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AMH 2020 Terms and Outline “Malice towards none”?: Reconstruction I. Impact of Civil War Abraham Lincoln, John Wilkes Booth Reconstruction II. Government Problems A. Status of former Confederate states? Presidential Reconstruction--10% Plan Andrew Johnson 13 th Amendment Radical Republicans—Thaddeus Stevens, Charles Sumner Military Reconstruction; Ulysses S. Grant Moderate Reconstruction 14 th Amendment (1866), 15 th Amendment (1870) B. Mixed results 1. Suffrage divided Susan B. Anthony, Elizabeth Cady Stanton versus Frederick Douglass 2. Suffrage versus Land 3. Black Codes III. The Emancipation Experience A. Principle versus reality of freedom
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Unformatted text preview: Freepeople (freedmen, ex-slaves) B. Reaction to Emancipation “40 acres and a mule” C. Institutions of Emancipation 1. Freedmen’s 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 American Missionary Association Howard, Fisk, and Morehouse Universities c. Separatism Benjamin Singleton Exodusters; Canada and Liberia IV. White Reactions to Emancipation A. Violence Mississippi Plan “redemption” B. Anti-Violence Force Acts—Ku Klux Klan Act C. Shifting Ideals Rutherford B. Hayes...
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