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Unformatted text preview: Reconstruction • The death toll in the Civil War was roughly – A. 1,000,000 – B. 140,000 – C. 375,000 – D. 630,000 Reconstruction • The death toll in the Civil War was roughly – A. 1,000,000 – B. 140,000 – C. 375,000 – D. 630,000 Reconstruction • Among its many tasks, the Freedman’s Bureau in the South: – A. collected taxes – B. delivered the mail – C. gave medical and legal assistance – D. published newspapers Reconstruction • Among its many tasks, the Freedman’s Bureau in the South: – A. collected taxes – B. delivered the mail – C. gave medical and legal assistance – D. published newspapers Reconstruction • Lincoln’s successor, Andrew Johnson: – A. was a pro-Union southerner – B. supported black equality – C. supported the interests of southern planters – D. was Lincoln’s equal in political skill Reconstruction • Lincoln’s successor, Andrew Johnson: – A. was a pro-Union southerner – B. supported black equality – C. supported the interests of southern planters – D. was Lincoln’s equal in political skill Reconstruction • The black codes enacted by southern legislatures: – A. were accepted by Congress – B. showed the South’s spirit of conciliation – C. tried to restore key elements of slavery – D. proved the success of Johnson’s Reconstruction plan Reconstruction • The black codes enacted by southern legislatures: – A. were accepted by Congress – B. showed the South’s spirit of conciliation – C. tried to restore key elements of slavery – D. proved the success of Johnson’s Reconstruction plan Reconstruction...
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