Reconstruction Word Wall. If you've ever wanted your students to have a visual representation of Reconstruction to help them understand the terminology better, then you're in the right place! This Reconstruction Word Wall resource has a combination of 100 terms, events, and names of famous individuals from this time period.
Here's What's Included:
1 page - "RECONSTRUCTION" title
50 pages with the following terms (2 per page):
Reconstruction, Benjamin Wade, Horatio Seymour, Abraham Lincoln, Civil Rights Act of 1866, Ku Klux Klan, Edwin Stanton, Mary Edwards Walker, 13th Amendment, 14th Amendment, 15th Amendment, Indian Appropriation Act, Great Chicago Fire, Mississippi Plan, Purchase of Alaska, Reconstruction Acts of 1867, Minor vs. Happersett, Louisiana Constitution of 1868, Plessy vs. Ferguson, Juneteenth, Jim Crow Laws, National Woman Suffrage Association, Salary Grab Act, Radical Republicans, Compromise of 1877, Horace Greeley, Redeemers, Hiram Revels, Panic of 1873, Home Rule, Exodusters, Hampton Roads Peace Conference, Suffragists, Sharecropping, Tennessee Readmission, Scalawag, Ten Percent Plan, Black Codes, Charles Sumner, Buffalo Soldiers, Copperheads, Freedman’s Bureau, Presidential Reconstruction, Impeach, Depression of 1873, Samuel J. Tilden, African-American Exodus to Kansas, Radical Reconstruction, Knights of the White Camelia, Lincoln’s Funeral Train, Carpetbaggers, Moderate Republicans, Grant Re-elected, Freedmen, Restoration, State-Suicide Theory, Conservative Republicans, 39th Congress, Alexander Stephens, Black Schools, Joint Committee on Reconstruction, Amnesty Proclamation, “Swing Around the Circle”, 40th Congress, First Reconstruction Act, Second Reconstruction Act, Third Reconstruction Acts, Civil Rights Act of 1875, Nathan Bedford Forrest, Lincoln Assassination, White Brotherhood, Schuyler Colfax, William “Boss” Tweed, Electoral Count Act of 1877, Slaveocracy, William Seward, The Conspirators, Blanche K. Bruce, Rutherford B. Hayes, Ulysses S. Grant, Andrew Johnson, Ex parte Milligan, Command of the Army Act, Robert Smalls, Tennessee Amendment Abolishing Slavery, Tenure of Office Act, Congressional Control Over Reconstruction, Union League, Compensation of Black Veterans, Southern Rebellion Declared Over, New Maryland Constitution, Troops Withdrawn from the South, Solid South, “Waving the Bloody Shirt”, Crédit Mobilier, “Treason, Bribery, or Other High Crimes and Misdemeanors”, Resumption Act of 1875, Southern Unionists, Wade-Davis Bill
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