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Jim Crow was a person in a play that would make fun of African-Americans

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Where does the term Jim crow come from?

the term jim crow came from the southern plantations and the women that were raped. They were sad so they named the time period jim crow.


After the year 1900 what did the term Jim crow become identified?

The term "Jim crow" was identified as segregation.


Where the term Jim crow originate from?

The term 'Jim Crow' originated around 1830, when Thomas Rice incorporated a tune with the lyrics, Jump Jim Crow, into his minstrel act.


Where did the term Jim Crow originate from?

The term 'Jim Crow' originated around 1830, when Thomas Rice incorporated a tune with the lyrics, Jump Jim Crow, into his minstrel act.


After the year 1900 what did the term Jim Crow become identified with?

After the year 1900 what did the term Jim Crow become identified with racial segregation.


The term Jim Crow most likely came from?

a song and dance routine called Jump Jim Crow


When and why did the Jim Crow system come about?

Jim Crow was named after a song/dance ridiculing the black man..........................................................................................................................


What does the term Jim crow refer to?

Jim Crow was a slave who was severely punished in the 19th century. The Jim Crow laws refer to laws that purposefully discriminated black people.


What did the term Jim crow become identified with?

Civil rights


Was Jim crow a person?

Jim Crow was not a real person. The term came from a song and dance in 1828 called Jump Jim Crow. There was a fictional character called Jim Crow who was a handicapped slave. It was first performed by a White comedian named Thomas Dartmouth, AKA "Daddy" Rice. The popular expression "to jump Jim Crow" meant to play up negative stereotypes of African-Americans or to act like a minstrel singer. By the time the "Jim Crow" laws came around, the term "Jim Crow" was a racial slur.


What is the origin of the term Jim crow?

The term 'Jim Crow,' came from a performance by white minstrel performer known as Thomas Rice, who would blacken his face, as was the custom, and dance while chanting 'Jump Jim Crow. Rice allegedly learned this song from a black person.


How did Jim Crow die?

Jim Crow was not an actual person. It was the system in the southern United States that kept African Americans from being fully invested as American citizens. Jim Crow was a derisive term for a black man.

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