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Despite his acquittal, however, Johnson had been defanged. For the remainder of his term, he was powerless to alter the course of Reconstruction. C H A P T E R 15 Reconstruction, 1865–1877 u 449 The impeachment controversy made Grant, already the North’s war hero, a Republican hero as well, and he easily won the party’s presidential nomination in 1868. Although he supported radical Reconstruction, Grant also urged reconciliation between the sections. His Democratic opponent, Horatio Seymour, a former governor of New York, almost declined the nomination because he doubted that the Democrats could overcome the stain of disloyalty.
You give them to our all-time enemies! ” On the Sea Islands and elsewhere, former slaves resisted efforts to evict them. Led by black army veterans, they fought pitched battles with plantation owners and bands of ex-Confederate soldiers. Landowners struck back hard. Often aided by federal troops, the local whites generally prevailed in this land war. In early 1866, as planters prepared for a new growing season, a battle took shape over the labor system that would replace slavery. Convinced that blacks needed supervision, planters wanted to retain the gang-labor system of the past, but with wages replacing the food, clothing, and shelter that the slaves had once received.
Sherman had reserved large coastal tracts for liberated slaves and settled them on forty-acre plots. Sherman just did not want to be bothered with the refugees as his army drove across the Lower South, but the freedmen assumed that Sherman’s order meant that the land would be theirs. When the war ended, resettlement became the responsibility of the Freedmen’s Bureau. Many black families stayed on their old plantations, awaiting redistribution of AMERICAN VOICES Relishing Freedom JOURDON ANDERSON Folklorists have recorded the sly ways that slaves found, even in bondage, for “puttin’ down” their masters.