Reconstruction of Geogia Timeline

  • 13th Amendment Ratified

    13th Amendment Ratified
    That's when they outlawed and ended slavery. They also forgive each state's debts. It provision abolishing slavery.
  • Freedmen's Bureau

    Freedmen's Bureau
    Something they all needed. Also to help the poor whites obtain supplies. Organization also created schools.
  • End of the Civil War (Appomattox)

    End of the Civil War  (Appomattox)
    Confederate troops surrended. They were allowed to go home. Union troops cheered for their VICTORY !
  • Abraham Lincoln Assassinated

    Abraham Lincoln Assassinated
    John Wilkes Booth entered a private box, and SHOT Lincoln in the head. He died the next day. He talked about his plan with reunite the Union.
  • 14th Amendment Ratified

    14th Amendment Ratified
    Everybody got there equal rights. Georgia and the South was upset about the act. Civil Right's Act guaranted the right to African American.
  • 15th Amendment Ratified

    15th Amendment Ratified
    All males citzen had the right to vote reguardless of their races. 16 state still prohibited blacks from voting. Democratic gained control of the state legislature.
  • Georgia Readmitted to the Union

    Georgia Readmitted to the Union
    Democratic gained control ! They accused Governor R. Bullock of corruption. He was the last, into 2003 Sonny Perdue took office.
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    Reconstruction of Georgia Timeline

    What is reconstruction ? It's The act of building something again. A time period after the Civil War which the South rejoined the Union and Rebuilt it's society.
  • Election of Rutherford B. Hayes

    Election of Rutherford B. Hayes
    Made the economy in the North needed attention. Southern also grow. He Withdraw with Samuel J. Tidden and was called "Compromise of 1877".
  • Henry McNeal Turner elected to Senate

    Henry McNeal Turner elected to Senate
    He ws from Bibb County. A free African American. Promoted land, ownershipp, education, and voting rights. Disliked him for his radical positions.