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HST 102 1:20 - HST 102 find first 2 slides Precursors...

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HST 102 1/20/10 find first 2 slides Precursors - Lincoln’s 10% plan (1863) - -if 10% of eligible voters take oath of loyalty, state re-admitted - the wade-davis plan (1864) - -majority take loyalty oaths; confederate leaders lose voting rights; new government officers never carried arms against union. - Lincoln’s ……… More Problems - the destructive war - -hardens southern opinion against north - -“the lost cause” - hardens northern opinion against soth - - radical republicans gain power in congress - makes Andrew Johnson president Presidential reconstruction, 1865-1867 -easy terms for readmission - blanket pardons for confederate leaders - allows states to convene new constitutional conventions - does not require black enfranchisement, reconstruction in the states - States pass “black codes” 1865-1866 - -Quasi-slavery? - Examples - - required long-term labor contracts in writeing - -cohabitation laws - - restrictions on property ownership - - apprenticeship laws - - vagrancy laws and gang labor reconstruction in the states - race riots (or massacres) of 1866 - - Memphis - - new Orleans (more on this slide)
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