Give Me Liberty : Chapter 15 Lecture Slides (Reconstruction)

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  • Chapter 15"What Is Freedom?": Reconstruction, 1865–1877After the Civil War, freedpersons (formerly enslaved individuals; freedman/freedmen; freedwoman/freedwomen) and white allies in the North and South attempted to redefine the meaning and boundaries of American freedom. Freedom, once for whites only, now incorporated black Americans. By rewriting laws, African-Americans, for the first time, would be recognized as citizens with equal rights and the right to vote, even in the South. Blacks created their own schools, churches, and other institutions. Though many of Reconstruction’s achievements were short-lived and defeated by violence and opposition, Reconstruction laid the basis for future freedom struggles.
  • In this lecture, we will work through a number of themes that focus on the creation, implementation, and removal of the period of post–Civil War Reconstruction in the United States from 1865–1877. The are four major subtopics of this lecture, which together tell the chronological and thematic development of many of the events during the Reconstruction Period—The Meaning of Freedom, The Making of Radical Reconstruction, Radical Reconstruction in the South, and The Overthrow of Reconstruction. When studying both the textbook and lecture notes, it will be helpful to connect each of these larger topics’ meanings to construct an understanding of Reconstruction as a whole. Additionally, connecting the people, events, dates, and overall anecdotes (historical stories/examples) within each subtopic will also give you a better understanding of each individual stage of Reconstruction.
  • Give Me Liberty : Chapter 15 Lecture Slides (Reconstruction)

    1. 1. Norton Lecture Slides Give Me Liberty! AN AMERICAN HISTORY FOURTH EDITION by Eric Foner
    2. 2. Chapter 15 "What Is Freedom?": Reconstruction, 1865–1877
    3. 3. The Shackle Broken—by the Genius of Freedom. Give Me Liberty!: An American History, 4th Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company
    4. 4. Lecture Preview • • • • The Meaning of Freedom The Making of Radical Reconstruction Radical Reconstruction in the South The Overthrow of Reconstruction
    5. 5. The Meaning of Freedom  Focus Question: What visions of freedom did the former slaves and slaveholders pursue in the postwar South?
    6. 6. The Meaning of Freedom • Blacks and the Meaning of Freedom
    7. 7. The Meaning of Freedom • • Families in Freedom Church and School
    8. 8. Family Record, a lithograph marketed to former slaves after the Civil War Give Me Liberty!: An American History, 4th Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company
    9. 9. The Meaning of Freedom • • Political Freedom Land, Labor, and Freedom
    10. 10. Five Generations of a Black Family Give Me Liberty!: An American History, 4th Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company
    11. 11. Mother and Daughter Reading, Mt. Meigs Give Me Liberty!: An American History, 4th Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company
    12. 12. Map 15.1 The Barrow Plantation Give Me Liberty!: An American History, 4th Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company
    13. 13. The Meaning of Freedom • • Masters without Slaves The Free Labor Vision
    14. 14. The First African Church, Richmond Give Me Liberty!: An American History, 4th Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company
    15. 15. Winslow Homer’s 1876 painting Give Me Liberty!: An American History, 4th Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company
    16. 16. The Great Labor Question from a Southern Point of View Give Me Liberty!: An American History, 4th Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company
    17. 17. The Meaning of Freedom • • The Freedmen’s Bureau The Failure of Land Reform
    18. 18. The Freedmen’s Bureau, an engraving from Harper’s Weekly Give Me Liberty!: An American History, 4th Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company
    19. 19. A black family in the cotton fields after the Civil War, photographed in 1867 Give Me Liberty!: An American History, 4th Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company
    20. 20. The Meaning of Freedom • • Toward a New South The White Farmer
    21. 21. Map 15.2 Sharecropping in the South, 1880 Give Me Liberty!: An American History, 4th Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company
    22. 22. A Nursemaid and Her Charge Give Me Liberty!: An American History, 4th Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company
    23. 23. The Meaning of Freedom • • The Urban South Aftermaths of Slavery
    24. 24. The Cotton Depot at Guthrie, Texas Give Me Liberty!: An American History, 4th Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company
    25. 25. The Making of Radical Reconstruction  Focus Question: What were the sources, goals, and competing visions for Reconstruction?
    26. 26. Chinese laborers at work on a Louisiana plantation during Reconstruction Give Me Liberty!: An American History, 4th Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company
    27. 27. The Making of Radical Reconstruction • • Andrew Johnson The Failure of Presidential Reconstruction
    28. 28. The Making of Radical Reconstruction • • The Black Codes The Radical Republicans
    29. 29. Selling a Freeman to Pay His Fine at Monticello, Florida Give Me Liberty!: An American History, 4th Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company
    30. 30. Thaddeus Stevens Give Me Liberty!: An American History, 4th Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company
    31. 31. The Making of Radical Reconstruction • The Origins of Civil Rights
    32. 32. The Making of Radical Reconstruction • The Fourteenth Amendment
    33. 33. President Andrew Johnson, in an 1868 political cartoon Give Me Liberty!: An American History, 4th Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company
    34. 34. A Democratic Party broadside from the election of 1866 in Pennsylvania Give Me Liberty!: An American History, 4th Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company
    35. 35. The Making of Radical Reconstruction • • The Reconstruction Act Impeachment and the Election of Grant
    36. 36. A Democratic Party ribbon from the election of 1866 in Pennsylvania Give Me Liberty!: An American History, 4th Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company
    37. 37. Map 15.3 The Presidential Election of 1868 Give Me Liberty!: An American History, 4th Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company
    38. 38. The Making of Radical Reconstruction • • The Fifteenth Amendment The “Great Constitutional Revolution”
    39. 39. The Fifteenth Amendment, an 1870 lithograph Give Me Liberty!: An American History, 4th Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company
    40. 40. The Making of Radical Reconstruction • • • Boundaries of Freedom The Rights of Women Feminists and Radicals
    41. 41. Uncle Sam’s Thanksgiving Dinner, an engraving by Thomas Give Me Liberty!: An American History, 4th Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company Nast from Harper’s Weekly
    42. 42. A Delegation of Advocates of Woman Suffrage Addressing the House Give Me Liberty!: An American History, 4th Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company
    43. 43. Radical Reconstruction in the South  Focus Question: What were the social and political effects of Radical Reconstruction in the South?
    44. 44. Radical Reconstruction in the South • • “The Tocsin of Freedom” The Black Officeholder
    45. 45. Electioneering at the South, an engraving from Harper’s Weekly Give Me Liberty!: An American History, 4th Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company
    46. 46. The First Vote, an engraving from Harper’s Weekly Give Me Liberty!: An American History, 4th Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company
    47. 47. Black and white members of the Mississippi Senate Give Me Liberty!: An American History, 4th Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company
    48. 48. Radical Reconstruction in the South • • • Carpetbaggers and Scalawags Southern Republicans in Power The Quest for Prosperity
    49. 49. A Portrait of Hiram Revels Give Me Liberty!: An American History, 4th Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company
    50. 50. Emancipation Give Me Liberty!: An American History, 4th Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company
    51. 51. A Group of Black Students and their Teacher Give Me Liberty!: An American History, 4th Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company
    52. 52. The Overthrow of Reconstruction  Focus Question: What were the main factors, in both the North and the South, for the abandonment of Reconstruction?
    53. 53. The Overthrow of Reconstruction • • Reconstruction’s Opponents “A Reign of Terror”
    54. 54. A Cartoon from Around 1870 Give Me Liberty!: An American History, 4th Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company
    55. 55. A Prospective Scene in the City of Oaks Give Me Liberty!: An American History, 4th Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company
    56. 56. The Overthrow of Reconstruction • • The Liberal Republicans The North’s Retreat
    57. 57. A Mississippi Member of the Ku Klux Klan Give Me Liberty!: An American History, 4th Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company
    58. 58. The Old Plantation Home Give Me Liberty!: An American History, 4th Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company
    59. 59. Changes in graphic artist Thomas Nast’s depiction of blacks in Harper’s Weekly Give Me Liberty!: An American History, 4th Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company
    60. 60. The Overthrow of Reconstruction • • The Triumph of the Redeemers The Disputed Election and Bargain of 1877
    61. 61. Map 15.4 Reconstruction in the South, 1867–1877 Give Me Liberty!: An American History, 4th Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company
    62. 62. Map 15.5 The Presidential Election of 1876 Give Me Liberty!: An American History, 4th Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company
    63. 63. Of Course He Wants to Vote the Democratic Ticket Give Me Liberty!: An American History, 4th Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company
    64. 64. The Overthrow of Reconstruction • The End of Reconstruction
    65. 65. Is This a Republican Form of Government? Give Me Liberty!: An American History, 4th Edition Copyright © 2013 W.W. Norton & Company
    66. 66. Review The Meaning of Freedom Focus Question: What visions of freedom did the former slaves and slaveholders pursue in the postwar South? The Making of Radical Reconstruction Focus Question: What were the sources, goals, and competing visions for Reconstruction? Radical Reconstruction in the South Focus Question: What were the social and political effects of Radical Reconstruction in the South? The Overthrow of Reconstruction Focus Question: What were the main factors, in both the North and the South, for the abandonment of Reconstruction?
    67. 67. MEDIA LINKS —— Chapter Title 15 —— Media link Eric Foner on the aftermath of slavery http://wwnorton.com/common/mplay/6.7/?p=/college/history/foner4 /&f=foner_liberty09 Eric Foner on the lives of freedmen http://wwnorton.com/common/mplay/6.7/?p=/college/history/foner4 /mp4/&f=question081 Eric Foner on the Reconstruction amendments http://wwnorton.com/common/mplay/6.7/?p=/college/history/foner4 /mp4/&f=question082 Eric Foner on the successes and failures of Reconstruction http://wwnorton.com/common/mplay/6.7/?p=/college/history/foner4 /mp4/&f=question083 Eric Foner on Johnson's veto of the Civil Rights Bill http://wwnorton.com/common/mplay/6.7/?p=/college/history/foner4 /mp4/&f=question084 Eric Foner on the 14th Amendment http://wwnorton.com/common/mplay/6.7/?p=/college/history/foner4 /mp4/&f=question085 Eric Foner on the 13th, 14th, and 15th Amendments http://wwnorton.com/common/mplay/6.7/?p=/college/history/foner4 /&f=reconstruction_amendments
    68. 68. Next Lecture PREVIEW: —— Chapter 16 —— America's Gilded Age, 1870–1890 • • • • • The Second Industrial Revolution The Transformation of the West Politics in a Gilded Age Freedom in the Gilded Age Labor and the Republic
    69. 69. Norton Lecture Slides Independent and Employee-Owned This concludes the Norton Lecture Slides Slide Set for Chapter 15 Give Me Liberty! AN AMERICAN HISTORY FOURTH EDITION http://wwnorton.com/college/history/give-me-liberty4/ by Eric Foner

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