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  1. Warm Up: Images Notes on Reconstruction – End of Slavery Quotes Review
  2. Reconstruction -North becomes weary of Reconstruction Become indifferent to South and focus on National issues -Republicans split over Grant scandals Appointed friends not experience Credit Mobilier Construction company working with Union Pacific Railroad – took large profits off the railroad government contracts Whiskey Ring IRS and other officials taking bribes from whiskey distilleries – costs govt. millions
  3. Reconstruction -Panic of 1873 Largest dealer of government securities goes bankrupt – leads to more banks and businesses closing. -Radicals have less and less control over South Liberal Republicans formed Southern whites vote democratic
  4. Compromise of 1877 -1876 election Grant decides to not run for a third term -Samuel Tilden and Rutherford Hayes run for election Tilden won the popular vote; didn’t have a majority of electoral votes (was missing one) – 20 other votes were disputed -No electoral winner Commission created to research the disputed votes – claims Hayes is the winner
  5. Compromise of 1877 -some southern votes are disputed 20 – bargain made that will lead to the end of Reconstruction. -Hayes is given all disputed electoral votes House of Representatives has to approve findings -Southern states threaten succession again
  6. Compromise of 1877 -1876 election Grant decides to not run for a third term -Samuel Tilden and Rutherford Hayes run for election Tilden won the popular vote; didn’t have a majority of electoral votes (was missing one) – 20 other votes were disputed -No electoral winner Commission created to research the disputed votes – claims Hayes is the winner some southern votes are disputed 20 – bargain made that will lead to the end of Reconstruction. -Hayes is given all disputed electoral votes House of Representatives has to approve findings -Southern states threaten succession again
  7. Compromise of 1877 -1876 election Grant decides to not run for a third term -Samuel Tilden and Rutherford Hayes run for election Tilden won the popular vote; didn’t have a majority of electoral votes (was missing one) – 20 other votes were disputed -No electoral winner Commission created to research the disputed votes – claims Hayes is the winner some southern votes are disputed 20 – bargain made that will lead to the end of Reconstruction. -Hayes is given all disputed electoral votes House of Representatives has to approve findings -Southern states threaten succession again
  8. Deal is Made -Compromise is made Hayes for President for Southern demands -Republican Hayes wins the election House of Representatives confirms Commissions findings -Northern troops are withdrawn from the south Louisiana and South Carolina – money to build a railroad from Texas to West Coast -Reconstruction ends Compromise of 1877
  9. Deal is Made -Home Rule of South reverses many advances The ability to run state government with out federal intervention. Laws to restrict the rights of African Americans – took out social programs, taxes, and closed public schools open to African Americans
  10. New Rules -Black Codes -Jim Crow laws Segregation laws – schools, hospitals, parks and transportation systems -Segregation Legal separation of whites and blacks in public and private settings -KKK- Ku Klux Klan – 1866 - TN political –get Republicans out of power economic –white supremacy social- originally started as a social club
  11. New Rules -Financial Control Attacked and destroyed property if working in anything, but Agriculture
  12. Segregation -decline in freedoms Black Codes -end of Freedmen’s Bureau -end of voting Jim Crow Laws – Poll tax will make it impossible to vote -little money KKK will attack African Americans who try to improve economic standings -southern leaders ignored the Constitution 14th & 15th Amendments
  13. Segregation -southern leaders ignored the Constitution U.S. v. Cruikshatik – Federal Government has no right to punish whites who oppress blacks. 14th & 15thAmendments Narrow interpretation by Supreme Court – Southern states will neglect enforcement
  14. New South -southern economy eventually emerged stronger than before the war -sharecropping replaced slavery Forced into it by KKK or as wage laborers -more industry Emerge in the South -better transportation Railroads begin being rebuilt -politically, whites were still in control and blacks were denied citizenship -”Solid South” emerged With Home Rule – South feels confident
  15. Quotes “We have built up your country. We have worked in your fields, and garnered your harvests, for two hundred and fifty years! Do we ask you for compensation….? We are willing to let the dead past bury its dead; but we ask you now for our rights.” Black Georgia Representative Henry Turner, 1868 “The Klan broke down my door, took me out of bed, took me to the woods and whipped me for thee hours or more and left me for dead.” Abram Colby, Georgia “The new South presents a perfect democracy…a hundred farms for every plantation…and a diversified industry that meets the complex need of this complex age.” Atlanta Journalist Henry Grady, 1896 “We believe you are not familiar with the description of the Ku Klux Klan’s riding nightly over the country….spreading terror wherever they go….we pray that you will take some steps to remedy these evils.” Report to Congress
  16. Quiz
  17. Who became President after Johnson finished Lincoln’s term and served two scandal filled terms?
  18. Name the agreement that was reached in order to prevent another possible secession or civil war?
  19. Name the two candidates in 1876 Presidential race?
  20. This term describes the reality of the south being once again controlled by white society while blacks were denied rights?
  21. What was the result of the agreement that let the Republican candidate win?
  22. Who wins the election after a disputed electoral count?
  23. These are the laws which officially began to segregate southern society?
  24. This group began to intimidate former slaves and deny them their rights?