History Study Guide - Grantism political corruption and greed in government Compromise of 1877 Made possible for individuals to stop others from voting

History Study Guide - Grantism political corruption and...

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Lincoln’s 10% Plan: if 10% of confederates agree to join the union then they and their states can becitizens againWade Davis Bill: 50% of confederates have to agree to join the union. Lincoln vetoed 4 times.Johnson’s Program: Everyone who would swear allegiance to the Union could have their house andcattle back, unless they were confederate officers then they were put in jail.13thAmendment: end of slaveryFreedman’s Bureau:Help freed slaves and poor whites14thAmendment:free slaves can have citizenshipTenure of office Act: 1867- it was set up to prevent Pres. Johnson from firing Cabinet w/o CongressScalawags:Homegrown Southern ThievesCarpetbaggers:imported northern thieves 15thAmendment:free slave males the right to voteLiberal Republican Movement:Came out of Missouri in 1872 set up to get the south back to workingorderBooker T. Washington:leader of African-American community. Advisor to presidents from1900-1915.His opponent was WED Du BoisAtlanta Compromise 1875:Speech by booker t Washington that said. The agreement was thatSouthern blacks would work and submit to white political rule, while Southern whitesguaranteed that blacks would receive basic education anddue processin lawBlackswouldnot agitate for equality, integration, or justice, and Northern whites would fund blackeducational charities.Samuel J. Tilden:ran against Tweed for New York MayorDebt Peonage: process where people get further into debt by working off loans rather than payoutlawed in 1867Jim Crowe Laws: forced segregationPlessy v. Ferguson: Plessy a black man deliberately sat in a white only area and said that segregation was

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