12.3_Reconstruction - Reconstruction 1 Ending Slavery 2 Lincolns Plan a Loyalty oath by 10 of whites b Passage of 13th amendment c No provision for

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Reconstruction 1. Ending Slavery 2. Lincoln’s Plan a. Loyalty oath by 10% of whites b. Passage of 13 th amendment c. No provision for black voting d. No discussion of redistribution of land 3. Johnson’s plan/ the Black Codes a. Loyalty oath/disqualification of wealthy [pardons] b. Ratification of 13 th amendment c. Readmission after new state conventions d. New state conventions, old politicians [fall 1865] e. ‘black codes’ replace slaves codes f. Confederates reelected g. December 1865: Congress refuses to seat new reps. i. It seems like the south has not even been defeated, which leads to Congressional Reconstruction ii. Re-opens Freedman’s Bureau iii. Congress debates changes in voting 4. The four houses of freedom: aspirations 5. “Radical” reconstruction

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