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Reconstruction December 3

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Reconstruction December 3, 2007 i. Introduction ii. Davis in Petticoats  iii. The Plans a. Lincoln’s 10% plan b. Johnson’s Plan c. Congressional Reconstruction FINAL: ids and essay, third section is cumulative essay Four ids/ choice List of two or three ids (since midterm)—wed.  Reconstruction is complex War ended with Lincoln’s assassinated/ Davis’ capture Bitterness/ countered with feelings of reuniting Confederacy set fire to Richmond as they fled to Danville Richmond citizens rioted Tredegar Iron Works not burned—one of few in South Union soldiers helped citizens put out the fire Davis’ capture—tried to evade pursuers dressed as a woman/ northerners painted this picture  and justified harsh reconstruction plans/ south not capable of ruling itself  Davis was tried for treason/ released in may of 1867/ suffered hardships/ death in 1889/ refused  to take an oath of citizenship Destroyed south- economy, infrastructure Northern govt grew/ Republicans created national bank and national currency and passed a  proactive tariff—birth of modern fed govt.
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