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Reconstruction and the New South (1865-1896)

Reconstruction and the New South (1865-1896)

Chapter 17. Reconstruction and the New South (1865-1896). Essential Question. How did plans to unify the nation differ after the Civil War?. Reconstruction Debate. Main Idea: Government leaders disagreed about how Southern states could rejoin the Union

By shani
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Reconstruction

Reconstruction

Reconstruction. What were the effects of the Civil War? What happened to the South after the Civil War?. Questions following the Civil War. What to do with former slaves? Should Southerners be punished? What to do with the rebellious states?

By delila
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Reconstruction and the New South (1865-1896)

Reconstruction and the New South (1865-1896)

Chapter 17. Reconstruction and the New South (1865-1896). Essential Question. How did plans to unify the nation differ after the Civil War?. Reconstruction Debate. Main Idea: Government leaders disagreed about how Southern states could rejoin the Union

By nitesh
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…In the North …

…In the North …

Early Steps to Reunion 1. If you were a northerner , how would you view the south upon the end of the war & Lincoln’s assassination ? http:// www.youtube.com/watch?v=iSvG_gk2mZU 2. How did Lincoln’s assassination lead to further conflict?. …In the North ….

By sherri
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Reconstruction and the New South (1865-1896)

Reconstruction and the New South (1865-1896)

Reconstruction and the New South (1865-1896). Reconstruction Debate. Main Idea: Government leaders disagreed about how Southern states could rejoin the Union Southern states, because they had left the Union in 1861, needed to be readmitted

By tadita
(77 views)

Reconstruction

Reconstruction

Reconstruction. Re-unifying the USA. What was reconstruction?. Rebuilding the South after the Civil War Reconstruction would determine: How defeated the south was How free African Americans really were. Presidential Reconstruction. Lincoln’s Plan Amnesty – Loyalty oath 10% Plan

By arama
(208 views)

Bellwork – January 22

Bellwork – January 22

Bellwork – January 22. Put these events in the correct order: The Fifteenth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution goes into effect The U.S. Supreme Court hears the case of Plessy V. Ferguson The Ten Percent Plan for reconstruction of the South is developed

By colum
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Reconstruction Review

Reconstruction Review

Reconstruction Review. QUESTION 1. What was the 13 th Amendment?. Question 1. Amendment that abolished slavery by deeming it illegal. Question 2. What was the 14 th Amendment?. Question 2. Amendment that granted birth-right citizenship to all. Question 3.

By zahur
(121 views)

Rebuilding the South

Rebuilding the South

Rebuilding the South. 8 th Grade- U.S. History Standards Focus 8.11.3 Means: Explain the freedoms of and restrictions on African Americans after the Civil War. Matters: R econstruction policies initially helped freedpeople, but restrictions on their rights soon became common.

By tilly
(107 views)

Rebuilding the South

Rebuilding the South

Rebuilding the South. Section 1 Chapter 17. Focus Questions. What effect did the end of the Civil War have on African Americans in the South? How did President Lincoln, Congress, and President Johnson differ in their views on Reconstruction?. After the war, the South lay in ruins

By senona
(97 views)

Post 1865: Effects of the War

Post 1865: Effects of the War

Post 1865: Effects of the War. Effects of the War. Effects of the War. Library of Congress. Effects of the War. Library of Congress. Effects of the War. Effects of the War. Library of Congress. Effects of the War. Harpers Weekly. Effects of the War. Effects of the War.

By conan
(118 views)

American Reconstruction

American Reconstruction

American Reconstruction. Reconstruction of the Union. Before the end of the Civil War Lincoln outlined a plan for reuniting the union. A main goal was to win back the South’s loyalty. The announced plan was called The Ten Percent Plan.

By dasan
(189 views)

Rival Plans for Reconstruction

Rival Plans for Reconstruction

Rival Plans for Reconstruction. 12.1. Objectives. Explain why a plan was needed for Reconstruction of the South. Compare the Reconstruction plans of Lincoln, Johnson, and Congress. Discuss Johnson’s political difficulties and impeachment. Key Parts. The Issues of Reconstruction

By tait
(358 views)

The Politics of Reconstruction

The Politics of Reconstruction

The Politics of Reconstruction. Section 12-1 pp. 376-382. Lincoln’s Plan for Reconstruction. Reconstruction : Period of rebuilding the nation after the Civil War. Lincoln’s Plan for Reconstruction. Lincoln’s Plan (The Ten Percent Plan ) 10% of voters had to swear loyalty to the Union

By aulii
(158 views)

Welcome! May 28, 2014

Welcome! May 28, 2014

Welcome! May 28, 2014. Opening discussion Reflect on political parties/conflict. What do you know about those of the past and also in the current world? Homework: Read Chapter 18, Section 3. Complete GRW. Study for a possible quiz of the pop variety . Bell Ringer.

By mattox
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