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Potpourri Amendments Racism Potent Potables Inventions
Question Practice of building wealth by establishing colonies to serve as both sources of natural resources and markets for finished goods
Answer 1 – 10 Mercantilism
Question Allowing states and territories to decide the issue of slavery for themselves
Answer 1 – 20 Popular Sovereignty
Question Colonial groups created to monitor and report on the activities of the British government in the American Colonies
Answer 1 – 30 Committees of Correspondence
Question The idea that states do not have to enforce federal laws they do not agree with
Answer 1 – 40 Nullification
Question The early policy of the British government in which the Colonies were allowed to govern themselves with little supervision
Answer 1 – 50 Salutary Neglect
Question Ended slavery
Answer 2 – 10 13th
Question Right to bear arms
Answer 2 – 20 2nd
Question All people born in the US are citizens and protected by Constitution
Answer 2 – 30 14th
Question All citizens can vote, regardless of race or color
Answer 2 – 40 15th
Question President and Vice-President are elected together
Answer 2 – 50 12th
Question All Indians must move West of the Mississippi River
Answer 3 – 10 Indian Removal Act
Question No more Chinese immigrants allowed to enter the country; those already here cannot become citizens
Answer 3 – 20 Chinese Exclusion Act
Question Group opposed to carpetbaggers and African- Americans who exercised their new voting privileges
Answer 3 – 30 Ku Klux Klan
Question Practice of hanging individuals as an act of racial terror
Answer 3 – 40 Lynching
Question English speaking white settlers of Texas who disliked being called Mexicans
Answer 3 – 50 Texicans
Question Washington had to put this down to prove the new federal government would act to enforce the law
Answer 4 – 10 Whiskey Rebellion
Question The anti-alcohol movement
Answer 4 – 20 Temperance Movement
Question One of America’s earliest exports Byproduct of the sugar trade Popular with pirates – Yo ho ho!
Answer 4 – 30 Rum
Question Biggest scandal of the Grant administration
Answer 4 – 40 Whiskey Ring
Question Invention that prolonged slavery in the South
Answer 4 – 50 Cotton gin
Question New barrel design that made guns more deadly
Answer 5 – 10 rifling
Question Invention that eliminated the need for grain farmers of the Midwest to use slave labor
Answer 5 – 20 Mechanical reaper
Question Dot dot dot dash dash dash dot dot dot
Answer 5 – 30 Telegraph or Morse Code
Question Railroads needed these to cut down the number of crashes and ensure regular service
Answer 5 – 40 Time zones
Question Brought the Civil War to life for many by showing the horrors of war in newspapers
Answer 5 – 50 camera
Reconstruction America in the 1870s. The Reconstruction policies were harsh and created problems in the South. The 13 th, 14 th, and 15 th Amendments.
Unit One:. What are the basic provisions of the 13 th, 14 th, and 15 th Amendments to the Constitution of the United States? The 13 th Amendment bans.
Post Civil War Reconstruction Notes. Reconstruction Defined The process which the federal government used to admit Confederate states back into the Union.
Jeopardy Q 1 Q 2 Q 3 Q 4 Q 5 Q 6Q 16Q 11Q 21 Q 7Q 12Q 17Q 22 Q 8Q 13Q 18 Q 23 Q 9 Q 14Q 19Q 24 Q 10Q 15Q 20Q 25 Final Jeopardy Civil War/Reconstruction.
Reconstruction Jeopardy People LawsGroups
Social Reconstruction Efforts to Rebuild the South Politically and Socially.
Reconstruction years after the Civil War when former Confederate States were brought back to the United States.
Reconstruction. What was Reconstruction? Reconstruction lasted from Reconstruction was the nation’s attempt to reunite the country and rebuild.
Rebellion Expansion You’re an Animal War is Hell On the Move
RECONSTRUCTION The period after the Civil War when Congress was making laws about how to put the country back together and how to allow the southern.
Beginnings of Civil Rights Efforts. Civil Rights
Warm Up: We will look at two maps. Write down: – What is each showing? (Look at the titles) – 2 facts about the maps.
U.S. HISTORY CHAPTER 12-3 THE COLLAPSE OF RECONSTRUCTION.
Reconstruction What were the plans for reconstruction? Reconstruction = the process of readmitting the former Confederate states to the Union.
“Race” to the Top LiteratureInventions Color Me Stupid Hello, Ladies
Chapter 14 Andrew Jackson and the Growth of American Democracy.
September 8, 2012 Today we will: Complete Bellringer Review The Reconstruction Era Take Review Notes Complete Reconstruction Lap Book Study Guide.
JEOPARDY! Unit VIII Mr. H. Mayo Mr. T. Bentley Mrs. B. Merritt US History.
FINAL EXAM REVIEW U.S. History I. Directions This is the first in a series of PowerPoint presentations that will direct you towards the content you will.
USII.3 Reconstruction Era. USII.3A-The 13th, 14th, and 15th Amendments to the Constitution of the USA address the issues of slavery and guarantee equal.
The Union in Peril Events leading to the Civil War.
POST CIVIL WAR RECONSTRUCTION. Civil War Reconstruction Government policies/laws used to rebuild the South.
Reconstruction STANDARD USII.3a The student will demonstrate knowledge of the effects of Reconstruction on American life by a) analyzing the impact of.
What do you think are reasonable consequences for: 1. Excessive talking? 2. Distracting others? 3. Not staying seated during class? WRITE THESE DOWN !!
Reconstruction Review. He was president of the U.S. during the Civil War. Abraham Lincoln.
More Dudes and Chicks Legal Stuff Vocab Random US History.
Chapter 18 The Reconstruction Years. Drill What was “the Reconstruction”? “The Reconstruction” is the name for the period after the end of the Civil War.
Reconstruction Georgia Performance Standards: SSUSH9b-f.
End of Reconstruction. Ulysses S. Grant Elected President in 1868 as a Republican Victory made possible by African American votes.
The North Won The War The South Won The Peace.
Civil War Amendments 13 th, 14 th & 15 th Amendments.
RECONSTRUCTION. THE BASICS – WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT RECONSTRUCTION What economic, social, and political reconstruction were The role of the Freedmen’s.
Reconstruction Section 1 “Reconstruction Plans”
The Civil War - Contributing Factors What were the main factors that contributed to the start of the Civil War?
Sectionalism to Separatism. United states or united States? 1800cotton gin- makes plantation production of cotton practical. Cotton production.
1 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt GA features.
Objective: To examine the rise of Southern anger over Reconstruction. Do Now: Analyze the cartoon “Tis But a Change in Banners”. What is the artist trying.
Jim Crow Laws SS.912.A.2.5 – Assess how Jim Crow Laws influenced life for African Americans and other racial/ethnic minority groups. Essential Question:
2016. Legislative Branch – Makes laws Judicial Branch – interprets the laws Checks and balances – limit the power of each branch Anti-federalists.
Quiz time. 1.The “black codes” a. restricted emigration of freedmen to the North b. provided political and social opportunities unknown under slavery.
Reconstruction. How to put the Union back together?
7 th Grade Civics Miss Smith Pgs Civics in Practice.
Reconstruction 1.amnesty (p. 403)- it gave full pardon to all southerners except high ranking confederate leaders and others who would accept to end slavery.
Early English colonists to the Americas were seeking ______________ freedom.
Reconstruction the period of rebuilding the South and restoring the Southern states to the Union after the Civil War.
Andrew Johnson President after Lincoln – didn’t carry out Lincoln’s plans for reconstructing the South.
Reconstruction After the Civil War The Civil War was devastating on the American way of life. It was especially hard on the south. Most of the battles.
Notes #10 Reconstruction and Life after the Civil War.
Andrew Johnson and the Radical Republicans fight for control of Reconstruction,
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