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Reconstruction (1865-1877)

Reconstruction (1865-1877)

Reconstruction (1865-1877). When the war ended, the South was in ruins. homes were burned businesses closed properties abandoned freed African Americans lacked full citizenship and the means to make a living. Richmond, Virginia. The Dilemma of Reconstruction.

By Lucy
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Reconstruction

Reconstruction

Reconstruction. Work with a partner to discuss the term above and create a simple definition. Connect the term with the period after the Civil War. Be prepared to discuss as a class. Reconstruction Era…Imagine.

By benjamin
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Essential Question :

Essential Question :

Essential Question : What were the various plans to bring Southern states back into the Union and to protect newly-emancipated slaves? CPUSH Agenda for Unit 6.5 : Pop Quiz!  “Reconstruction” notes Today’s HW: 12.1 Unit 6 Test: Thursday, November 1.

By elina
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End slavery and protect newly emancipated slaves

End slavery and protect newly emancipated slaves

Reconstruction is the era from 1865 to 1877 when the U.S. government attempted to rebuild the nation after the Civil War. During Reconstruction, the government had to readmit the seceded Southern states back into the Union.

By paul2
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“ Jim Crow ” Segregation in the South

“ Jim Crow ” Segregation in the South

“ Jim Crow ” Segregation in the South. 1875 -1954. Southern Segregation. Segregation means to separate. After the end of slavery African Americans were segregated from whites in the US South. Segregated South. Southern States.

By Faraday
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Essential Question : What compromises were needed in order to create the U.S. Constitution?

Essential Question : What compromises were needed in order to create the U.S. Constitution?

Essential Question : What compromises were needed in order to create the U.S. Constitution? CPUSH Agenda for Unit 3.3 : “The Constitutional Convention” notes. The Articles of Confederation were intentionally weak in order to protect state & individual liberties.

By adamdaniel
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Slavery and Pre-Civil War

Slavery and Pre-Civil War

Slavery and Pre-Civil War. Unit 6: Chapter 15-Section 1. Slavery in Texas. 182,000 slaves in Texas in 1860 Prices varied…$ 100 to $ 2500 (= to about $35,000 today) Slaves didn’t have any rights …were considered property Only 5 % of Texans owned slaves…most were poor

By lihua
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THIS

THIS

THIS. IS. Jeopardy. Your. With. Host. Mr. Culver. Jeopardy. The North. The South. The West. Lincoln and Slavery. 100. 100. 100. 100. 200. 200. 200. 200. 300. 300. 300. 300. 400. 400. 400. 400. 500. 500. 500. 500. How did the Civil War affect the northern economy?.

By kina
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Describe this photograph.

Describe this photograph.

Focus Activity. Describe this photograph. 2) When and where do you think this picture was taken? Why do you think this?. 3) What were 3 things you think people living in this setting did in the years following this photograph?. The Civil War. 1861-1865.

By maylin
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LEARNING OBJECTIVES/ GOALS/ SWBAT

LEARNING OBJECTIVES/ GOALS/ SWBAT

STANDARD(S): 12.1 Students explain the fundamental principles and moral values of American democracy. LEARNING OBJECTIVES/ GOALS/ SWBAT Identify the Framers of the Constitution and discuss how they organized the Philadelphia Convention.

By faolan
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I. Constitutional Convention (1787 ):

I. Constitutional Convention (1787 ):

I. Constitutional Convention (1787 ):. Closed (not open to public) meeting between the delegates (representatives) from the 13 states. Meeting took place in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania between May 25 th and September 17 th , 1787.

By moriah
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Chapter 9

Chapter 9

Chapter 9. Launching the new Government. Chapter 9 Section 1. Washington Takes Office. I. Washington’s First Steps A. The Constitution does not explain how the President should govern from day to day B. Washington set several precedents for others to follow

By kaveri
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Plantation Owners

Plantation Owners

Plantation Owners. By Gage. Plantation Owners . Rich white men owned slaves and lots of land. . Plantation Owners. Plantation Owners controlled the South during the 1630’s through 1860’s. . Plantation Owners. In the Southern states of America . Plantation Owners .

By mildred
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Social Policy and the Political Process

Social Policy and the Political Process

Social Policy and the Political Process. What’s happening on Super Tuesday?. Grass-roots organizing on the Internet (advocacy group formation, use of listservs, web pages, and social networking sites). Building of social movements and powerful advocacy organizations.

By creighton
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Across Five Aprils

Across Five Aprils

Across Five Aprils. Chapter 1 Vocabulary. apathy. A teacher’s job is to break through the apathy of his or her students and make them interested in their subject. I was excited, by my fianc é was full of apathy while we listened to Beatles’ music.

By jayme
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For the next 8 info slides you had students take 15-20 facts on Lincoln assasination

For the next 8 info slides you had students take 15-20 facts on Lincoln assasination

For the next 8 info slides you had students take 15-20 facts on Lincoln assasination. Events Surrounding Death of Lincoln. Lincoln invited dozens of people to theater that night before the Harris’ accepted

By topper
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Reconstruction

Reconstruction

Reconstruction. 1865-77. Recap of the Civil War 1861-65. Causes of the Civil War Short Term Long Term. Recap of the Civil War 1861-65. Northern Strategy Southern Strategy. Recap of the Civil War 1861-65. Role of Slavery Primary goal was to “preserve the Union”

By nia
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Concept: Conflict and Change Individuals and Groups Rule of Law

Concept: Conflict and Change Individuals and Groups Rule of Law

SS8H6c Analyze the impact of Reconstruction on Georgia and other southern states, emphasizing Freedmen’s Bureau; sharecropping and tenant farming; Reconstruction plans; 13th, 14th, and 15th amendments to the constitution; Henry McNeal Turner and black legislators; and the Ku Klux Klan. Concept:

By tab
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Reconstruction and Industrialization

Reconstruction and Industrialization

Reconstruction and Industrialization. U.S. History Unit #9. Closure Question #1: Why was Reconstruction of the South likely to be a difficult process?.

By vanna
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Reconstruction

Reconstruction

Reconstruction. 1865-1877. Black Codes: Southern states passed black codes to keep power over former slaves.  Solution: Before states were readmitted, Congress made them pass a civil rights amendment and allow black men to vote.

By cian
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