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What federal Relief agency was established to help the freed slaves in the South?

Question asked by: dangeriss

Asked on: 03 Sep 2008

Is the answer you are looking for something called the Freemans Bureau?

If that rings a bell just search for it on the net as there is lots of info about it, hope this helps and is the answer you are looking for!

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Replied at: 25 Sep 2008
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