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HIST 1116 - The Strange Career of Jim Crow Chapters 1-3 Guide

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Test 1 had a question on The Strange Career of Jim Crow. This is a guideline with big ideas and page numbers of some important parts of the book and how they relate to the big ideas for the first 3...
History of the United States 2
Dr. Dennis Halpin
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HIST  1116             STRANGE  CAREER  OF  JIM  CROW     CHAPTERS  1-­‐3                                               Please  note  that  this  is  a  guideline  with  big  ideas  and  page  numbers  of  some  important  parts  of   the  book  and  how  they  relate  to  the  big  ideas.             HIST  1116   Big  Ideas:   1.   How  African  Americans  were  treated.   2.   How  where  you  lived  affected  political  party  views.   3.   How  things  became  segregated.   4.   Supreme  Court  cases.   5.   Mullato  population  not  that  uncommon  in  urban  areas  and  how  it  changed.   6.   More  segregated  by  end  of  first  three  chapters  than  in  1865.   7.   Not  by  law  but  by  custom  segregation  started  in  the  North.   8.   Jim  Crow  was  U.S.  not  just  South  problem.   9.   Jim  Crow  was  a  creation,  not  inherited.   10.  North:  Segregation  by  custom.  Supreme  Court  had  mostly  northerners  in  it.  Retreat   from  reconstruction.  Push  for  reconciliation  with  the  South.    All  (pages):  29,  35,  37,  39,  74,  90,  96,  97,  106     51-­‐  best  people  of  south  do  not  demand  separate  car  business…  this  whole  thing  is  but  a   pandering  to  the  lower  instincts  if  the  worst  class  of  whites  in  the  South.   57-­‐59-­‐  talks  about  how  black  votes  were  courted.   62-­‐  Populists  try  to  get  AFRICAN  AMERICAN  vote  and  talk  about  uniting  of  lower  whites  and   blacks.   64-­‐  whites  and  blacks  together  in  greatest  sense.   72-­‐  North  government  try  to  protect  AFRICAN  AMERICAN  for  a  short  while  after  SC  1883  ruling   and  north  imitated  “Southern  Way”  in  practice.   75-­‐77-­‐  Democrats  suffer  moral  standing  blows  because  of  use  of  African  Americans.   78-­‐80-­‐  Democrats  actions  to  keep  power.   81-­‐  African  Americans  scapegoat  for  populist  party  collapse.  Also  10  important  here.     82-­‐  Not  just  north  and  south  reconciliation  but  white  and  white  south  reconciliation  here  used   African  Americans  as  a  uniting  factor  as  well.   82-­‐85-­‐  Actual  examples  of  how  it  became  segregated.  3  KEY.   96-­‐97-­‐  More  black  and  white  hatred  then  ever  before.    How  laws  were  created.  6  KEY.   106-­‐  Examples  of  segregation.  Difference  between  how  how  blacks  were  treated  earlier  and   then  in  the  time  of  segregation.  1,3,6,9.  6  KEY.     68,  72,  88,  90,  95,  103-­‐105  reasoning  for  segregation  and  questioning  it   examples  of  segregation:  99,  100,  101,  102  (key),  106-­‐107.   private  segregation  practices  more  prevalent  than  laws:  98,99,101,  102  (key)  


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