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__________________________________ ___________ Synonym Describe the Word Vocabulary Word: Reconstruction Use the word in a __________________________________ ___________ Synonym Describe the Word Vocabulary Word: Reconstruction Use the word in a sentence: _________________________ __________ Draw a picture representing the meaning of the vocab word

Reconstruction The Rebuilding of the Union After the Civil War 1863 -1877 Reconstruction The Rebuilding of the Union After the Civil War 1863 -1877

The Emancipation Proclamation • The first step of Reconstruction. • Issued after the Battle The Emancipation Proclamation • The first step of Reconstruction. • Issued after the Battle of Antietam. (1862) • Freed all slaves located in Confederate States. • Those slaves were forever free. • Slaves & Freemen could join the military. • Took effect on January 1 st, 1863.

What is Slavery? “Slavery is enjoying the fruits of another man’s labor, without permission. What is Slavery? “Slavery is enjoying the fruits of another man’s labor, without permission. ”

How do you enjoy freedom? “Give us land then we can enjoy the fruits How do you enjoy freedom? “Give us land then we can enjoy the fruits of our labor. ” • Sherman began to set aside land in plots of 40 acres and gave out the worn down mules from the military

April 9, 1865 Appomattox Court House, Virginia April 9, 1865 Appomattox Court House, Virginia

“Blacks who have so heroically vindicated their manhood on the battle-field, where, in assisting “Blacks who have so heroically vindicated their manhood on the battle-field, where, in assisting to serve the life of the Republic, they have demonstrated in blood their right to the Ballot. ” “The restoration of the Rebel States to the Union must rest upon the principle of Civil and political equality of both races. ”

April th, 14 1865 April th, 14 1865

"Our country owed all her troubles to him, and God simply made me the instrument of his punishment"

Oh Captain! My Captain! Oh Captain! My Captain!

Lesson Objectives • • • What were the opposing views of Reconstruction in the Lesson Objectives • • • What were the opposing views of Reconstruction in the wake of the Civil War? Who supported these competing views and why? Was Reconstruction a success? Why or why not?

Virgil Caine is the name, and I served on the Danville train Virgil Caine is the name, and I served on the Danville train

'Til Stoneman's cavalry came and tore up the tracks again. 'Til Stoneman's cavalry came and tore up the tracks again.

In the winter of '65, We were hungry, just barely alive. In the winter of '65, We were hungry, just barely alive.

By May the tenth, Richmond had fell, it's a time I remember, oh so By May the tenth, Richmond had fell, it's a time I remember, oh so well,

Back with my wife in Tennessee, When one day she called to me, Back with my wife in Tennessee, When one day she called to me,

"Virgil, quick, come see, there goes Robert E. Lee!"

Now I don't mind choppin' wood, and I don't care if ma money's no Now I don't mind choppin' wood, and I don't care if ma money's no good. Ya take what ya need and ya leave the rest, But they should never have taken the very best.

Like my father before me, I’m a working man, Like my father before me, I’m a working man,

Like my brother before me, who took a rebel stand. Like my brother before me, who took a rebel stand.

He was just eighteen, proud and brave, But a Yankee laid him in his He was just eighteen, proud and brave, But a Yankee laid him in his grave.

The War Is Over? The War Is Over? "The countryside looked for many miles like a broad, black streak of ruin and desolation, the fences all gone, lonesome smokestacks surrounded by dark heaps of ashes and cinders. The fields along the road wildly overgrown by weeds, and here and there a sickly patch of cotton or corn cultivated by Negro squatters. " - Carl Schurz

Questions to be Answered during Reconstruction • How would the South rebuild its society Questions to be Answered during Reconstruction • How would the South rebuild its society and economy? • What would be the place in society of the freed blacks? • How would the southern states reenter the Union? • Who would be in charge, the President or Congress?

Conflicts Still Remain… Conflicts Still Remain…

North hopes to continue economic progress North hopes to continue economic progress

Southern Aristocracy still needed cheap labor supply Southern Aristocracy still needed cheap labor supply

Lincoln believed the southern states had never left the Union because the Constitution did Lincoln believed the southern states had never left the Union because the Constitution did not allow Secession

“With Malice toward none, with charity for all, with firmness in the right, as “With Malice toward none, with charity for all, with firmness in the right, as God gives us to see the right, let us strive on to finish the work we are in, to bind up the nation's wounds. ” Abraham Lincoln 2 nd Inaugural Address

Proclamation of Amnesty and Reconstruction 1863 • Full presidential pardons granted to most southerners Proclamation of Amnesty and Reconstruction 1863 • Full presidential pardons granted to most southerners who (1) took an oath of allegiance to the Union and US Constitution and (2) accepted the emancipation of slaves. • A state government could be reestablished as soon as 10% of the voters in that state took the loyalty oath

This 10% Plan was seen by many northerners as too lenient The Wade-Davis Bill This 10% Plan was seen by many northerners as too lenient The Wade-Davis Bill was a more harsh response passed by a Radical Republican led Congress.

With Lincoln’s untimely death, the conflict between the Presidency and Congress over Reconstruction erupted. With Lincoln’s untimely death, the conflict between the Presidency and Congress over Reconstruction erupted.

The Wrong Man at the Wrong Time • A white supremacist from Tennessee • The Wrong Man at the Wrong Time • A white supremacist from Tennessee • A Tailor by trade • Self-educated man • Became President after Lincoln’s Assassination

“Lick My Boots!” • Johnson changed plan from 10% to 51% • State Conventions “Lick My Boots!” • Johnson changed plan from 10% to 51% • State Conventions must pass the 13 th Amendment abolishing slavery • Added that if a Southerner who owned property worth $20, 000 or more they were excluded and must request a pardon personally before Andrew Johnson – Johnson hated this upper class of Southerners and blamed them for starting the war

Johnson’s Plan • Considered too lenient like Lincoln’s • Clause allowed president to grant Johnson’s Plan • Considered too lenient like Lincoln’s • Clause allowed president to grant pardons, which he did regularly to former southern statesmen (Who else would run the South? )

 • Johnson was willing to admit states once the portion that swore the • Johnson was willing to admit states once the portion that swore the loyalty oath had written a constitution and established a new government • The South rushed to form new governments that they would have a say in forming before the new Congress returned

The South’s Response – Black Codes • Many states passed laws restricting the rights The South’s Response – Black Codes • Many states passed laws restricting the rights of freedmen. • Vagrancy laws – forced former slaves to work for low wages for the same people who used to own slaves

Radical Republicans • Believed the South should be punished for starting the war • Radical Republicans • Believed the South should be punished for starting the war • Hoped to protect the rights of freed men – especially suffrage and free labor

Race Riots Break out in South • Increases great fear across North that Reconstruction Race Riots Break out in South • Increases great fear across North that Reconstruction is not working and freedmen are being exploited and attacked.

Election of 1866 “Waving the Bloody Shirt” • Angered by President Johnson’s policies and Election of 1866 “Waving the Bloody Shirt” • Angered by President Johnson’s policies and pardons many Radical Republicans were elected to Congress • Gave the Radicals enough power to override Johnson’s actions

“Congress alone can do it. . . Congress must create states and declare whether “Congress alone can do it. . . Congress must create states and declare whether they are to be represented. ” Thaddeus Stevens Charles Sumner

Johnson & Congress Clash • Congress extended the Freedmen’s Bureau over Johnson’s Veto • Johnson & Congress Clash • Congress extended the Freedmen’s Bureau over Johnson’s Veto • Passed over Johnson’s Veto, the Civil Rights Act of 1866 designed to grant freedmen full legal equality and undercut the Black Codes

Congress passed the Tenure of Office Act – Stated that the President could not Congress passed the Tenure of Office Act – Stated that the President could not fire any official approved by the Senate unless the Senate approved the firing.

Get Your Tickets! Get Your Tickets!

Johnson fired Secretary of War Edwin Stanton Andrew Johnson was impeached by the House Johnson fired Secretary of War Edwin Stanton Andrew Johnson was impeached by the House of Representatives but missed by two votes in the Senate to find him guilty

Radicals Make it Official 13 th Amendment – Abolished Slavery in the United States Radicals Make it Official 13 th Amendment – Abolished Slavery in the United States (1865) 14 th Amendment – defined citizenship to include freed blacks; guarantees due process of law and equal protection under law; Ties representation in the House to the proportion of male suffrage in a state’s population (overrides 3/5 clause. (1866) 15 th Amendment – gave the right to vote to any male, regardless of race (1870)

Reconstruction Act of 1867 • Divided South in to 5 military districts and placed Reconstruction Act of 1867 • Divided South in to 5 military districts and placed them under military rule • Required states to ratify the 14 th Amendment • Guaranteed freedmen the right to vote in conventions to write new state constitutions

“Custodians of Freedom!” • Equality Now Written into the Constitution! • The Federal government “Custodians of Freedom!” • Equality Now Written into the Constitution! • The Federal government now became the protector of Civil Rights • Aggrieved citizens would not appeal to the Federal government when their rights may had been violated • Enforcement Act – issued to enforce new rights (Secret Service expanded to oversee the enforcement)

1865 Freedmen’s Bureau • Established to educate newly freed slaves (Fisk, Howard University) • 1865 Freedmen’s Bureau • Established to educate newly freed slaves (Fisk, Howard University) • Feed those suffering after the war • Worked to help turn former slaves into wage earners – labor contracts

Freed Blacks rise to Government Positions during Radical Reconstruction Hiram Revels was 1 st Freed Blacks rise to Government Positions during Radical Reconstruction Hiram Revels was 1 st Black Senator First Black members of Congress

Realities and Responses to Reconstruction • Carpetbaggers - Republicans from the North who took Realities and Responses to Reconstruction • Carpetbaggers - Republicans from the North who took advantage of the broken South and packed their bags to gain politically and economically in the South • Scalawags – Term for “rascals”, Southerners who quickly converted to Republicans

One view of Reconstruction One view of Reconstruction

Changes in Southern Agriculture • Debt peonage – Planters signed former slaves to labor Changes in Southern Agriculture • Debt peonage – Planters signed former slaves to labor contracts in which planters gave money to laborers in exchange for work. Kept the freedman in constant debt. • Sharecropping – Farmers grew a crop on land owned by someone else in return for a percentage of the crop • Tenant Farmers – Farmers who paid rent to use of land

“This is an institution of Chivalry, Humanity, Mercy and Patriotism, “We hold this to “This is an institution of Chivalry, Humanity, Mercy and Patriotism, “We hold this to be a government of white embodying in its genius and its principles people, made and to be perpetuated for all that is chivalric in conduct, noble in the exclusive benefit of the white race, and sentiment, generous in manhood and … that people of African descent cannot patriotic in purpose. ” Our goals are “to be considered citizens of the United protect the weak, innocent and States, and that there can, in no event, nor defenseless, to protect and defend the under any circumstances, be any equality constitution of the United States. ” between white and other races. ”

Matching “We hold this to be a government of white people, made and to Matching “We hold this to be a government of white people, made and to be perpetuated for the exclusive benefit of the white race, and … that people of African descent cannot be considered citizens of the United States, and that there can, in no event, nor under any circumstances, be any equality between white and other races. ” “This is an institution of Chivalry, Humanity, Mercy and Patriotism, embodying in its genius and its principles all that is chivalric in conduct, noble in sentiment, generous in manhood and patriotic in purpose. ” Our goals are “to protect the weak, innocent and defenseless, to protect and defend the constitution of the United States. ”

The White’s “Social Club” • Ku Klux Klan – group that formed primarily in The White’s “Social Club” • Ku Klux Klan – group that formed primarily in the South in response to Congress’ pro-black legislation that promised to “defend the social and political superiority” of whites against the “aggressions of an inferior race. ”

The Klan • Led by former Confederate General Nathan Bedford Forrest • Used violence The Klan • Led by former Confederate General Nathan Bedford Forrest • Used violence and intimidation to prevent blacks from voting, holding office, and exercising their civil, political, and economic rights. • President Grant sent troops to the South to stop the domestic violence of the KKK • By 1876, white supremacists gain control over Southern states.

Reconstruction ends with a Compromise • Election of 1876 : Hayes versus Tilden • Reconstruction ends with a Compromise • Election of 1876 : Hayes versus Tilden • Election results were in dispute – Compromise – Rutherford B. Hayes would become president if he promised to remove federal troops from southern states.

The Fourteenth Amendment restrains only state action. And the fifth section of the Amendment The Fourteenth Amendment restrains only state action. And the fifth section of the Amendment empowers Congress only to enforce the prohibition on state action. The amendment did not authorize national legislation on subjects which are within the domain of the state. Private acts of racial discrimination were simply private wrongs that the national government was powerless to correct.

Which of the Following was an action supported by the radical Republicans during Reconstruction? Which of the Following was an action supported by the radical Republicans during Reconstruction? A. B. C. D. Sharecropping by Freedmen The Ku Klux Klan Freedman’s Bureau Black Codes