Reconstruction - Timeline - 1865-1877

Reconstruction - Timeline - 1865-1877
Reconstruction - Timeline - 1865-1877
Reconstruction - Timeline - 1865-1877
Reconstruction - Timeline - 1865-1877
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Anticipating the war to eventually end, President Abraham Lincoln announces his reconstruction plan. It offers general amnesty to all white Southerners who take an oath of future loyalty and accept wartime measures abolishing slavery.

By the end of the American Civil War, the South was economically and physically devastated. The plantation system was crippled, slavery had been abolished (so the work force was no longer available), the infrastructure was destroyed, and in many places the people were without food and in some cases starving. The South was totally at the Union’s disposal for goods and services and a deep hatred of the North still existed.

The task ahead was to create a single unified country that would be governed with a strong centralized government. The issue of state's rights was dead. The country now entered the into a rebuilding period called the Reconstruction Era.

The United States eventually emerged as an industrial nation with a with a much stronger sense of nationalism and the beginning of western migration onto lands increasingly opened to settlement.

Effects of Civil War
Lincoln’s 10% Plan
Wade-Davis Bill
The Freedman’s Bureau
Civil War Ends
Reconstruction Plan Implemented
Southern States Reaction
Freedman’s Bureau Act
Civil Rights Act of 1866
Memphis Race Riot
14th Amendment Proposed
2nd Freedmen’s Bureau Act
New Orleans Race Riot
Johnson’s Public Relations Fiasco
1866 National Elections
1st Reconstruction Act
2nd Reconstruction Act
3rd Reconstruction Act
10 Unreconstructed States
4th Reconstruction Act
Congress Impeaches President Johnson
Senate Acquits Johnson
Ulysses S. Grant Elected President
“Redeemer” Governments
15th Amendment Proposed
Texas v. White
Seven Unreconstructed States
15th Amendment Adopted
1st Enforcement Act
2nd Enforcement Act
Ku Klux Klan Act
Grant re-elected
Redeemer Government in TX
1874 Elections
Civil Rights Act of 1875
Redeemer Government in MS
Rutherford Hayes Elected President
Redeemer Governments Elected in SC, FL, & LA
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Reconstruction - Timeline - 1865-1877
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Reconstruction - Timeline - 1865-1877
Reconstruction - Timeline - 1865-1877
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