Reconstruction Source Pack - 30 Primary / Secondary Sources

Reconstruction Source Pack - 30 Primary / Secondary Sources
Reconstruction Source Pack - 30 Primary / Secondary Sources
Reconstruction Source Pack - 30 Primary / Secondary Sources
Reconstruction Source Pack - 30 Primary / Secondary Sources
Reconstruction Source Pack - 30 Primary / Secondary Sources
Reconstruction Source Pack - 30 Primary / Secondary Sources
Reconstruction Source Pack - 30 Primary / Secondary Sources
Reconstruction Source Pack - 30 Primary / Secondary Sources
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This is a Source Pack I put together for my class's study of Reconstruction. This Source Pack includes both secondary and primary sources and includes the following sources:

Secondary Sources
- Excerpt, Michelle Alexander, The New Jim Crow
- Eric Foner, “Why Reconstruction Matters”
- Claire Parfait, “Reconstruction Reconsidered”
- Susan Opotow, “Moral Inclusion and Exclusion”

Assorted Primary Source Documents
- Thomas Nast, “The Emancipation of the Negroes” (January 24, 1863)
- Louisiana Black Codes (1865)
- Petition of Black Residents of Nashville (January 9, 1865)
- “The Late Convention of Colored Men,” New York Times (August 13th, 1865)
- “And Not This Man?” Harper’s Weekly (August 5, 1865)
- Sidney Andrews, The South Since the War (Boston, 1866)
- Assorted Photographs of the South after the Civil War (1864-1865)
- Thaddeus Stevens on Reconstruction, Speech (December 18, 1865)
- A Sharecropping Contract (1865)
- Scenes of the Memphis Massacre (May 1866)
- James E. Taylor, “Glimpses at the Freedmen – The Freedmen’s Union Industrial School, Richmond, VA” (September 22, 1866)
- “The First Vote” (November 16, 1867)
- Andrew Johnson, “Third Annual Message” (December 3, 1867)
- Howell Cobb to J.D. Hoover, Letter (January 4, 1868)
- Testimony Taken by the Joint Stock Committee to Inquire Into the Condition of Affairs in the Late Insurrectionary States: South Carolina, Volume 4 (1872)
- Civil Rights Speech of Robert B. Elliot of South Carolina in the House of Representatives (January 6, 1874)
- Thomas Nast, “Worse Than Slavery” Harper’s Weekly (October 24, 1874)
- “School Enrollment Rates Per 100 Population, by Race” U.S. Bureau of the Census, The Statistical History of the United States: From Colonial Times to the Present (1969)

Perfect for a DBQ or multiple DBQs.
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