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Social 8

Ch. 16.1&2

Wade-Davis Bill 50% voters must sign loyalty oath to the Union...never became law
John Wilkes Booth Confederate sympathizer shot Lincoln
Radical Republicans wanted a strict policy toward South (South not gain power)
Freedmen's Bureau provide emergency relief to people displaced by war...set up schools, jobs, courts.
Freedman enslaved people who had been freed by the war
Abraham Lincoln created 10% plan, killed by John Wilkes Booth
10 Percent Plan Plan that confederate states can organize a new government if 10% of state's voters swore loyalty to U.S.
Amnesty group pardon(forgive)
Andrew Johnson Vice President to Lincoln, became President after Lincoln death
15th Amendment barred states from denying African American males right to vote on account of race or color or previous slavery
Ulysses S. Grant won Presidential election in 1868
Scalawag southern whites who had disagreed with secession
Sharecropper laborer who works the land for the farmer who owns it, in exchange for a share of the value of the crop
Segregation enforced separation of races
Rutherford B. Hayes won election of 1876 agreed to end Reconstruction
Radical Republicans wanted to prevent former Confederates from gaining control over southern politics
13th Amendment banned slavery and forced labor
Andrew Johnson President after Lincoln that had forgiving plan for reconstruction of South
14th Amendment all people born or naturalized in US are citizens
Created by: mbarkley



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