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The Rise of segregation

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Chad Callahan

on 3 March 2016

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The Rise of Segregation
By: Chad, Cody and Ivory
*These were mainly blacks that were newly free slaves that stayed in the south cause they couldn't go anywhere.

* They were landless farmers that had to give over a large amount of their crop to their landlord to cover the cost of tools seeds and rent.

*Most of the time they did not have enough for them selves.

*Though blacks were free they still had almost no rights.

*The whites believed they were greater and often pushed the blacks down.
The Imperialist Virsoin
-Commander Perry led a naval expedition to Japan to force the nation to reopen its ports and started trading with the US including the rest of the world.
A policy in which a strong nation seeks to dominate other countries politically, socially, and economically--Kind of Like a Bully is called Imperialism

And Imperialism
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