Black sharecropping A represented a continuation of the pre Civil War gang

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9. Black sharecropping:A.represented a continuation of the pre-Civil War gang-labor system.B.differed sharply from the tenant system.C.usually led to economic independence.D.was a very common occupation of former slaves.E.involved close white supervision which recalled the days of slavery.10. Which of the following became essential institutions in the black community in the south during Reconstruction?11. Even though the House's impeachment charges were nominally based on specific "high crimes and misdemeanors," Andrew Johnson was actually convicted by the Senate and removed from the presidency for petty political reasons.12. President Abraham Lincoln's "ten percent" plan for the South referred to:
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13. The first Reconstruction Act contained all of the following provisions EXCEPT:A.barred former Confederates from registering to vote and holding officeB.required the first state legislatures to meet under the new constitution drafted by their state conventions to ratify the Fourteenth AmendmentC.required military officials to register black adult males to voteD.required ratification of the new state constitutions by only a majority of those voting rather than those who were registered14. The elections of 1876 saw:15. By the late 1890s, a significantly smaller portion of southern blacks was allowed to vote than in the late 1860s.
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  • Abraham Lincoln, Reconstruction, American Civil War, Ulysses S. Grant, Reconstruction era of the United States, southern states, President Andrew Johnson

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