anonymous
  • anonymous
What change was often seen in the physical arrangement of plantations after the Civil War? a) The land was divided into smaller plots with housing for sharecroppers. b) They increased in size and added more housing for slaves. c) Slave quarters were destroyed and all housing became concentrated near the main house. D) They were divided in half with half of the land being given to the former slaves. @photon336
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Photon336
  • Photon336
After the civil war so the key here is that the slaves weren't slaves anymore
Photon336
  • Photon336
I think it's C that makes the most sense
anonymous
  • anonymous
Together, the Black Codes and actions of white extremist groups A protected the rights of formerly enslaved people B inspired most people to accept the new ways of life C helped improve life in the Reconstruction-era South D circumvented rights in the Civil War Amendments @photon336

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