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Q: What was the only northern state in 1860 to allow black male suffrage and jury to service?
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What is black male suffrage?

The right of black males to vote.


Organizer of the national woman suffrage association?

The National American Woman Suffrage Association did not form until 1890. The NAWSA was a combination of two different suffragist groups. One was founded by Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony in 1869 and was called the National Woman Suffrage Association (NWSA). This suffragist organization had a more feminist agenda as Stanton and Anthony sought for a broad range of equal woman's rights in addition to the right for female voting. The other suffrage group was founded by Lucy Stone and Julia Ward Howe, amongst others, and was called the American Woman Suffrage Association (AWSA). This suffragist group focused more on women's right to vote. The main difference between these two suffragist groups was that the NWSA called for a FEDERAL constitutional amendment that would grant women the right to vote; and the AWSA called for STATE action. The AWSA recommended that women should seek federal support after the campaign for black male suffrage had been won. However, even after the 15th amendment (black suffrage) which passed in 1870, the Republican party did not care to support the cause of women's suffrage rights. For another twenty years residual tension kept the two organizations apart until 1890 when the two united finally and renamed the organization the National American Woman Suffrage Association (NAWSA) in 1890.


Who funded Gavrilo Princip's activities?

It has often been claimed that the Black Hand terrorist organization was financed by the Serbian secret service.


What led to the adoption of the 15th amendment?

Following the civil war Radical Republicans in Congress introduced a series of laws and amendments to secure civil and political rights for former slaves. In 1867 Congress passed a law requiring the former confederate states to include black male suffrage in their new state constitutions. Even though African American men began voting in the south after 1867, but the majority of northern states denied them this basic right. In 1869 the Republicans were ready to introduce the 15th amendment and in February of 1869 Congress approved the amendment.


The African American population of cities in the northern states increased during the American revolution?

increases great migration

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What were the limitations of the 15th amendment?

Although the Fifteenth Amendment demanded all southern states set the platform for black male suffrage. Most northern states did not allow black men to vote. Republicans, hoped to increase their political advantage over Democrats by pushed for Northern Black male suffrage. However, this was not a popular topic in the North. In addition, the Amendmentâ??s passage in the South gave way to terrorist groups like the Ku Klux Klan who intimidated black male voters, effectively keeping them from voting.


What is black male suffrage?

The right of black males to vote.


Did the Emancipation Proclamation support black suffrage?

Yes. It did


What impact did Ida B. Wells have on the civil rights movement in the late 1800s?

she started the first black women's suffrage organization.


How did activist Ida Wells Barnett contribute to the women's suffrage and civil rights movements?

She started the first black women's suffrage organization.


What year was black male suffrage passed?

1870 in the 15th amendment


Why did the suffrage amendment not allow blacks to vote?

If you're talking about the 19th amendment, it's because black (men) already had it. If you're talking about the 15th amendment, it explicitly forbid discrimination based on race at the polls. However, just because it was forbidden doesn't mean it didn't happen.


Who attempted to increase black suffrage but was infective?

the civil act right of 1959


What was reaction to the lack of Black suffrage in the laws of Louisiana by President Lincoln?

US President Lincoln was disappointed by Louisiana's failure to enact Black suffrage and had hoped that at least very intelligent freedmen would receive the right to vote.


What nationalities have green eyes?

Northern Europe and areas around the Black Sea.


Does black currant originated from Tibet?

No, it is native to central and northern Europe and northern Asia.


Do you find black racer snakes in Maine?

Yes the Northern Black Racer