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Washington. Washington had inherited Frederick Douglass’ position as undisputed African American leader. B. Du Bois (see page 55) led to her marginalisation in the Council. Edged out of national organisations, Wells concentrated on the local community, until in 1909 she was one of the founding committee members of a new, national organisation, the whitedominated NAACP. As always, she soon became disillusioned and fell out with her colleagues, one of whom said of her, ‘She was a great ﬁghter, but we knew she had to play a lone hand’.
Key question The Civil War, Reconstruction and Jim Crow 1861–1900 | 25 Summary diagram: Starting Reconstruction 1865: First Reconstruction President Johnson = + Traditional Southern élite Reconstruction Confederate style 1866: Second Reconstruction Congress rejected Reconstruction Confederate style Key questions How did Reconstruction affect blacks? Did the Civil War and Reconstruction bring economic equality for blacks? Key term Did Reconstruction bring political equality for blacks? Sharecropper A white landowner provided the land, seed, tools and orders, while a black worker (the sharecropper) provided the labour.
The Civil War, Reconstruction and Jim Crow 1861–1900 | 33 Key question How did Southern blacks respond to their deteriorating situation after 1877? 5 | Blacks’ Response to Their Deteriorating Situation Many blacks never gave up hoping for equality, even as their freedoms were eroded. The black response to the deterioration of their situation varied. Key date Response 1: co-operation North Carolina ‘experiment in biracial democracy’: 1894–8 Blacks responded positively on the rare occasions when white politicians offered co-operation and hope.
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