Civil War Reconstruction: Worksheet/Printable-use w/"Reconstruction: PowerPt2"

Civil War Reconstruction: Worksheet/Printable-use w/"Reconstruction: PowerPt2"

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Andrew Johnson, 17th President of USA, 1865-1869.  Was Vice President when Abe Lincoln was president. Andrew Johnson was the 1st American President to be impeached, May 4, 1869 due to his lenient Reconstruction policies and his vetoing of Reconstruction acts.

Andrew Johnson, President of USA, Was Vice President when Abe Lincoln was president. Andrew Johnson was the American President to be impeached, May 1869 due to his lenient Reconstruction policies and his vetoing of Reconstruction acts.

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Quotes About Love For Him : QUOTATION - Image : As the quote says - Description I am currently under construction. Thank you for your patience.

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After the Civil War, the federal government set conditions for the former Confederate states to be readmitted to the Union, beginning a period known as the Reconstruction. Chief among these was the requirement that those states had to ratify the 13th and 14th Amendments to the Constitution, which abolished slavery and guaranteed political rights for former slaves. The Reconstruction Acts of 1866 divided those states into five military districts occupied by federal troops.

After the Civil War, the federal government set conditions for the former Confederate states to be readmitted to the Union, beginning a period known as the Reconstruction. Chief among these was the .

The Reconstruction Acts of 1867 laid out the process for readmitting Southern states into the Union. The Fourteenth Amendment provided former slaves with national citizenship, and the Fifteenth Amendment granted black men the right to vote.

The Reconstruction Acts of 1867 laid out the process for readmitting Southern states into the Union. The Fourteenth Amendment provided former slaves with national citizenship, and the Fifteenth Amendment granted black men the right to vote.

“‘This Is a White Man’s Government.’ We regard the Reconstruction Acts (so called) of Congress as usurpations, and unconstitutional, revolutionary, and void.’—Democratic Platform.” Harper’s Weekly, September 5, 1868, page 568.

“‘This Is a White Man’s Government.’ We regard the Reconstruction Acts (so called) of Congress as usurpations, and unconstitutional, revolutionary, and void.” Harper’s Weekly, September page

In early 1867, Congress passed the Military Reconstruction Act. The plan divided the South into five military districts, each of them governed by a general supported by federal troops. The Congress...

In early Congress passed the Military Reconstruction Act. The plan divided the South into five military districts, each of them governed by a general supported by federal troops. The Congress.

With the Radical Republicans fully in control of Congress after the mid-term elections of 1866, they quickly passed the Military Reconstruction Acts of 1867. These acts divided the south into five military districts. Each district was placed under military leadership and new elections were held with voting only allowed by Congress' approved voters, which were mostly former slaves. Each state was also required to ratify the 13th and 14th Amendments after drafting new state constitutions.

With the Radical Republicans fully in control of Congress after the mid-term elections of 1866, they quickly passed the Military Reconstruction Acts of 1867. These acts divided the south into five military districts. Each district was placed under military leadership and new elections were held with voting only allowed by Congress' approved voters, which were mostly former slaves. Each state was also required to ratify the 13th and 14th Amendments after drafting new state constitutions.

During the first two years after the Confederate surrender, Southern states tried to limit the rights of freedmen through laws known as "Black Codes." In response, Congress passed several Reconstruction Acts, starting in March 1867. The Freedmen's Bureau distributed this May 1 circular in the Richmond area. It instructed officers and agents to inform freedmen of their rights, especially their right to vote.

During the first two years after the Confederate surrender, Southern states tried to limit the rights of freedmen through laws known as "Black Codes." In response, Congress passed several Reconstruction Acts, starting in March 1867. The Freedmen's Bureau distributed this May 1 circular in the Richmond area. It instructed officers and agents to inform freedmen of their rights, especially their right to vote.

The Civil War: Gen. Gordon and the Battle of Antietam, bloodiest day in history. General John B. Gordon, confederate general

Major General John Brown Gordon (February 1832 – January was one of…

Andrew Johnson (December 29, 1808 –  July 31, 1875) was the 17th President of the United States (1865–1869). As Vice President of the United States in 1865, he succeeded Abraham Lincoln following the latter's assassination. Johnson then presided over the initial and contentious Reconstruction era of the United States following the American Civil War.   Born   December 29, 1808   Raleigh, North Carolina, U.S.   Died   July 31, 1875 (aged 66)   Elizabethton, Tennessee,

Andrew Johnson U. President Andrew Johnson was the President of the United States, serving from 1865 to Johnson became president as he was Vice President at the time of President Abraham Lincoln's assassination. Wikipedia no vp

Collection of interesting pictures I found over the years, Part 31: Leaders

Collection of interesting pictures I found over the years, Part 31: Leaders

Collection of interesting pictures I found over the years, Part Leaders (love the sled picture!

Erected in 1599, The Globe was London’s first theater built by and for actors. As one of seven shareholders in the company that commissioned it (not to mention the company’s chief playwright), Shakespeare probably had some say in the theater’s design. He wrote many of his plays, from Julius Caesar on, with this venue in mind. To quote the bard, "O for a muse of fire!" Henry V

Erected in The Globe was London’s first theater built by and for actors. To quote the bard, "O for a muse of fire!" Henry V.

SOUTH CAROLINA "BLACK CODES"  |  1865: Following the war, South Carolina rewrites the State Constitution in order to return to the Union. They restrict the Right to Vote and elect an all-White legislature that passes the “Black Codes,” which restrict rights of the newly Freed people.  Congress responds by passing the Reconstruction Acts, which require that the state rewrite the Constitution.

"Radical members of the first legislature after the war, South Carolina" · HERB: Resources for Teachers

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