1. The 1863 Proclamation
of Amnesty and Reconstruction proposed
2. Why did Congress
reject Louisiana’s new constitution in 1864?
3. The Wade-Davis
Bill stipulated that states could reenter the Union
4. Why did Lincoln
pocket-veto the Wade-Davis Bill?
5. The Radical Republicans
6. The Freedmen’s
Bureau had the most success in
7. The Compromise
of 1877 was
8. All of the following
were components of Lincoln’s blueprint for Reconstruction except
9. What did William
Tecumseh Sherman’s Special Field Order No. 15 do?
10. The Thirteenth
11. The Civil Rights
Act of 1866 extended
all of the following liberties to black Americans except
12. Which constitutional
amendment did the Civil Rights Act of 1866 most
13. What effect did
the 1866 Memphis
and New Orleans race riots and Andrew Johnson’s “Swing Around the
Circle” speeches have?
14. Which U.S. Supreme
Court decision(s) did the Fourteenth Amendment reverse?
15. Andrew Johnson
16. By 1880,
most southern blacks had found employment as
17. Southern legislatures
passed the black codes in response to
18. Who were carpetbaggers?
20. The Ku Klux Klan
was founded in Tennessee after the passage of the
21. After the Civil
War, many former slaves celebrated their freedom by
22. Why did most
southern blacks prefer sharecropping to wage labor after the Civil
23. Why did southern
white landowners prefer the sharecropping system to wage labor after
the Civil War?
24. One consequence
of the Depression of 1873 was
25. Liberal Republicans
fought for all of the following except
26. Who nominated
Horace Greeley for president in 1872?
27. What was Crédit
28. Samuel J. Tilden
rose to national fame when he
29. Liberal Republicans
rose to power primarily because many northerners wanted
30. The Depression
of 1873 was
caused by all of the following except
31. President Grant
is best described as
32. Which of the
following was one of the fastest-growing sectors of the economy
during the Reconstruction era?
33. The government
officials who embezzled money from the U.S. Treasury in 1874 were
known as the
34. The Civil Rights
Act of 1875 was
a failure for all of the following reasons except
35. What brought
on the end of Radical Reconstruction?
36. Which law did
Congress pass to try to outlaw racial discrimination in all public
37. The Supreme Court’s
ruling in the 1873 Slaughterhouse Cases
weakened blacks’ rights under the
38. Democrats allowed
Rutherford B. Hayes to become president in 1877 when
Republicans promised to
39. What did the
Compromise of 1877 do?
40. The Supreme Court
ruled in United States v. Cruikshank that
41. Radicals in the
House impeached Andrew Johnson in 1868 because
he had violated the
42. What did the
Fourteenth Amendment do?
43. What did the
Fifteenth Amendment do?
44. Why did seven
Republican senators vote with Democrats to acquit Andrew Johnson
during his impeachment trial?
45. The First Reconstruction
Act did all of the following except
46. All of the following
are reasons that Republicans nominated Rutherford B. Hayes for president
in 1876 except
47. From which group
did southern Republicans received most of their support?
48. Congress passed
the Resumption Act in 1875 to
49. Grant’s reputation
was damaged by all of the following scandals except