Reconstruction and the Aftermath of the Civil War

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President Lincoln began planning “reconstruction” for the defeated South before the end of the war: how to integrate former slaves into their society, how to bring former Confederates back into the Union fold, and the process by which the ravaged South would be re-built. The era of Reconstruction ended up lasting three times longer than the actual war.

Pages: 48

Pages: 48

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Small chapter book which describes the conflict that divided the nation, what the Union and Confederacy were fighting for, and what life was like for an ordinary soldier on the battlefield and for his family at home.

  • Knowledge Box Central families: Use this alongside the Wars lapbooks, foldables, and booklets.
  • Lucerna Academy families: Use this book for 1 week in Year 3 Dialectic History class.
  • Tapestry of Grace families: Replacement title for Rebuilding a Nation: Picking Up the Pieces  by Sarah Elder Hale (dialectic) and Carpetbaggers (upper grammar). Use for 1 week in Unit 3 of Year 3.
  • Weaver Curriculum families: This is an option to use during your study of the Civil War.
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