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Chapter 22: The Ordeal of Reconstruction

U.S. History I

Mr. Raffay
Chapter 22: The Ordeal of Reconstruction
1. The fate of the Confederate leaders after 1865 was that

2. In the postwar South

3. At the end of the Civil War, many white Southerners

a. still believed that their view of secession was correct.

4. Freedom for Southern blacks at the end of the Civil War

5. For blacks, emancipation meant all of the following except

6. In 1865, Southern

7. The greatest achievements of the Freedmen's Bureau were in

8. The white South viewed the Freedmen's Bureau as

9. In President Andrew Johnson's view, the Freedmen's Bureau was

10. As vice president, Andrew Johnson

11. As a politician, Andrew Johnson developed a reputation as

12. The controversy surrounding the Wade-Davis Bill and the readmission of the Confederate states to the Union demonstrated

13. In his 10 percent plan for Reconstruction, President Lincoln promised

14. That the Southern states were "conquered provinces" and therefore at the mercy of Congress for readmission to the Union was the view of

15. President Johnson's plan for Reconstruction

16. The main purpose of the Black Codes was to

17. The Black Codes provided for all of the following except

18. To many Northerners, the Black Codes seemed to indicate that

19. For congressional Republicans, one of the most troubling aspects of the Southern states' restoration to the Union was that

20. The incident that caused the clash between Congress and President Johnson to explode into the open was

21. The first ex-Confederate state to ratify the Fourteenth Amendment and thus be readmitted to the Union under congressional Reconstruction was

22. The Fourteenth Amendment guaranteed

23. The Fourteenth Amendment

24. In the 1866 congressional elections,

25. The basis of the battle between Congress and President Andrew Johnson was

26. Both moderate and radical Republicans agreed that

27. Radical congressional Reconstruction of the South finally ended when

28. Which of the following was not one of the Reconstruction era amendments?

29. Many feminist leaders were disappointed with the Fourteenth Amendment because it

30. Blacks in the South relied on the Union League to

31. During Reconstruction, African-American women assumed new political roles which included all of the following except

32. Which one of the following is least related to the other three?

33. Radical Reconstruction state governments

34. Political corruption during Reconstruction was

35. Methods used by Ku Klux Klan members to achieve their goal of white supremacy included

36. The goals of the Ku Klux Klan included all of the following except to

37. Congress's impeachment of President Johnson and attempt to remove him from office were directly precipitated by his

38. In 1867 Secretary of State Seward accomplished an enduring success in foreign relations for the Johnson administration when he

39. All of the following were reasons the Senate voted to acquit President Andrew Johnson except



40. Reconstruction might have been more successful if



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