1865~1890: Reconstruction, New South, & America's 2nd Industrial Rev

General

Reconstruction

1865 - 1877

Radical Reconstruction began in 1867
Carpetbaggers: white northerners in the south for reconstruction
Scalawags: southerners who became republicans
Sharecropping
crop lien system
convict lease system

Johnson

April 15, 1865 - March 3, 1869

The Grange

1867

Ulysses Grant

March 4th, 1869 - March 3rd, 1877

Gilded Age/2nd Industrial Revolution/PBBLF

Approx. 1877 - Approx. 1900

Vertical integration, Andre Carnegie, US Steel
Horizontal integration, John D. Rockefeller, Standard Oil
Rebate
Long-short Haul discrimination
price-slashing

RB Hayes

March 4, 1877 - March 4, 1881

Populist Party

1892

Events

Union Pacific Railroad Acts

July 1, 1862

Best ex of PBBLF
provide fed loans and lands to railroad companies

Ku Klux Klan

1866

Johnson's impeachment

1868

14th Amendment

July 9, 1868

Born in the US --> citizen

Knights of Labor

1869

1st labor org

15th Amendment

February 3, 1870

can't deny suffrage based on race

Credit Mobilier

1872

Panic of 1873

1873

Whiskey Ring

1875

Battle of Little Big Horn

June 25 1876

Election of 1876

November 7, 1876

Bargain of 1877
ended reconstruction

Nez Perce War

1877

Great Railroad Strike

1877

Munn v. Illinois

1877

states can set shipping rates

Chinese Exclusion Act

May 6, 1882

Wabash Case

1886

states can't regulate railroad rates
reversed Munn v. IL

Haymarket Square

May 4, 1886

American Federation of Labor

December 1886

Dawes Act

February 8, 1887

Assimilate Indians

Massacre at Wounded Knee

1890

Sherman Antitrust Act

July 2, 1890

Homestead Strike

1892

Panic of 1893

1893

Pullman Strike

1894

Coxey's Army

March 25 1894

Atlanta Compromise

1895

Booker T. Washington

Plessy v. Ferguson

May 18, 1896

"separate but equal"

Cross of Gold Speech

July 9, 1896

William Jennings Bryan

Election of 1896

November 3, 1896

Battle of the Standards

Dingley Tariff

1897

highest tariff ever