H102 Lecture 01_ Reconstructing the Nation

H102 Lecture 01_ Reconstructing the Nation - 12/22/11 H102...

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12/22/11 H102 Lecture 01: Reconstructing the Nation 1/8 us.histor\.wisc.edu/hist102/lectures/lecture01.html SWanle\ K. SchXlW], PUofeVVoU of HiVWoU\ william P. TiVhleU, PUodXceU LecWXre 01 Reconstructing the Nation AmeUica haV been VpliW apaUW b\ WhUee majoU ZaUV: in Whe 1770'V Whe AmeUican ReYolXWion; in Whe 1970'V Whe vieWnam waU; and, in Whe middle of WhiV peUiod, Whe CiYil waU. Each ZaU haV dUamaWicall\ changed Whe geneUaWion engaged in baWWleV aV Zell aV Whe geneUaWionV WhaW folloZed. LecWXUe #01 Zill e[amine Whe UepeUcXVVionV of Whe CiYil waU, iWV effecWV on Whe AmeUican people, and Whe agUeemenWV and diVagUeemenWV ZiWhin Whe naWion oYeU Whe meaningV of "ReconVWUXcWion." Some questions to keep in mind: 1. What were the opposing views of Reconstruction in the wake of the Civil War? 2. Who supported these competing views and wh\? 3. Was Reconstruction a success? Wh\ or wh\ not? AbUaham Lincoln (1809-1865) Cop\UighW 1997 SWaWe HiVWoUical SocieW\ of wiVconVin Abraham Lincoln (1809-1865) LaZ\eU, VWaWeVman, and Vi[WeenWh PUeVidenW of Whe uniWed SWaWeV (1861-1865). Lincoln led Whe uniWed SWaWeV WhUoXgh Whe CiYil waU, pUeVeUYing Whe union and in Whe pUoceVV ending VlaYeU\.
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12/22/11 H102 Lecture 01: Reconstructing the Nation 2/8 us.histor\.wisc.edu/hist102/lectures/lecture01.html OQ ASUio 14, 1865, aV PUeVideQW LiQcRoQ ZaWched a SeUfRUpaQce Rf "OXU ApeUicaQ CRXViQ" aW FRUd'V TheaWeU iQ waVhiQgWRQ, D.C., he ZaV VhRW b\ JRhQ wioNeV BRRWh, aQ acWRU fURp MaU\oaQd RbVeVVed ZiWh aYeQgiQg Whe CRQfedeUaWe defeaW. LiQcRoQ died Whe Qe[W pRUQiQg. BRRWh eVcaSed WR viUgiQia. EoeYeQ da\V oaWeU, cRUQeUed iQ a bXUQiQg baUQ, BRRWh ZaV faWaoo\ VhRW b\ a uQiRQ VRodieU. niQe RWheU SeRSoe ZeUe iQYRoYed iQ Whe aVVaVViQaWiRQ; fRXU ZeUe haQged, fRXU ipSUiVRQed, aQd RQe actXiWWed. AbUaham Lincoln (1809-1865) CRS\UighW 1997 sWaWe HiVWRUicao sRcieW\ Rf wiVcRQViQ Andrew Johnson (1808-1875) PUeVideQW Rf Whe uQiWed sWaWeV. ASSRiQWed GRYeUQRU Rf TeQQeVVee iQ 1862. JRhQVRQ, a sRXWheUQ DepRcUaW oR\ao WR Whe uQiRQ, UaQ aV AbUahap LiQcRoQ'V Yice SUeVideQWiao caQdidaWe iQ 1864 aQd WRRN RYeU aV VeYeQWeeQWh PUeVideQW Rf Whe uQiWed sWaWeV iQ 1865 ZheQ LiQcRoQ ZaV aVVaVViQaWed. JRhQVRQ ZaV Whe fiUVW uQiWed sWaWeV SUeVideQW ipSeached. Reconstruction Raised Three Questions 1. CaQ Whe uQiWed sWaWeV be WUXo\ XQiWed? 2. CaQ boacNV aQd ZhiWeV oiYe WRgeWheU? 3. whR UXQV WhiV cRXQWU\? Carl Schur] (1829-1906) ZaV bRUQ iQ CRoRgQe, GeUpaQ\. He SaUWiciSaWed iQ
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12/22/11 H102 Lecture 01: Reconstructing the Nation 3/8 us.histor\.wisc.edu/hist102/lectures/lecture01.html Carl Schur] (1829-1906), editor and public official Cop\right 1997 State Historical Societ\ of Wisconsin the revolutionar\ uprisings of 1848-49 and left his countr\ when
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