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Reconstruction

VA SOL USII.3

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Amendment to the US Constitution that banned slavery throughout the nation. 13th Amendment
Amendment to the US Constitution that ensured the citizenship of former slaves. It provides “equal protection of the laws” for all U.S. citizens. 14th Amendment
Amendment to the US Constitution that forbade any state to deny any citizen the right to vote due to “race, color, or previous condition of servitude.” Equal protection under the law 15th Amendment
What do all three amendments after the Civil War guarantee for citizens of the United States? Guarantee equal protection under the law for all citizens
Period of reuniting the North and the South after the Civil War that lasted from 1865-1876 Reconstruction
Passed by Congress in 1866 to overcome the Black Codes of the South and to provide citizenship for African American Civil Rights Act of 1866
Government agency set up during Reconstruction to provide aid for former slaves Freedmen's Bureau
Northerners who went South after the Civil War during the time of Reconstruction Carpetbaggers
Disputed election in which Rutherford B. Hayes was elected US President and which also ended the years of Reconstruction Election of 1876
His reconstruction plan called for reconciliation & preservation of the Union was more important than punishing the South Abraham Lincoln
Former Confederate general who urged Southerners to make peace and reconcile with the North after the end of the Civil War Became president of Washington College, which is now known as Washington and Lee University Robert E. Lee
Fought for adoption of constitutional amendments that guaranteed voting rights & was a powerful voice for human rights and civil liberties for all Frederick Douglass
Reconstruction ended in 1877 as a result of a compromise over the outcome of which event? Election of 1876
Rights that African Americans had gained were lost through what kind of laws? Jim Crow Laws
Who supervised the South until their removal at the end of Reconstruction? Northern Soldiers
What was established to aid former enslaved African Americans in the South? Freedmen's Bureau
What did southern states adopted to limit the economic and physical freedom of former slaves? Black Codes
Who could not hold office in the South as part of Reconstruction? Southern Military Leaders
Which group of people could hold office in the South for the 1st time during Reconstruction? African Amerians
Created by: Mrs. Estes