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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