The Strange Career of Jim Crow Character Descriptions

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Southern Conservatives

This is a group of middle and upper-class white people whose influence began to be felt near the end of the first Reconstruction.

Populist Movement

This movement was nationwide in the late 1800's, primarily in support of the common man and specifically the small farmer and laborer.

Uncle Tom

This character was originally taken from a famous Harriett Beecher Stowe novel.

Orval Faubus

This is a powerful governor of Arkansas during the 1950's.

George Wallace

This man was elected as Governor of Alabama in 1962.

Martin Luther King

This is a major figure in the civil rights movement of the 1950's and 1960's.

Thomas Dixon

Famous author during Redemption and after, this individual writes romance novels that typify the Negro in a newly-degrading manner.

Tom Watson

This is the most well-nown leader of the Southern Populist Party.

Negrophiles

This term was born in the years following Redemption...

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