Reconstructing the Nation
1865–1877
HIST 1301 Mini-Lectures on YouTube
Click Here for the Wk 14 Mini-Lecture Playlist
The Beginnings of Reconstruction
African Americans Build New Lives After
Emancipation
Freedpeople Explore the Meaning of
Freedom
Freedpeople Need Votes and Land
Eric Foner on 1866 and the Birth of Civil Rights
The Drama of Reconstruction Unfolds
President Johnson Versus Congress
Conflict Over The Black Codes
Radical Reconstruction
Radical Reconstruction (Cont.)
African Americans Become a Force in
Southern Politics
Republican Party Activism in the South
Gary Gallagher on the "Lost Cause"
The End of Reconstruction
Southern Democrats and the Klan
“Redeem” the South
Southern Democrats and the Klan
“Redeem” the South
Southern Democrats and the Klan
“Redeem” the South
The Final Assault on Reconstruction
Hayes v. Tilden & the End of Reconstruction
Additional Resources:
David Bight's Lectures
Civil War and Reconstruction Course
Yale University
19. To Appomattox and Beyond: The End of the War
and a Search for Meanings
20. Wartime Reconstruction: Imagining the
Aftermath and a Second American Republic
21. Andrew Johnson and the Radicals: A Contest
over the Meaning of Reconstruction
22. Constitutional Crisis and Impeachment of a
President
23. Black Reconstruction in the South: The
Freedpeople and the Economics of Land and Labor
24. Retreat from Reconstruction: The Grant Era and
Paths to "Southern Redemption"
25. The "End" of Reconstruction: Disputed Election
of 1876, and the "Compromise of 1877"
26. Race and Reunion: The Civil War in American
Memory
27. Legacies of the Civil War
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  • He Wants a Change, Too
  • Disrespecting the Dead (p. 591)
  • Traveling (p. 594)
  • Republican-Dominated Congress Passed act establishing Freemen's Bureau to Disperse Aid and Administer Federal Programs
  • Plowing in South Carolina  (p. 597)
  • The Popular Idea of the Freedmen’s Bureau—Plenty to Eat and Nothing To Do  (p. 599)
  • Pardoned (p. 601)
  • Selling a Freedman to Pay His Fine  (p. 602)
  • Map 12.1 The Duration of Radical Reconstruction (p. 604)
  • Mad Andy (p. 605)
  • The Massacre at New Orleans  (p. 608)
  • The First Vote  (p. 612)
  • White Supremacy Forever! (p. 610)
  • Hiram Revels (p. 613) First African-American U.S. Senator
  • Equal (If Begrudging) Treatment (p. 614)
  • “ Dedicated to the Men of the South Who Suffered Exile, Imprisonment and Death for the Daring Service They Rendered Our Country as Citizens of the Invisible Empire” (p. 619)
  • Colored Rule in the Reconstructed (?) State  (p. 621)
  • I Wonder How Harper’s Artist Likes To Be Offensively Caricatured Himself?  (p. 622)
  • Map 12.2 The Election of 1876 (p. 624)
  • Hist1301 Week 14

    1. 1. Reconstructing the Nation 1865–1877
    2. 2. HIST 1301 Mini-Lectures on YouTube Click Here for the Wk 14 Mini-Lecture Playlist
    3. 3. The Beginnings of Reconstruction
    4. 4. African Americans Build New Lives After Emancipation
    5. 5. Freedpeople Explore the Meaning of Freedom
    6. 6. Freedpeople Need Votes and Land
    7. 7. Eric Foner on 1866 and the Birth of Civil Rights
    8. 8. The Drama of Reconstruction Unfolds
    9. 9. President Johnson Versus Congress
    10. 10. Conflict Over The Black Codes
    11. 11. Radical Reconstruction
    12. 12. Radical Reconstruction (Cont.)
    13. 13. African Americans Become a Force in Southern Politics
    14. 14. Republican Party Activism in the South
    15. 15. Gary Gallagher on the "Lost Cause"
    16. 16. The End of Reconstruction
    17. 17. Southern Democrats and the Klan “Redeem” the South
    18. 18. Southern Democrats and the Klan “Redeem” the South
    19. 19. Southern Democrats and the Klan “Redeem” the South
    20. 20. The Final Assault on Reconstruction
    21. 21. Hayes v. Tilden & the End of Reconstruction
    22. 22. Additional Resources: David Bight's Lectures Civil War and Reconstruction Course Yale University
    23. 23. 19. To Appomattox and Beyond: The End of the War and a Search for Meanings
    24. 24. 20. Wartime Reconstruction: Imagining the Aftermath and a Second American Republic
    25. 25. 21. Andrew Johnson and the Radicals: A Contest over the Meaning of Reconstruction
    26. 26. 22. Constitutional Crisis and Impeachment of a President
    27. 27. 23. Black Reconstruction in the South: The Freedpeople and the Economics of Land and Labor
    28. 28. 24. Retreat from Reconstruction: The Grant Era and Paths to "Southern Redemption"
    29. 29. 25. The "End" of Reconstruction: Disputed Election of 1876, and the "Compromise of 1877"
    30. 30. 26. Race and Reunion: The Civil War in American Memory
    31. 31. 27. Legacies of the Civil War

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