WEEK 16--Reconstruction T&O

WEEK 16--Reconstruction T&O - A. Principle versus...

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AMH 2010 WEEK 16::“Malice toward none”?: Reconstruction I. Impact of the Civil War Abraham Lincoln, John Wilkes Booth II. Government Problems A. Status of Former CSA States? 1. Presidential Reconstruction: Proclamation of Amnesty (10% Plan) Andrew Johnson 2. Congressional Reconstruction Radical Republicans: Thaddeus Stevens, Charles Sumner 3. Military Reconstruction Military districts 4. Moderate Reconstruction US Grant 14 Amendment (1866), 15 th Amendment (1870) B. Mixed Results 1. Suffrage limited to men 2. Land not addressed 3. Absence of practical protection— Black Codes III. The Emancipation Experience
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Unformatted text preview: A. Principle versus Reality Free people/freedmen B. Reactions to Emancipation 40 acres and a mule C. Institutions of Emancipation 1. Freedmens Bureau (Bureau of Freedmen, Refugees, and Abandoned Lands) 2. Self-Help Strategies W.E.B. DuBois a. Religion Negro Baptist Church, African Methodist Episcopal Church b. Education Howard, Fisk, Morehouse Universities c. Separatism Benjamin SingletonExodusters; Canada, Liberia IV. White Reactions to Emancipation A. Violence Mississippi Plan, redemption B. Anti-Violence Force Acts, Ku Klux Klan C. Shifting Ideals Rutherford B. Hayes...
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