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The Agony of Reconstruction People Congressional Reconstruction Presidential Reconstruction Bills Acts, and Amendments Terms 100100100100100 200200200200200.

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3 The Agony of Reconstruction People Congressional Reconstruction Presidential Reconstruction Bills Acts, and Amendments Terms Final Jeopardy

4 This president was the first to be impeached. He survived senate removal by one vote. Andrew Johnson

5 This president was assassinated at the very beginning of reconstruction. Abraham Lincoln

6 This secretary of war was dismissed by President Johnson after Congress passed the Tenure of Office Act. The dismissal led to the impeachment of Johnson. Edwin Stanton

7 A political boss and head of Tammany Hall, he controlled the Democratic party in New York City. William (Boss) Tweed

8 Liberal Republican, Civil War general, he received only 165 electoral votes. Samuel J. Tilden, his opponent, won 184 of the 185 electoral votes needed to win. 20 electoral votes were disputed, and an electoral commission decided that was the winner - fraud was suspected. Rutherford B. Hayes

9 These acts placed the south under military occupation, divided the former Confederate states into five military districts, and increased requirements for gaining readmission to the Union. Reconstruction Acts of 1867

10 Congress impeached president Johnson after he violated which act? Tenure of Office Act (1866)

11 Created in March 1865, this agency provided food, shelter, and medical aid for those affected by the Civil War (Both African Americans and homeless whites.) Freedmen’s Bureau

12 1866 – This act passed by congress granted citizenship and the same rights enjoyed by white citizens to all male persons in the United States "without distinction of race or color, or previous condition of slavery or involuntary servitude." Civil Rights Act of 1866

13 Congress rejected presidential reconstruction, adopting a plan that was harsher on southern whites and more protective of who? Freed Blacks

14 Presidential pardons would be granted to most southerners who accepted what? The emancipation of slaves

15 A state government would be reestablished and accepted as legitimate by the president after what percent of the voters in that state took a loyalty oath? 10 percent

16 What could a southerner take that would allow them to be pardoned? An oath of allegiance

17 Lincoln’s lenient policy was designed to shorten the war and give added weight to which speech? Emancipation Proclamation

18 At first, many Republicans in Congress welcomed Johnson’s presidency because of his apparent hatred for which southern group? The planters

19 Enacted by radical Congress, it forbade the president from removing a federal officer or military commander without consent of the Senate. Tenure of Office Act

20 This bill proposed far more demanding and stringent terms for Reconstruction. It required 50 percent of the voters of a state to take a loyalty oath. Pocket vetoed by Lincoln. Wade-Davis Bill

21 This amendment prohibited each government in the United States from denying a citizen the right to vote based on that citizen's race, color, or previous condition of servitude. Fifteenth Amendment

22 1875 – This law guaranteed equal accommodations in public places and prohibited courts from excluding African Americans from juries. Civil Rights Act of 1875

23 Name given to paper money issued by the government during the Civil War because one side was printed with green ink. Greenbacks

24 A white-supremacist group formed by six former Confederate officers after the Civil War. Group eventually turned to terrorist attacks on blacks. It disbanded in 1869, but was later resurrected by white supremacists in Ku Klux Klan

25 A derogatory term applied to Northerners who migrated south during Reconstruction to take advantage of opportunities to advance their own fortunes by buying up land from desperate Southerners. Carpetbaggers

26 A derogatory term for Southerners who were working with the North to buy up land from desperate Southerners. Scalawags

27 This amendment declared that all citizens born or naturalized in the United States were citizens and provided them with “equal protection of the laws” and “due process of law.” Fourteenth Amendment

28 Restrictions on the freedom of former slaves, passed by Southern governments. Black Codes

29 Economic Disasters

30 Unrestrained speculation by financiers and overbuilding by industries and railroads led to this Panic. 18,000 businesses failed and 3 million people were out of work. The Panic of 1873


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