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3 Figures $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 EventsEssaysSourcesTermsMisc. Team 1Team 2Team 3Team 4 $200

4 Figures: $100 Refused command of the Union Army during the Civil War Answer

5 Figures: $100 Robert E. Lee Return to Main

6 Figures: $200 Answer Memorized English factory plans and brought them over to America beginning the Industrial Revolution in Massachusetts.

7 Figures: $200 Return to Main Samuel Slater

8 Figures: $300 Answer Was elected to the presidency in 1800.

9 Figures: $300 Return to Main Thomas Jefferson

10 Figures: $400 Answer advised the nation to avoid alliances with foreign countries in his farewell speech.

11 Figures: $400 Return to Main George Washington

12 Figures: $500 Answer Washington’s advisor, who promoted the creation of the National Bank.

13 Figures: $500 Return to Main Alexander Hamilton

14 Events: $100 Answer Had people heading to California to get rich

15 Events: $100 Return to Main The California Gold Rush

16 Events: $200 Answer Was won by Ulysses S. Grant and gave the Union a strong hold on the Mississippi River

17 Events: $200 Return to Main The Battle of Vicksburg

18 Events: $300 Answer This was a violent uprising against a tax that was quelled by Washington to prove the strength of the federal government.

19 Topic 2: $300 Return to Main The Whiskey Rebellions

20 Scores Proceed

21 Events: $400 Answer One issue that affected the U.S. after this event was if the newly acquired territory would be slave or free.

22 Topic 2: $400 Return to Main The Mexican - American War

23 Events: $500 Answer Was the tariff that led South Carolina to threaten secession from the Union.

24 Events: $500 Return to Main Tariff of 1828

25 Essays: $100 Answer List 3 Events of Westward Expansion

26 Essays: $100 Return to Main Louisiana Purchase Missouri Compromise Eire Canal Texan Independence Mexican-American War Gold Rush Trail of Tears Indian Removal Act Louisiana Purchase Missouri Compromise Eire Canal Texan Independence Mexican-American War Gold Rush Trail of Tears Indian Removal Act

27 Essays: $200 Answer Pick one event we studied and describe its relationship to our lives today.

28 Essays: $200 Return to Main Answers will vary Trail of Tears, Emancipation, Louisiana Purchase, The National Bank, The Amendments, Indian Removal, Dred Scott, Civil War, The development of the railroad and/or telegram..etc. Answers will vary Trail of Tears, Emancipation, Louisiana Purchase, The National Bank, The Amendments, Indian Removal, Dred Scott, Civil War, The development of the railroad and/or telegram..etc.

29 Essays: $300 Answer Pick a leader and list two (2) ways he/she modified the institution of government during their time in power

30 Essays: $300 Return to Main Answers will vary Jefferson, Madison, Washington, Monroe, Hamilton, Jackson, Lincoln, Davis Answers will vary Jefferson, Madison, Washington, Monroe, Hamilton, Jackson, Lincoln, Davis

31 Essays: $400 Answer Describe how the Missouri Compromise corrupted American ideals of freedom and equality.

32 Essays: $400 Return to Main

33 Essays: $500 Answer Describe how the Trail of Tears and Indian Removal Act corrupted American ideals of freedom and equality.

34 Essays: $500 Return to Main

35 Sources: $100 Answer “The Confederates eventually synthesized [combined] these various strands of strategic theory [ideas] and political reality into what Davis called an “offensive-defensive” strategy. As what part of speech is McPherson using the phrase “offensive-defensive”? (Write: noun / adjective / verb)

36 Sources: $100 Return to Main ADJECTIVE

37 Sources: $200 Answer I repeat that the principle is the right of each State, [and] each Territory, to decide this slavery question for itself, to have slavery or not, as it chooses, Define state’s rights according to this quote.

38 Sources: $200 Return to Main Answers will vary – should be along the lines of the state is the one who get’s decide their laws

39 Sources: $200 Answer “The most fertile and extensive regions of [western] America will avail themselves of its [the Eire Canal] facilities for a market. All their surplus productions, whether of the soil, the forest, the ins, or the waters, their their fabrics of art and their supplies of foreign commodities…” How does the author of this source believe the Erie Canal would affect the western states? How does the author of this source believe the Erie Canal would affect the western states?

40 Sources: $300 Return to Main The west will utilize the canal for everything and it will be part of the greatest trade route ever.

41 Sources: $400 Answer “interior lines of communication...to concentrate dispersed forces.” Define the words interior, communication, concentrate, and dispersed, and then rewrite the phrase in your own words. “interior lines of communication...to concentrate dispersed forces.” Define the words interior, communication, concentrate, and dispersed, and then rewrite the phrase in your own words.

42 Sources: $400 Return to Main Interior: inside, internal Communication: process of exchanging information Concentrate: to pull together Dispersed: spread apart “Answers will vary but should mean the same as the original quote” Interior: inside, internal Communication: process of exchanging information Concentrate: to pull together Dispersed: spread apart “Answers will vary but should mean the same as the original quote”

43 Sources: $500 Answer “...A house divided against itself cannot stand. I believe this government cannot endure permanently half slave and half free. I do not expect the Union to be dissolved--I do not expect the house to fall--but I do expect it will cease to be divided. It will become all one thing, or all the other. How does this excerpt from the “House Divided” speech relate to the Declaration of Independence?

44 Sources: $500 Return to Main Yes, he is talking about slavery and freedom. The Declaration talks about all men having libert (freedom).

45 Terms: $100 Answer cost 15$ million dollars and doubled the size of the United States.

46 Terms: $100 Return to Main Louisiana Purchase

47 Terms: $200 Answer were passed by Congress during John Adams’ presidency and protected the country from foreign enemies and domestic dissent.

48 Terms: $200 Return to Main XYZ Affair

49 Terms: $300 Answer President James Monroe declared that all European nations should stay out of the Americas in the

50 Terms: $300 Return to Main The Monroe Doctrine

51 Terms: $400 Answer In 1819, John Marshall ruled that Maryland’s tax on the National Bank was unconstitutional.

52 Terms: $400 Return to Main McCulloch v. Maryland

53 Terms: $500 Answer The _____ repealed the former _____ and thus made the land North of the line popular sovereignty territory.

54 Terms: $500 Return to Main Compromise of 1850 Missouri Compromise Compromise of 1850 Missouri Compromise

55 Miscellaneous: $100 Answer was the native American guide to the Lewis and Clark expedition.

56 Miscellaneous: $100 Return to Main Sacagewa

57 Miscellaneous: $200 Answer In 1845 the ______ was admitted as the state of Texas.

58 Miscellaneous: $200 Return to Main Lone Star Republic

59 Miscellaneous: $300 Answer After this presidents election to office this was passed to regulate voting on the president and vice president.

60 Miscellaneous: $300 Return to Main 12 th Amendment

61 Miscellaneous: $400 Answer established judicial review.

62 Miscellaneous: $400 Return to Main Marbury v. Madison

63 Miscellaneous: $500 Answer The kidnapping of men to serve in the British navy was known as

64 Miscellaneous: $500 Return to Main Impressment

65 Essays Proceed

66 Answer President Jackson said: “John Marshall has made his decision. Now let him enforce it”. How does this corrupt the American ideals of freedom and equality. Come up with 3 examples. President Jackson said: “John Marshall has made his decision. Now let him enforce it”. How does this corrupt the American ideals of freedom and equality. Come up with 3 examples.

67 Return to Main Supreme Court Ruling “all men are created equal” Acclimation Other answers may vary Supreme Court Ruling “all men are created equal” Acclimation Other answers may vary


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