Origin of the Jim Crow Laws in the Southern States

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I NEED THIS PAPER EMAILED IN A MS WORD FORMAT SO IF I NEED TO MAKE ANY CHANGES I CAN AT THE LAST MINUTE. MY PAPER IS DUE IN EXACTLY 10 ON SEPT 11, 2011 SO I NEED TO SUBMIT ON TIME PLEASE. RESEARCH PAPER MUST INCLUDED A COVER PAGE W/MY NAME, COURSE NUMBER- HIST222(AFRICAN AMERICAN HISTORY AFTER 1877), INSTRUCTOR NAME- LYNN MARLOWE, AND DATE. ALSO NEED A BIBLIOGRAPHY PAGE AT THE END OF THE PAPER. PAPER SHOULD ALSO INCLUDE FOOTNOTES, BIBLIOGRAPHY, FIVE SOURCES, AND ONE PRIMARY SOURCE CHICAGO STYLE PAPER. OUTLINE TO FOLLOW: I. ARGUMENTS: a. ORIGIN OF JIM CROW LAW i. RECONSTRUCTION PERIOD 1865-1877 ii. MISSISSIPPI AND NEW RECONSTRUCTION AND DISENFRANCHISEMENT iii. WHITE SUPREMACY CAMPAIGNS b. RACISM AND DEFENDING THE LAW i. BLACK CODES WHICH RESTRICTED CIVIL RIGHTS ii. LOCAL AND SUPREME COURTS iii. IDA WELLS AND PLESSY V. FERGUSON c. END OF SEGREGATION i. END OF JIM CROW ii. CIVIL RIGHTS ACT OF 1964
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The Jim Crow was a racial cast system that operated mostly in the southern states of the United States in the 1877 and the mid 1960s. According Ronald the term is believed to have originated around 1830 when a white by the name Thomas Daddy Rice blackened his face with charcoal paste and danced a ridiculous jig while singing the lyrics tom the song ???Jump Jim crow??? (Jude, 2001). Rice then included the skit into his minstrel act, after which the Jim Crow character had become a standard part of the minstrel show scene in America. The Jim Crow grew to become one of the many stereotypical images of black inferiority in the popular culture of the day. In addition, the term grew to become the racial slur synonymous with black, colored or Negro in the white vocabulary. In fact by the end of the nineteenth century racial discrimination acts towards blacks were frequently referred to as Jim Crow Laws and practices.[The Jim crow had became a common term for black inferiority] Reconstruction The federal laws gave civil rights protection to the freed slaves in the southern states in the period of 1865 to 1877
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