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federal troops from the South and the granting of home rule (self-rule) in the South 11. Was this a formal agreement? This was an informal, unwritten, agreement between Hayes and the Congressmen 12. What was the purpose of troops being stationed in Southern states? These troops served to guarantee African American men's right to vote, and the Republican-controlled federal government 13. What did Southerners feel about these soldiers? White Southerners generally despised these troops, and wanted an end to the intervention of the federal government in the South. 14. What did Southerners want to do with the freed slaves? they wanted to return African-Americans to conditions of slavery as closely as possible. 15. How long did it take for Hayes to pull soldiers out of the South? Southern Democrats, for their part, pledged that they would “recognize the civil and political equality of blacks.” 16. What was another important part of the compromise? the Republican Party abandoned the last remnant of its support for equal rights for African Americans 17. What was the result of home-rule for the South?
federal troops went any hope of reconstructing the South as a racially-egalitarian (equal) society after the end of slavery. 18. Did the Republicans continue their support for African-American rights? YES 19. What do you think about Adams’ comment? Shows the devastation of the slaves a some of the stuff they go through

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