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The Movement of Negroes From North Carolina, 1876-1894

After Reconstruction, the movement of African-Americans out of southern states like North Carolina were the result of political and socio-economic pressures. Restrictions on civil rights, lack of wages, the operation of land tenure and the credit system, brought discontent that pushed for a mass migration out of North Carolina.
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