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Reconstruction After the Civil War, 1865-1877

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    Reconstruction After the Civil War Under Lincoln and Johnson

    Reconstruction Plans Under Lincoln Never doubting a Union victory, President Abraham Lincoln began planning for the post-Civil War era long before the war ended. Lincoln knew that a Union victory would mean sweeping changes in the South—the old Confederacy ...

    Source: McGraw-Hill Professional
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    The Rise of Jim Crow Laws

    The Rise of Jim Crow Laws The southern economy still depended on the production and sale of cotton, rice, and tobacco. The large plantations still existed. The crops still had to be harvested. A large labor force was still necessary. However, southerners had to ...

    Source: McGraw-Hill Professional
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    Reconstruction and the Civil War Practice Test

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