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Abolitionism
1863: Emancipation Proclamation
1865: 13th Amendment
Bourbon Restoration
1876 to 1904
Conservative Democrats; Redeemer regime; Grover Cleveland
VA & KY Resolutions
1798/9
KY: Nullification
VA: Interposition
Nullification Crisis
1828/1832
Fugitive Slave Act
1850; Part of the Compromise of 1850
Agrarian Revolution
17-19th Centuries in Britain
Black Belt
1865
John C. Breckenridge
1860 Election
Southern faction of the Democratic Party
John Brown
1859 Harper's Ferry Raid
Stephen A. Douglas
promoted popular sovereignty
largely responsible for the Compromise of 1850
reopened slavery question with 1854 Kansas-Nebraska Act
1860 Northern faction of the Democratic party
Duel
1865
Free Labor
Free Soil
1860
Homestead Exemption
1848-1852
18 states passed homestead laws
Mexican American War
1846-1848
Kansas-Nebraska Act
1854
Ocala Platform
1890
Popular Sovereignty
1854
Republican Party
formed between 1854-1856, out of collapse of Whig party
1860 election
Dred Scott decision
1857
Secession movement
1860-1861
SC-TN
States' rights
1860, 1798/9, 1828/32
Tariff of Abominations
Tariff of 1828
Nat Turner
1831
Uncle Tom's Cabin
1852
Denmark Vessey
1822
Whig Party
1832-54
Roger B. Taney
1857 Dred Scott
Personal Liberty Laws
following 1842 Sup Court decision declaring enforcement of FSA a federal function, states passed laws forbidding state authorities to engage in capture & return of slaves. Other such laws were enacted in response to the 1793 Act.
Wendell Phillips
1861-65 assailed Lincoln's reluctance to uproot slavery
1863 support full civil liberties for freedmen
Appomattox
April 9, 1865
Border States
Sept 1861 CSA occupied lower west corner of KY
Ft. Sumter, SC
April 1861
Jefferson Davis
1861
Confederacy
1861-1865
20 Nigger Law
Fall 1862
Alexander Stephens
Vice President of Confederacy
1861-1865
Contraband
1861-1865
Crittenden Compromise
1860
Ulysses S. Grant
1861-1865
Robert E. Lee
1861-1865
Wilmot Provisio
1846
Wade Hampton
1876 fist gubernatorial candidate to oppose recon
SC
Confiscation Acts
1861
1862
Emancipation Proclamation
1863
Militia Act
1862
Wade-Davis Bill
1864
Mississippi Plan
1875
Compromise of 1877
1877 Ends Reconstruction as compromise of 1876 election
Congressional Reconstruction
1866
Military Reconstruction
1867
Freedmen's Bureau
1865-1869
Ten Percent Plan
1863 Proclamation of Amnesty and Reconstruction
13th Amendment
1865
14th Amendment
1866
15 Amendment
1868
Andrew Johnson
1865-1869
Revised Presidential Reconstruction
1865
Black codes
1865 Reaction to the 13th Amendment
Boll Weevil
1892 in TX
by 1923 all of old cotton states
Woodrow Wilson
1912
Convict Lease
began in Recon
Southern Literary Renaissance
1920-1950
Hookworm & Pellegra
1920s: peak
Ended when GD displaced people
Agricultural Adjustment Administration
1933
New Deal Era 1933/36
Child Labor
1901: comes to attention of reformers
FDR: 1938 Fair Labor Standards Act placed limits on many forms of child labor
Great Depression
1929- late 1930s/ early 40s
Great Migration
1910-1940
1940-1970
primarily between the WWs
Jim Crow
Home Rule cases of 1870s: states not beholden to 14th Amend; fed power
Cruikshank vs. US: affirmed decision and extended it to 2nd Amend
1896: Plessy vs. Ferguson legitimized legal segregation
Mississippi River Flood
1927
FDR
elected in 1932
New Deal 1932-36
Atlanta Compromise
1895
Booker T. Washington
AC 1895
d. 1915
Mississippi Plan (2nd)
1890
Plessy vs. Ferguson
1896
Understanding Clause
1890
W.E.B. Du Bois
1905, 1910
Tuskegee Institute
1895-1915
White Basis
1860
White Primary
1915
all states were practicing direct-primary system
Redeemers
1877
Tom Watson
1890
Populism
1876-Alliance
1890s
1892 Official Political Party
New South
1865
Solid South
1877-1964
Grandfather Clause
LA 1890
Trespass, Fence, Game Laws
1759 Act in GA fencing crops
1872 fence/game in Black Belt
early 1890s most areas had both
Ella Baker
1960
Civil Rights Act
1964
Brown vs. Board of Education
1954
Medgar Evers
1946, year he returned to Mississippi
Freedom Summer
1964
Montgomery Improvement Association
1955
SCLC
1957
SNCC
1960
Martin Luther King, Jr.
1955 MIA
1963 March on Washington
KKK
1865-1960s
1865 founding
Resurgence in 10s and 20s and again after WWII
A. Phillip Randolph
1948, year Truman desegregated the Armed Forces
Voting Rights Act
1965
White Citizen's Councils
1954