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The Civil War (1861-1865) Reconstruction (1865-1877) How woulda new American nationalism be built by formerConfederate and Unionpeople? What wouldfreedom look like forformer slaves? Southernstates were quickly built into the federal government Freed slaves were given rights, butsystem of oppressionwasformed Slaves received no property, no cash, nothingwhen theywere freed Political uncertainty in both northand south Southwas destroyed Emancipation proclamation (1863) Wanted to offerfull pardonto those whopledged against slavery 10% of citizens in a state hadto sign this loyalty agreement to be considered again This was his plan, Proclamationwant actually whathappened Wade-Davis bill (1864) Radical republican bill in responseto emancipation proclamation Was much more strict Republicans did not like Lincoln's proclamation Lincoln pocketvetoed this Freedman's Bureau established Offices thatprovided services to freedmen to integrate
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  • Fall '17
  • Alexander Shashko
  • Reconstruction era of the United States, Andrew Johnson, Federal government, Greatest economic downturn, certain vigilante acts

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