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    CHAPTER SEVENTEEN: RECONSTRUCTION, 1863–1877

     

    The Defeated South

                Wealth

               

    Skin color

     

    Abraham Lincoln’s Plan

                10 % plan

     

    The Radical Republican Vision

                Wade-Davis Bill

     

                Pocket veto

     

                Special Field Order 15

     

                Freedman’s Bureau

     

    Andrew Johnson and Presidential Reconstruction

                Personal story

     

                Views on race

     

                13th Amendment

     

                Black codes

     

    Civil Rights Act (1866)

     

    14th Amendment

     

    Congressional Reconstruction and the Impeachment Crisis

                Reconstruction Act

     

                Tenure of Office Act

     

                Impeachment hearing

     

    The Election of 1868

                Ku Klux Klan

     

                15 Amendment

     

    Woman Suffrage and Reconstruction

                ASWA, NSWA

     

    “Moving About”

     

     

    The African American Family

     

     

    African American Churches and Schools

     

     

    Land and Labor after Slavery

                Sharecropping

     

                Tenant farming

     

    The Origins of African American Politics

                Union League

     

     

    Southern Republicans

                Carpetbaggers

     

                Scalawags

     

    White Resistance and “Redemption”

                KKK Act (1875)

     

                Civil Rights Act (1875)

     

                Supreme Court

     

    White Yeomen, White Merchants, and “King Cotton”

                “The New South”

     

    The Age of Capital

                RR, Irish, Chinese, Transcontinental RR

     

    Liberal Republicans and the Election of 1872

     

     

     

    The Depression of 1873

                Bad bonds

     

     

    The Electoral Crisis of 1876

                Compromise of 1877