Cards in this guide (25)
Who were scalawags and carpetbaggers
Whites and Northerners who supported Republican policies in the
What was the purpose of the Compromise of 1877
To settle the 1876 presidential election
What happened when president Johnson vetoed radical reconstruction laws
congress passed the acts over his veto
How were African American politicians serving in state governments able to make a lasting difference
They helped write new state constitutions after the civil
What does a monopoly do
A monopoly controls an industry
How did president lincoln plan for reconstruction treat southern states
Which of the following best describes the condition called debt peonage
having to stay at one job just to pay what you owe
Why were whites in Mississippi afraid of African American voting rights
They weren't afraid. I think you misunderstand the
discrimination that was taking place. They didn't see them as
having civil rights and the right to vote. There are still people
today who feel this way.
Why were some women against voting rights for women
They believed it went against the natural order of things, and
they probably feared losing the opportunities they had to be wives
Why did the federal government begin to turn its attention away from Reconstruction in the South
Major economic problems began to take hold in the 1870s.
How did the black codes provide a steady source of labor for whites who owned farms
The black codes provided a steady source of labor for whites who
owned farms, because African Americans who did not have jobs were
made to serve time as forced laborers.
What happened when President Johnson vetoed and refused to sign radical reconstruction laws
Congress passed the acts over his veto
What issues most interested African American politicians on the local level
Education and public health
Blanche K Bruce is known for being which of the following
he was the only former slave to rule over the u.s. senate.!
How did the railroad companies respond to the buffalo
They paid people to kill the buffalo so the animals would not
block the tracks.
How was president Andrew johnsons plan for the south different from lincolns
it was easier on former confederate states
The sand creek massacre of 1864 and the battle at wounded knee in 1890 are examples of what us policy toward native Americans
How did social organization help African American communities
By providing important services like education APEX
What was the Dawes Act in 1887 meant to do
Destroy traditional native american life
What helped African Americans and others move to western united States
The homestead act of 1862 (apex)
Why did southern state governments create poll taxes literacy tests and southern grandfather clauses
To limit african americans the right to vote
Which of the following led to the growth meatpacking industry in the Midwest
refrigerated (cold) railroad cars
The Fifteenth Amendment covers which of the following
allowed to vote regardless of color
Which of the following is true of President Andrew Johnson
President Andrew Johnson was from Tennessee and liked the South.
what was an economic effect of the transcontinental railroad
Goods produced in one region could be sent to another and sold.