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Native Americans Remember the Ladies African- Americans Freedom of … Treaties
Question Saved John Smith
Answer 1 – 10 Pocahontas
Question Saved the Pilgrims
Answer 1 – 20 Squanto
Question Sioux leader killed over the Ghost Dance
Answer 1 – 30 Sitting Bull
Question Killed Custer and all his men at Little Big Horn
Answer 1 – 40 Crazy Horse
Question Leader of the Nez Perce and last of the major Indian chiefs to be subdued by the Army
Answer 1 – 50 Chief Joseph
Question The second First Lady, but first to call for women’s suffrage
Answer 2 – 10 Abigail Adams
Question Advocate for mental health reform
Answer 2 – 20 Dorothea Dix
Question Major suffragette and first woman to be featured on US currency
Answer 2 – 30 Susan B Anthony
Question Couldn’t get along with the Puritans of Massachusetts, so she founded the colony of Portsmouth
Answer 2 – 40 Anne Hutchinson
Question Saved Lewis & Clark’s bacon
Answer 2 – 50 Sacagawea
Question “Moses” of the Underground Railroad
Answer 3 – 10 Harriet Tubman
Question Sued for his freedom and lost; case ended with slaves being declared protected property by the Supreme Court
Answer 3 – 20 Dred Scott
Question Self-educated former slave who became one of the most famous speakers of the abolition movement
Answer 3 – 30 Frederick Douglass
Question “Ain’t I a Woman?”
Answer 3 – 40 Sojourner Truth
Question 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 Protects your ability to voice your opinion
Answer 4 – 10 Freedom of speech
Question Protects your ability to worship as you choose
Answer 4 – 20 Freedom of religion
Question Protects media from censorship
Answer 4 – 30 Freedom of the press
Question Protects your right to create groups and organizations
Answer 4 – 40 Freedom of assembly
Question Protects your right to complain about, or present ideas to, the government
Answer 4 – 50 Freedom of petition
Question Ended the Mexican War
Answer 5 – 10 Treaty of Guadalupe-Hidalgo
Question Ended the American Revolution
Answer 5 – 20 Treaty of Paris
Question Ended the Northwest Indian Wars
Answer 5 – 30 Treaty of Greenville
Question Ended the War of 1812
Answer 5 – 40 The Treaty of Ghent
Question 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
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