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AP US History - American Pageant (Chapter 22) The Ordeal of Reconstruction
How would South be rebuilt, fate of th…
Exodusters
American Missionary Association
Freedmen's Bureau
What were the four major questions facing the nation followin…
What was the term for freedmen who migrated to Kansas and the…
What private organization sent Northern white women south to…
What was organized by the government to educate former slaves…
How would South be rebuilt, fate of th…
What were the four major questions facing the nation followin…
Exodusters
What was the term for freedmen who migrated to Kansas and the…
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AP US History Chapter 22 American Pageant
Freedman's Bureau
"10 percent" Reconstruction plan
Wade-Davis Bill
Black Codes
...
...
...
...
Freedman's Bureau
...
"10 percent" Reconstruction plan
...
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AP US History Chapter 22
Vannevar Bush
Clarence Darrow
Japanese
Langston Hughes
American engineer, known for heading the US Office of Scienti…
A famed criminal defense lawyer for Scopes, who supported evo…
Japanese and Japanese Americans from the West Coast of the Un…
African American poet who described the rich culture of afric…
Vannevar Bush
American engineer, known for heading the US Office of Scienti…
Clarence Darrow
A famed criminal defense lawyer for Scopes, who supported evo…
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AP US History Chapter 22 People
A. Mitchell Palmer
Nicola Sacco and Bartolomeo Vanzetti
Leo Frank
Zora Neale Hurston
Attorney General who rounded up many suspects who were though…
Italian anarchists convicted and executed for murder despite…
He was a Jewish superintendent of a company that was charged…
African American writer and folklore scholar who played a key…
A. Mitchell Palmer
Attorney General who rounded up many suspects who were though…
Nicola Sacco and Bartolomeo Vanzetti
Italian anarchists convicted and executed for murder despite…
26 terms
AP US History Chapter 22
Adkins v Children's Hospital
Welfare capitalism
Red Scare
Palmer raids
1923 Supreme Court case that voided a minimum a minimum wage…
An approach to labor relations in which companies meet some o…
Term for the communism that swept the country first after WWI…
A series of raids on radical organizations that peaked in Jan…
Adkins v Children's Hospital
1923 Supreme Court case that voided a minimum a minimum wage…
Welfare capitalism
An approach to labor relations in which companies meet some o…
25 terms
AP US History - American Pageant (Chapter 22) The Ordeal of Reconstruction
How would South be rebuilt, fate of th…
Exodusters
American Missionary Association
Freedmen's Bureau
What were the four major questions facing the nation followin…
What was the term for freedmen who migrated to Kansas and the…
What private organization sent Northern white women south to…
What was organized by the government to educate former slaves…
How would South be rebuilt, fate of th…
What were the four major questions facing the nation followin…
Exodusters
What was the term for freedmen who migrated to Kansas and the…
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AP US History Touart- American Pageant (Chapter 22) The Ordeal of Reconstruction
How would South be rebuilt, fate of th…
Exodusters
American Missionary Association
Freedmen's Bureau
According to the text what were the four major questions faci…
What was the term for freedmen who migrated to Kansas and the…
What private organization sent Northern white women south to…
What was organized by the government to educate former slaves…
How would South be rebuilt, fate of th…
According to the text what were the four major questions faci…
Exodusters
What was the term for freedmen who migrated to Kansas and the…
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AMSCO AP US History Chapter 22
Allied Powers
Central Powers
neutrality
submarine warfare
In World War I, Great Britain, France, and Russia were known…
In World War I, Germany, Austria-Hungary, and Ottoman Empire…
A declaration of a country that it will not choose sides in a…
Germany's greatest hope against British sea power was this ne…
Allied Powers
In World War I, Great Britain, France, and Russia were known…
Central Powers
In World War I, Germany, Austria-Hungary, and Ottoman Empire…
AP US History - American Pageant (Chapter 22) The Ordeal of Reconstruction
How would South be rebuilt, fate of th…
Exodusters
American Missionary Association
Freedmen's Bureau
What were the four major questions facing the nation followin…
What was the term for freedmen who migrated to Kansas and the…
What private organization sent Northern white women south to…
What was organized by the government to educate former slaves…
How would South be rebuilt, fate of th…
What were the four major questions facing the nation followin…
Exodusters
What was the term for freedmen who migrated to Kansas and the…
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AMSCO AP US History Chapter 22
Allied Powers
Central Powers
neutrality
submarine warfare
In World War I, Great Britain, France, and Russia were known…
In World War I, Germany, Austria-Hungary, and Ottoman Empire…
A declaration of a country that it will not choose sides in a…
Germany's greatest hope against British sea power was this ne…
Allied Powers
In World War I, Great Britain, France, and Russia were known…
Central Powers
In World War I, Germany, Austria-Hungary, and Ottoman Empire…
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AP US History - American Pageant (Chapter 22) The Ordeal of Reconstruction
How would South be rebuilt, fate of th…
Exodusters
American Missionary Association
Freedmen's Bureau
What were the four major questions facing the nation followin…
What was the term for freedmen who migrated to Kansas and the…
What private organization sent Northern white women south to…
What was organized by the government to educate former slaves…
How would South be rebuilt, fate of th…
What were the four major questions facing the nation followin…
Exodusters
What was the term for freedmen who migrated to Kansas and the…
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AP US History American pageant 12th edition Chapter 22
What were the four questions to be ask…
In 1868 what was President Johnson's s…
Was transportation in the South in goo…
What once fed Southern economy, but wa…
How would the South, physically devastated by war be rebuilt?…
he pardoned all rebel leaders of the Confederacy such as Jeff…
bad condition
Agriculture
What were the four questions to be ask…
How would the South, physically devastated by war be rebuilt?…
In 1868 what was President Johnson's s…
he pardoned all rebel leaders of the Confederacy such as Jeff…
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AP US History Touart- American Pageant (Chapter 22) The Ordeal of Reconstruction
How would South be rebuilt, fate of th…
Exodusters
American Missionary Association
Freedmen's Bureau
According to the text what were the four major questions faci…
What was the term for freedmen who migrated to Kansas and the…
What private organization sent Northern white women south to…
What was organized by the government to educate former slaves…
How would South be rebuilt, fate of th…
According to the text what were the four major questions faci…
Exodusters
What was the term for freedmen who migrated to Kansas and the…
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AP US History - Chapter 22 Vocabulary
imperialism
jingoism
expansionist
Alfred Thayer Mahan
Policy of extending the power and dominion of a nation over n…
Extreme nationalism that manifests itself in overly-assertive…
A small yet vocal and influential group of public officials t…
A naval captain who was a leading advocate of sea power and W…
imperialism
Policy of extending the power and dominion of a nation over n…
jingoism
Extreme nationalism that manifests itself in overly-assertive…
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AP US History Chapter 22
National administrative state
Allied Powers
Central Powers
American Exceptionalism
NAACP, The National Association for the Advancement of Colore…
Alliance that included Great Britain, France, Russia (later,…
In World War I the alliance of Germany and Austria-Hungary an…
The idea that the American experience was different or unique…
National administrative state
NAACP, The National Association for the Advancement of Colore…
Allied Powers
Alliance that included Great Britain, France, Russia (later,…
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American Pageant Chapter 22 Key Terms, AP US History American Pageant Chapter 23
10 percent Reconstruction plan
Black Codes
carpetbaggers
Civil Rights Bill
Introduced by President Lincoln, it proposed that a state be…
Laws passed throughout the South to restrict the rights of em…
Pejorative used by Southern whites to describe Northern busin…
Passed over Andrew Johnson's veto, the bill aimed to countera…
10 percent Reconstruction plan
Introduced by President Lincoln, it proposed that a state be…
Black Codes
Laws passed throughout the South to restrict the rights of em…
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AP US History Chapter 22
Big Stick
Panama Canal
Roosevelt Corollary
Philippe Bunau-Varilla
-Roosevelt believed that military strength would increase eco…
- was a triumph of modern engineering and gave US tremendous…
- 1904... - extension of the Monroe Doctrine... -said that the US h…
- one of the leaders in the Panama Canal Revolt... - an engineer…
Big Stick
-Roosevelt believed that military strength would increase eco…
Panama Canal
- was a triumph of modern engineering and gave US tremendous…
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AP US History Chapter 22
Freedmen's Bureau
"10 percent" reconstruction Plan
Wade-Davis Bill
Black Codes
Organization run by the army to care for and protect southern…
A state to re enter the Union when 10% of its voters in the P…
an 1864 plan for Reconstruction that denied the right to vote…
Laws denying most legal rights to newly freed slaves; passed…
Freedmen's Bureau
Organization run by the army to care for and protect southern…
"10 percent" reconstruction Plan
A state to re enter the Union when 10% of its voters in the P…
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AMSCO AP US History Chapter 22
Allied Powers
Central Powers
neutrality
submarine warfare
In World War I, Great Britain, France, and Russia were known…
In World War I, Germany, Austria-Hungary, and Ottoman Empire…
A declaration of a country that it will not choose sides in a…
Germany's greatest hope against British sea power was this ne…
Allied Powers
In World War I, Great Britain, France, and Russia were known…
Central Powers
In World War I, Germany, Austria-Hungary, and Ottoman Empire…
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Ap US History chp 22 (American Pageant)
Reconstruction
"Dismal indeed was the picture present…
Exodusters
American Episcopal Church
the period after the Civil War in the United States when the…
...
the African Americans migrating to the Great Plains state (ie…
Many ex slaves lives revolved around this Church in the years…
Reconstruction
the period after the Civil War in the United States when the…
"Dismal indeed was the picture present…
...
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AP US History chapter 22
Oliver O. Howard
Andrew Johnson
Alexander Stephens
Thaddeus Stevens
Union general known as the "Christian general" because he tri…
A political leader of the nineteenth century. He was elected…
An American politician from Georgia. He was Vice President of…
A Republican leader and one of the most powerful members of t…
Oliver O. Howard
Union general known as the "Christian general" because he tri…
Andrew Johnson
A political leader of the nineteenth century. He was elected…
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AP US History: Chapter 22
Freedmen's Bureau, 1865-1872
General Oliver O. Howard
Andrew Johnson
Lincoln's 10-percent plan, 1863
...
...
...
...
Freedmen's Bureau, 1865-1872
...
General Oliver O. Howard
...
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AP US History Chapter 22
The fate of the Confederate leaders af…
In the postwar Sout the economy was:
At the end of the Civil War, many whit…
Freedom for Southern blacks at the end…
all were eventually pardoned.
utterly devastated.
their view of secession was correct.
haltingly and unevenly in different parts of the conquered Co…
The fate of the Confederate leaders af…
all were eventually pardoned.
In the postwar Sout the economy was:
utterly devastated.
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AP US History Chapter 22
Oliver O. Howard
Andrew Johnson
Alexander Stephens
Thaddeus Stevens
Union general known as the "Christian general" because he tri…
A political leader of the nineteenth century. He was elected…
An American politician from Georgia. He was Vice President of…
A Republican leader and one of the most powerful members of t…
Oliver O. Howard
Union general known as the "Christian general" because he tri…
Andrew Johnson
A political leader of the nineteenth century. He was elected…
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AP US History Chapter 22
Teapot Dome Scandal
Red Scare
Palmer Raids
National Origins Act
Warren Harding and secretary of interior Albert Fall put two…
after WW1 the fear of the spread of communism in the US
as part of the red scare thousands of raids happened from 191…
1924, anti immigration federal legislation that massively lim…
Teapot Dome Scandal
Warren Harding and secretary of interior Albert Fall put two…
Red Scare
after WW1 the fear of the spread of communism in the US
48 terms
AP US History Chapter 22
The fate of the Confederate leaders af…
In the postwar Sout the economy was:
At the end of the Civil War, many whit…
Freedom for Southern blacks at the end…
all were eventually pardoned.
utterly devastated.
their view of secession was correct.
haltingly and unevenly in different parts of the conquered Co…
The fate of the Confederate leaders af…
all were eventually pardoned.
In the postwar Sout the economy was:
utterly devastated.
19 terms
AP US History Chapter 22
Freedmen's Bureau
"10 percent" Reconstruction plan
Wade-Davis Bill
Black Codes
-from 1865-1872;... -created to aid newly emancipated slaves by…
-in 1863;... -decreed that a state could be reintegrated into th…
-passed by Congressional Republicans in response to Abraham L…
-from 1865-1866;... -laws passed throughout the South to restric…
Freedmen's Bureau
-from 1865-1872;... -created to aid newly emancipated slaves by…
"10 percent" Reconstruction plan
-in 1863;... -decreed that a state could be reintegrated into th…
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AP US History Chapter 22
Adkins v. CHildren's Hospital
welfare capitalism
Red Scare
Palmer Raids
The 1923 Supreme Court case that voided a minimum wage for wo…
An approach to labor relations in which companies meet some o…
A social/political movement designed to prevent a socialist/c…
A series of rads led by Attorney General A Mitchell Palmer on…
Adkins v. CHildren's Hospital
The 1923 Supreme Court case that voided a minimum wage for wo…
welfare capitalism
An approach to labor relations in which companies meet some o…
48 terms
AP US History Chapter 22
The fate of the Confederate leaders af…
In the postwar Sout the economy was:
At the end of the Civil War, many whit…
Freedom for Southern blacks at the end…
all were eventually pardoned.
utterly devastated.
their view of secession was correct.
haltingly and unevenly in different parts of the conquered Co…
The fate of the Confederate leaders af…
all were eventually pardoned.
In the postwar Sout the economy was:
utterly devastated.
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Chapter 22 AP US History
Freedmen's Bureau
10% Reconstruction Plan
Thaddeus Stevens
Redeemer Government
Established in 1865 by Congress to help former black slaves a…
When 10 percent of a state's voters had taken an oath for rec…
One of the leaders of the Radical Republican's of the Republi…
Reduced or even eliminated the programs of the state governme…
Freedmen's Bureau
Established in 1865 by Congress to help former black slaves a…
10% Reconstruction Plan
When 10 percent of a state's voters had taken an oath for rec…
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AP US History Chapter 22
13th Amendment
14th Amendment
15th Amendment
Freedmans Bureau
Abolished Slavery
Citizenship for African Americans, Repeal of 3/5 Compromise,…
Citizens cannot be denied the right to vote because of race,…
Passed on March 3, 1865, by Congress to aid former slaves thr…
13th Amendment
Abolished Slavery
14th Amendment
Citizenship for African Americans, Repeal of 3/5 Compromise,…
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AP US History - Chapter 22
African Americans who served in World…
In what city was the prosperous Greenw…
What contributed to the number of mili…
Why was Welfare Capitalism so popular…
white violence
Tulsa, Oklahoma
postwar conditions changed
Provided health insurance, pensions, paid vacations, athletic…
African Americans who served in World…
white violence
In what city was the prosperous Greenw…
Tulsa, Oklahoma
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AP US History Chapter 22
Andrew Johnson
Thaddeus Stevens
Sharecropping
Ku Klux Klan
Who/What: 17th president... When: 19th century... Where: America... Si…
Who/What: Radical republican... When: 19th century... Where: Americ…
Who/What: Post-slavery Southern economic system... When: 19th ce…
Who/What: Southern hate group... When: 19th century... Where: Ameri…
Andrew Johnson
Who/What: 17th president... When: 19th century... Where: America... Si…
Thaddeus Stevens
Who/What: Radical republican... When: 19th century... Where: Americ…
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AP US History Chapter 22
Reconstruction
10% Plan
Wade Davis Bill
President Johnson
Rebuild former CSA and reunite Union
1. Full pardon to all southerns (except high leaders) who swe…
Congress plan ... Senators Davis/ Wade... 1. States must abolish sl…
Democrat... Encouraged southerners to limit rights of newly free…
Reconstruction
Rebuild former CSA and reunite Union
10% Plan
1. Full pardon to all southerns (except high leaders) who swe…
22 terms
AP US History Chapter 22 Vocabulary
Adkins vs. Children's Hospital
Red Scare
Palmer raids
Teapot Dome
The 1923 Supreme Court case that voided a minimum wage for wo…
A term for anticommunist hysteria that swept the US, first af…
A series of attacks led by Attorney General A. Mitchell on ra…
Nickname for scandal in which Interior Secretary Albert Fall…
Adkins vs. Children's Hospital
The 1923 Supreme Court case that voided a minimum wage for wo…
Red Scare
A term for anticommunist hysteria that swept the US, first af…
48 terms
AP US History Chapter 22
The fate of the Confederate leaders af…
In the postwar Sout the economy was:
At the end of the Civil War, many whit…
Freedom for Southern blacks at the end…
all were eventually pardoned.
utterly devastated.
their view of secession was correct.
haltingly and unevenly in different parts of the conquered Co…
The fate of the Confederate leaders af…
all were eventually pardoned.
In the postwar Sout the economy was:
utterly devastated.
117 terms
AP US History chapter 22
Oliver O. Howard
Andrew Johnson
Alexander Stephens
Thaddeus Stevens
Union general known as the "Christian general" because he tri…
A political leader of the nineteenth century. He was elected…
An American politician from Georgia. He was Vice President of…
A Republican leader and one of the most powerful members of t…
Oliver O. Howard
Union general known as the "Christian general" because he tri…
Andrew Johnson
A political leader of the nineteenth century. He was elected…
48 terms
AP US History Chapter 22
The fate of the Confederate leaders af…
In the postwar Sout the economy was:
At the end of the Civil War, many whit…
Freedom for Southern blacks at the end…
all were eventually pardoned.
utterly devastated.
their view of secession was correct.
haltingly and unevenly in different parts of the conquered Co…
The fate of the Confederate leaders af…
all were eventually pardoned.
In the postwar Sout the economy was:
utterly devastated.
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AP US History Chapter 22 Review
The Freedmen's Bureau was established…
All of the following are true statemen…
The first and only ex-Confederate stat…
The official charge that the House of…
relocate blacks West or force them into labor contracts with…
they restricted the conditions under which blacks could legal…
Tennessee.
dismissal of Secretary of War Stanton contrary to the Tenure…
The Freedmen's Bureau was established…
relocate blacks West or force them into labor contracts with…
All of the following are true statemen…
they restricted the conditions under which blacks could legal…
21 terms
AP US History Chapter 22
Freedman's Bureau
Andrew Johnson
10% Reconstruction Plan
Wade Davis Bill
The organization was created by the federal government in 186…
17th President of the United States, A Southerner form Tennes…
This was Lincoln's reconstruction plan for after the Civil Wa…
A program proposed for the Reconstruction of the South writte…
Freedman's Bureau
The organization was created by the federal government in 186…
Andrew Johnson
17th President of the United States, A Southerner form Tennes…
48 terms
AP US History Chapter 22
The fate of the Confederate leaders af…
In the postwar Sout the economy was:
At the end of the Civil War, many whit…
Freedom for Southern blacks at the end…
all were eventually pardoned.
utterly devastated.
their view of secession was correct.
haltingly and unevenly in different parts of the conquered Co…
The fate of the Confederate leaders af…
all were eventually pardoned.
In the postwar Sout the economy was:
utterly devastated.
48 terms
AP US History Chapter 22
The fate of the Confederate leaders af…
In the postwar Sout the economy was:
At the end of the Civil War, many whit…
Freedom for Southern blacks at the end…
all were eventually pardoned.
utterly devastated.
their view of secession was correct.
haltingly and unevenly in different parts of the conquered Co…
The fate of the Confederate leaders af…
all were eventually pardoned.
In the postwar Sout the economy was:
utterly devastated.
31 terms
AP US History Chapter 22
Adkins v. Children's Hospital
Welfare Capitalism
Red Scare
Palmer Raids
reversed the muller v oregon decision. invalidated a minimum…
An approach to labor relations in which companies meet some o…
(HT) , Most instense outbreak of national alarm, began in 191…
A 1920 operation coordinated by Attorney General Mitchel Palm…
Adkins v. Children's Hospital
reversed the muller v oregon decision. invalidated a minimum…
Welfare Capitalism
An approach to labor relations in which companies meet some o…
26 terms
AP US History Chapter 22
Freedmen's Bureau
"10 percent" Reconstruction plan
Wade-Davis Bill
Black Codes
-from 1865-1872;... -created to aid newly emancipated slaves by…
-in 1863;... -decreed that a state could be reintegrated into th…
-passed by Congressional Republicans in response to Abraham L…
-from 1865-1866;... -laws passed throughout the South to restric…
Freedmen's Bureau
-from 1865-1872;... -created to aid newly emancipated slaves by…
"10 percent" Reconstruction plan
-in 1863;... -decreed that a state could be reintegrated into th…
38 terms
AP US History Chapter 22
*Great Migration
*Calvin Coolidge
Welfare capitalism
*Red Scare
movement of over 300,000 African American from the rural sout…
(1923-1925) and (1925-1929), taciturn; small gov't conservati…
An approach to labor relations in which companies meet some o…
A social/political movement designed to prevent a socialist/c…
*Great Migration
movement of over 300,000 African American from the rural sout…
*Calvin Coolidge
(1923-1925) and (1925-1929), taciturn; small gov't conservati…
48 terms
AP US History Chapter 22
The fate of the Confederate leaders af…
In the postwar Sout the economy was:
At the end of the Civil War, many whit…
Freedom for Southern blacks at the end…
all were eventually pardoned.
utterly devastated.
their view of secession was correct.
haltingly and unevenly in different parts of the conquered Co…
The fate of the Confederate leaders af…
all were eventually pardoned.
In the postwar Sout the economy was:
utterly devastated.
48 terms
AP US History Chapter 22
The fate of the Confederate leaders af…
After the war the south's economy was:
At the end of the Civil War, many whit…
Freedom for Southern blacks at the end…
all were eventually pardoned.
utterly devastated.
their view of secession was correct.
haltingly and unevenly in different parts of the conquered Co…
The fate of the Confederate leaders af…
all were eventually pardoned.
After the war the south's economy was:
utterly devastated.
19 terms
AP US History Chapter 22
"10 %" Reconstruction Plan (1863)
Tenure of Office Act (1867)
Union League
Wade-Davis Bill
Introduced by President Lincoln, it proposed that a state be…
Required the President to seek approval from the Senate befor…
Reconstruction-Era African American organization that worked…
Passed by Congressional Republicans in response to Lincoln's…
"10 %" Reconstruction Plan (1863)
Introduced by President Lincoln, it proposed that a state be…
Tenure of Office Act (1867)
Required the President to seek approval from the Senate befor…
19 terms
AP US HISTORY Chapter 22
Andrew Johnson
"Exodusters"
Wade-Davis Bill
10 percent plan
A political leader of the nineteenth century. He was elected…
Name given to African Americans who fled the Southern United…
Program proposed for the Reconstruction of the South written…
A model for reinstatement of Southern states that decreed tha…
Andrew Johnson
A political leader of the nineteenth century. He was elected…
"Exodusters"
Name given to African Americans who fled the Southern United…
109 terms
AP US History chapter 22
Alexander Stephens
Thaddeus Stevens
William Seward
"Exodusters"
An American politician from Georgia. He was Vice President of…
A Republican leader and one of the most powerful members of t…
Johnson's Secretary of State who engineered the purchase of A…
Name given to African Americans who fled the Southern United…
Alexander Stephens
An American politician from Georgia. He was Vice President of…
Thaddeus Stevens
A Republican leader and one of the most powerful members of t…
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