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Reconstruction

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killed Abraham Lincoln John Wilkes Booth
Lincoln's succeeder Andrew Johnson
16th President Abraham Lincoln
laws passed in southern states after reconstruction denied African Civil rights Black Codes
believed the federal government needed to take a greater role in reconstruction Radical Republicans
act gave citizenship to AA and guaranteed them basic rights Civil Rights Act of 1866
Reuniting the US and rebuilding the South Reconstruction
Constitutional amendment granted citizenship to all person born in US and gave equal rights 14th Amendment
Constitutional amendment abolished slavery in the US 13th Amendment
Constitutional amendment gave AA the right to vote 15th Amendment
Federal Gov. in 1865 gave legal aid to freed people Freedman's Bureau
right to vote suffrage
Northerners who came to the south after Civil war in hopes of getting rich carpetbagger
presidents plan to rebuild the south presidential reconstruction
congress' plan to rebuild the south congressional reconstruction
Created by: k0608898