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Chapter 7: The Reversal of African American Suffrage Rights prior to the Fifteenth Amendment, 1788–1870
Chapter 7: The reversal of African American suffrage rights prior to the fifteenth amendment, 1788–1870

A constant problem for the early African American electorate was the retention of their suffrage rights. During the Colonial, Revolutionary, and Antebellum periods African Americans saw the ballot extended to them, then denied to them, then given back to them, by colonies, states, and the ...

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