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4.3 Reconstruction

Carpetbaggers they were northers that were republicans that move to the south during the revolutionary war
Scalawags republicans of the south during the war
Enforcement Acts these 3 laws empowered the federal government
Redeemers democrats that were white in the south during 1870
Ku Klux Klan a group of white men who disliked the African American
Panic of 1873 republican leaders came under pressure as workers threatened strikes and farmers demanded relief
Civil Rights Act of 1875 promoted business that served the public
Samuel J Tilden was a democrat from New York who ran for president
Rutherford B Hayes Was a republican that was from Ohio and was also running for president.
Compromise of 1877 the republicans agreed to withdraw the reaming federal troops from the south
How did Reconstruction affect the lives of African Americans? it helped them because it gave them more rights ans freedom
What groups formed a Republican alliance in the South during Reconstruction? they were called scalawags or scoundrels and they viewed them as southern renegades, betrayers of their race and country
How did Congress respond to violence against African Americans? the African american damned that the congress do something to stop the the Klan so they created the Enforcement Acts
What historical era came to end in 1877? the Compromise of 1877
Created by: HavenC