14--What Now PPT

14--What Now PPT - 3/31/2009 4 MILLION ENSLAVED AMERICANS...

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3/31/2009 1 4 MILLION ENSLAVED AMERICANS FREE 620,000 Americans dead 375,000 Americans wounded, maimed NEARLY 1 MILLION CASUALTIES __________________________________ What Now? Richmond, Virginia Lincoln’s Funeral Carriage Question of secession solved, but then what? ___________________________ Were CSAs traitors? Were new constitutions necessary? Who should protect freepeople, and how?
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3/31/2009 2 Southern states were simply “out of their proper practical relation with the Union” (April 11 1865 11, 1865) Radical Reconstruction was merely “persecution” and “bloody work” “Those states have not gone out of the Union. Therefore reconstruction is unnecessary.” Congressional Reconstruction __________________________ Radical Republicans led the Radical Republicans led the way in striving to punish former CSA states and ensure their re-admission was carefully controlled Military Reconstruction
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3/31/2009 3 Grant’s presidency launched moderate Reconstruction
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