Louisiana History Reconstruction Era Test Chapter 11. US History. Who became president of the United States after Lincoln’s assassination? Answer: Andrew Johnson. Who served as the Republican candidate for president of the United States in 1876? Answer: Rutherford B. Hayes.
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Who became president of the United States after Lincoln’s assassination?
Answer: Andrew Johnson
Who served as the Republican candidate for president of the United States in 1876?
Answer: Rutherford B. Hayes
Who was the first black elected to statewide office in Louisiana?
Answer: Oscar Dunn
Who assassinated President Abraham Lincoln?
Answer: John Wilkes Booth
Who served as chairman of a group known as the Unification Movement
Answer: P. G. T. Beauregard
Who was declared governor of Louisiana by President Ulysses S. Grant?
Answer: William P. Kellogg
Who became the first African American governor of any state?
Answer: P. B. S. Pinchback
Who served as military governor of Louisiana?
Answer: Philip Sheridan
Who served as the Democratic candidate for president of the United States in 1876?
Answer: Samuel J. Tilden
Who was responsible for the creation of Red River Parish?
Answer: Marshall Twitchell
Who was referred to as “Louisiana’s carpetbagger governor” because he was born in Illinois?
Answer: Henry Clay Warmoth
Who was a Union supporter who became governor of Louisiana after Michael Hahn?
Answer: James Madison Wells
Which statement does NOT correctly describe Lincoln’s or Johnson’s plan for Reconstruction?
Lincoln’s plan was more lenient than Johnson’s.
Johnson’s plan allowed former Confederates to get their land back without taking an oath of allegiance.
Lincoln’s plan allowed states to return to the Union when 10 percent of the people who had voted in 1860 signed an oath of loyalty.
Johnson’s plan allowed states to reenter the Union when they ratified the 14th Amendment.
What group was NOT prominent in Louisiana’s Republican Party after the Civil War?
A. former slaves
B. free people of color
What might happen to freedmen who did NOT sign labor contracts to work on plantations?
A. They might be paid lower wages.
B. They might be returned to slavery.
C. They might be kept from getting a job.
D. They might be forced to work for certain people.
Originally, what was the Freedmen’s Bureau to do to help former slaves?
A. Provide food
B. Provide land
C. Provide jobs
D. Provide schools
Which argument was given by white southerners to deny former slaves the right to vote?
A. They were illiterate.
They would sell their votes.
They did not keep up on current events.
They were not ready for citizenship.
During Radical Reconstruction, how many military districts were established in the South?
Why did the loyalty oath required under Radical Reconstruction disfranchise more former Confederates?
Former Confederates would not swear loyalty to a government that did not include them.
Former Confederates would not swear loyalty to a government that did not support slavery.
Former Confederates could not meet residential requirements to vote since they were away from home during the war.
Former Confederates could not swear that they had always been loyal to the United States.
In 1868, what provision was added to Louisiana’s constitution for the first time?
A. a bill of rights
B. suffrage for all black citizens
C. an oath of loyalty to the United States
D. the popular election of the state’s governor
Which statement does constitution for the first time?NOT describe conditions in Louisiana after the Civil War?
A. The land was barren.
B. The economy was stalled.
C. There was no money to buy goods.
D. Former planters were in federal prisons.
Which statement constitution for the first time?BEST describes newly freed slaves in Louisiana after the Civil War?
A. They had a better life.
B. They became large landowners.
C. They continued to live in poverty.
D. They were politically more powerful.
What term is associated with the rebuilding of the South after the Civil War?
What was the purpose of the Returning Board? after the Civil War
A. It returned rights to former slaves.
B. It approved the qualifications of political candidates.
C. It checked the results of the 1868 presidential election.
D. It could throw out the votes from any place if fraud was suspected.
B. Baton Rouge
C. New Orleans
A. It brought Reconstruction to an end.
B. It kept the Republican Party in power.
C. It made a Democrat president of the United States.
D. It was the most corrupt election in United States history.
What did the national government agree to do to ensure the election of Rutherford B. Hayes?
Restrict the voting rights of blacks
Provide tax money to rebuild the South after the war
Send troops to keep former Confederates from voting
Remove federal troops from the South
What was the name of the system in which a planter provided the land, tools, a cabin, and a share of the profits in return for a farmer providing the labor to raise a crop?
A. crop lien system
B. farm supplement
C. profit sharing
What was the system whereby workers and planters bought the current year’s supplies on credit and paid for the items when their crop was sold?
A. cash crop
B. crop lien
C. installment plan
A. To give the freedmen the right to vote
B. To increase the power of the office of governor
C. To address the demands of the radical Republicans
D. To take power away from the state lawmaking body
What was the purpose of the Black Code? reopened?
A. To give blacks the right to vote
B. To provide a bill of rights for freedmen
C. To provide a free, public education for freedmen
D. To restrict the actions and movement of freedmen
Why were former Confederates unable to vote during the period of military Reconstruction?
A. They were in jail because of their participation in the war.
B. They could no longer meet the property requirement to vote.
C. They were no longer considered citizens of the United States.
D. They were unable to swear that they had been loyal to the Union.
Under Andrew Johnson’s plan for Reconstruction, what did the southern states have to do to be readmitted to the Union?
They had to ratify the 13th Amendment.
They had to ratify the 12th Amendment.
They had to ratify the 14th Amendment.
They had to ratify the 15th Amendment.