Question

What did the 13th, 14th, and 15th amendments to the U.S. Constitution have in common?

What did the 13th, 14th, and 15th amendments to the U.S. Constitution have in common?

The three amendments made slavery illegal and freed Americans who had been held as slaves.

They were meant to restore the property rights of former slaveholders and Confederate officers.

They were efforts to give male African Americans equal rights of citizenship to white American men.

The amendments taken together were intended to eliminate racial discrimination in the United States.

Which statement best explains the opinion that many former slaves in Southern states would have held toward the U.S. government's Reconstruction policies?

The South has learned its lesson and must join the U.S. again as an equal partner.

The Federal government has given too little power to state governments in the South.

Reconstruction is an attempt to enforce equal citizenship rights for African Americans.

The Northern states want to maintain dominance and control over the Southern states.

Which of the following places the historical events in the correct chronological order?

passage of the 14th Amendment, election of Ulysses S. Grant, the Reconstruction Acts, surrender of the Confederate Army

surrender of the Confederate Army, the Reconstruction Acts, assassination of Abraham Lincoln, passage of the 14th Amendment

assassination of Abraham Lincoln, impeachment trial of Andrew Johnson, election of Ulysses S. Grant, the Reconstruction Acts

abolition of Slavery in the Confederate states, surrender of the Confederate Army, assassination of Abraham Lincoln, impeachment trial of Andrew Johnson

What was the effect of the "Trail of Tears" on Native Americans?

It helped end the American-Indian War.

They were forced to move into Indian Territory.

Native Americans were enslaved by American farmers.

They were given land through the Homestead Act of 1862.

Which group was likely responsible for Ulysses S. Grant winning the presidential election in 1868?

African-American voters in the North

African-American voters in the South

former supporters of the Confederacy

families of men who had died in the Civil War

Pls answer fast i suck at history

Answers

They were efforts to give male African Americans equal rights of citizenship to white American men.

The South has learned its lesson and must join the U.S. again as an equal partner. is best

abolition of Slavery in the Confederate states, surrender of the Confederate Army, assassination of Abraham Lincoln, impeachment trial of Andrew Johnson

They were forced to move into Indian Territory.

families of men who had died in the Civil War

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