HIST 2020 StudyGuide
HIST 2020 StudyGuide HIST 2020
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US SINCE 1877 EXAM STUDY GUIDE TIMELINE Chapter 15 1865-1877 -Chapter 16 & 17 Timeline 1865: Civil War ends April 8. will be posted Friday- Freedmen’s Bureau. Presidential Reconstruction after Civil War; President Lincoln assassinated, Andrew Johnson becomes president. Presidential Reconstruction begins. Black Codes are established (until 14 amendment 1867). 1866: Freedmen’s Bureau extended, Civil Rights Bill passed (both despite Johnson’s vetoes). 14 Amendment proposed. 1867: Reconstruction Act. Tenure of Office Act. 1868: Johnson violates Tenure of Office Act and is impeached (dismissed by one vote) Grant wins th 1868 election. 15 amendment. 1870-1871: Enforcement Acts to combat “use of terror” from KKK and other terrorist groups. 1873: Economic depression diverts Northerners’ attention away from blacks in the south. 1877: Hayes’ “Bargain of 1877” ends reconstruction. KEY TERMS AS DEFINED IN BOOK 1. Tenure of Office Act 2. Freedmen’s Bureau th 3. 13 Amendment 4. Black Codes 5. Dawes Act of 1877 6. Social Darwinism 7. Social Gospel 8. Laws of Contract 9. Gilded Age 10. Omaha Platform
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