(10) Jim Crow

(10) Jim Crow - The Rise of Jim Crow Lecture outline The...

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The Rise of Jim Crow
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Lecture outline The failure of Populism Jim Crow: legal measures Jim Crow: extralegal measures Responses and consequences
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Populism’s failure Biracial message fades Racial scapegoating Return to “Bourbon” rule? Enduring Populist legacy Tom Watson remained a force
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Jim Crow Term’s origins A “strange career” Legal or de jure Segregation Disfranchisement Minstrel character
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Disfranchisement Not new in 1890s Intimidation Corruption Black voting, 1860s-1880s Populists and Democrats, 1890s
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State constitutions Mississippi, 1890 De jure disfranchisement 15 th Amendment (black suffrage) Poll taxes Literacy tests Understanding clause Grandfather clause
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Segregation Antebellum origins Postbellum urbanization Churches Neighborhoods Business districts 1890s: de jure State and local ordinances
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Separate (and not equal)
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Segregated schools
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Segregated work
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Culture of segregation Public deference White paternalism “pan-toting” Nomenclature
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Extralegal enforcement: lynching Origins Peak: 1890s Who lynched?
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Who lynched?
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Extralegal measures: lynching Origins Peak: 1890s Who lynched?
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This note was uploaded on 05/25/2011 for the course AMH AMH 2097 taught by Professor Christophergriffen during the Spring '09 term at FSU.

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