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Practice Test Chapter 16
Ms. Kline
Directions: Use this review to practice and study for your test. Use your notes and
partner to complete this assignment.
______ 1. After the Civil War, serious differences between Congress and President
Andrew Johnson occurred about Reconstruction, this lead to
a. President Johnson choosing to leave his presidency
b. the impeachment of President Johnson
c. election of a Democratic President
d. end of the Ku Klux Klan
______ 2. Lincoln’s 10 Percent plan said that
a. 10 percent of Southerners must declare their loyalty to the Union in
order to become a state
b. 10 percent of southerners would be allowed to vote
c. 10 percent of slaves would be sent back to Africa
d. 10 percent of Confederate money would be changed to American
______ 3. What happened to the towns in the South after the Civil War?
a. They were wealthy because their competition was killed
b. They were fine
c. They were devastated
d. The people in them all left to become farmers
______ 4. The Freedman’s Bureau was created after the Civil War to
a. make sure blacks got jobs as government officials
b. prevent blacks from gaining too much power
c. help freed slaves get food, clothing and shelter
d. help only free slaves who fought in the military
______ 5. Abraham Lincoln’s plan to bring the Confederate states back into the union
was known as the
a. 10 Percent Plan
b. Wade-Davis Plan
c. 50 Percent Plan
d. Ironclad Oath Plan
______ 6. Slavery was officially ended with
a. the Compromise of 1850
b. The 13th Amendment
c. The Emancipation Proclamation
d. The Gettysburg Address
______ 7. What was a major result of the Reconstruction Period?
a. The political and economic rights of women were expanded and
b. The power of the states increased
c. Racial segregation in schools ended
d. the 13th, 14th and 15th amendments were added to the United States
______ 8. After the Civil War, many Southern States created Black Codes to
a. provide free farmland for African Americans
b. guarantee equal civil rights for African Americans
c. restrict the rights of former slaves
d. support the creation of the Freedmen’s Bureau
______ 9. One rule included in the Radical Reconstruction that the Southern States did
not like but had to pass if they wanted to enter the Union was they
a. had to give land and money to former slaves
b. had to grant full citizenships to all Confederate leaders
c. ratified the 14th Amendment
d. agreed to modernize its economy
______10. Which white organization formed after the Civil War to fight against the
Republicans and new black rights?
a. Ku Klux Klan
b. Irish Republican Army
c. National Association for the Advancement of Colored People
d. American Federation of Labor
______ 11. Johnson’s plan for Reconstruction
a. did not force the 13th amendment
b. forced the passage of the 15th Amendment
c. was similar to Lincoln’s plan
d. was loved by the Democrats
______ 12. What happened to the economy (money issues) in the South after the civil
a. They made a lot of money because of rising cotton prices
b. It increased slowly over the next ten years because of new crops
c. It declined because of the end of slavery
d. There was no change
______13. After Lincoln was killed, President Andrew Johns tried to include Lincolns
plan for
a. granting voting rights to former slaves
b. allowing the southern states back into the Union
c. Increasing the power of the North over the South
d. Punishing the states that seceded
______ 14. Which historic period happened after the Civil War when the North tried to
rebuild the south, which was destroyed?
a. Reconstruction
b. Roaring Twenties
c. Depression and New Deal
d. Vietnam War Era
______ 15. During Reconstruction, the great majority of Republican voters in the South
were made up of
a. Blacks
b. White Small farmers
c. Carpetbaggers
d. Former Whigs
______ 16. Radical Republicans were
a. Republicans who were similar to democrats except for their name
b. Republicans who partially sided with Abraham Lincoln
c. Republicans who wanted to punish the South for their role in the Civil
d. Republicans who opposed the war
______ 17. Who were “Carpetbaggers”?
a. Recently freed black who were denied their rights due to black codes
b. Southern democrats who vowed to “reclaim” their states
c. Northerners who moved down South to participate in Reconstruction
d. Southerners who supported the Reconstruction Regime
______ 18. After the 13th 14th and 15th amendments were passed, African Americans
still had political and economic problems because
a. the amendments were not supposed to solve their problems
b. many African Americans did not trust the Federal Government
c. Southern Legislatures created Jim Crow Laws
d. There was bad communication which did not allow people to learn
their legal rights.
______ 19. Which amendment protected the African American’s right to vote?
a. 15th Amendment
b. 14th Amendment
c. 16th Amendment
d. 13th Amendment
______ 20. In order to make the adjustment easier from slavery to freedmen, Congress
a. the NAACP
b. the 10 percent plan
c. the Freedman’s Bureau
d. the 13th Amendment
______ 21. “Scalawags” were
a. recently freed blacks who supported Reconstruction policies
b. Northern Democrats who thought radical Reconstruction was too
c. Southerners who moved West after their property was destroyed in
the Civil War
d. Southerners who supported the Reconstruction plan
Short answer: Answer the following questions COMPLETELY. Use complete sentences
with at least 3 sentences for each question.
22. What was the 13th Amendment?
23. Explain what happened to Abraham Lincoln? Include the name of who did it.
24. What was the Wade-Davis Bill?