
  B)
Jim Crow laws made segregation illegal. 
  C)
Jim Crow laws encouraged African-Americans to find equal employment.
  D)
Jim Crow laws limited the ability of white business owners to find workers.
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How did the Jim Crow laws seek to weaken the 13th, 14th, and 15th amendments?
  A)
Jim Crow laws made segregation legal.
  B)
Jim Crow laws made segregation illegal. 
  C)
Jim Crow laws encouraged African-Americans to find equal employment.
  D)
Jim Crow laws limited the ability of white business owners to find workers.

A). Jim Crow laws made segregation legal 


How did Black Codes and Jim Crow laws seek to limit the rights of freed slaves and African-Americans? 

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How did Black Codes and Jim Crow laws seek to limit the rights of freed slaves and African-Americans? 


Example Answer: Black Codes and Jim Crow laws sought to limit the rights of freed slaves and African-Americans by putting reestriction on public accommodations, travel, marriage, and the voting rights of freed slaves and African-Americans. 



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