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A very large farm.
A person who fought to end slavery.
President of the Confederacy (the South) during the Civil War.
United States President during the Civil War. He wrote the Emancipation Proclamation and worked to reconstruct the country after the war.
The North’s strategy during the Civil War to cut off supplies from the South by blocking their trade.
A law requiring men to register for military service.
Money owed after a war.
An above-ground series of escape routes for slaves traveling from the South to the North to gain their freedom.
People who led runaway slaves to freedom on the Underground Railroad.
A former slave, she made over 19 journeys from the South to the North helping slaves escape.
Songs sung by slaves and members of the Underground Railroad to encourage hope, defy slave-masters, and send secret messages.
The time period when the United States was rebuilt after the Civil War.
A newly free slave.
An office established in 1865 by Congress to help former black slaves and poor whites in the South after the Civil War.
Lincoln's plan for Reconstruction, which stated that a southern state could rejoin the United States once 10 percent of its voters swore an oath of loyalty to the Union.
An official pardon for people who have been convicted of political crimes.
Laws passed by Southern states in 1865 and 1866, after the Civil War, that restricted African Americans' freedoms and opportunities (such as jobs and education)
Acts passed by the Radical Republicans (who took charge of Reconstruction) that put strict requirements in place if a southern state wanted to rejoin the Union.
Republicans who favored drastic and sometimes harsh measures against the southern states in the period following the Civil War.
To charge a politician with misconduct or crimes.
A person from the northern states who went to the South after the Civil War to profit from the Reconstruction.
A secret society of white Southerners in the United States; used threats and violence to suppress black people.
A farmer who rents a piece of land from the owner and pays him back with a portion of the crop he harvests.
A tax that had to be paid every time a person voted. Poll taxes were used after the Civil War to prevent free blacks, who often could not afford to pay them, from voting.
A test of someone’s ability to read and write that had to be passed before voting; used to keep freedmen and the poor from voting.
A law that stated that if your grandfather was allowed to vote (as of 1867), then you can vote, too, without having to pass a literacy test.
Legal separation of races (for example, in schools, bathrooms, or trains)
Racial segregation laws enacted between 1876 and 1965 in certain U.S. states; greatly restricted the rights and opportunities for free black citizens.
Reconstruction Take notes on the following slides. You will need to copy the text in red.
America: Pathways to the Present Chapter 12 Reconstruction (1865–1877) Copyright © 2005 by Pearson Education, Inc., publishing as Prentice Hall, Upper.
Emancipation Proclamation: Document that frees the slaves in the south only.
Section 1-5 Click the mouse button or press the Space Bar to display the information. Reconstruction Debate Americans faced many difficult issues over.
IMPACT OF RECONSTRUCTION ON GEORGIA SS8H6c Reconstruction- The process the U. S. government used to readmit the Confederate states to the Union after.
The Rise of Segregation Resistance and Repression After Reconstruction many African Americans in the rural South lived in conditions that were little.
Chapter 4. Study Guide Sherry Woods, Caywood Elementary School Lexington, TN.
The Civil War Chapter 6. Lesson 1-Breaking Away from the Union The Union is another name for the United States. People in the North and South disagreed.
PlansFreedmenJohnsonLimiting RtsConstitution Miscellaneous Final Final Jeopardy.
Warm up THE PERIOD AFTER THE CIVIL WAR (FROM ) IS KNOWN AS RECONSTRUCTION. KNOWING WHAT YOU HAVE LEARNED ABOUT THE CIVIL WAR, WHAT DO YOU THINK.
Chapter 22 The Ordeal of Reconstruction
Why? Congress enacted this plan for two reasons South needed rebuilt after the war Sherman’s March Needed a way for Confederate states to.
Reconstruction Ch. 12 notes 1) By 1865 large areas of the former Confederacy lay in ruins. A traveler on a railroad journey through the South described.
Lincoln, Johnson and Congress Chap 12 Then the nation begins to focus on how to rebuild nation.Then the nation begins to focus on how to rebuild nation.
Chapter 12 Reconstruction /3 of all wealth in Confederate states gone (much in the value of former slaves, $3 Billion) 40-50% of all.
CH 12 Reconstruction Journal Entry – Tues. Feb 16 Read An American Story on page 386. What would life be like to be a freed slave during.
So the civil war is over…. NOW WHAT??? The Reconstruction After The Civil War
RECONSTRUCTION Period of time between 1865 and 1876 which was an attempt to mend the rift between the North and the South Goal 3 Part VI.
4 d Reconstruction Standard 4 (d). Reconstruction USHC-4.4 Summarize the effects of Reconstruction on the southern states and the roles of the Thirteenth,
U.S. History Unit 5 Notes Slavery, Secession, and Civil War.
Lincoln, Johnson and Congress Chap 12 Lee Surrendered at Appomattox Courthouse This ends the war.This ends the war. Then the nation begins to focus on.
RECONSTRUCTION. THE BASICS – WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT RECONSTRUCTION What economic, social, and political reconstruction were The role of the Freedmen’s.
Reconstruction. Lincolns Purpose for Reconstruction To restore and rebuild the south To reunite the country To pardon those who seceded from the Union.
The Rumblings of War Comparing the North and the South Thoughts of War Military Strategy.
The U.S. purchased Louisiana in Congress had to decide if states being made from this territory would be free or slave. Missouri applied to.
US History Review Articles of Confederation and the Constitution Ms. Eraqi.
Launch List 1. Where was the first shot fired of the civil war? 2. Where did the surrender take place? 3. Who took over for Lincoln as President?
© 2005 Clairmont Press Georgia and the American Experience Chapter 9: Reconstruction and the New South Study Presentation.
Territorial Expansion Manifest Destiny….. expansion was across the country was a God given right. Mexican Cession California Gold Rush…settled the state.
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