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How did slave codes follow blacks into freedom (Reconstruction Era) and then Jim Crow?

How did slave codes follow blacks into freedom (Reconstruction Era) and then Jim Crow?

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The Black codes Freedom of the blacks was limited as it was followed by the Black codes. The Black codes were restrictive... View the full answer

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  • correction :The Black codes were restrictive laws that limited the freedom of the blacks to ensure their availability for cheap labor even after the abolishment of slavery. In the earliest years of Reconstruction era, Mississippi and South Carolina passed the first Black codes which required African Americans to have a written evidence of employment in Whiteman farms
    • ProfMaximiliano
    • Nov 03, 2018 at 3:26am

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