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3. What does Exoduster mean? The people of the migration of African-Americans to Kansas during the Reconstruction era of American history
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6. It is not strange that Kansas — the state where the great conflict began that ended in the liberation of the slaves — should be the goal of many of the “Exodusters.” The Kansas Monthly for April 1879, referred to the movement as a “stampede of the colored people of the Southern states northward, and especially to the State of Kansas,” and gave an account of a meeting held at
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11. My ancestors left the South for the Midwest in the 1870s-1880s during the Exoduster movement
12. Exoduster (plural Exodusters) Any of the African-Americans who migrated to Kansas during the Reconstruction era of American history
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13. Exoduster (not comparable) Relating to the migration of African-Americans to Kansas during the Reconstruction era of American history
14. The Exodus slowed in the 1880s and, by 1900, the population of many of the rural Exoduster towns and settlements began to decline
15. The Exodusters Rutherford Hayes was the 19th American President who served in office from March 4, 1877 to March 4, 1881
16. One of the important events during his presidency was the mass migration of the Exodusters from the southern states to Kansas.
17. Add to Calendar 2021-03-25 12:30:00 2021-03-20 07:36:17 Exoduster Entrepreneurs: Creating Black Business Communities in the West This presentation will examine the historical creation of Black business communities in the context of the Exoduster movement, the first major migration of African Americans out of the southern and border states
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18. The Exodusters initially included thousands of Black
19. A Sharecropper Explains Why He Joined the Exodusters
20. Lewis and his family were among thousands of African Americans known as "Exodusters" who escaped the harsh economic and racial realties of the Reconstruction South.
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22. Entry: Exodusters Author: Kansas Historical Society Author information: The Kansas Historical Society is a state agency charged with actively safeguarding and sharing the state's history
23. Exoduster MIGRATION The Exoduster migration, also known as the Great Exodus, was the first major migration of former slaves in the South to the North and West
24. The impact of the Exoduster migration on subsequent white treatment of African Americans was mixed
25. WikiMatrix The all-black town of Nicodemus, Kansas, which was founded in 1877, was an organized settlement that predates the Exodusters but is often associated with them.
26. Exodusters were African American homesteaders who moved westward during the last decades of the nineteenth century to settle the Great Plains.After federal troops withdrew from the South in 1877 at the end of the twelve-year period of Reconstruction (1865 – 1877), civil rights for African Americans began to erode
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28. What does Exodusters mean? Plural form of Exoduster
29. The Exoduster movement involved the movement of approximately 6,000 southern blacks from the South to Kansas starting around 1876 and peaking in 1879
30. The Exodus of 1879 (also known as the Kansas Exodus and the Exoduster Movement) refers to the mass movement of African Americans from states along the Mississippi River to Kansas in the late nineteenth century, and was the first general migration of blacks following the Civil War.
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32. He was an ex-slave who walked from Kentucky to Kansas with 90 cents in his pocket during the "Exoduster Movement." He settled in Edwardsville, Kansas, where he accumulated over 2,500 acres of land, and built a 25-room mansion with a ballroom on the top floor which doubled as a skating rink for his children.
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33. Other articles where Exoduster Movement is discussed: Homestead Act of 1862: …as a part of the Exoduster Movement—the name given to the migration or “exodus” of African Americans from the South to escape Jim Crow oppression
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35. By the end of 1880, the Exoduster movement had finally slowed dramatically as word spread that Kansas was not the haven that rumors had indicated
36. The largest community of Exodusters was in Nicodemus, Kansas
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38. In the late 1870s, he became a strong supporter of the Exoduster movement
39. The Kansas Freedman's Aid Society raised some $ 70, 000 in support of Exoduster migration and settlement, $ 13, 000 of which came from England
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41. Exoduster letters Posted by Michael Church (Senior Archivist for Collections) on Dec 7, 2007 In 1879 and 1880, freedmen (former slaves) from the South sent Kansas Governor John St
42. John around 1,000 letters seeking information on a possible migration to Kansas; a migration generally known as the Exoduster movement.
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44. The Exoduster movement faded as quickly as it began, lasting only from 1879 to 1880, leaving its charming moniker blowing in the wind
45. For many Exodusters, the “promised land” of Kansas proved more punishing than they had hoped; the land was difficult to cultivate, and building homes and businesses with few resources proved challenging
46. The Exodus slowed in the 1880s and, by 1900, the population of many of the rural Exoduster towns and settlements began to decline.
47. Though its members were legally free people, the Exoduster movement came into being because the truth was less certain
48. “Many of those who became Exodusters had been enslaved only 15 years prior to their migration to Putnam County,” Marshall says
49. Plural of Exoduster Definition from Wiktionary, the free dictionary
50. During the Exoduster movement, St