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PlansFreedmenJohnsonLimiting RtsConstitution Miscellaneous 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 400 500 Final Final Jeopardy
Plans- 100 This plan was written by Lincoln: –10% of voters swore loyalty –Must abolish slavery JeopardyAnswer
Answer- Plans 100 What is the 10% plan? Jeopardy
Plans- 200 Why did Lincolns plan never end up taking place? jeopardy Answer
Answer- Plans 200 Assassination by John Wilkes Booth Jeopardy
Plans- 300 The three conditions of Johnsons Plan jeopardy Answer
Answer- plans 300 Majority swore loyalty Ratify 13 th amendment Former confederates could vote and hold office Jeopardy
Plans- 400 The conditions of the Reconstruction Acts jeopardy Answer
Answer- plans 400 Disband state governments Write new constitutions Ratify 14 th amendments African American men allowed to vote Jeopardy
Plans - 500
The major difference between congressional and presidential reconstruction plans jeopardy Answer
Answer- DAILY DOUBLE Congressional was more strict, they wanted the south to pay for the Civil War Jeopardy
Freedmen- 100 This agency gave food and clothing to former slaves. jeopardy Answer
Answer Freedmen- 100 What is the Freedmens Bureau
Freedmen- 200 Things Southern Democrats did in the south to prohibit racial equality jeopardy Answer
Answer- Freedmen 200 What is Black Codes Jeopardy
Freedmen- 300 This group in congress supported the newly freedmen, they protected their rights jeopardy Answer
Answer Freedmen- 300 Radical Republicans Jeopardy
Freedmen- 400 Many African Americans remained on old plantations as poor jeopardy Answer
Answer Freedmen- 400 Sharecroppers Jeopardy
Freedmen- 500 List two ways the Bureau helped newly freed slaves jeopardy Answer
Answer –Freedmen 500 Education Clothing Land jobs
Johnson- 100 This man was assassinated and therefore Johnson became president Answer jeopardy
Answer- Johnson 100 Lincoln
Johnson- 200 This is the reason why Johnson was impeached jeopardy
Answer J- 200 He refused to support Radical Reconstruction
Johnson- 300 This group charges the president in an impeachment case jeopardy
Answer- j300 House of Representatives Jeopardy
Johnson- 400 This group tries the case in an impeachment trial Answer jeopardy
Answer- J 400 Senate Jeopardy
Johnson- 500 Who was elected the next president after Johnsons tenure in the White House Answer jeopardy
Answer- J 500 Ulysses S. Grant Jeopardy
Limiting Rights- 100 This group developed in the south- they burned blacks houses and white sympathizers houses Answer jeopardy
Answer LR- 100 Ku Klux Klan Jeopardy
Limiting rights- 200 These were designed to limit the rights of newly freed slaves. Blacks were not permitted to gather in some states. Answer jeopardy
Limiting rights- 200 Black Codes Jeopardy
Limiting Rights- 300 Blacks were forced to pay this if they wanted to vote Answer jeopardy
Answer LR- 300 What are poll taxes Jeopardy
Limiting Rights- 400 This tested African Americans knowledge of the constitution, they had to pass if they wanted to vote. answer jeopardy
Answer- LR- 400 Literacy tests jeopardy
Limiting Rights 500 Former slaves became this because they had no other options. Basically they were slaves again, tied to the land. answer jeopardy
Answer- lr500 Sharecroppers jeopardy
Constitution- 100 This amendment freed slaves. Answer jeopardy
Answer- C 100 13 th jeopardy
Constitution- 200 The 14 th amendment did this (2 parts). answer jeopardy
Answer constitution 200 Gave citizenship to all and said all citizens are equal in the eyes of the law. jeopardy
Constitution- 300 This amendment guaranteed freed men the right to vote. answer jeopardy
Answer- constitution 300 15th
Constitution- 400 This court case ruled that Separate is equal answer jeopardy
Answer c 400 Plessy V. Ferguson jeopardy
Constitution- 500 As a result of Plessy V. Ferguson this practice was considered legal Answer jeopardy
Answer- C 500 Segregation jeopardy
Miscellaneous- 100 This was an act of violence – being killed by a mob (hanging) answer jeopardy
Answer m 100 Lynching jeopardy
Miscellaneous200 These people were northerners who went south to seek fortunes Answer jeopardy
Answer- m- 200 Carpetbaggers jeopardyjeopard
Miscellaneous-300 These were white southern republicans answer jeopardy
Answer- m 300 Scalawags jeopardy
Miscellaneous- 400 This person became president even though he did not win the popular vote answer jeopardy
Answer- m 400 Rutherford B. Hayes
Miscellaneous- 500 The year reconstruction ended answer jeopardy
Answer m- 500 1877 jeopardy
Final Jeopardy Describe effects of reconstruction on the south
Social Studies 8 th Grade Topic: Reconstruction Aim: Reconstruction Jeopardy Homework: Study for your Reconstruction Test tomorrow Do Now: Let’s get started.
People 10 pts 10 pts 5 pts 5 pts 15 pts 15 pts 20 pts 20 pts Radical Reconstruction 5 pts 5 pts 10 pts 10 pts 15 pts 15 pts 20 pts 20 pts 10 pts 10 pts.
Chapter 16 Reconstruction Test Review. # 1 carpetbaggers p555 Name given to northern whites who went south to start businesses or pursue political careers.
Reconstruction VocabularyPeople Government Plans for.
JEOPARDY Reconstruction Categories
What term refers to the plan for rebuilding the South after the Civil War?
Unit 6 Reconstruction Rebuilding of the South after the Civil War.
Reconstruction Jeopardy People LawsGroups
Unit 6 Reconstruction Rebuilding of the South after the Civil War 1.
Reconstruction Reconstruction- A time period after the Civil War when the South was rebuilt and made part of the Union again.
Unit 1: Reconstruction. A. Reconstruction Defined 1. Reconstruction: the period of rebuilding the South and readmitting Southern states into the Union.
Facts to Know: The Civil War and Reconstruction. Reconstruction Process of allowing the former Confederate states to rejoin the Union. Lasted from 1865.
Richmond, Virginia After the Confederacy surrendered to end the Civil War, the U.S. government faced the question of how to deal with the defeated.
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Reconstruction. Lincoln Assassination John Wilkes Booth Ford Theatre April 14, st President killed in office.
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.
RECONSTRUCTION LINCOLN’S ASSASSINATION John Wilkes Booth, a southern sympathizer, shot Lincoln on April 14, only 5 days after Lee surrendered.
Reconstruction Review. He was president of the U.S. during the Civil War. Abraham Lincoln.
Reconstruction Rebuilding the South. Reconstruction Reconstruction: The plan to restore the Confederate states back to the Union after the Civil War.
Reconstruction What were the plans for reconstruction? Reconstruction = the process of readmitting the former Confederate states to the Union.
RECONSTRUCTION. Lincoln’s Plan to Reunite the Nation All property taken during the war (except for slaves) will be returned to Southerners Except.
Reconstruction and the New South Rebuilding the Nation The Battle Over Reconstruction The End of Reconstruction It’s the LawOdds and Ends $200 $400 $600.
Reconstruction and the South Chapter 16. Rebuilding the Nation –There were large problems at the end of the Civil War, including that the South was destroyed.
Jeopardy Andrew JohnsonRadical Reconstruction Discrimination The End Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy.
Reconstruction. Reconstruction: the time period after the Civil War. Abraham Lincoln was president after the war ended. His plan to put the country.
Reconstruction: ( ), the federal government struggled with – How to return the eleven southern states into the Union; – Rebuild the South’s Economy;
Reconstruction and the Changing South U.S. History Chapter 18.
Reconstruction of the South. The Civil War War between the North (Union) and South (Confederacy) The South wanted: To preserve their way of.
Ten Percent Plan- If 10% of a states population took an oath of loyalty to the Union then that state could form a new state government and adopt a new.
Reconstruction of the South. The Civil War War between the North (Union) and South (Confederacy) The South wanted: To preserve their way.
VOCABULARY CARDS Reconstruction. Definition: The time period after the Civil War when the United States began to rebuild the South. The Southern states.
Chapter 16 “Reconstruction ” Ms. Monteiro Rebuilding the South Fight Over Reconstruction Reconstruction in the South Grab Bag 300.
GEORGIA’S RECONSTRUCTION. ATLANTA Replaced Milledgeville as Georgia’s capital in 1868 and was rebuilt after nearly being burned to the ground. Was named.
Reconstruction Unit 1 Section 2 Part 3. A. The South After the War The Post-Civil War Period is known as Reconstruction The Post-Civil War Period is known.
Reconstruction Review Did Radical Republicans think Lincoln’s plan was too harsh or too lenient? Lenient.
Why? Congress enacted this plan for two reasons South needed rebuilt after the war Sherman’s March Needed a way for Confederate states to.
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SSUSH10 The student will identify legal, political, and social dimensions of Reconstruction.
American Reconstruction. Reconstruction of the Union Before the end of the Civil War Lincoln outlined a plan for reuniting the union. A main goal was.
Reconstruction Chapter 4, section 4. Definition Period of time when U.S. began to rebuild after the Civil War
The South is destroyed The Civil War ended April 9, Most of the land in the South was destroyed by the Civil War. The South would need to be rebuilt.
Reconstruction Rebuilding a Nation Men of Honor Lincoln’s plan for reconstruction called for what? Reconciliation- The reestablishment of friendly.
THIS IS With Host... Your Mrs. Miness VocabularyPeople Laws Civil Rights The North And the South Pot Luck Final Jeopard-E.
Reconstruction Take notes on the following slides. You will need to copy the text in red.
Unit 4: A Nation Divided Lesson 6: Reconstruction.
Reconstruction Define Reconstruction Process of readmitting the former Confederate States into the Union from 1865 to 1877.
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 the period of rebuilding the South and restoring the Southern states to the Union after the Civil War.
Reconstruction Rebuilding the South Main Idea: Conflicting plans for dealing with the post-Civil War South had long-lasting effects on government and the.
Chapter 17. Poll Tax Segregation Jim Crow Laws Plessey V. Ferguson Compromise of 1877 Redeemers Carpetbaggers Ku Klux Klan Radical Republicans Black Codes.
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