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The Expansion of the Franchise

The Expansion of the Franchise

The Expansion of the Franchise. The Franchise. The right to vote has expanded drastically since the first elections Originally the right to vote (or the franchise) was limited to white, male landowners (50 acres or more). The Expansion of the Franchise.

By paniz
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President Andrew Johnson

President Andrew Johnson

Objective: To analyze the importance of the presidency of Andrew Johnson. Do Now: How is Pres. Johnson’s reconstruction plan similar to Lincoln’s 10% Plan and Congress’ Wade-Davis Bill?. President Andrew Johnson. President Andrew Johnson.

By walter
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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
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Bellringer

Bellringer

Bellringer. Chapter 4, Section 3 Extending the Bill of Rights. I . Protecting All Americans ( pages 109–112) A. At first, the Bill of Rights applied only to adult white males. It also applied only to the national government, not to state or local governments. Later amendments and court

By havard
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The Thirteenth Amendment

The Thirteenth Amendment

The Thirteenth Amendment. By: Kortnie Starr and Haylie Smiles. What is the 13 th amendment. It is the 13 th Amendment added to the constitution. It states that no one can be a slave or enslaved. Congress has the power to enforce this article by appropriate legislation.

By enoch
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Thirteenth Amendment

Thirteenth Amendment

Thirteenth Amendment. 13 th. Ended/banned slavery. Fourteenth Amendment. 14th. Citizenship to Blacks and full protection under the law (life, liberty & property). Fifteenth Amendment. 15th. Right to vote regardless of race, color or previous condition of servitude. . Black Codes.

By amber
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Suppose that you are an emancipated slave in the South at the end of the Civil War. What changes do you hope for your new life? Write about three ways you imagine your life will change now that you have your freedom. .

By gerry
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Constitution Day Scavenger Hunt Answers

Constitution Day Scavenger Hunt Answers

Constitution Day Scavenger Hunt Answers. List three goals of the Constitution (Preamble). Form a more Perfect Union Establish Justice Insure domestic Tranquility Provide for the Common Defense Promote the General Welfare Secure the Blessings of Liberty.

By davis
(197 views)

Chapter 11 Section 4

Chapter 11 Section 4

Chapter 11 Section 4. Devastation and Freedom. Battle of the Wilderness. May 1864 Intense fighting mostly in wooded areas So intense it set the wooded areas on fire Many of the wounded burned to death Thick smoke led to many instances of friendly fire. Battle of the Wilderness.

By benita
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Slavery

Slavery

Slavery. In the United States. Slavery: Basics. When the North American continent was first colonized by Europeans, the land was vast, the work was harsh, and there was a severe shortage of labor.

By jadyn
(189 views)

Racism

Racism

Racism. By: Mangpor. What is racism?. HISTORY. SLAVE TRADE. T he Thirteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution. Ku Klux Klan. Segregation. Civil Rights Act of 1964. 5 Types of Racism. Aware/Blatant. Aware/Covert. Unaware/Unintentional. Unaware/Self-Righteous.

By iola
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The Great Migration

The Great Migration

The Great Migration. Teapot Dome . Harlem Renaissance . Calvin Coolidge’s Business policies . Henry Ford. Emergency Quota Act of 1921 . Open Door Policy . WW I conscientious objector. Espionage and Sedition Acts . 1920s communism . Ku Klux Klan . John T. Scopes .

By sine
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3/26 - Reconstruction

3/26 - Reconstruction

3/26 - Reconstruction. I. 20 minutes – Civil War & Reconstruction worksheet II. 20 minutes – Notes on Reconstruction III. 20 minutes – Reconstruction Reading with questions. Reconstruction. Lincoln’s plan. Lincoln’s Reconstruction Plan

By verda
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Branden Lowery

Branden Lowery

Branden Lowery. The convict leasing system & the prison industrial complex. BackGround.

By axl
(185 views)

Senate Judiciary Committee

Senate Judiciary Committee

Senate Judiciary Committee. History of the Judiciary Committee. Was created in response to growing complexities in the American government

By keegan
(112 views)

Reconstruction

Reconstruction

Reconstruction. Lincoln’s Plans for Reconstruction. Political leaders had to decide how the Confederate states would be assimilated back into the U.S. What should be done with C.S.A. leaders? What to do with former slaves? How much punishment should be in place for the C.S.A.?

By hamish
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War and Reconstruction

War and Reconstruction

War and Reconstruction. I. Legal Disorder A. Secession B. Protest C. Labor D. The Laws of War II. Reconstruction A. Restoring Criminal Procedure B. Ending Slavery C. Civil Rights D. Political Rights III. Stemming Disunion A. Ku Klux Klan B. Aftermath. Secession.

By kay
(120 views)

Period 6

Period 6

Period 6. 2014/9/22. 13 th Amendment Slavery Abolished. It was proposed on January 31,1865 It was ratified on December 6, 1865. 13 th Amendment. Abolish slavery and involuntary servitude. Reconstruction.

By lovie
(112 views)

Chapter 9: Slavery without Submission, Emancipation without Freedom

Chapter 9: Slavery without Submission, Emancipation without Freedom

Chapter 9: Slavery without Submission, Emancipation without Freedom. Tiffany Benedicto March 21, 2014 CH S 245-14003. Gabriel Prosser-1800 Denmark Vasey-1822 Nat Turner-1831 Largest slave revolt in the US-near New Orleans in 1811. 400-500+ slaves participated

By cameron-humphrey
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American Studies I CP

American Studies I CP

American Studies I CP. Chapter 11 Section 4. Grant takes control. 1864 Confederate had a plan Hold on and keep the Union out of Richmond There was going to be an election in November If we can subsist… we may have peace. Battle of the Wilderness. Grant on his way to Richmond

By vielka-diaz
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