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civil war reconstruction

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Reconstruction the rebuilding of the south after the civil war
13th Amendment freed all slaves
14th Amendment protects the legal rights of freed slaves
15th Amendment gives the right to vote all male citizens
Lincoln plan called the 10% plan
Wade-Davis-Bill 50% of southern voters must take oath to become a state again
Andrew johnson Took over as president
Carpetbaggers northerners who moved for money
Scalawag southerners who supported the union
Freedmen's Bureau Helped former slaves with jobs
Hiram Revels 1st African American voted into office
Ku Klux Klan Former confederate soliders
Sharecropping former slaves worked on plantations
Black codes laws to limit the rights of blacks
Compromise of 1877 Democrats agree not to dispute results of 1876 election
Created by: eli.mun