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1.) After the Plessy v. Ferguson case, Southern states were allowed to pass laws that _____________________ against African Americans. (Lesson 2)2.) The Freedmen’s Bureau started colleges to help which group of people get an education? (Lesson 6)a.) Womenb.) African American adultsc.) White malesd.) Children 3.) What was the purpose of the 15th Amendment (Lesson 2)___________________________________________________________________________4.) Carpetbaggers were people from the ________ (region) who participated in the politics in the __________ (region). (Lesson 10; Lesson 16)5.) All male citizens were given the right to vote from the _____ Amendment. (Lesson 2)6.) The South Carolina Constitution of 1868 created a system of free _________for all races (Lesson 12). a.) homes b.) public schools c.) farms d.) healthcare

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