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PRESIDENT JOHNSON’S PLAN President Johnson planned to keep whites in power in the South. Under his Reconstruction plan, most people who had served in the Confederate army received pardons. This meant that all their property—except slaves—that was taken by Union soldiers during the Civil War was given back to them. 34 · African Americans during Reconstruction President Johnson also permitted Southerners to form state militias. These were groups of white men, armed with weapons, who were supposed to protect other Southerners.
Alcorn said that he intended to “vote with the negro, discuss politics with him . . ” Alcorn was elected governor of Mississippi in 1869. Alcorn State University in Mississippi is named after him. A New Political Role · 57 T H E CO N S T I T U T I O N A L CO N V E N T I O N S During the fall of 1867, voters in the South elected delegates to constitutional conventions. Many white Southerners refused to participate. They were primarily Democrats. They did not support the Reconstruction Act of 1867.
Instead, President Johnson had decided to stay out of the South’s affairs. He preferred to let the Southern states themselves handle the future of African Americans. This map of the United States from 1861 shows the Southern states that seceded from the Union and were subject to Reconstruction following the Civil War. : The Early Days of Reconstruction · 39 B L AC K CO D E S As time went on, President Johnson began to think that some African Americans should be permitted to vote. As he wrote to the governor of Mississippi, if the vote could be given to all persons of color who can read the Constitution of the United States in English and write their names, and to all persons of color who own real estate valued at not less than two hundred and forty dollars .
African Americans During Reconstruction (Slavery in the Americas) by Richard Worth