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Georgia during Reconstruction

Reconstruction or Restoration

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Patrick Connolly Mr. Campbell Honors American History 27 January 2013 Reconstruction or Restoration? Directly following the Civil War, there were many questions left unanswered. Supposedly the North had won, and it was up to the remaining leaders to decide: what to do about the rebel leaders, what to do about the seceded states, and what to do about the freed slaves. A lot of those questions were answered during the period of ?reconstruction,? but the process of figuring those things out was a very shaky one. To reconstruct is to ?construct again,? or ?rebuild.? It can also be argued that this period following the Civil War was a time of restoration (the bringing back or reinstating) of the South to its previous state.
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