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