african_american_history_midterm - 1 What is it(Define 2 Why did it occur\/exist\/come about 3 Why is it important(Historical Significance \u25cf Black

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1) What is it? (Define) 2) Why did it occur/exist/come about? 3) Why is it important? (Historical Significance) Black Educational Opportunities in the Reconstruction South (Chp 12) educational institutions were established with the help of public and private organizations; Freedmen's Bureau and African American churches. Most teachers were Northern whites and half were women. Some Blacks such as Robert G. Fitzgerald became teachers and by 1869, black teachers outnumber whites in these schools. Some southern whites were outraged by them getting an education and responded in violence.By 1877, more than 600,000 Afr. Americans were enrolled in elementary school WEB Du Bois and the Talented Tenth (Chp 15, 16) Sharecropping, Tenant Farming, Debt Peonage, and Land Ownership in the post-Civil War South (Chp 12, 13) Gender and the Reconstruction South (Chp 12) Black Participation in the Spanish-American War (Chp 15) Booker T. Washington and the Tuskegee Institution (Chp 15, 16) Black Soldiers in the Union Army (Chp 12) Madam C.J. Walker (Chp

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