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I tell you. ” Ex-slaves reached out for valuable things in life that had been denied them. One of these was education. Blacks of all ages hungered for the BLACK EMBRACE knowledge in books that had been permitted only to whites. With freedom, OF EDUCATION they started schools and filled classrooms both day and night. On log seats and dirt floors, freed men and women studied their letters in old almanacs and discarded dictionaries. Young children brought infants to school with them, and adults attended FREEDPEOPLE’S DESIRE FOR LAND The Meanings of Freedom ■ African Americans of all ages eagerly pursued the opportunity in freedom to gain an education.
Military District No. 5 Jun. 25, 1868 Jan. 2, 1877 FLA. Jun. 25, 1868 Jan. 2, 1877 Gulf of Mexico MEXICO 200 0 0 200 400 miles 400 600 kilometers The Congressional Reconstruction Plan tage to rebels and traitors. Although the Radicals may have been out ahead of public opinion, most northerners feared for “the future peace and safety of the Union” if Johnson’s approach to Reconstruction prevailed. Thus Republican congressional leaders won a mandate to pursue their Reconstruction plan. But, thanks to Johnson and southern intransigence, that plan had reached an impasse.
Northerners disagreed about whether black citizens should have the right to vote. ” But there was prejudice, too. “Although there is a great deal [of ] profession among us for the relief of the darkey yet I think much of it is far from being cincere. ” Those arched words are indicative of not only how revolutionary Reconstruction had become, but also how far the public will lagged behind the enactments that became new constitutional cornerstones. Emancipation made every former slave a full rather than three-fifths of a person, which would increase southern representation.
A People and a Nation : A History of the United States , Volume 2: since 1865 , Seventh Edition by Mary Beth Norton, David M. Katzman, David W. Blight, Howard Chudacoff, Fredrik Logevall