Reconstruction

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Military Reconstruction
In 1867, the division of the South into military districts under the leadership of generals to set up new governments. They can only be re-admitted into Congress if they accept the new changes.
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Civil Rights Act
1866, asserted all races are American
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Reconstruction
1865-77, reconstructing the South after the Civil War. The South resented the new ideals and by 77 ran their states the way they wanted.
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14th Amendment
1868, gave freed blacks U.S. Citizenship, equal protection under the law.
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13th Amendment
1863, Emancipation
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15th Amendment
1870, forbade the denial of the vote to any man based on colour or race.
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