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Q: How did the compromise of 1877 end the Reconstruction Era?
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Which President oversaw the end of the Reconstruction Era?

Rutherford Hayes oversaw the end of the Reconstruction Era.

What political compromise signaled the end of reconstruction?

Tilden-Hayes Compromise

Compromise that settled the disputed presidential election 1876?

The compromise of 1877 settled this presidential election dispute. The compromise agreed to Rutherford Hayes' election as the next President of the United States if he agreed to end Reconstruction in the South. After the 1876 election, there were disputes regarding the credentials of the electors in four states. A special committee was appointed to settle the question. Following party lines, the committee choose the electors favorable to Hayes and he won by one vote. The compromise was worked out to appease the supporters of Tilden, the other candidate.

Which person brought Reconstruction to an end in 1877?

Rutherford B. Hayes - Byron J Espinal

What was the main cause for the end of reconstructure?

Actually reconstruction ended with the election of Hayes in 1877. The election was a tie and Hayes made a deal with the committee who decided the presidency. The deal was he would end reconstruction and this decision actually affected policy for the next 100 years. By ending reconstruction early the southern states were able to institute Jim Crow Laws which made discrimination an government policy. Without the early end to reconstruction the south may have been a different place and it took the 1964 Civil Rights act to overcome Jim Crow.

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What resulted from compromise of 1877?

Answer: It marked the end of Republican Southern governments and the Reconstruction era. Denise

Did reconstruction end in 1877?

It end because of the compromise

The Compromise of 1877 signaled an end to?


When did the Reconstruction era end?

I believe it was 1877

Why did the civil war reconstruction era begin and end?

The Reconstruction era began in 1865 and ended in 1877.

What event signaled the end of Reconstruction in 1877?

The Compromise of 1877 was the event that ended Reconstruction. The compromise did more than just end Reconstruction, it also settled the 1876 Presidential election dispute and removed federal troops from the South.

How did the compromise of 1877 end reconstruction?

Republican Rutherford B. Hayes was elected President in return for withdrawing federal troops from the South.

This man became president in 1876 when he agreed to end Reconstruction?

President Rutherford Hayes agreed to end Reconstruction in the Compromise of 1877. He agreed to remove federal troops from South Carolina and Louisiana. The Reconstruction Era was the period between 1865 and 1877 after the Civil War. The goal was the reconstruction of the South after this war.

How is redemption significant to the end of reconstruction?

The end of reconstruction was made effective by a movement which gathered energy up during the Compromise of 1877, in the process called Redemption.

Reconstruction finally came to an official end as part of a compromise involving?

Reconstruction finally came to an official end as part of a compromise involving the southern states. Rutherford B. Hayes removed troops in 1877.

Was Haye in favor of ending Reconstruction?

President Rutherford Hayes did end Reconstruction of the South. This happened because of the Compromise of 1877 in which an agreement was reached that decided that Hayes would be President if he agreed to end Reconstruction. After the 1876 election, there was a election dispute and the compromise was the response to settle this dispute.

Which US President's inauguration in 1877 is generally used to mark the end of Reconstruction?

The US President's inauguration in 1877 that is generally used to mark the end of Reconstruction is Rutherford B. Hayes. His inauguration signaled the end of federal military presence in the South, leading to a withdrawal of federal support for Reconstruction efforts and the beginning of a period of racial segregation and discrimination known as the Jim Crow era.