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Title: Review Chapter 12, Section 2 for Quiz


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Review Chapter 12, Section 2 for Quiz
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Vocabulary
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Quiz
  • If the statement is true, write true on the
    line. If it is false, change the underlined word
    or words to make it true.
  • Robert G. Fitzgerald was the first African
    American to win election as a U.S. senator.
  • Democrats called those white Southerners who
    joined the Republican party scalawags.
  • In the system known as tenant farming, landowners
    divided their land and gave each worker a few
    acres plus seed and tools. In return, the worker
    gave the landowner a portion of the harvested
    crop.
  • Very few former slaves were able to take part in
    sharecropping because they could never raise
    enough cash to rent land from planters.
  • Carpetbaggers were those who left their homes
    after the war and moved to the South, where they
    were often scorned as dishonest business people.

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Character Development
  • What is your biggest pet peeve? Why does it
    bother you so much? Explain.

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  • Ch.12, Sec.2
  • Reconstructing Society
  • Conditions and Politics in Postwar South
  • 1. By 1870, all former Confederate states had
    been readmitted. Republicans ran the government.

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  • 2. South faced terrible economic conditions.
  • 3. Southern state governments began public
    works programs to repair physical damage and
    provide social services

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  • 4. Groups that made up the Republican Party in
    the South.
  • -Scalawags, Carpetbaggers, African-Americans
  • 5. Lack of unity in the Republican Party.

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  • Former slave improve their lives
  • 1. Finding family members
  • 2. Education
  • 3. Churches and organizations
  • 4. Government participation-Hiram Revels

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  • C. Changes in the Southern Economy
  • 1. forty acres and a mule
  • 2. Sharecropping and tenant farming
  • 3. Cotton- no longer king

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  • Ch.12, Sec.2
  • Reconstructing Society
  • Conditions and Politics in Postwar South
  • 1. By 1870, all former Confederate states had
    been readmitted. Republicans ran government
  • 2. South faced terrible economic conditions.
  • 3. Southern state govts. began public works
    programs
  • 4. Groups that made up the Republican Party in
    the South.
  • -Carpetbaggers, Scalawags, African-Americans
  • 5. Lack of unity in the Republican Party.
  • Former slave improve their lives
  • 1. Finding family members
  • 2. Education
  • 3. Churches and organizations
  • 4. Government participation-Hiram Revels
  • Changes in the Southern Economy
  • 1. forty acres and a mule
  • 2. Sharecropping and tenant farming
  • 3. Cotton-no longer king.

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Review Questions
  • How did the Republican governments in the South
    attempt to rebuild the region?
  • What three groups in the South made up the
    Republican Party?
  • In what ways were the Republicans disunified?
  • What things did many African-Americans do with
    their new-found freedom?
  • How was the African-American communitys entry
    into the political scene a success? How was that
    success limited?
  • What was the difference between sharecropping and
    tenant farming?
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