Lincoln"s reconstruction neither failure of vision nor vision of failure by Harold Melvin Hyman

Cover of: Lincoln

Published by Louis A. Warren Lincoln Library and Museum in Fort Wayne, Ind .

Written in English

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Subjects:

  • Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865.,
  • Reconstruction (U.S. history, 1865-1877)

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references.

Book details

StatementHarold M. Hyman.
SeriesAnnual R. Gerald McMurtry lecture ;, 3rd
Classifications
LC ClassificationsE668 .H978 1980
The Physical Object
Pagination32 p. :
Number of Pages32
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3062098M
LC Control Number82158128

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A general amnesty would be granted to all who would take an oath of loyalty to the United States and pledge to obey all federal laws pertaining to slavery 2. Lincoln Reconstruction Plan. Abraham Lincoln had thought about the process of restoring the Union from the earliest days of the war. His guiding principles were to accomplish the task as rapidly as possible and ignore calls for punishing the South.

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Completed by Richard N Current using the notes and drafts Randall left at his death, this book describes the key events of Lincoln's administration from December to April It is a Bancroft Prize-winning history of Lincoln's last year in office.

After victorious federal troops swept through southern Louisiana inthe state became the testing ground for Abraham Lincoln’s approach to reconstruction, and thus the focal point for the debate over post-war policy in Washington.

President Lincoln came to Richmond on its surrender to the forces under General Grant in April, He came in the wake of the invading, victorious Federal army.

Content Reading Guide: Reconstruction Begins Reconstruction is the period in which the United States began to rebuild the South after the Civil War and readmit the former Confederate states from During this time, government programs, like the Freedmen’s Bureau, were created.

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Grant and the Politics of War and Reconstruction, (Hardcover). In “Path to the White House: Abraham Lincoln from ” and “Lincoln as Emancipator,” this book’s editor, Michael Jay Friedman, lays out the issues that led to the Civil War and the events that led Lincoln to order the Emancipation Proclamation, which freed the slaves of American South.

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Dee, ). With the April 9 premiere of Henry Louis Gates Jr.'s new PBS television series Reconstruction: America After the Civil War, interest is high in this controversial period in American history. Check out these absorbing titles (several by historians featured in the program, including Gates himself) on Reconstruction and its lingering consequences.

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Reconstruction, –77, in U.S. history, the period of readjustment following the Civil War. At the end of the Civil War, the defeated South was a ruined physical destruction wrought by the invading Union forces was enormous, and the old social and economic order founded on slavery had collapsed completely, with nothing to replace it.

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During and after the Civil War, four presidents faced the challenge of reuniting the nation and of providing justice for black Americans—and of achieving a balance between those goals.

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Lee's surrender at Appomattox—and just three days before his own assassination—Lincoln gave his final speech, to thousands (including John Wilkes Booth) gathered on a mud-filled White House lawn. Editorial Reviews “Lincoln and Reconstruction is a forcefully and intriguingly argued work on a topic that remains relevant and controversial.”—H-Net Review “Lincoln and Reconstruction is an enjoyable book.”—The Federal Lawyer “Readers interested in the Civil War era will likely find John C.

Rodrigue’s slim volume Lincoln and Reconstruction to be an intriguing study.”—Pages: THE PRESIDENT’S PLAN. From the outset of the rebellion inLincoln’s overriding goal had been to bring the Southern states quickly back into the fold in order to restore the Union ().In early Decemberthe president began the process of reunification by unveiling a three-part proposal known as the ten percent plan that outlined how the states would return.

The short version of the book is that the failure of Reconstruction was a mix of economic problems, government corruption (this was present in both parties, but the Republicans as the majority party, and the party of former slave office holders in the South was blamed more strongly) and fatigue of the problems of Reconstruction, not freed Black.

Abraham Lincoln, Constitutionalism, and Equal Rights in the Civil War Era, () pp. online edition; Foner, Eric (November ). "The Supreme Court and the history of reconstruction – and vice-versa". Columbia Law Review.

Columbia Law School. (7): – JSTOR Archived from the original on Advocates of an Civil Rights Act, Hoffer’s book shows, were only able to glimpse a Constitution, in the days of Reconstruction, which would have ensured equal protection for all.

Reconstruction: America’s Unfinished Revolution. The Battle of Vicksburg, Mississippi, also called the Siege of Vicksburg, was the final result of a long land and naval campaign by Union forces to capture a key strategic position during the American Civil War.

President Abraham Lincoln recognized the significance of the town situated on a foot bluff above the Mississippi River. This period from to is usually called obvious problem for America in April is the assassination of a President: Abraham Lincoln was murdered on Ap The.

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After victorious federal troops swept through southern Louisiana inthe state became the testing ground for Abraham Lincoln's approach to reconstruction, and thus the focal point for the debate over post-war policy in Washington.

Abraham Lincoln. What were some objections to Lincolns oringinal plan for reconstruction. 13 14 Answer. Top Answer. Wiki User. Lincoln's Reconstruction Plans InAbraham Lincoln was in a very difficult position.

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