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Chapter 17 Packet Answers

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Transcript of Chapter 17 Packet Answers

Packet Answers African Americans had new

rights to vote, and almost

always voted together ex-Confederates could hold

office, Grant's presidency, the

panic of 1873, Compromise of

1877 Old South used agriculture and cotton

New South used industry and manufacturing They both made the South ban

slavery Thirteenth Amendment To prevent them from voting, they still thought of African Americans as beneath them, they might be afraid that African Americans would take their jobs. Some leaders in the South were

former Confederates To greatly limit the freedoms of

African Americans The South was returning to its old ways

by enacting black codes and taking

away the rights of African Americans. He didn't believe Congress should

pass laws until Southern states were

represented Women, Native Americans Reconstruction Jim Crow Laws sharecropping poll taxes segregation Ku Klux Klan Redeemers Black Codes A way to re-enter the Union Their freedoms were very limited society and culture economics politics Section 1 Section 3 Section 2 Chapter Review Packet Questions Challenge Activities Ten Percent Plan, which required that 10 percent of voters in a state pledge loyalty to the United States before that state could rejoin the Union the amendment that made slavery illegal throughout the United States Lincoln was shot because the South was about to lose the war. John Wilkes Booth shot him in hopes of giving the Confederates a chance to win a journalist who helped reintegrate the states of the former Confederacy into the Union after the American Civil War Jim Crow laws enforced segregation With Compromise of 1877 Federal Troops were removed from the South The Ku Klux Klan used violence to intimidate African Americans and try to keep them from voting Many local government workers were also Klan members Hiram Revels, the first African American Senator guaranteed suffrage, or voting rights, to African American men Radical Republicans in Congress disagreed with how Johnson was handling Reconstruction. They impeached him because he fired his secretary of war without Senate approval It guaranteed equal protection under the law. This helped (somewhat) protect African Americans from laws limiting their new freedom act, or law, giving African Americans the same legal rights as whites because the south was returning to its old ways southern laws that greatly limited the freedom of African Americans Johnson's plan included a way to restructure southern state governments. It allowed Confederate leaders to hold state offices built schools for newly freed slaves
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