The End of Reconstruction. SS8H7 The student will evaluate key political, social, and economic changes that occurred in Georgia between 1877 and 1918
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The End of Reconstruction
The student will evaluate key political, social, and economic changes that occurred in Georgia between 1877 and 1918
Evaluate the impact the Bourbon Triumvirate, Henry Grady, International Cotton Exposition, Tom Watson and the Populists, Rebecca Latimer Felton, the 1906 Atlanta Riot, the Leo Frank Case, and the county unit system had on GA during this period.
Analyze how rights were denied to African-Americans through Jim Crow laws, Plessy v. Ferguson, disenfranchisement, and racial violence.
Explain the roles of Booker T. Washington, W. E. B. DuBois, John and Lugenia Burns Hope, and Alonzo Herndon.
Explain reasons for World War I and describe Georgia’s contributions.
Headed the Tuskegee Institute. Believed in accommodationism. Encouraged Blacks to embrace domestic jobs (i.e. agriculture, mechanics, etc.). Believed progress should be gradual. Believed in shared responsibilities for Whites and Blacks in improving social and economic relations. Gave the Atlanta Compromise speech.
A professor at Atlanta University. Disagreed with accommodationism. Thought Blacks should fights for total social equality. Founded the Niagra Movement which sought to end discrimination and segregation. A prominent leader/member of the NAACP.
Both were civil rights activists who fought to educate African Americans and advance African American rights. Both were prominent educators at major universities.
Booker T. Washington
W.E.B Du Bois