[2015] Joselyn Huss (7th LA Core 3): The History of the Ku Klux Klan

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[2015] Joselyn Huss (7th LA Core 3): The History of the Ku Klux Klan

The Ku Klux Klan

The KKK's Emblem

The KKK Video:

* The KKK was formed in Pulaski, Tennesse by six confederate war veterans, also Nathan Bedford Forrest. Their goal was to find and kill any African American that was a Republican or any black person at all. This is what scared the black people of the comnities.They dressed as they did (they wore a white robe, white pointed hat, and mask) because they felt they needed to be disguesed. But the KKK soon feel out and it wasn't heard from again ( this happened in 1870) until around the mid 1920's when the movie "The Birth of a Nation" came out and was largly credited for the revival of the KKK. During this time was when the KKK had the most power and members, around 4-5 million, and largly influenced many things of this time period.

Important Facts:* The KKK was an organization that was origanally formed in the 1860's to be a social group be soon gained power and members and headed towards a different goal. The goal of destroying the Reconstruction which they achieved by killing any African American.

Sources:The history of the KKKThe KKKKKK todayLearn about the KKKThe KKK- events in history

Nathan Bedford Forrest

This is a picture of a movie poster that is largly creditedfor the revival of the KKK.

These are photos of some members of the KKK marching in a parade.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i3jK02cwDwY

Qoutes:"Take a stand, join the Klan."“Do you accept the light?”* A secret U.S. terrorist organization, the Ku Klux Klan led underground resistance against the civil rights and political power of newly freed black slaves during the Reconstruction period after the American Civil War. The Klan’s goal was to reestablish the dominance of the prewar plantation aristocracy. It was revived in an altered form in the 20th century.

* The KKK still is going on today but with only around 5-6 thousand members and doesn't have any power at all.

This is a photo of some members of the KKK riding their horses in a parade.


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