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Reconstruction Issues 13 th Amendment 1.Black Codes 2.14 th Amendment 3.Reconstruction Act of 1867 4.Impeaching President Johnson 5.15 th Amendment 6.Resistance to Reconstruction 7.Education and Farming 8.Voting Restrictions
13 th Amendment NO SLAVERY-Abolition
Black Codes Local laws in South that HURT AA’s Jim Crow laws
14 th Amendment Full citizenship to people born in US Equal protection
Reconstruction Act of 1867 Created 5 military districts in South To stop racism (KKK)
Impeaching Johnson Johnson vetoing legislation on reconstruction Vetoes the freedman's bureau Fires secretary of war violating tenure of office act
15 th Amendment All citizens can vote
Resistance to Reconstruction Southerners against reconstruction KKK uses violence to deny rights
Education and Farming North build academies (to learn about farming) Sharecropping Tenant Farming
Voting Restrictions Literacy Test-test to vote Poll Tax-pay to vote Grandfather Clause-help illiterate Southern males
Reconstruction Reconstruction Legislation. The 13 th Amendment (1865) Abolishes Slavery Section 1. Neither slavery nor involuntary servitude, except as.
What is Reconstruction ?. Time after the Civil War to rebuild nation.
VOCABULARY CARDS Reconstruction. Definition: The time period after the Civil War when the United States began to rebuild the South. The Southern states.
Reconstruction Review. Reconstruction Plans 1865 – 1877 Lincoln’s Plan – 10% plan 10% 0f the voting population of a state in the 1860 has to take a loyalty.
2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2pt 3 pt 4pt 5 pt 1pt 2pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4pt 5 pt 1pt Johnson Radical Recon Southern Resistance.
Reconstruction Freedman’s Bureau took 1 st steps Created by Lincoln during the war Help newly freed adjust to new lives.
Political, Social, Economic Changes … North Acts South Reacts ► Why is this period in US History called the “Second American Revolution.” ► In your opinion.
Reconstruction Healing a Broken Nation. Reconstruction Lincoln’s Plan Pardon confederates who take a oath of loyalty to the U.S. Constitution 10% of voters.
Reconstruction Central themes: Federalism, Race, and Civil Rights.
RECONSTRUCTION. RECONSTRUCTION PLANS LINCOLN’S 10% PLAN MUST ABOLISH SLAVERY AMNESTY OFFER CONGRESS MAJORITY NO RIGHT TO VOTE OR ELECTED OFFICE TO ANY.
Reconstruction: The time period after the Civil War when the United States began to rebuild the South. ( ) Goals of Reconstruction: To bring the.
A Failed Reconstruction Southern Society largely unchanged.
SOL: VUS.7a,b,c. Economic Impacts The South lay decimated after the war. Many farms, RR’s, cities are ruined. The North saw an economic boom.
The End of Reconstruction and the Origins of Jim Crow.
RECONSTRUCTION RECONSTRUCTION The period in U.S. history which followed the Civil War, during which the Confederate states were restored to.
Reconstruction Era Lincoln’s 10% Plan (presented in 1863) Treat South with compassion 10% of voters in states swear loyalty to the Union Offered.
Unit 1: Reconstruction. A. Reconstruction Defined 1. Reconstruction: the period of rebuilding the South and readmitting Southern states into the Union.
RECONSTRUCTION Analyze the impact of reconstruction in the following areas: geographic, political, social, and economic.
What term refers to the plan for rebuilding the South after the Civil War?
Explain how Reconstruction benefitted African Americans, and how it failed them Positives- 13 th Amendment- ends slavery 14 th Amendment- African Americans.
THIS IS With Host... Your Reconstruction BattlesSouthern Response Union & Confederacy Key Terms Important Facts main.
RECONSTRUCTION AMERICA. RECONSTRUCTION: AN INTRODUCTION What is “Reconstruction?” What challenges would exist?
Before we start… Homework: Vocabulary Word, definition, and picture/symbol – Black Codes- Segregation – Sharecropping- redeemers – Jim Crow Laws- Plessy.
Review 1. What was an immediate cause of the secession? Lincoln’s election 2. How was Lincoln going to deal with reconstruction? Treat the Confederate.
The years after the Civil War Reconstruction.
JEOPARDY Reconstruction Categories
Congressional Reconstruction US History. Objectives B3d -Evaluate different Reconstruction plans and their social, economic, and political impact on the.
Military/Congressional Reconstruction. Radical Republicans vs. Johnson Johnson refused to enforce the Military Reconstruction Act Johnson refused to enforce.
USH (3:3) ● Reconstruction: Rebuilding the South, socially and economically, after the Civil War ● Radical Republicans: Wanted to punish the South and.
Civil War Notes All significant information from the Civil War will be in the web quest and stations activities completed in class. No extra notes on the.
Chapter 17 Reconstruction and its Aftermath Pages
The Politics of Reconstruction. Lincoln ’ s Plan Lincoln ’ s Plan Ease Southern states back into the Union 10 % plan- If 10% percentage of voters took.
How will the South be rebuilt?RECONSTRUCTION. Lincoln’s 10% Plan * When 10% of states’ population takes an oath of loyalty that Conf. state can re-enter.
SEGREGATION AND DISCRIMINATION IN AMERICA VIDEO. RACISM CAUSES DISCRIMINATION Reconstruction allowed southern blacks to gain political power. Reconstruction.
Reconstruction Review Did Radical Republicans think Lincoln’s plan was too harsh or too lenient? Lenient.
Reconstruction Of the South. Lincoln’s Plan Pardon and grant amnesty When 10% of the 1860 voters took an oath and agree to abide by the government.
The Question of Reconstruction How to Rebuild the South?
Reconstruction Power Point Review. What proof is there that Reconstruction failed? Failure to guarantee equal rights for the black freedmen because of.
5.3: Reconstruction Follow along in the student packet: Content students MUST KNOW to be successful on the GHSGT (pg ) Click Here.
RECONSTRUCTION ERA Chapter 8, Section 1. WAR’S END AND IMPACT On April 14 th, 1865 President Lincoln was assassinated at Ford’s Theater by John Wilkes.
Congressional Reconstruction Aim: Was the Radical Republican plan for Reconstruction too extreme?
Chapter 17. Poll Tax Segregation Jim Crow Laws Plessey V. Ferguson Compromise of 1877 Redeemers Carpetbaggers Ku Klux Klan Radical Republicans Black Codes.
Summary Chapter 12. Lincoln ◦ Illegal for South to secede, therefore an insurrection ◦ President responsible for restoring Union quickly ◦ Gradual and.
Extending the Bill of Rights. Civil War Amendments 13 th Amendment (1865) Abolished slavery.
Main Idea Why It Matters Now During Reconstruction, the president and Congress fought over how to rebuild the South. Reconstruction was an important step.
Black Reconstruction Chapter 14, Section 3 Main Ideas: –Analyze the myth and reality of Black Reconstruction. –Explain why the impeachment proceedings.
Reconstruction Andrew Johnson Rebuilding the South after the Civil War. Became the President of the U.S. after the assassination of Lincoln.
Reconstruction Rebuilding the Union. Defining Questions How would the South be rebuilt physically and socially? How would the former slaves fare as free.
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