28.3 Battle Over Reconstruction. Main Idea Congress and the president continue to fight over Reconstruction, while the South try to strip A.A. of their rights. Why It Matters Now The struggle for A.A. rights will continue well into the recent times. CA. Standards.
Download Policy: Content on the Website is provided to you AS IS for your information and personal use and may not be sold / licensed / shared on other websites without getting consent from its author.While downloading, if for some reason you are not able to download a presentation, the publisher may have deleted the file from their server.
Congress and the president continue to fight over Reconstruction, while the South try to strip A.A. of their rights.
Why It Matters Now
The struggle for A.A. rights will continue well into the recent times.
-If False, replace the words or statement with the correct one.
-prevented ex-CSA to control southern politics.
-Wanted to protect freedmen and give them the right to vote.
-Granted citizenship to A.A. and guaranteed civil rights to all except Native Americans.
How did President Johnson and Congress disagree over the policy of Reconstruction?
-If they do, they will have representation reduced.
-Once Radical Republicans took control of Reconstruction, it passed.
-Imposed military rule on states that rejected the 14th Amendment, place them in one of five military districts.
-Had to write new state constitution.
-All A.A. male right to vote.
-Soldiers helped register A.A. to vote.
-In five states black voters outnumbered white ones.
-Open public schools.
-Spread taxes evenly.
-Gave property rights to women.
-Rebuilt bridges, roads, and buildings due to war.
-16 in the House of Representatives from 1872-1901.
-Hiram Revels and Blanche K. Bruce, served in the Senate.
-Violated Tenure of Office Act.
-Escaped removal by one vote.
-Couldn’t vote or serve on juries.
-If couldn’t pay fines, sheriff could hire out A.A to whites who paid fines.
-Couldn’t work as anything but on farms and servants.
-Illegal to make or sell liquor.
-Couldn’t enter states without “good behavior” bond.
-Couldn’t sell farm products without permission from white employer.
In which ways did Southern whites react to the freedoms given to the African Americans?
-500,000 A.A. voted.
-Won 26 of 34 states.
-Radicals begin to lose power.
What did the 14th and 15th Amendment do?
-Content (What do you see)
-Citation (creator, more information on pg.430)
-Context (What is going around there, where is it happening)
-Connections (explain everything that is going on)
-Communication (What is the POV, bias)
-Conclusions (How does it help in your learning)