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Chapter 9-pgs 299-306 - A P US Mods 6/7/8 Notes for pgs 299...

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A. P. US Artem Kholodenko Mods 6/7/8 0109 Notes for pgs. 299 – 306
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Free Blacks in the North Voting Restrictions Living Restrictions The “Middling Classes” Unstable Life New Stability Carpentry Picks Up - Blacks were hated everywhere in the nation and although there  practically was no slavery in the north, laws greatly penalized  blacks, like restrictions from voting - In NY, in 1821 it was revised that whites didn’t have to own  property to vote, but blacks still had to; in RI, in 1822, blacks were  banned from voting; same in PA in 1837; Boston was the only city  where blacks voted on equal rights as whites - Some places, like Missouri tried to keep blacks out by not letting  any into the state, others put them in segregated schools if any  schools at all, and segregation applied to jails as well - Blacks were forced into the least paying jobs with the worst 
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