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Andrew Jackson
Impeached in 1868
Fourteenth Amendment
Gave full citizenship
and equal protection
to all people born in
the United States
Thirteenth
Amendment
Outlawed slavery in
the United States
Redeemers
Leaders in the South who
supported economic
development and opposed
Northern interference
Blanche K. Bruce
African American
senator from Mississippi
Ku Klux Klan
Used violence and
terrorism to deny
rights to freed men
and women
Amnesty Act
Pardoned most former
Confederates and
allowed them to vote
and hold office
Freedmen’s Bureau
Government agency that
helped African Americans
adjust to freedom
Reconstruction
The period of
rebuilding the South
after the Civil War
Public Schools
Created by
Reconstruction
governments
Hiram Revels
African American man
elected to the Senate
from Mississippi
Tennessee
First to rejoin the
Union
Ten Percent Plan
Plan proposed by
Lincoln for accepting
the South back into
the Union
Fifteenth Amendment
African Americans men
who won the right to
vote
Jim Crow Laws
Required African
Americans and whites to
remain separate in all
public places
Scalawags
Term for Southerners
who supported the
Republicans
Black Codes
Laws passed in the
South designed to
control freed men and
women
Compromise of 1877
Republicans promised
to withdraw troops from
Southern states
Radical
Reconstruction
Period when Radical
Republicans in
Congress directed
Reconstruction
Abraham Lincoln
His assassination
changed the course of
Reconstruction