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The Reconstruction of the U.S.

The Reconstruction of the U.S.
The Reconstruction of the U.S.
The Reconstruction of the U.S.
The Reconstruction of the U.S.
The Reconstruction of the U.S.
The Reconstruction of the U.S.
The Reconstruction of the U.S.
The Reconstruction of the U.S.
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Present History traces the issues and evens of Reconstruction and the consequences of the rise of white supremacy in the South and the meaning of freedom to both the North and the South. This AP-level presentation begins with the important questions that Reconstruction needed to address and includes Lincoln's "10 Percent" plan of Presidential Reconstruction, the Thirteenth Amendment, Congressional Reconstruction, Black Codes, vagrancy laws and labor contracts, Johnson's clash with Congress over his use of the veto, the Civil Rights Bill and the Fourteenth Amendment as a reaction to Dred Scott, the Freedman's Bureau and the Union League, the Fifteenth Amendment, African-American political activism at the state levels, Hiram Revels, Blanche K. Bruce, Robert Smalls, southern attempts to disfranchise black voters, poll taxes and literacy tests, the U.S. Supreme Court as an obstacle to civil rights, and Plessey v. Ferguson. Be sure to check out "U.S. History Complete Set, Volume I" and "U.S. History Complete Set, Volume II" for all of Present History's U.S. history presentations.
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26 pages
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Teaching Duration
50 minutes
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