The effects of reconstrution on freedman
Effect of Reconstruction
A)<Tab/> <Tab/>Reconstruction had an enormous effect on the freedmen and the society they were forced to live in. While reconstruction protected some civil rights for the African Americans it did nothing to help the social inadequacies and the economy. The ex-slaves were left with practically nothing, including land. They were not allowed to own guns or knives and if they were found carrying either, punishment was instilled upon them. They were given the right to marry, but only within their own…
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- The effects of reconstrution on freedman
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