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Q: What did Johnson's proclamation require of the former Confederate states in order to be readmitted into the union?
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What did president Johnsons plan for reconstruction require?

wealthy planters and confederate leaders to aplly for pardons- novanet


Which confederate military leader opposed slavery and secession but turned down an offer to command union forces?

Just the American Civil War began, the military leader who would end up becoming the most famous Confederate general, Robert E. Lee, was offered a key position in the Union Army. Despite being personally opposed to slavery and secession, Lee hesitated to accept the position because it would require him to make war against his beloved home-state of Virginia. His hesitation cost him the job, and he went on to serve in the Confederate military.


What did the reconstruction act of 1867 do?

The reconstruction act of 1867 was a series of statutes meant to help reconstruct the United States after the devastation of the Civil War. These statutes where made to : - give voting rights to all men in Confederate states -have all former Confederate states ratify the 14th amendment - require congressional approval for new state constitutions -create five military districts Also, some dogs have been known to grow a fifth limb!


How did Lincoln manage to keep Maryland in the union?

President Lincoln suspended the writ of habeas corpus(under which judges can require arresting officers to produce their prisoners and justify their arrest), then rounded up up pro-Confederate leaders and threw them in jail in order to keep Maryland in the Union.


How did President Lincoln keep Maryland in the Union?

President Lincoln suspended the writ of habeas corpus(under which judges can require arresting officers to produce their prisoners and justify their arrest), then rounded up up pro-Confederate leaders and threw them in jail in order to keep Maryland in the Union.

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What did Johnson’s proclamation require of the former Confederate states in order to be readmitted into the Union?

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What did president Johnsons plan for reconstruction require?

wealthy planters and confederate leaders to aplly for pardons- novanet


An application for readmission to principal?

If you need an actual application for readmission, you can contact the office at the school. The principal may only require a letter as to why you should be readmitted.


What did president Johnson require of the confederate states?

bringing them back together


What did the confederacy try to do before the civil war?

require all men in the south to enlist in the confederate army


What did Lincoln's 1863 proclamation of amnesty and reconstruction require?

It required the relevant slave-state to quit the Confederacy and re-join the Union.


Why did Lincoln only require 10 percent of voters to take the loyalty oath?

because not all confederate were willing to vote


What did president Lincoln require of the confederate men?

He required them to take an oath of loyalty to the United States and to observe the laws that pertained to slavery.


Why did teenage boys have to join the fight for the confederate army?

During wartime countries can (and do) require able bodied men that are old enough to serve in their military, This was done by both the Confederate and Union governments. It is called conscription, or being drafted.


What did the Confederacy try to do before the Civil War began?

require all men in the south to enlist in the confederate army


What did president Andrew Johnson require of Confederate officials in exchange for amnesty?

President Johnson issued a proclamation granting amnesty to all persons who had directly or indirectly taken part in the rebellion, with the restoration of all rights of property except as to slaves, and except in cases where legal proceedings have been instituted for the confiscation of property, on condition of their taking an oath to defend the Constitution of the United States and the Union of the States, and to obey all laws and proclamations which have been made during the rebellion with reference to the emancipation of slaves.


Can a Home Owners Association Board declare a Confederate Flag Hostile and Inflammatory and require a home owner to remove it?

It is possible. Read your homeowners contract it should say something about things like that.