African Americans: The Loss and Gain of Freedom(1865-1900

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November 1, 2015








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It was a bureau ran by the United States Army, with several field agents that provided medical care, food, helped black and white refugees deprived by the war to return home, and established schools. Goals of the African-Americans were to secure physical protection from abuse and local terror by local whites, equal civil rights, economic independence, and political participation...
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During Reconstruction African Americans were given the right to vote, the use of hospitals, right to an education, to become part of the legal system (sheriffs, judges, jurors, and policemen), the right to get well paying jobs, and the right to own land. African-Americans began to cut their ties to their slave owners, go into the towns and cities to find jobs, and find lost family members...
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