Though it granted blacks and naturalized citizenship, the __________ did not enumerate specific rights.

Courts in Georgia, North Carolina, and Tennessee ruled that sharecroppers' crops belonged to the land owner, taking away the farmers' __________.

During the 1870s, the __________ attacked and intimidated blacks across the South in a successful effort to reduce their political power.

Women's suffrage advocates were outraged because the __________ did not grant the vote to women.

Johnson vetoed a bill to extend the __________ for a year, but Congress overrode his veto.

The __________ included bans on interracial marriage and blacks' access to the judicial system.

In 1865, the unfolding drama of the __________ led white Southerners to worry that a similar uprising might occur in the United States if they did not gain more control over the freed people.

Blacks saw __________ as a means to gain a better job and be able to read the Bible.

The __________ extended the Emancipation Proclamation and made it a part of the Constitution.

Strikes and organizations by sugar workers over the conditions and terms of their employment set the stage for broader organizing by the __________.

The __________ provided 160 acres of free land in the West to anyone who made improvements on it for five years.

In some cases, more cooperation between husbands and wives replaced __________ after the Civil War.