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Important Amendments


Recognize the rights established by the 13th, 14th, 15th and 19th amendments. 5.4.3

Links verified 9/17/2014

  1. 14th Amendment - defined and explained
  2. Background of the 15th Amendment
  3. Black Voting Rights - creation of the 15th amendment
  4. Citizenship, Due Process, and Equal Protection - creation of the 14th amendment
  5. The End of Slavery - creation of the 13th amendment
  6. Women's Fight for the Vote: The Nineteenth Amendment

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