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Unit Six Documents: Pursuing Citizenship, Justice, and Equality

"Jury of whites and blacks," The operations of the registration laws and Negro [suffr]age in the South, 1867, engraving by James E. Taylor, <em>Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper</em>, courtesy of Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division.

"Jury of whites and blacks," The operations of the registration laws and Negro [suffr]age in the South, 1867, engraving by James E. Taylor, Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, courtesy of Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division.

Unit Six: Pursuing Citizenship, Justice, and Equality outlines the struggle to obtain equality on the local and national level for freed people following emancipation. The Unit Six educational documents listed on the left feature excerpts of various primary source documents and first hand accounts that provide in depth insights into these emerging civil rights struggles in various North and South Carolina contexts.