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  1. Reconstruction (1865-1877) A Nation United

  2. **NORTH’S ECONOMY • Northern and Midwest economy booming because of war profits. • Northerners sought to expand markets. • Northern factory owners had become rich off of the war. • Would lead to the Industrial Revolution

  3. TRANSCONTINENTAL RR1869

  4. **TRANSCONTINENTAL RR • COMPLETED IN 1869 • SPURRED WESTWARD EXPANSION • MOVED SETTLERS BETWEEN THE MISSISSIPPI RIVER AND THE PACIFIC OCEAN

  5. Transcontinental Railroad

  6. **SOUTH’S ECONOMY • The South’s economy was ruined: sharecropping grew as labor system-poor tenant farming. • Thousands of acres of farmland had been destroyed in total war • Poorest section of the US for decades • Atlanta and Richmond ruined-largest cities in the South

  7. Sharecropping

  8. Ruined South

  9. Ruined South

  10. **CARPETBAGGERS • Northerners who came South to take advantage of economic conditions- • Called “carpetbaggers”

  11. **President Lincoln’s Plan • BELIEVED THAT THE ATTEMPTED SECESSION WAS ILLEGAL BUT DID NOT WANT THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT TO PUNISH THE SOUTH • HE WANTED RECONSTRUCTION TO QUICKLY RESTORE LEGITIMATE STATE GOVERNMENTS THAT WERE LOYAL TO THE UNION

  12. ***LINCOLN’S QUOTE • HE SAID REGARDING THE SOUTH-THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT SHOULD ACT “WITH MALICE TOWARDS NONE AND CHARITY FOR ALL… TO BIND UP THE NATION’S WOUNDS”

  13. BELIEVED IN AGGRESSIVELY GUARANTEEING VOTING AND OTHER CIVIL RIGHTS TO AFRICAN AMERICANS **WANTED TO PUNISH THE SOUTH **CLASHED WITH JOHNSON OVER CIVIL RIGHTS FOR FREED SLAVES **IMPEACHED HIM-FAILED TO REMOVE FROM OFFICE **RADICAL REPUBLICANS

  14. **Reconstruction Act of 1867-SAD-by Radical Republicans SAD FOR THE SOUTH • S-Set up requirements for readmission to the Union • A-abolished state governments approved by Lincoln and Johnson • D-Divided the Southern States into 5 military districts.

  15. 5 MILITARY DISTRICTS

  16. **13th Amendment-ABOLISHED SLAVERY • Neither slavery nor involuntary servitude, except as punishment for crime whereof the party shall have been duly convicted, shall exist within the United States or any place subject to their jurisdiction. • Congress shall have power to enforce this article by appropriate legislation.

  17. **14th Amendment- EQUAL RIGHTS TO ALL • STATES ARE PROHIBITED FROM DENYING EQUAL RIGHTS UNDER THE LAW TO ANY AMERICAN (BLACK CITIZENS)

  18. **15th Amendment VOTING RIGHTS TO BLACK MALES • The right of citizens of the United States to vote shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or by any state on account of race, color, or previous condition of servitude. • The Congress shall have power to enforce this article by appropriate legislation. • Women’s rights groups were furious that they were not granted the vote!

  19. President Ulysses S. Grant

  20. M-MILITARY OCCUPATION ENDED IN SOUTH IN RETURN-SUPPORT IN ELECTORAL COLLEGE FROM SOUTHERN DEMOCRATS FOR REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE FOR PRESIDENT-RUTHERFORD B. HAYES. C-FORMER CONFEDERATESABLE TO GAIN CONTROL OF DEMOCRATIC PARTY J-“JIM CROW” ERA BEGAN-LAWS DISCRIMINATING AGAINST BLACKS IN THE SOUTH-TOTAL WHITE CONTROL OF THE SOUTH-EX. VOTING POLL TAXES, LITERACY TESTS,LYNCHINGS, AND THE RISE OF THE KKK. **COMPROMISE OF 1877-MCJ

  21. The “Invisible Empire of the South”

  22. OPPOSED PUNISHING THE SOUTH ELECTED PRESIDENT-SERVED DURING RECONSTRUCTION **ULYSSES GRANTAFTERMATH

  23. URGED SOUTHERNERS TO RECONCILE PRESIDENT WASHINGTON AND LEE UNIVERSITY EMPHASIZED EDUCATION FOR NATION’S FUTURE **ROBERT E. LEE -AFTERMATH

  24. SUPPORTED EQUALITY FOR AFRICAN AMERICANS IN 14TH & 15TH AMENDMENTS ENCOURAGED GOVERNMENT TO HELP FREEDMEN IN SOUTH SERVED AS AMBASSADOR TO HAITI AND IN CIVIL SERVICE **FREDERICK DOUGLASS-AFTERMATH

  25. DID THE CIVIL WAR DECIDE THE ISSUE OF NULLIFICATION(VOIDING ACTS OF CONGRESS?