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History 104 first week of notes

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American Civilization Since 1865
Kari Frederickson
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Date Created: 01/13/16
Reconstruction January 13, 2016 Two photos  Lee and Grant o Shaking hands to end the Civil War o 1865  George Bush o Taken on aircraft carrier with banner saying “Mission Accomplished” o 2006 o mission was not accomplished in Iraq, still going on today  Comparing the two photos saying things are still very hectic even after the photos were taking insinuating that the problems are solved o Just because war is over doesn’t mean conflict has ended o Legacy of those battles are still with us Reconstruction 1865-1877  In 1865 there was nothing to help rebuild o Not much involvement from the government  Only for mail or liquor  No FEMA or red cross, nothing to help people  Incredible property damage and no money to help rebuild o Confederate money was useless o Biggest form of wealth in south land and slaves  Wealthy, white, southerners were basically irrelevant after the war ended o Great inflation o Had to rely on community  Very hard to get around no transportation o South had little to no way to get around, not many railroads  Most were blown up during the war  Drought  750,000 people died during the war o boys as young as 13 were going off to war o if you made it home, you probably didn’t make it home in one piece  White Women o Chances for a good life are to marry into wealth  Whole life is getting married  Men o Want to become independent land owners  African Americans o Many moved to the city to get jobs/land, along with trying to find kin


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