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PEDS for Chapter 4 3-4. Gettysburg Address. P- Abraham Lincoln (President) delivered speech. E- it remade America, united people. D- United the north and the south after the battle of Gettysburg. S- after the battle of Gettysburg, very short but powerful. It affected a lot of people. .

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gettysburg address
Gettysburg Address
  • P- Abraham Lincoln (President) delivered speech.
  • E- it remade America, united people.
  • D- United the north and the south after the battle of Gettysburg.
  • S- after the battle of Gettysburg, very short but powerful. It affected a lot of people.
vicksburg
Vicksburg
  • P- Ulysses S. Grant was union general
  • E- food supplies and other supplies ran low.
  • D- confederate and union.
  • S- Union’s victory.
william tecumseh sherman
William Tecumseh Sherman
  • P- commander of the military division of the Mississippi.
  • E- he and Grant changed the course of the war.
  • D- north could afford casualties south couldn’t
  • S- total war, killing and destroying everyone and everything.
appomattox court house
Appomattox Court House
  • P- where they surrendered, confederates lose the war. Union’s victory.
  • E- after four long years the war is over.
  • D- ending of war, loss of confederacy.
  • S- happened in a courthouse with Lee surrendering to Grant.
13 th amendment
13th Amendment
  • P: Emancipation Proclamation and Lincoln
  • E: Those with slaves lost free labor
  • D: affected Confederate states Union held
  • S: slaves were freed
john wilkes booth
John Wilkes Booth
  • P: assassinated Lincoln
  • E: lost president
  • D: proved his point for hating Lincoln by killing him
  • S: Southerners who also hated Lincoln were happy
freedman s bureau
Freedman’s Bureau
  • P: Robert G. Fitzgerald, established byCongress
  • E:legal protection, food, and clothing
  • D: southerners mad
  • S: provided food for many people
radical republicans
Radical Republicans
  • P: republicans in congress, led by senator Charles Sumner
  • E: destroy political power of former slave holders
  • D: north and south many different views
  • S: would affect many former slave holders
14 th amendment
14th amendment
  • P: congress arena
  • E: prevented states from denying nags & privleges to U.S. afien.
  • D:draftea to shift the control of the reconswction process.
  • S:affela V.S citizen
15 th amendment
15th Amendment
  • P: by vadicals, voring, deasivns.
  • E: more people could vote.
  • D: ratfira by states in 1870.
  • S: no one can be kept from voting.
scalawag
Scalawag
  • P: repvbllcan party
  • E: small farmers who wantea to imprae there economic posltion.
  • D: angereel them
  • S: white southerners
carpetbagger
Carpetbagger
  • P: move to norm after war.
  • E: the carpet baggers didn’t have much.
  • D:double-sided
  • S: northerners who moved to the south after the war they had few beiongings.
hiram revels
Hiram Revels
  • P: first African American senator.
  • E: only 16 in the congress were African American.
  • D: African/ Caucasion racism
  • S: First African American senator.
sharecropping
Sharecropping
  • P: system of sharecropping.
  • E: without land, African Americans and the poor couldn’t provide.
  • D: Sharing land with households.
  • S: landowners divided their land and had a household on each.
klu klux klan
Klu Klux Klan
  • P: wanted to destroy republican party.
  • E: throw out reconstruction, aid planters act, & hated African Americans.
  • D: Had many acts to fight against the KKK.
  • S: Killed 20,000 men, women, and children.
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