Chapter 15 Cornell Notes .docx - Name Sarah Hanna Date 2 October 2019 Cornell Notes Chapter 15 Page Numbers Reduce then Recite Create questions which

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Name: Sarah Hanna Date: 2, October 2019 Cornell Notes Chapter 15 Page Numbers Reduce & then Recite - Create questions which elicit critical thinking, not 1- word answers - Write questions directly across from answers in your notes - Leave a space or draw a pencil line separating question You may also want to use this area record headings of each of Record for Review - Write headings, key words in (you may want to use a different font color) - Take sufficient notes with selective (not too much verbiage) & accurate paraphrasing - Skip a line between ideas, topics - Use bulleting lists, abbreviations - Correctly sequence information Include diagrams or tables if needing for clarification or length Why was there a struggle for National Reconstruction? What was Lincolns presidential approach? What was Johns presidential approach? What was pocket veto that Lincoln executed?Why did he execute veto? What is a pocket veto? 2.Lincoln offering general amnesty to all but high-ranking Confederates willing to pledge loyalty to Union. 4.Congressional Republicans proposing Wade-Davis Bill, a stricter substitute for Lincoln’s Ten Percent Plan. 5.Lincoln executing a pocket veto of Wade-Davis Bill by not signing itbefore Congress adjourned. 7.Andrew Johnson, a Unionist Democrat, championing farmers, laborers. 9.Lincoln’s death, Johnson offering amnesty to all southerners, except high- ranking Confederate officials ,wealthy property owners, who took an oath of allegiance to Constitution. 10.Former Confederate states had met Johnson’s requirements for rejoining Union, had functioning, electing governments.
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Black Codes How is it Congress versus President? Why did Andrew Johnson veto two bills in 1866? What were two bills that he vetoed?Why did republican party have a new sense of unity? Where did that Unity come from?
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