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Communauté africaine-américaines : éducation, progrès social et limites de l'action de l'État fédéral aux États-Unis de 1863 à 1903

Abstract : This thesis retraces the problem of the multiple integration of the African-American community into the great American society following the abolition of slavery in the United States in 1863 by President Abraham Lincoln. Emancipation formalized by the US Congress in 1865 after the end of the American Civil War (1861-1865), the country entered a historical era called Reconstruction. In fact, Reconstruction policy implied not only the reconstruction of the Southern States which had been ruined by this civil war, but also the interracial and social integration of the four million new freed people in the US "Melting-Pot". But faced with the opposition of the Southern whites, the part of the policy that concerned the Blacks had a mixed result or even a failure.
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Widely Noreus. Communauté africaine-américaines : éducation, progrès social et limites de l'action de l'État fédéral aux États-Unis de 1863 à 1903. Histoire. 2016. ⟨dumas-01715668⟩

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