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In the rapid growth of churches, some of which became the wealthiest and most autonomous institutions in black life, the freedpeople demonstrated their most secure claim on freedom and created enduring communities. ▲ Churches became a center of African American life, both social and political, during and after Reconstruction. Churches large and small, like this one, Faith Memorial Church in Hagley Landing, South Carolina, became the first black-owned institutions for the postfreedom generation.
In this whistle-stop tour, Johnson began to hand out American ﬂags with thirty-six rather than twenty-ﬁve stars, declaring the Union already restored. At many towns he likened himself to a “persecuted” Jesus who might now be martyred “upon the cross” for his magnanimity toward the South. And, repeatedly, he labeled the Radicals “traitors” for their efforts to take over Reconstruction. The elections of 1866 were a resounding victory for Republicans in Congress. Radicals and moderates whom Johnson had denounced won reelection by large margins, and the Republican majority grew to two-thirds of both houses of Congress.
23, 1870 Jan. 4, 1876 ALA. Jul. 14, 1868 Nov. 16, 1874 GA. Jun. 25, 1868 Nov. 28, 1876 Jul. 15, 1870 Nov. 1, 1871 ATLANTIC OCEAN Military District No. 3 LA. Military District No. 5 Jun. 25, 1868 Jan. 2, 1877 FLA. Jun. 25, 1868 Jan. 1 The Reconstruction This map shows the five military districts established when Congress passed the Reconstruction Act of 1867. As the dates within each state indicate, conservative Democratic forces quickly regained control of government in four southern states. So-called Radical Reconstruction was curtailed in most of the others, as factions within the weakened Republican Party began to cooperate with conservative Democrats.