Exam 1.05 a Newsouth

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Question 1 (Multiple Choice Worth 5 points)

map of United States showing the many train lines of the Southern Railway system after the Civil War

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Railroads in the South were few before the Civil War. By the time it was over, most were destroyed. What does this map demonstrate?

railway building was a priority in the South during and after Reconstruction

little progress was made in repairing the structural damage of the Civil War

more people focused on building new factories over repairing railroad lines

the only new railroads built were those connecting the North to the South

Question 2 (Multiple Choice Worth 5 points)

Ku Klux Klansman and white man shown holding a skull and crossbones over the heads of 2 freed slaves

Library of Congress AP2.H32 1874 (Case Y) [P&P]

According to the image, life for freedmen during Reconstruction

was much better than it was under slavery

was much worse than it was under slavery

reflected the benefits of citizenship rights

reflected the challenges of citizen rights

Question 3 (Multiple Choice Worth 5 points)

Freed slave with hands in air and a caption saying Free.

Library of Congress 5174

Which of the following quotes reveals that the experience shown in the image was probably rare after the Civil War?

"My husband rents a little piece of land and us raise a corn crop and that's the way us do."

"The people are not able to pay the tuition, but they want to send their children to school."

"I am a Republican--a dyed in the wool Republican--the party of freedom and progress."

"All freedmen--with no lawful employment --shall be fined a sum--and imprisoned --"

Question 4 (Multiple Choice Worth 5 points)

Former slaves shown casting a vote

Library of Congress AP2.H32 1867 Case Y [P&P]

Which amendment to the U.S. Constitution directly guarantees the right shown in this image?





Question 5 (Multiple Choice Worth 5 points)

What change was...