What did Reconstruction after the Civil War look like?
Following President Lincoln’s assassination, much of the progress made during his term fell apart, including allotting land to freed slaves.
After the Civil War, though there was much strife, both sides of the war reconciled quickly.
Freed slaves and landowners continued to fight on a mass scale, resulting in war-like conditions post Civil War.
Following the end of the Civil War, the North and South made amends quickly.
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