Reconstruction

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AFTER THE CIVIL WAR… : 

AFTER THE CIVIL WAR… Reconstruction

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Reconstruction

LINCOLN`S PLAN : 

LINCOLN`S PLAN 10 % PLAN “WITH MALICE TOWARDS NONE …”

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Lincoln’s 10% Plan Presidential Pardons Oath of Loyalty Acceptance of the Emancipation Proclamation

CONGRESS : 

CONGRESS IRON CLAD OATH…Wade Davis CONQURED TERRITORIES

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Wade-Davis Bill 50% had to take an oath of loyalty Only Non Confederates could vote for Constitution Pocket Veto

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John Wilkes Booth

LINCOLN`S ASSASINATION : 

LINCOLN`S ASSASINATION JOHN WILKES BOOTH ENDS ANY CHANCE OF RECONCILIATION ANDREW JOHNSON PURSUES MILD APPROACH SUPPORT THE 14TH AMENDMENT ( CITIZENSHIP )

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Andrew Johnson Takes Over Confederates must ask for personal pardon 10% needed to take loyalty Oath Johnson lacked appeal Poor…from Tenn.

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Radical Republicans Thaddeus Stevens Charles Sumner

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Johnson’s Vetoes Freedmen’s Bureau Civil Rights Act of 1866 Reconstruction Act of 1867 The Tenure of Office Act

IMPEACHMENT : 

IMPEACHMENT TENURE OF OFFICE ACT VETOES FREEDMANS BILL & CIVIL RIGHTS ACT SEC`Y OF WAR …STANTON MISS BY ONE VOTE

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Freedmen’s Bureau

THE SOUTH : 

THE SOUTH BLACK CODES KKK CONFEDERATES ………... SENATORS !!!

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Black Codes Laws intended to keep African Americans working on the Plantations

MILITARY RECONSTRUCTION : 

MILITARY RECONSTRUCTION 5 DISTRICTS RULE BY GENERALS

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The New South ?

RADICAL REPUBLICANS WANT TOTAL CONTROL : 

RADICAL REPUBLICANS WANT TOTAL CONTROL THADEUS STEVENS & CHARLES SUMMNER WAVING THE “BLOODY SHIRT” CARPETBAGGERS & SCALAWAGS 13TH , 14TH , 15TH …CIVIL WAR AMENDMENTS

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Damn Yankees !

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Civil Rights Act of 1866 14th Amendment Reconstruction Act of 1867 15th Amendment Civil Rights Act of 1875 Radical Reconstruction Legislation

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Sharecropping

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Segregation

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Plessy V. Ferguson 1898 “Separate But Equal”

ELECTION OF 1868 …GRANT : 

ELECTION OF 1868 …GRANT SCANDALS... WHISKEY RING , CREDIT MOBLIER , B.I.A. RE-ELECTED IN 1872

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Waving The Bloody Shirt

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MOST CORRUPT IN AMERICAN HISTORY FLORIDA HOLDS THE KEY TILDEN v. HAYES JOINT COMMITTEE TO DECIDE THE VOTES ALL VOTES ARE 5-4 IN FAVOR OF REPUBLICANS SOUTH IS FURIOUS Election of 1876

THE END OF RECONSTRUCTION : 

THE END OF RECONSTRUCTION THE COMPROMISE OF 1877 … HAYES WINS MILITARY PULLED OUT OF SOUTH CONGRESS PROMISES NOT TO INTERFERE WITH SEGREGATION … ( EX-SLAVES ABANDONED ) COMPROMISE OF 1877

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THE END

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After the Troops Leave Poll Taxes Literacy Test Grandfather Clause

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JUSTICE for ALL

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