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Reconstruction Era

A Pictorial
by

Mr. Rudisin

on 24 May 2017

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Transcript of Reconstruction Era

Reconstruction Era
Constitutional Reforms
Freedmen
Sharecropping
Backlash
Black Codes
Corruption
Impeachment
Conclusion
Was Reconstruction a Success or Failure?
13th Amendment
14th Amendment
15th Amendment
Civil Rights Act of 1866
Education
Freedman's Bureau
Political Power
Ku Klux Klan
U.S. Grant
Carpetbaggers
PROS
CONS
Amendments
Freedman's Bureau
Corruption
Backlash
Compromise of 1877
Democratic Party
Panic of 1873
The Plans
Andrew Johnson
Abraham Lincoln
Radical Republicans
10% Plan
Presidential
Reconstruction
Congressional
Reconstruction
Thaddeus Stevens
http://www.alabamamoments.alabama.gov/sec28ps.html
REVIEW: Reconstruction Era
1) 13th Amendment
2) 14th Amendment
3) 15th Amendment
4) Ku Klux Klan
5) Panic of 1873
6) Freedmen's Bureau
7) Carpetbaggers
8) Thaddeus Stevens
9) Andrew Johnson
10) Rutherford B. Hayes
Birthright Citizenship
suffrage for all men
caused by R&Rs and banks

Northerners in the South
helped freed slaves after war
leader of Radical Republicans
1st President impeached

Compromise of 1877
abolished slavery
terrorist organization
& scalawags
Compromise in the House
1)
Rutherford B. Hayes (
R
)
= President
2) Federal Troops were removed from South.
3) Southern governments allowed
home rule
.
This was a contested election where the popular vote winner did not win in the Electoral College. There was widespread intimidation and fraud.
1864-65
1866-67
1867-77
* accept 13th Amendment
* 10% sign loyalty oath
* accept 13th Amendment
* Confederates allowed back
into state governments & Congress.
* South divided into Military districts
* Confederates rejected
* process for former states to
rejoin the Union.
For Confederate States to rejoin the Union
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