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History-Reconstruction

How did the disputed election of 1876 lead to the end of Reconstruction?

History-Reconstruction

I need to know the three main reasons the Reconstruction efforts to ensure equal rights to the Freedman failed?

History 1865 to 1945

I need some help with my history. What was some of the challenges and failure of Reconstruction for the Radical and Moderate Republicans? I know that the Reconstruction was thought to be a failure but what positive changes took place during this time? Thanks.

world history

Describe how Reconstruction was brought to an end by white terror and the Compromise of 1877. Had the process of Reconstruction been effective? Why, or why not?

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i wrote a history question a few days back, i think Ms.Sue gave me a link for it..i need that link, so can someone find that question for me..? the question is: Discuss the several plans for reconstruction and explain one success and one failure of reconstruction thanks a lot

American History

If Governor George Wallace Was Alive During Reconstruction, What Would His Plan For The South Be After The Civil War? I am taking on the roll of Wallace in a Reconstruction Roundtable and i need help answering this.

Texas History

Which of the following list of eras in Texas history in the correct order? a). Early Statehood,Spanish Texas,reconstruction,era of reform. b). mexican texas,spanish texas,civil war texas,the republic of texas. c). spanish texas, the republic of texas,reconstruction,era of ...

history

The ______________________________ signaled the end of the Reconstruction era and completed the repudiation of the idea, born during the Civil War and pursued during Congressional Reconstruction, of a powerful federal government protecting the rights of all citizens. help?

8th Grade History

Hey ppl, I need help PLZ!!!!! I have all of the info on The Reconstruction Plans of 1865-1877, I just need help to get the answer of Who's Reconstruction Plan was better??? Was it, Abraham Lincoln's, Andrew Johnson's, or The Radical Republicans????

U.S. history

What were the successes and failures of the reconstruction of the Civil War? http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reconstruction if you are talking about the period of reconstruction, some of the successes were three amendments passed the 13th 14th and 15th amendment which benefit ...

History

Which of the following list of eras in Texas history in the correct order? a). Early Statehood,Spanish Texas,reconstruction,era of reform. b). mexican texas,spanish texas,civil war texas,the republic of texas. c). spanish texas, the republic of texas,reconstruction,era of ...

Social Studies

Republicans in Congress easily overrode Johnson's vetoes and took charge of Reconstruction during? 1: Radical Reconstruction 2: Restoration 3: Congressional Reconstruction 4: Radical Rebuilding I believe the answer is #1...Is this correct?

georgia state history

Which of these would have been a goal of the Ku Klux Klan in the south during Reconstruction? A) making sure Reconstruction went smoothly B) assisting the scalawags and carpetbaggers C) ensuring that freedmen had the right to vote D) restoring southern Democrats to political ...

k-teacher

Assume the role of a Radical Republican Senator and argue the Radical Republican position of Reconstruction. For the Radical Republicans:  What were the challenges of Reconstruction?  What caused the failure of Reconstruction? o Assume the role of a moderate ...

American History

During the bitter struggle over reconstruction policy, Congress overrode Johnson;s veto of the a. bill extending the life of the Freeman's Bureau. b. bill intended to nullify the soth's black codes. c. Radical Reconstruction Act. d. Civil Rights Act.

TN History

how well did Tennessee deal with the four issues of Reconstruction; the status of its former Confederates, the restoration of the state government, economic reconstruction, and the status of former slaves? (Just one sentence would help me a lot... i know a lot of info but not ...

History

Why was President Lincoln unable to persuade Congress to accept his reconstruction plan? A- President Lincoln's plan did not allow Northerners to vote on the reconstruction act B- Congress believe that Freedmen bureau should be responsible for the reconstruction C- Congress ...

world history

help please.... why was the International Organizations important In history? Whay was the Reconstruction of Europe and Japan important in history?

History

my question is this: Discuss the several plans for reconstruction and explain one success and one failure of reconstruction i don't know about the first part. but here's what i think about the successes and failures one success: Republicans carried out their two main goals, to...

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question? Full Reconstruction proved to be a failure. Reconstruction - as defined - was the process of restoring the Confederate states, while integrating Western states, into the Union (without slavery) following the Civil War.Can anyone help with some reasons why "full ...

history

1. Which of the following best describes the conservation democrats in s.c during reconstruction? a. They favored small land owners and workers b. They were wealthy and formerly confederate leaders** c. they believed in social equality between races d. they wanted a stronger ...

HISTORY

Which series of events is in the correct chronological order? Plessy v. Ferguson, ratification of the 14th Amendment, end of Reconstruction ratification of the 14th Amendment, end of Reconstruction, Plessy v. Ferguson ratification of the 14th Amendment, Plessy v. Ferguson, end...

History

How did the presidential plan for reconstruction differ form congresses plan? A congress believed it and not the president should have power over reconstruction. B the president believed that congress will be too soft on southern rebels C congresses plan denied blacks and ...

social studies

wat happen during the reconstruction plans after the civil war http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reconstruction In additiion to this article, be sure to check out the external links, etc., at the bottom.

History

How did the presidential plan for reconstruction differ form congresses plan? A congress believed it and not the president should have power over reconstruction. B the president believed that congress will be too soft on southern rebels C congresses plan denied blacks and ...

U.S. History

Can someone please help me with this? I need to write a paper as if I was a Radical Republican Senator and representing the Radical Republicans. In this paper I need to talk about the challenges of Reconstruction. I also need to talk about the failure of Reconstruction. Here ...

HISTORY

Which answer best describes President Johnson's role in Reconstruction? Johnson wanted to forgive the Southern states and restore order by granting equal rights to the former slaves. Johnson wanted to fine the Southern states for starting the Civil War and readmit them to the ...

History

What led to the end of the reconstruction era?

History

What were the effects of Reconstruction on American life?

Us history

The reconstruction finance corporation aimed to

History-Reconstruction

How was it possible the Hayes won the election of 1876?

history

Who was a democratic liberal during Reconstruction of the South?

History

the reconstruction after the civil war: in your opinion was it succesful yes yes

history 2

what are some events that led to the collapse of reconstruction in the south?

History

What was the significance of the first section of the 14th amendment to Reconstruction?

HIstory

What effect do you think Lincoln’s assassination had no Reconstruction?

history

How did the south feel about the civil war reconstruction?

us history

Identify the political, social, and economic aspects of Reconstruction?

american history

What did the Compromise of 1877 have to do with the end of Reconstruction?

History

What are some positives and negatives results from the reconstruction era?

history

what werer some achievements of post civil war reconstruction

U,S History

What would George Wallace do if he were alive during Reconstruction of the South?

us history 2

do you think congress or the president of the time had the better approach to reconstruction?

history

why do you think president lincoln's proposed generous terms for reconstruction in 1863

History

Please explain what the three reconstruction plans have in common and how they are different? Thank you

History

In the post-Reconstruction South, what was the Confederate battle flag intended to symbolize?

American History repost for Amy

American History - Amy, Saturday, October 13, 2007 at 7:43pm Emancipation and reconstruction

History-Reconstruction

What effect did Florida,Louisiana, and South Carolina have on the election of 1876?

us history

was the reconstruction era the best or the worst time for African Americans since slavery?

world history

chapter 17 section 3 WHAT ROLE DID AFRICAN AMERICANS PLAY IN RECONSTRUCTION GOVERMENTS

HIstory

How well did war time reconstruction experiments work in employing freed African Americans?

history

For what reasons did congress oppose the Reconstruction plan to put forward by Andrew Johnson?

History

What higher education institution were established to assist blacks during reconstruction? is it college?

US History

Can you please give me good websites on the failures of Reconstruction (of the South after the Civil War)

History

Did congress or the president have more authority with setting policy during reconstruction in the south?

Social studies (History)

What are three good questions to ask a student to see if they understand the Reconstruction era?

am history

During the bitter struggle over reconstruction policy, Congress overrode Johnson's veto of the

us history

Describe the long-term political and economic effects of the Reconstruction and southern reaction on African Americans

History-Civil War

When Reconstruction began, which groups of Americans living in the South tended to support the Democratic Party?

history

How was the civil rights movement of the 1950s and 1960s a continuation of the Reconstruction-era struggle for blacks to achieve equality?

history

How was the civil rights movement of the 1950s and 1960s a continuation of the Reconstruction-era struggle for blacks to achieve equality?

history

How was the civil rights movement of the 1950s and 1960s a continuation of the Reconstruction-era struggle for blacks to achieve equality?

us history

Compare and contrast the goasl and strategies of the Reconstruction of TWO of the following -President -Lincon -Johnson -Congressional Republicans

History

During Reconstruction Southern agriculture? A:thrived B: focused on tobacco and cotton*** C: Became diverse D: expanded dramaticly

History

How was this significant during reconstruction? Section 5. The Congress shall have power to enforce, by appropriate legislation, the provisions of this article.

History

To all southerns except Confederate leaders, Lincoln offered 1. Amnesty 2. Reconstruction 3. Freedom 4. The ten percent plan***

History

How was this significant during reconstruction? Section 5. The Congress shall have power to enforce, by appropriate legislation, the provisions of this article. (14th Amendment)

history

Discuss the original purposes of the Freedman’s Bureau and the goals of the planned enlargement of the program by Congress. Evaluate how successful it was in helping the Reconstruction efforts

U.S. History

What term describes a white southerner who supported northern Reconstruction policies after the Civil War? A) carpetbagger B) radical C) scalawag D) unionist

History

What does this statement mean? Reconstruction was an unfinished Revolution? Was it unfinished or was it finished?

history/ just need someone to read this

describe the reconstruction period and how is happened and if it had any gains. i have to post this a paragraph at a time. sorry The Reconstruction Period refers to efforts made in the US between 1865 and 1877 to restructure the political, legal and economic systems in the ...

U.S. History

What challenges did the Radical Republicans face during the Reconstruction period? The Radical Republicans fought for political supremacy. They had two main goals: Break the power of wealthy planters who had long ruled the South. Ensure that freedman received the right to vote...

us history

can someone check my answers, 1. How was South Carolina constitution of 1868 different from previous state constitutions? -B Representation was based on population alone. 2. How did Republicans control of South Carolina affect the state? -C. The Republicans increased taxes and...

History

the reconstruction after the civil war: in your opinion was it succesful Please tell us YOUR opinion, and we'll be glad to critique your answer.

US History

I'm really confused about this. My history textbook said that during reconstruction, Southern states were ordered to hold conventions which would "repudiate Southern debts." It doesn't make sense that the US federal government would tell confederate states to ignore their ...

history

Andrew Johnson’s plan for Reconstruction was based on A. his strong belief in Negro suffrage B. his belief that Indians were savages C. a strict adherence to the Constitution; hence, since the former Confederate states had left the Union, great changes had to be made before ...

Social Studies

During the bitter struggle over reconstruction policy, Congress overrode Johnson's veto of the A. bill intended to nullify the South's black codes. B. Civil Rights Act. C. Radical Reconstruction Act. D. bill extending the life of the Freedman's Bureau. Is it B?

American History

Who was the man who championed the conquered province view of the South in the Reconstruction period abd wanted to give each freedman "40 acres and a mule" to them economic viability?

History 2

the public school system in georgia was the result of laws passed during A. World War 1 B. The Civil War C. Reconstruction **** D. Antebellum

History

During the debate over Reconstruction, is it more likely the moderate or radical republicans would gain the upper hand? Are there any sources available that could help me come to a reasonable conclusion?

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why was president johnson's attempt at reconstruction unsuccessful? a.it was to harsh for the radical republicans b.it made reconstruction a very lengthy process c.it allowed confederate leaders to maintain power d.it excluded southern representatives from congress i'm arguing...

AP U.S. History

Identify the political, economic and social reforms introduced in the South during Reconstruction. To what extent did those reforms survive the Compromise of 1877?

AP US History

Could Presidential Reconstruction have succeeded if politically skilled Abraham Lincoln instead of politically inept Andrew Johnson had been president?

history

plz read and tell me if i answered the ? well enough and if any changes could be made. the assignment was to examine the reconstruction and identify why it occured and if it made appropriate gains in society. Thanks

History

I don't want the answer I just need someone to tell me if they are right or wrong. Thanks! 1. How did Reconstruction improve opportunities for African Americans in the South? a. Many became wealthy business owners. b. They could receive public education. c. Many became ...

history

Hi i'm struggling in this essay topic for history, can anyone provide me some help... Discussion: The Union victory in the Civil War and developments during Reconstruction turned US policy toward support for industrialization and away from agriculture. Trace the triumph of ...

US History

1.)Describe the events surrounding Abraham Lincoln's death? 2.)Describe the 3 plans for Reconstruction. ( Lincoln, Johnson, Radical Reconstruction)? 3.) Why was the Radical Republican plan so different than Abraham licoln's? 4.) Why was Andrew Johnson Impeached? 6.) Describe ...

History

What struggle was there between the president and Congress for dominant political power within the federal government from 1850-1868? I know there was the reconstruction problem and how congress basically took over. What else?

US History

7. Which of the following was an advantage the North had over the South? a. more experienced generals b. military support from Britain c. more money to spend on war d. full support of all its citizens C? 8. In their Reconstruction, policies, both President Lincoln and ...

history plz help

describe significant events in the scial and economic reconstruction of the south. why are these events significant

U.S.History

the main goal of the Ku Klux Klan during Reconstruction was to a. prevent African Americans from exercising their rights b. gain control of state legislatures c. restore the Confederacy d. improve conditions for poor whites A this is just a guess

History

President Andrew Johnson said "this is a country for white men." How did he act on this belief? A. He appointed the Republican Cabinet B. He refused to take the presidential oath of office C. He vetoed most reconstruction legislation D. He withdrew the military from southern ...

U.S.History

A major failure or Reconstruction was that a. the South's cotton production never recovered b. war debts remained unpaid c. racist attitudes continued in the North and South d. no African Americans were voted into Congress any idea on this

history

The Civil War and Reconstruction Describe and examine the concept of "sectionalism". Describe and analyze the institution of slavery and access its overall socio-economic impact on the South as well as the Civil War. Describe and analyze the causes and consequences of the ...

u.s history

what were the important political parties since the election of Andrew Jackson as president to the end of the reconstruction, when the country was left with only two major parties, racially and regionally divided? Include third parties. What did they stand for. Who voted for ...

Social studies

I need help on this one question on my homework. Would you please help me? How did the presidential plan for reconstruction differ form congresses plan? A congress believed it and not the president should have power over reconstruction. B the president believed that congress ...

History

Would reconstruction of the south be considered a success or failure based on the fact that the south's goal was to fight for slavery and the north's goal was to mantain the union. keeping in mind, both wanted the right to make their own decisions.

History

1. Which of the following happened in south carolina during reconstruction? A. The state developed an oil industry. B. The state stopped cotton production. C. The state built an iron industry. D. The state rebuilt its railroad system.

SOCIAL STDIES HELP!

Which of the following groups or people controlled Georgia after Reconstruction? (Choose all that apply). (2 points) Republicans men with close ties to Georgia and pre-Civil War politics Democrats*** men from the North who came to the South during Reconstruction*** 2. How did ...

US History (Finals Tomorrow Pleasee Help)

what were the important political parties since the election of Andrew Jackson as president to the end of the reconstruction, when the country was left with only two major parties, racially and regionally divided? Include third parties. What did they stand for. Who voted for ...

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