Chapter Quiz 1 - Kambra Merrifield HIST 102 1WW U.S History...

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Kambra MerrifieldHIST 102- 1WW: U.S. History IIJanuary 16, 2014Chapter Quiz 1Information provided by:Schaller, Michael, et al. American Horizons. Oxford University Press, Inc., 2013. Print.Upload quiz as either a .doc, .txt, or .pdf file to Blackboard through the link below.Identification:For each of the following terms, provide the who, what, when, where & historical significance. Use complete sentences. 5 points possibleBlack codes-Who: The black codes were rights given to ex-slaves and all people who had been freed.What: The black codes are different acts, or rights, that gave the former slaves the right to own property, the right to get married, and the right to be apart of the judicial process. Another part of these rights included the “apprenticeship” laws which included the county courts being able to take children from parents who were not able to provide the proper care to the children.When: The black codes were adopted in the fall season of year 1865.Where: The black codes, or acts, were forced all across the region.Historical Significance: The black codes showed the ending of the Civil War and gave rights to the slaves.Crop lien-

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