Civil War Reconstruction: Worksheet/Printable-use w/"Recon

Civil War Reconstruction: Worksheet/Printable-use w/"Reconstruction: PowerPt2"

Southern defiance of Reconstruction, depicted here by the three men thug with a club in his hand and bottle in his pocket; a Confederate soldier holding a dagger with the words "the lost cause" on it; and a wealthy man with "capital for votes" in his handtanding over a black man, who appears to have been holding a U.S. flag. In the background a black orphanage and school burn. The caption reads, "'We regard the Reconstruction Acts (so called) of Congress as unconstitutional and…

Southern defiance of Reconstruction, depicted here by the three men thug with a club in his hand and bottle in his pocket; a Confederate soldier holding a dagger with the words "the lost cause" on it; and a wealthy man with "capital for votes" in his handtanding over a black man, who appears to have been holding a U.S. flag. In the background a black orphanage and school burn. The caption reads, "'We regard the Reconstruction Acts (so called) of Congress as unconstitutional and…

After the Civil War, the federal government set conditions for the former Confederate states to be readmitted to the Union, beginning a period known as the Reconstruction. Chief among these was the requirement that those states had to ratify the 13th and 14th Amendments to the Constitution, which abolished slavery and guaranteed political rights for former slaves. The Reconstruction Acts of 1866 divided those states into five military districts occupied by federal troops.

After the Civil War, the federal government set conditions for the former Confederate states to be readmitted to the Union, beginning a period known as the Reconstruction. Chief among these was the requirement that those states had to ratify the 13th and 14th Amendments to the Constitution, which abolished slavery and guaranteed political rights for former slaves. The Reconstruction Acts of 1866 divided those states into five military districts occupied by federal troops.

Original history plays for students to act out. Kids love them! Topics include Anne Hutchinson, Thomas Paine, the Constitutional Convention, Andrew Jackson, the Alamo, and Reconstruction.

Original history plays for students to act out. Kids love them! Topics include Anne Hutchinson, Thomas Paine, the Constitutional Convention, Andrew Jackson, the Alamo, and Reconstruction.

Digital History..oh my where do I begin? The site contains resource guides for historical eras and topics. Each includes a historical overview, links to the relevant Digital History textbook chapters, bibliographies, classroom handouts, charts, chronologies, film guides,historic newspaper articles, primary source documents, lesson plans, historic maps, music, cartoons, quizzes, and images. {interactive} NICE

Digital History..oh my where do I begin? The site contains resource guides for historical eras and topics. Each includes a historical overview, links to the relevant Digital History textbook chapters, bibliographies, classroom handouts, charts, chronologies, film guides,historic newspaper articles, primary source documents, lesson plans, historic maps, music, cartoons, quizzes, and images. {interactive} NICE

on December 29, 1808, in Raleigh, North Carolina, Andrew Johnson became the 17th president of the United States upon the assassination of President Abraham Lincoln in April 1865. His lenient Reconstruction policies toward the South, and his vetoing of Reconstruction acts, embittered the Radical Republicans in Congress and led to his political downfall and impeachment, though he was

on December 29, 1808, in Raleigh, North Carolina, Andrew Johnson became the 17th president of the United States upon the assassination of President Abraham Lincoln in April 1865. His lenient Reconstruction policies toward the South, and his vetoing of Reconstruction acts, embittered the Radical Republicans in Congress and led to his political downfall and impeachment, though he was

SOUTH CAROLINA "BLACK CODES"  |  1865: Following the war, South Carolina rewrites the State Constitution in order to return to the Union. They restrict the Right to Vote and elect an all-White legislature that passes the “Black Codes,” which restrict rights of the newly Freed people.  Congress responds by passing the Reconstruction Acts, which require that the state rewrite the Constitution.

SOUTH CAROLINA "BLACK CODES" | 1865: Following the war, South Carolina rewrites the State Constitution in order to return to the Union. They restrict the Right to Vote and elect an all-White legislature that passes the “Black Codes,” which restrict rights of the newly Freed people. Congress responds by passing the Reconstruction Acts, which require that the state rewrite the Constitution.

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ASTRAGALUS - The herb is promoted to kill cancer cells, reduce the toxic effects of chemotherapy, help heal burns, protect against heart disease, fight the common cold, and help improve overall weakness. Proponents also claim astragalus can stimulate the spleen, liver, lungs, circulatory, and urinary system, and help treat arthritis, asthma, and nervous conditions. They further claim it can lower blood sugar levels and blood pressure.

The Civil War: Gen. Gordon and the Battle of Antietam, bloodiest day in history. General John B. Gordon, confederate general

The Civil War: Gen. Gordon and the Battle of Antietam, bloodiest day in history. General John B. Gordon, confederate general

Black Codes | Radicals Republicans passed the Reconstruction Act of 1867, part of ...

Black Codes | Radicals Republicans passed the Reconstruction Act of 1867, part of ...

In March 1867 Congress enacted the first Reconstruction Act, with which the eleven former Confederate states had to comply in order to regain Congressional representation. Among the law’s stipulations was a requirement for black manhood suffrage. All but three states conformed, even though the demand for black manhood suffrage was very unpopular among white Southerners. (In 1870 the 15th Amendment would constitutionally oblige Northern states and the three unreconstructed Southern states to…

In March 1867 Congress enacted the first Reconstruction Act, with which the eleven former Confederate states had to comply in order to regain Congressional representation. Among the law’s stipulations was a requirement for black manhood suffrage. All but three states conformed, even though the demand for black manhood suffrage was very unpopular among white Southerners. (In 1870 the 15th Amendment would constitutionally oblige Northern states and the three unreconstructed Southern states to…

“The First Vote,” depicting African American men voting in the South after the passage of the Reconstruction Acts of 1867  (Harper’s Weekly, November 16, 1867; Library of Congress)

“The First Vote,” depicting African American men voting in the South after the passage of the Reconstruction Acts of 1867 (Harper’s Weekly, November 16, 1867; Library of Congress)

Collection of interesting pictures I found over the years, Part 31: Leaders

Collection of interesting pictures I found over the years, Part 31: Leaders

Collection of interesting pictures I found over the years, Part Leaders Number 10 is the best.

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