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James What is G? System of a Down Go to the John Let’s Compromise 10 20 30 40 50
Question 1 - 10 President during the “Era of Good Feelings”
Answer 1 – 10 James Monroe
Question 1 - 20 First successful English settlement in North America
Answer 1 – 20 Jamestown
Question 1 - 30 4 th President Author of many of the Federalist Papers Father of the Constitution Led America in the War of 1812
Answer 1 – 30 James Madison
Question 1 - 40 America’s first gay president Last president before the Civil War
Answer 1 – 40 James Buchanan
Question 1 - 50 Founder of the Georgia colony
Answer 1 – 50 James Oglethorpe
Question 2 - 10 Spanish missionaries brought this to America
Answer 2 – 10 God
Question 2 - 20 Many early colonists were seeking this – the ‘49ers found it
Answer 2 – 20 Gold
Question 2 - 30 John Smith sought this – Lady Gaga is on the edge of it
Answer 2 – 30 Glory
Question 2 - 40 The early Spanish settlers biggest technological advantage over the Native Americans
Answer 2 – 40 Guns
Question 2 - 50 Killed as much as 90% of the Native population of the Americas within 50 years of Columbus’ arrival
Answer 2 – 50 Germs
Question 3 - 10 Andrew Jackson was famous for this - kick out the old federal employees and replace them with your friends and supporters
Answer 3 – 10 Spoils System
Question 3 - 20 John Q. Adams and Henry Clay’s plan for building roads and infrastructure
Answer 3 – 20 The American System
Question 3 - 30 The Southern economy was based on this
Answer 3 – 30 The Plantation System
Question 3 - 40 The Northern economy came to based on this
Answer 3 – 40 The Factory System
Question 3 - 50 Early colonists collected 50 acres of land for each indentured servant they brought to America
Answer 3 – 50 Headright system
Question 4 - 10 Leader of the Jamestown colony
Answer 4 – 10 John Smith
Question 4 - 20 Leader of a failed raid on Harper’s Ferry which hoped to seize guns for a slave uprising
Answer 4 – 20 John Brown
Question 4 - 30 Famous South Carolina leader who spent his long political career defending slavery and states’ rights
Answer 4 – 30 John C. Calhoun
Question 4 - 40 Came to power in the “Corrupt Bargain”
Answer 4 – 40 John Quincy Adams
Question 4 - 50 First president to be impeached
Answer 4 – 50 Andrew Johnson
Question 5 - 10 Made Missouri a slave state and Maine a free state
Answer 5 – 10 Missouri Compromise
Question 5 - 20 Admitted California to the Union
Answer 5 – 20 Compromise of 1850
Question 5 - 30 Ended Reconstruction
Answer 5 – 30 Compromise of 1877
Question 5 - 40 Limited how much slaves counted towards both taxation and the census
Answer 5 – 40 3/5ths Compromise
Question 5 - 50 Balanced the needs of both small states and large states by creating a House of Representatives where seats are determined by population, and a Senate where every state has equal representation
Answer 5 – 50 The Great Compromise
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