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Native Americans Remember the Ladies African- Americans Freedom of … Treaties 10 20 30 40 50
Question 1 - 10 Saved John Smith
Answer 1 – 10 Pocahontas
Question 1 - 20 Saved the Pilgrims
Answer 1 – 20 Squanto
Question 1 - 30 Sioux leader killed over the Ghost Dance
Answer 1 – 30 Sitting Bull
Question 1 - 40 Killed Custer and all his men at Little Big Horn
Answer 1 – 40 Crazy Horse
Question 1 - 50 Leader of the Nez Perce and last of the major Indian chiefs to be subdued by the Army
Answer 1 – 50 Chief Joseph
Question 2 - 10 The second First Lady, but first to call for women’s suffrage
Answer 2 – 10 Abigail Adams
Question 2 - 20 Advocate for mental health reform
Answer 2 – 20 Dorothea Dix
Question 2 - 30 Major suffragette and first woman to be featured on US currency
Answer 2 – 30 Susan B Anthony
Question 2 - 40 Couldn’t get along with the Puritans of Massachusetts, so she founded the colony of Portsmouth
Answer 2 – 40 Anne Hutchinson
Question 2 - 50 Saved Lewis & Clark’s bacon
Answer 2 – 50 Sacagawea
Question 3 - 10 “Moses” of the Underground Railroad
Answer 3 – 10 Harriet Tubman
Question 3 - 20 Sued for his freedom and lost; case ended with slaves being declared protected property by the Supreme Court
Answer 3 – 20 Dred Scott
Question 3 - 30 Self-educated former slave who became one of the most famous speakers of the abolition movement
Answer 3 – 30 Frederick Douglass
Question 3 - 40 “Ain’t I a Woman?”
Answer 3 – 40 Sojourner Truth
Question 3 - 50 Slave and Baptist minister who led a failed uprising in Virginia in the 1830s, leading to the passage of much harsher slave codes
Answer 3 – 50 Nat Turner
Question 4 - 10 Protects your ability to voice your opinion
Answer 4 – 10 Freedom of speech
Question 4 - 20 Protects your ability to worship as you choose
Answer 4 – 20 Freedom of religion
Question 4 - 30 Protects media from censorship
Answer 4 – 30 Freedom of the press
Question 4 - 40 Protects your right to create groups and organizations
Answer 4 – 40 Freedom of assembly
Question 4 - 50 Protects your right to complain about, or present ideas to, the government
Answer 4 – 50 Freedom of petition
Question 5 - 10 Ended the Mexican War
Answer 5 – 10 Treaty of Guadalupe-Hidalgo
Question 5 - 20 Ended the American Revolution
Answer 5 – 20 Treaty of Paris
Question 5 - 30 Ended the Northwest Indian Wars
Answer 5 – 30 Treaty of Greenville
Question 5 - 40 Ended the War of 1812
Answer 5 – 40 The Treaty of Ghent
Question 5 - 50 Gave US the right to use the Mississippi River and to store goods at the port of New Orleans
Answer 5 – 50 Pinckney’s Treaty
Important Abolitionists, African American Leaders, & Reformers.
Westward Expansion: Abolition and Suffrage SOL USI.8d: The student will demonstrate knowledge of westward expansion and reform in America from 1801 to.
Ms. Moses. Vocabulary Orator Suffrage Deprive Inhumane Violation Emancipation.
Reformers PioneersEventsTerms Land Acquisitions Wild
Key People of the Reform Movements. He escaped from slavery and purchased his own freedom, then became a leader of the abolitionist movement. Well- known.
Reform Movements. Influence of the Second Great Awakening It was movement of Christian renewal that began in the 1790s and became widespread in the U.S.
Objective 4.02 Evaluate the impact that settlement in the West had upon different groups of people and the environment.
Anti-Slavery Movement & Women’s Rights
Common Assessment #5 Review. Note: After the Mexican- American War, Mexicans who lived in the lands won by the US became victims of discrimination.
Instructions for using this template. Remember this is Jeopardy, so where I have written “Answer” this is the prompt the students will see, and where.
What do we call people who worked to correct the problems of society?
The “Indian Wars” u Sand Creek: 1864 massacre of 133 Cheyenne men, women, and children.
Jeopardy The Game of Knowledge 19 th Century Reformers Industrial Rev/Jackson ReformersVarious Westward Expansion.
“Race” to the Top LiteratureInventions Color Me Stupid Hello, Ladies
2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2pt 3 pt 4pt 5 pt 1pt 2pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4pt 5 pt 1pt Immigrants Reformers Ending Slavery.
Who Da Man?? 100 people in 100 days #1-10. Christopher Columbus Sailed to America in 1492 Made 4 voyages to America.
With your host Mr. Bass! Choose a category. You will be given the answer. You must give the correct question. Click to begin.
Reform Movements. Impact of the Second Great Awakening Christian renewal movement.
Abolitionist/Suffrage Movements. Abolitionist Those people that opposed and wanted to “abolish” slavery.
Enter The Deadliest Battle in American History. The Civil War was fought from The Civil War was fought between the “Union” Northern States and.
The Movement to End Slavery The Big Idea In the mid-1800s, debate over slavery increased as abolitionists organized to challenge slavery in the United.
The Underground Railroad provided the African Americans the opportunity and assistance for escaping slavery and finding freedom. One of the characteristics.
OPPOSITION TO SLAVERY By: Susan Gembic. SLAVERY ENDS IN THE NORTH In 1780, Pennsylvania became the first state to pass a law that gradually eliminated.
Rebellion Expansion You’re an Animal War is Hell On the Move
Attempts to coexist were abandoned, and removing Native Americans from their lands became standard policy.
ABOLITION – the movement to end slavery 1 WILLIAM LLOYD GARRISON – abolitionist who publishes a newspaper called The Liberator 2 William Lloyd Garrison.
Reform in the Early 1800’s I. America needs Reform. A. Due to the United States’ enormous growth rate several problems begin to show up. 1. urban _____________________________________________________.
The Western Frontier §A. Settlers §B. The Mining Frontier §C. The Indian Wars §D. Cowboys §E. Sodbusters §F. Western Culture §G. The Closing of the Frontier.
Chapter 15, Sections 4,5. Abolition Movement and Women’s Rights.
Impact of Reform Movements. The Abolitionist Movement The word abolitionist comes from the root word abolish or to stop immediately. Abolitionist’s is.
Directions: Using a scratch piece of paper, make two cards. Label one card fact and the other fib. When I put the statement on the screen decide whether.
Native American Conflicts Objective Plains Native Americans Hunters and gatherers Nomads—followed buffalo Extended family networks Spiritual with.
Friday March 26 SOL booklet Who was a journalist and author of Common Sense? 105.Who was a prominent member of the Continental Congress who.
More Dudes and Chicks Legal Stuff Vocab Random US History.
Impact of Westward Expansion on Native Americans
The Abolitionist and Suffrage Movements …and the work of three women.
Problems in the Great Plains
African-Americans and The Abolitionist Movement. Slave Family Parents not legally married Children did not work the fields until the age of 8 Families.
Westward Expansion and the American Indians
Objective 2.05 Identify the major reform movements and evaluate their effectiveness.
The Civil War Chapter 10 Lessons 1 and 2. Regional loyalty. sectionalism.
Bell Work What were the early reform movements in the early 1800’s? This Day in History: March 25, The Triangle Shirtwaist Factory in New York City.
Indian Life Photo Analysis. Picture 1 Picture 2.
So FAR: Life in the United States EUROPEAN AMERICANS AFRICAN AMERICANS NATIVE AMERICANS.
R E F O R M. Wave of Religious excitement Meetings called “revivals”
What were the effects of westward expansion on the American Indians of the Great Plains?
Compare the social and cultural characteristics of the North, the South, and the West during the Antebellum period, including the lives of African-
14-4 The Movement to End Slavery -Americans from a variety of backgrounds actively opposed slavery. Some Americans opposed slavery before the country was.
Women's Rights Before the Civil War
REFORM reform |riˈfôrm| verb [ trans. ] 1 make changes in (something, typically a social, political, or economic institution or practice) in order to improve.
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