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Difficulties Following the Abolition of Slavery
A discussion on the difficulties faced by African Americans after abolition.
# 133438 | 750 words | 2 sources | MLA | 2007 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2007 in African-American Studies (1870-1950)


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The paper relates that in the years following the abolition of slavery, the lives of African Americans, particularly in the American South, were not cleared of the hardships and tribulations which had filled them for the decades before. The paper reveals that in many ways, these people who had for so long been treated as almost subhuman were now mistreated just as badly as before. Using two primary documents, this paper details the difficulties that African Americans still faced after abolition.

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"In the years following the abolition of slavery, the lives of African Americans, particularly in the American South, were not cleared of the hardships and tribulations which had filled them for the decades before. In many ways, these people who had for so long been treated as almost subhuman were now mistreated just as badly as before. Using two primary documents, "When We Worked on Shares, We Couldn't Make Nothing" by Henry Blake and "Ku Klux Klan Violence in Georgia, 1871" by Maria Carter, this paper will detail the difficulties that African Americans still faced after abolition, looking especially closely at the relationships between..."

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