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Reconstruction - Analyzing Reconstruction Museum Walk

Reconstruction - Analyzing Reconstruction Museum Walk •Analyzing Reconstruction, documents, questions, Jim Crow laws, Ku Klux Klan, Black Codes, lynching, black freedmen, challenges of Reconstruction for black freedmen, failure of Reconstruction, common core literacy and vocabulary

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Reconstruction & the Black Codes: Analyzing Reconstruction with Primary Sources

Reconstruction & the Black Codes: Analyzing Reconstruction with Primary…

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Reconstruction Task Cards - Black and White

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Reconstruction Task Cards and Recording Sheet

Reconstruction Era Reconstruction Task Cards and Recording Sheet for Student…

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Reconstruction Road to Rights Activity

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Reconstruction Foldable

This activity is designed to an illustrated foldable about Reconstruction. On…

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Reconstruction Word Wall without definitions - Black and White

Reconstruction Word Wall without definitions - Black and White • • 47 vocabulary words/terms/important people (26 pages) with images Terms include: • Ten Percent Plan • Reconstruction • Carpetbagers • Reconstruction Amendments • Ulysses S. Grant • and more! ★★ This word wall is a great addition to any classroom or bulletin board! Each page can be printed out on brightly colored paper, cut out, laminated, and displayed in your classroom!

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Reconstruction and its Competing Plans: Whose Should Be Followed?

Reconstruction and its Competing Plans: Whose Should Be Followed?This lesson is…

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Reconstruction Introduction Lesson

Reconstruction Introduction Lesson • Aim: What was America's goal for the South after the Civil War? How did this goal succeed or fail?This lesson introduces the sensitive topic of the Reconstruction Era to your students in a document-based station activity. Students will determine the goal of the United States for the South and the affect Reconstruction had on black American freedmen after the Civil War.