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Give Me Liberty!. Norton Media Library. AN AMERICAN HISTORY THIRD EDITION - BRIEF. by Eric Foner. Chapter 15. Norton Media Library. “What Is Freedom?”: Reconstruction, 1865–1877. Eric Foner. From the Plantation to the Senate. Family Record, a lithograph marketed to former

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Give Me Liberty!

Norton Media Library

AN AMERICAN HISTORY

THIRD EDITION - BRIEF

by

Eric Foner


Chapter 15

Norton Media Library

“What Is Freedom?”:

Reconstruction,

1865–1877

Eric Foner


From the Plantation to the Senate


Family Record, a lithograph marketed to former

slaves after the Civil War


Mother and Daughter Reading, Mt. Meigs


Map 15.1 The Barrow Plantation


Winslow Homer’s 1876 painting


The Freedmen’s Bureau, an engraving from

Harper’s Weekly


Map 15.2 Sharecropping in the South, 1880


Farmers with Cotton in the Courthouse Square


Chinese laborers at work on a Louisiana

plantation during Reconstruction.


Selling a Freeman to Pay His Fine at

Monticello, Florida


Thaddeus Stevens


President Andrew Johnson, in an 1868


A Democratic Party broadside from the election

of 1866 in Pennsylvania


Map 15.3 The Presidential Election of 1868


The Fifteenth Amendment, an 1870 lithograph marking


A Delegation of Advocates of Woman Suffrage

Addressing the House


Electioneering at the South, an engraving from

Harper’sWeekly


The First Vote, an engraving from Harper’s Weekly


The Operations of the Registration Laws and

Negro Suffrage in the South


Black students outside a schoolhouse in a post–Civil

War photograph. The teacher is seated at the far right.


Murder of Louisiana, an 1873 cartoon


A Prospective Scene in the City of Oaks


Changes in graphic artist Thomas Nast’s depiction

of blacks in Harper’s Weekly


Map 15.4 Reconstruction in the South, 1867-1877


Map 15.5 The Presidential Election of 1876


Is This a Republican Form of Government?


Give Me Liberty!

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This concludes the Norton Media Library

Slide Set for Chapter 15

AN AMERICAN HISTORY

THIRD EDITION

by

Eric Foner


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