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de jure
based on laws, slavery is in place legally (before the C.W.)
de facto
based on circumstances; reality of black man's conditions after the C.W.
Vagrancy laws
black man could be arrested for not working, can go to jail or can work off punishment for free for a shorter time period
Booker T. Washington
first real black leader, insisted that people needed to learn a trade so that they could make themselves essential to community; founded Tuskeegee Institute
W.E.B. Dubois
important black leader who claimed that the path to success was to get an honest education like the white kids; founded the NAACP
Congressional/Military reconstruction
states divided into 5 thing-ys and controlled by a Union general until 50% take the oath and all that stuff—officially put in place in 1867