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Why did southerners in general detest the carpetbag governments? When the last federal troops left in 1877 and the carpetbag governments collapsed, a period of reaction set in. ” (“Jim Crow” was a for help. They were too focused on such issues as industrialization and the end of the frontier to be concerned about blacks and their problems. Exslaves were left to fend for themselves in the face of the harsh Jim Crow laws. They could also be seen at the entrances and exits to theaters, boarding houses, and public buildings.
His family moved to West Virginia, where, as a youth, he worked in the salt furnaces and coal mines. He taught himself how to read and Review and Write 1. Why was Hampton Institute founded in 1868? 2. Washington feel African Americans could best help themselves? 3. What did the curriculum at Tuskegee Institute focus on? MP3476 American Black History 43 © Milliken Publishing Company W. E. B. Washington’s approach to solving the problems of black people, none was more vocal than W. E. B. Du Bois.
When the United States entered World War I in April 1917,African Americans volunteered in such numbers that the War Department (now a part of the Department of Defense) stopped accepting them after the first week. Of the 365,000 who either volunteered or were drafted, more than 200,000 served in Europe. Before departing for France, however, they were abused and discriminated against while undergoing training. Review and Write 1. What did African-American soldiers returning home from World War I hope to attain?
American Black History by Walter Hazen