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Reconstruction After The Civil War: The Road to Reconstruction Video

Video title: The Road to Reconstruction

Use this American History and Reconstruction After The Civil War video entitled The Road to Reconstruction to study the rebuilding of the South in the decade following the Civil War, the social and political impact of Reconstruction in both the North and South, and the forces that finally brought an end to the Reconstruction era.

 

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Reconstruction After The Civil War: The Road to Reconstruction Video. Learning Objectives for this video:

  • The Reconstruction Period. Learn about The Road to Reconstruction, after the Civil War. Explore the difficulties of rebuilding a nation torn asunder by civil war and examine the forces that finally brought an end to the Reconstruction era.
  • Explore the rebuilding of the South in the decade following the Civil War, and discuss the provisions of the Thirteenth, Fourteenth, and Fifteenth Amendments.
  • Survey the social and political impact of Reconstruction in both the North and South.
  • Learn about the efforts to gain equality for freed slaves, and trace the attempts of the South to suppress the rights of blacks through elaborate legal codes and intimidation.
  • Gain insight to the successes, and also the setbacks, resulting from the Reconstruction era, an emerging industrial period, commonly associated with the terms 'carpetbagger' and 'robber baron' that shaped, for many decades, political parties and alliances, racial practices, and the economy of the South.
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