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Texes Social Studies

Reconstruction and beyond

Reconstruction-Post Civil WarEvents
New President Andrew Johnson became the next president after the assassination of A Lincoln. He was from Tennessee and the Radical Republicans who wanted to punish the south for the Civil War/ suspicion. He was the first president to ever be impeached one vote short
13th Amendment 1863-outlawed slavery
Freedman's Bureau created to help freed slaves negotiate work contracts, distribute food, and set up schools.
Re Admission to Union to be re-admitted, the majority of the male population of former confederate states had to to take an oath of loyalty to the union
14th Amendment passed to grant citizenship rights to freed slaves and to prevent former Confederate leaders from being elected to congress
Sharecroppers many freed blacks remained on the land where they had been slaves, the land was rented by blacks. this began a cycle of servitude that tied freed slaves to the land
Black codes/Jim Crowe laws After Reconstruction/union troops left states. Greatly restricted the freedoms for former slaves and other blacks. In states where blacks had been elected office, new elections and laws restricted the voting rights and brought whites back into power
Voter qualifications in the south *Literacy tests *Grandfathers clause(grandfather had been a slave and had not voted-individual could not vote) *Property qualifications *Poll Taxes
Created by: Rockymento
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