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Chapter 9: Voting Behavior of the African American Electorate prior to the Fifteenth Amendment, 1788–1870
Chapter 9: Voting behavior of the African American electorate prior to the fifteenth amendment, 1788–1870

In Chapters 3 through 8, we have described and explained the legal right to vote in Colonial, Revolutionary, and Antebellum America, as well as examining the colonies and states that legally reversed these rights to vote. Then we have analyzed the states ...

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