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Short and reasonable, but cautious to not sacrifice components important to pupil studying, the US offers scholars and teachers every little thing they need — and not anything they don’t. The authors’ personal abridgement preserves the hallmark explanatory strength of the guardian textual content, assisting scholars to appreciate not just what occurred yet why — so they’re by no means left thinking about what’s vital. a different seven-part narrative constitution highlights the an important turning issues in American background and explores the dynamic forces shaping each one interval, facilitating scholars’ knowing of continuity and alter. The narrative is enriched and bolstered by means of brilliant full-color artwork and punctiliously crafted maps, which supply precious instruments for pupil comprehension and enrichment. primary-source beneficial properties in each bankruptcy make sure that scholars comprehend old occasions as they have been considered nationally and across the world. the result's a short e-book that, as well as being a great cost, is a superb price.

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Fodder 6% 4. Corn 28% 5. Cotton 57% 1881 Landlord's house Service and farm buildings Houses of former slaves Road Valley floor Gentle slopes Higher ground 12 4 5 ch an hF Nor t ’s Handy Barrow S y ll e ek u Plantation bo ary nd e River Littl Cr F ork Gin house ch o rk B ran Crop share of income for Handy Barrow (ex-slave, 1881) The boundary also indicates that the land was surveyed according to the old "metes-and-bounds" system, not the rectangular pattern created by the Land Ordinance of 1785 for the division of federal lands.

Despite a lot of rhetoric, Republican regimes elsewhere did little to help the freedmen fulfill their dreams. Federal efforts proved equally feeble. The Southern Homestead Act of 1866 offered eighty-acre grants to settlers, limited for the first year to freedmen and southern Unionists. The advantage was mostly symbolic, however, since only marginal land was made available, off the beaten track in swampy, infertile parts of the Lower South. There was no reversing President Johnson’s order restoring confiscated lands to ex-Confederates.

C H A P T E R 15 Reconstruction, 1865–1877 u 449 The impeachment controversy made Grant, already the North’s war hero, a Republican hero as well, and he easily won the party’s presidential nomination in 1868. Although he supported radical Reconstruction, Grant also urged reconciliation between the sections. His Democratic opponent, Horatio Seymour, a former governor of New York, almost declined the nomination because he doubted that the Democrats could overcome the stain of disloyalty. As Seymour feared, the Republicans “waved the bloody shirt,” stirring up old wartime emotions against the Democrats to great effect.

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