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Abolished slavery 13 amendment
Once Southern states passed this, they could come back to the Union. 13 amendment
Gave freed slaves citizenship rights 14 amendment
Equal Protection 14 amendment
State could not rejoin the Union unless they approved it 14 amendment
Tennessee was the first one to approve it(only one willingly. 14 amendment
Gave all citizen the right to vote 15 amendment
Georgia readmitted to the Union in July 1870 15 amendment
Wanted the North and South to reconcile (get back together) Lincoln's Plan
1/10 of the people in that state who had voted in the 1860 election had to take an oath to obey the Constitution Lincoln's Plan
Set up a new government Lincoln's Plan
Said it was need to abolish slavery - 13th Amendment to be readmitted Lincoln's Plan
After Lincoln’s assassination, he was committed to Lincoln’s plan Johnson's Plan
Once 13th amendment was passed states could reenter the Union Johnson's Plan
Radical Republican favored harsher punishments Congress' Plan
Required to pass 14 Amendment - GA refused and was placed under the authority of Congress Congress' Plan
Created by: Rilynn