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Date Created: 08/28/16
History 1302 08/25/2016 Reconstruction 1863-1877 Psychological reconstruction of the nation 1865  Wartime reconstruction.- Lincoln (assassinated in 1865) encourages emigration (Republican) o Proclamation of amnesty and reconstruction of south o Required oath of allegiance and abolition of slavery o Implemented in Louisiana, Arkansas and Tennessee 1864 o It began in earnest elsewhere- 1865 o Republicans wanted to free the slaves o Wade Davis reconstruction bill, 1864 (vetoed by Lincoln)  Andrew Johnson and reconstruction o Radical republicans thought they could get Lincoln out of the way o Johnson pursued: blanket amnesty for all but the highest ranking confederates o Proclamation for drafting of new state constitution o Exclude both classes from reconstruction o Cothressional republicans wanted blacks involved o 13 amendment abolishes slavery o Southern states passed “black codes” fall 1865 o Quasi-slavery  Black codes o Control blacks so they won’t claim social equality o Freedmen’s Bureau - 1865- Oversaw relations slave-owners o Distributing land and making black schools  The advent of congressional reconstruction o By the end of 1865, republicans determined to take control o Cothlict ensued between congress and the president (equal rights) o 14 amendment- 1865 (most active one) equality  The impeachment of Andrew Johnson – 1867 o Violated tenure of office act- 02/1868 (vetoed his decision of removing frth office anyone who had been appointed by president) o 15 amendment- banning race-based voting qualifications  Election of 1868 o Ulysses s. Grant won


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