Assassination of President Lincoln effects the U.s

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  • 1. How did the assassination of Abraham Lincoln effected the U.S? By Eh Tha Yu Soe
  • 2. Reconstruction would have lasted shorter if the assassination of had never occurred.
  • 4. John Wilkes Booth had plan the assassination of President Abraham Lincoln after the failure of the two kidnapping attemps.
  • 3. April 15th 1865 President Lincoln was attending the Fords' Theater with his wife and secetary of states with his fiance.
  • 5. That night while the President was watching the American Cousin , Booth had snuck in the President's compartment and shot him at the back of his head.
  • 6. April 15th 1865 President Abraham Lincoln had died from the wound.
  • 8. The Reconstruction era had begun.
  • 7. Vice President Andrew Johnson had became the 17th President of the United States.
  • 9. On April 26th 1865 John Wilkes Booth had been sentenced to death along the the people who had a role in the plan.
  • 10. Though Reconstruction era the southerners had passed the Black Code which was preventing the free slaves from doing what they want.
  • 12. In 1877 Reconstruction era had ended.
  • 11. Republican had quietly given up their fight for racial rights.
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