Reconstruction 1865-1877

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Reconstruction 1865-1877What is reconstruction?- when the Union began figuring out what to do with the 11states that seceded from the country- rebuilding the southern economy- 600,000 people dead- 4 million free slaves- some southerners rebelling against the north- lots of conflict and political turmoil- a battle for the future of the countryWhat are we going to do?Time Line Leading up to the WarThe Republican Party- established in 1854- first major political party in American History- wanted to stop the spread of slavery into the west- economic problem- less jobs- white conservatives in the South dont want that to happenBleeding Kansas- Kansas allowed to determine whether to be a slave state orfree state- opposing parties move their with guns- fights ensue1856- Republican Party elects first representative for President andgets 30% of the vote1858- Republican Party elects Abraham Lincoln- wins in 1860- Democratic party was split in half due to disagreement, andelected two candidates, split votes1860- months after Lincoln is elected, South Carolina secedes fromthe United States- all deep south states (11) followed- Write a constitution, and elect Jefferson Davis as thePresident of the Confederacy of the United States1861- War breaks out and last four years- bloodiest battle in American HistoryEmancipation Proclamation (1863)- Lincoln didnt recognize the Confederacy as a government.- He believed they were still a part of t

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