hist157 midterm review session - 1865- Lincoln...

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1865- Lincoln Assassination – period of presidential reconstruction (ratify 13thamendment)1867- Military reconstruction act, Seward’s Folly, start of radical/ congressional reconstruction.Radical reconstruction: punish the South and for ratification of 14thamendment (1868) and 15thamendment (1870)Railroad expansion until 18771869- Trans-continental railroad in Utah (expansion of land)1873- “panic”/depression (over-production)1874- Battle of Liberty Place1876- Battle of Little Big Horn ( Hayes/Tilden election) Increased conflict with N.A.1877- Compromise of 1877 (union troops pulled out of the South for republican Hayes to winprez election) Uprising of 77’, Munn vs. Illinois1880- Disfranchisement of A.A. in South (poll tax, literacy tests) Start of a Southern Alliance1884- Focus shift to assimilation of N.A.1886- Haymarket Square Riot, AFL cheated1887- Dawes Act1890- Sherman Anti-Trust Act, start of progressive era.1892- Wounded Knee, start of Omaha platform1893- Turner’s famous essay, panic of 18931894- Pullman strike1896- WJB

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smead
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History, 13th Amendment, Compromise Of 1877, Reconstruction, Reconstruction era of the United States, Little Big Horn, Sherman Anti Trust Act

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