Progression of African Americans

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When the American Civil War ended, all the enslaved African Americans obtained freedom from slavery. From then they were able to live their life in the land of the free. Unfortunately, African American’s didn’t really benefit from being set free. It was almost as though they were set free from slavery, but not set free from disrespect and were not given the same rights as other American citizens.

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Progression of African AmericansQuinton Le JeuneHIS 204: American History Since 1865Instructor MurphyApril 6, 2014Progression of African AmericansWhen the American Civil War ended, all the enslaved African Americans obtained freedom from slavery. From then they were able to live their life in the land of the free. Unfortunately, African American's didn't really benefit from being set free. It was almost as though they were set free from slavery, but not set free from disrespect and were not given the same rights as other American citizens. In this assignment, I will discuss some of the progressions of African Americans from 1865 to our present day. Davidson, J. W., & Gienapp, W. E. (2008). Nations of nations: A narrative history of the American Republic (6th ed., Vol. 2). Boston: McGraw Hill. ISBN: 9780077279905. This text is a review of the American Republic and documents historical events of American culture and American government from 1865 through present time. African immigration to America first started between the 16th and 17th century. During that time, African American's experienced slavery which consisted of clearing new land and growing crops to enhance and establish colonization. Many enslaved African Americans were transported over the Atlantic to do just that. It was very beneficial to landowners if they had more African Americans tending to their crops. The labor of the Africans became very economic. The more skilled an African was, the more they w

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