After the end of the American Civil War, as part of the ongoing process of
Reconstruction, the ... the ongoing process of Reconstruction, the United States
Congress passed four statutes known as Rec...
The First Reconstruction Act, also known as the Military Reconstruction Act,
passed into law on March 2, 1867 over the veto of President Andrew Johnson.
First Reconstruction Act. An Act to provide for the more efficient Government of
the Rebel States. Passed over President Johnson's veto. March 02, 1867.
In March 1867 the new Congress passed, over Johnson's veto, the first of the
Reconstruction acts, providing for suffrage for male freedmen and military ...
On Mar. 2, 1867, Congress enacted the Reconstruction Act, which, supplemented
later by three related acts, divided the South (except Tennessee) into five ...
The role of Reconstruction Acts of 1867-1868 in the history of the United States of
Essentially, the Reconstruction Act of 1867 turned the South into a conquered
military state, which mainly divided the South into five regions, each governed by
Veto for the first Reconstruction Act March 2, 1867. To the house of
Representatives:<sup>note</sup>. Andrew Johnson I have examined the bill "to provide for
the more ...
The Reconstruction Act, a series of 4 laws passed by Congress. ... The First
Reconstruction Act of 1867 was passed on March 2, 1867 and called "An act to ...
March 2, 1867. Congress passed several Reconstruction Acts. Congress
overrode a presidential veto of an act that divided the South into military districts