1840-1877 - Nathan Ellis April 21, 2005 AP US History...

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Nathan Ellis April 21, 2005 AP US History 1840-1877 Review The Four Plans of Reconstruction Lincoln’s Plan South never left Union 10% of South had to swear an oath Pocket Vetoed the Wade-Davis Bill Johnson’s Plan South Never left Union 10 % of South had to swear an oath Confederate Leaders and those with $20,000 were disfranchised but could be pardoned States must ratify the 13 th Amendment 1 st Congressional Plan Extended Freedmen’s Bureau Pushed the 14 th Amendment By the Sword (Radical) South must ratify 13 th , 14 th , and 15 th Amendments 5 Military districts were created Ex-confederate leaders were disfranchised Disagreements on states’ rights issues, reform movements, and of westward expansion each contributed to the South seceding from the Union due to the uneasy feelings of sectionalism. States’ Rights Slavery – who should decide? Abolition, radical abolish, popular sovereignty, or free- soil? o
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1840-1877 - Nathan Ellis April 21, 2005 AP US History...

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