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The biggest most resounding accomplishments for blacks during reconstruction were the adoption of Constitutional Amendments. These amendments were the 13th, 14th and 15th. Respectively they gave blacks, in order, abolition of slavery; guarantee of citizenship to the United States and granting civil rights and the right to vote.

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Q: What was accomplished for blacks during reconstruction?
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