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One example appears for you. Somebody ... Wanted ... But ... So ... President Abraham Lincoln The nation to heal as quickly as possible from the Civil War and planned to reunify the nation quickly He was assassinated in 1865 only days after Robert E. Lee’s surrender Plans for Reconstruction were taken over by Vice President Andrew Johnson, who became president after Lincoln’s death President Andrew Johnson To continue the reconstruction Overrode by congress Radical Republicans started the radical reconstruction Radical Republicans The southern people to be punished if they were to reunify with the union President Haynes took office and removed the federal troops from the south Federal protection for the pro republicans and African Americans voters including freedman was over Southern Democrats To have federal troops removed from the south and to have a southern democrat named in the cabinet Haynes accepted and removed the federal troops and named a southern democrat in his office The reconstruction policy came to an end after the removal of the federal troops from the south Part 2 – Answer the following questions in a complete paragraph of your own words.
Henry Clay died on June 29, 1852 in Washington D.C. Robert Young Hayne was born November 10, 1791 in South Carolina. He wasn’t able to pay for collage education so he studied law under a man by the name of Langdon Cheves. He served briefly in the militia during the war of 1812. After he returned he was elected the state
When the United States refused to surrender Fort Sumter in South Carolina, the Confederates attacked the fort, beginning the American Civil War. Later, four more states (Arkansas, Virginia, Tennessee, and North Carolina) joined the Confederacy for a total of eleven. In his whole period as President, he had to rebuild the Union with military force and many bloody battles. He also had to stop the "border states", like Kentucky, Missouri, and Maryland, from leaving the Union and joining the
He countered this by stating he will uphold the doctrine of states right. Most southerners distrusted him.. His victory in the election led to the secession of eleven southern states from the union leading to the formation of the Confederate States of America with Jefferson Davis as its president. This was viewed by the US administrators as an act of treason. Hostilities were prompted in April of 1861 when the conferderationist attacked a US military installation at fort summer in South Carolina leading to Lincoln, who had been in office for only six weeks to call for each state to volunteer an army. He declared these acts of secession as illegal and asked Congress for 500,000 soldiers to crush what threatened to be an aggressive rebellion.