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Amendment

a change to an official document.
100

Emancipation Proclamation

 the piece of legislation that freed the slaves made by Abe lincoln

100

Quarter

To house a soldier

100

Segregation

the purposeful separation of blacks and whites in during the Jim Crow Era.

100

Protest

To express an objection to what someone has said or done.

200

Assassinate

To Kill someone of note

200

Andrew Johnson

the president that came after Abe Lincoln was assassinated.

200

MinuteMan

Boston, MA militia men who were ready to fight at a moment's notice. 

200

Black Codes

laws that were purposefully discriminating against Blacks in the South

200

Repeal

 To change/ to change a law 

300

Strategy

a plan towards a goal

300

Prejudice

an unfair feeling of dislike for members of certain groups because of their feelings background race, and religion.

300

Imperial Policy

laws/taxes/rules given by the British empire to upkeep the homeland

300

Interracial

the act of mixing relationships.
300

Congress

a meeting to talk about something

400

Emancipate

to free/ to free someone from slavery

400

Acquit

to be found not guilty in a trial.

400

Representation

the act of standing up for someone or a group

400

Miscegenation

sexual relationships or reproduction between people of different ethnic groups, especially when one of them is white.

400

Boycott

to refuse to buy a good or service.

500

Treason

the act of betraying one's own country.

500

Freedmen

a person who was freed from slavery

500

Monopoly

when a group or a person has complete control over a specific product.

500

Undermine

to weaken

500

Free State

a state that did not allow slavery in the Civil war era

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