After Lincoln: how the North won the Civil War and lost the peace

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By the 1868 election, united Republicans nominated Ulysses Grant, Lincoln's winning Union general. His attempts to reconcile Southerners with the Union and to quash the rising Ku Klux Klan were undercut by post-war greed and corruption during his two terms. Reconstruction died unofficially in 1887 when Republican Rutherford Hayes joined with the Democrats in a deal that removed the last federal troops from South Carolina and Louisiana.
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table_of_contents Charles Sumner (1865) -- William Henry Seward (1865) -- Jefferson Davis (1865) -- Pinckney Benton Stewart Pinchback (1865) -- Andrew Johnson (1865) -- Oliver Otis Howard (1865) -- Thaddeus Stevens (1865-1866) -- The Fourteenth Amendment (1866) -- Edwin Stanton (1867-1868) -- Salmon Portland Chase (1868) -- Benjamin Franklin Wade (1868) -- Nathan Bedford Forrest (1868) -- Ulysses S. Grant (1869) -- Gold and Santo Domingo (1869-1870) -- Ku Klux Klan (1870-1872) -- Horace Greeley (1872) -- Hiram Revels (1872-1873) -- Grant's second term (1873-1876) -- Rutherford Birchard Hayes (1876) -- Jim Crow (1877).
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title After Lincoln : how the North won the Civil War and lost the peace
title_alt How the north won the Civil War and lost the peace
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title_short After Lincoln :
title_sort after lincoln how the north won the civil war and lost the peace
title_sub how the North won the Civil War and lost the peace
topic HISTORY / United States / 19th Century, HISTORY / United States / Civil War Period (1850-1877), Reconstruction (U.S. history, 1865-1877), United States Politics and government 1865-1877
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