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Grade 11 Reconstruction
Grade 11 Reconstruction
The Freedman’s Bureau was established to:
  1. transport freed slaves to the North
  2. provide former slaves with food, clothing, and education
  3. establish public works projects
  4. redistribute planters’ land to former slaves
Grade 11 Reconstruction
After the Civil War, agriculture in the south was
  1. dominated by cotton
  2. dependent on many crops
  3. dominated by tobacco
  4. dominated by vegetables
Grade 11 Reconstruction
Which of the following was NOT a part of the Republican Congress’ program for Reconstruction?
  1. The confiscation of the land of large planters
  2. The protection of the civil rights of former slaves
  3. The repudiation of all Confederate debts
  4. c. The imposition of military rule upon the former Confederacy
Grade 11 Reconstruction
Which of the following did NOT contribute to the end of Reconstruction?
  1. Violent intimidation of African American voters by the Ku Klux Klan and other terrorist organizations
  2. A split within the Republican party over corruption in the Grant Administration
  3. Public outrage over the impeachment of Andrew Johnson
Grade 11 Reconstruction
This was a legal policy that split the South into 5 military districts.
  1. Wade-Davis Bill
  2. Reconstruction Acts
  3. 14th Amendment
  4. Black Codes
Grade 11 Reconstruction
Which of the following limited the economic recovery of the south?
  1. New cities rose up in Georgia, Texas, and Tennessee
  2. Railroad lines were expanded in southern states
  3. Southerners lobbied the federal government for financial help
  4. Southern banks struggled to support industrial development
Grade 11 Reconstruction
This college was built by Booker T. Washington and located in Alabama.
  1. Alabama State University
  2. Oakwood Cpllege
  3. Alabama A & M University
  4. Tuskegee University
Grade 11 Reconstruction
This scholar founded the NAACP and was a graduate of Harvard University.
  1. Mary Wells
  2. Booker T Washington
  3. George Washington Carver
  4. W.E.B. Dubois
Grade 11 Reconstruction
Under Lincoln's plan, how could states come back into the Union?
  1. States could come back when 10% of their voters took an oath to support the United States
  2. When the majority of White men swear loyalty to the United States
  3. When African Americans are allowed to vote
Grade 11 Reconstruction
Which of the following was not a provision of the Reconstruction Act of 1867
  1. the South would be divided into military districts
  2. Southern states had to pass the Fourteenth Amendment
  3. Southern states had to give African Americans the right to vote
  4. All African-American families would receive 40 Acres and a mule
Grade 11 Reconstruction
Grade 11 Reconstruction
Which action showed that President Andrew Johnson did not support greater rights for African Americans in the South
  1. he allowed high-ranking Confederates to vote without swearing allegiance to the United States
  2. he vetoed the Freedmen's Bureau Act and the Civil Rights Act of 1866
  3. he fired Secretary of War Edwin Stanton in 1868
  4. he supported a Reconstruction plan similar to President Lincoln's plan
Grade 11 Reconstruction
The Jim Crow Laws, upheld by the Supreme Court in Plessy v. Ferguson (1896), provided for
  1. separate public facilities based on race
  2. racial integration of public schools
  3. voting rights for African American males
Grade 11 Reconstruction
After the Civil War, one way business leaders tried to eliminate competition was by
  1. forming monopolies or trusts
  2. increasing the prices of their products
  3. paying high wages to their workers
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