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Reconstruction

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Reconstruction

APUSH Unit 4 Homework # 4

    Reading Notes: Reconstruction, 1863 1877

    Out of Many, Chapter 17

Directions: As you read Chapter 17, take notes following the outline below. Pay close attention to the names

    and terms and follow the arrows to see cause and effect!

    THE POLITICS OF RECONSTRUCTION

    ; What impact did the Civil War have on the South?

    Presidential Actions Congressional Actions Proclamation of Amnesty & Reconstruction (1863) Wade-Davis Bill (1864)

    Pocket-Veto Freedmen’s Bureau

    Sherman’s Field Order # 15 Thirteenth Amendment

    Lincoln’s Assassination, Johnson becomes president Radicals take control!

     Radical viewpoints Johnson’s Plan

     Black codes

    Result: By fall of 1865 th When the 39 Congress . . .

     Civil Rights Act (1866)

     Freedman’s Bureau Johnson

    The Fourteenth Amendment

    Military Reconstruction Act, 1867 Johnson Tenure of Office Act

Johnson & Edwin Stanton Congress

    Election of 1868 Fifteenth Amendment

    Women’s Reaction

THE MEANING OF FREEDOM

    ; impact of Freedmen’s Bureau

    ; sharecropping (look at maps on page 496)

SOUTHERN POLITICS AND SOCIETY

    ; Southern Republicans three groups

    ; Ku Klux Klan

    ; Enforcement Acts

    ; Civil Rights Act of 1875

    ; Slaughterhouse cases

APUSH Unit 4 Homework # 4

    ; Other Supreme Court Cases

    ; Crop lien system

    RECONSTRUCTING THE NORTH (skip to page 508)

    ; Whiskey Ring

    ; Samuel J. Tilden

    ; Rutherford B. Hayes

    ; Election of 1876

    ; Compromise of 1877

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