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1 AMERICAN HISTORY “ I won because I learned!”

2 AMERICAN HISTORY FINAL EXAM JEOPARDY!!!

3 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 Early Days“G” and “E”Mystery CausesCivil War

4 Early Days $100 QUESTION: QUESTION: John Marshall became the first to use this in Marbury v. Madison.

5 Early Days $100 Early Days $100 QUESTION: QUESTION: John Marshall became the first to use this in Marbury v. Madison. ANSWER: Judicial Review

6 Early Days $200 QUESTION: QUESTION: These acts, put in place by John Adams said the president can deport dangerous citizens and it is a crime to publish false criticisms of the government

7 Early Days $200 QUESTION: QUESTION: These acts, put in place by John Adams said the president can deport dangerous citizens and it is a crime to publish false criticisms of the government ANSWER: Alien and Sedition Acts Alien and Sedition Acts

8 Early Days 300 QUESTION: QUESTION: What were three precedents that Washington set?

9 Early Days $300 QUESTION: QUESTION: What were three precedents that Washington set? ANSWER: ANSWER: 1) serve only two terms as president (trend not amend at this point) 1) serve only two terms as president (trend not amend at this point) 2) Having a cabinet 3) The name “Mr. President” is still used

10 Early Days $400 QUESTION: QUESTION: This political party believed in national banks, rule by the educated, and sided with the British.

11 Early Days $400 QUESTION: QUESTION: This political party believed in national banks, rule by the educated, and sided with the British. ANSWER: ANSWER: The Federalists The Federalists

12 Early Days $500 QUESTION: QUESTION: This War of 1812 battle happened two weeks after the war was over…

13 Early Days $500 QUESTION: QUESTION: This War of 1812 battle happened two weeks after the war was over… This War of 1812 battle happened two weeks after the war was over… ANSWER: ANSWER: Battle of New Orleans Battle of New Orleans

14 Growth and Expansion $100 QUESTION: QUESTION: The _________ _________ started in England and moved to New England changing the U.S. economic focus forever. The _________ _________ started in England and moved to New England changing the U.S. economic focus forever.

15 Growth and Expansion $100 QUESTION: QUESTION: The _________ _________ started in England and moved to New England changing the U.S. economic focus forever. ANSWER: ANSWER: Industrial Revolution

16 Growth and Expansion $200 Growth and Expansion $200 QUESTION: QUESTION: Nationalistic Feelings came from this James Monroe’s idea. It said that we would respect current settlements in America, but would oppose anyone who threatened current claims to land.

17 Growth and Expansion $200 QUESTION: QUESTION: Nationalistic Feelings came from this James Monroe’s idea. It said that we would respect current settlements in America, but would oppose anyone who threatened current claims to land. ANSWER: Monroe Doctrine ANSWER: Monroe Doctrine

18 Growth and Expansion $300 QUESTION: QUESTION: What is Sectionalism?

19 Growth and Expansion $300 QUESTION: QUESTION: What is Sectionalism? ANSWER: ANSWER: U.S. citizens developing loyalty to a specific region.

20 Growth and Expansion $800 Question: Question: How did John Quincy Adams win the election of 1824?

21 Growth and Expansion $800 Question: Question: How did John Quincy Adams win the election of 1824? ANSWER: ANSWER: Through the House of Representatives and Henry Clay’s persuasion.

22 Growth and Expansion $500 QUESTION: QUESTION: The “Trail of Tears” forced the _________ to move from __________ to ____________.

23 Growth and Expansion $500 QUESTION: QUESTION: The “Trail of Tears” forced the _________ to move from __________ to _________ _________. The “Trail of Tears” forced the _________ to move from __________ to _________ _________. ANSWER: ANSWER: Cherokee; Georgia; Oklahoma or Indian Territory Cherokee; Georgia; Oklahoma or Indian Territory

24 Causes of the Civil War $100 Question: Question: This invention helped slavery stay alive in the South.

25 Causes of the Civil War $100 Question: Question: This invention helped slavery stay alive in the South. ANSWER: ANSWER: Cotton Gin Cotton Gin

26 Causes of the Civil War $200 Question: Question: This abolitionist and former slave bought his own freedom after writing what?

27 Causes of the Civil War $200 Question: Question: This abolitionist and former slave bought his own freedom after writing what? ANSWER: ANSWER: Frederick Douglas his autobiography Frederick Douglas his autobiography

28 Causes of the Civil War $300 QUESTION: QUESTION: This law made Northerners mad because they now had to return slaves that escaped to the North

29 Causes of the Civil War $300 QUESTION: QUESTION: This law made Northerners mad because they now had to return slaves that escaped to the North ANSWER: ANSWER: Fugitive Slave Act

30 Causes of the Civil War $400 Question: Question: This action in 1820 by Congress added two new states and settled how future states in the west would handle slavery.

31 Causes of the Civil War $400 Question: Question: This action in 1820 by Congress added two new states and settled how future states in the west would handle slavery. ANSWER: ANSWER: The Missouri Compromise of the Compromise of 1820 The Missouri Compromise of the Compromise of 1820

32 Causes of the Civil War $500 QUESTION: QUESTION: What was “Bleeding Kansas?”

33 Causes of the Civil War $500 QUESTION: QUESTION: What was “Bleeding Kansas?” ANSWER: ANSWER: The results of the Kansas and Nebraska territory trying to determine whether or not to have slaves The results of the Kansas and Nebraska territory trying to determine whether or not to have slaves

34 The Civil War $100 QUESTION: QUESTION: This battle changed naval warfare forever This battle changed naval warfare forever

35 The Civil War $100 QUESTION: QUESTION: This battle changed naval warfare forever ANSWER: ANSWER: Monitor vs. Merrimack Monitor vs. Merrimack

36 The Civil War $200 QUESTION: QUESTION: The goal of the North at the beginning of the war was to……… The goal of the North at the beginning of the war was to………

37 The Civil War $200 QUESTION: QUESTION: The goal of the North at the beginning of the war was to……… ANSWER: ANSWER: Preserve the Union Preserve the Union

38 The Civil War $300 QUESTION: QUESTION: This set slaves free in rebelling states as 1863 began.

39 The Civil War $300 QUESTION: QUESTION: This set slaves free in rebelling states as 1863 began. ANSWER: ANSWER: The Emancipation Proclamation The Emancipation Proclamation

40 The Civil War $400 QUESTION: QUESTION: _______ _______ was also called Manassas and showed everyone this…

41 The Civil War $400 QUESTION: QUESTION: _______ _______ was also called Manassas and showed everyone this… ANSWERS: ANSWERS: Bull Run ; both sides were serious and it would be a long bloody war Bull Run ; both sides were serious and it would be a long bloody war

42 The Civil War $500 QUESTION: QUESTION: This battle included the Hornet’s Nest and gave the Union control of this river.

43 The Civil War $500 QUESTION: QUESTION: This battle included the Hornet’s Nest and gave the Union control of this river. ANSWER: ANSWER: Shiloh; Tennessee River Shiloh; Tennessee River

44 Mystery $100 QUESTION: QUESTION: This side of the Civil War had diverse culture, and wanted a powerful national government.

45 Mystery $100 QUESTION: QUESTION: This side of the Civil War had diverse culture, and wanted a powerful national government. ANSWER: ANSWER: The North or Union The North or Union

46 Mystery $400 QUESTION: QUESTION: What did the 14th Amendment say?

47 Mystery $400 QUESTION: QUESTION: What did the 14th Amendment say? ANSWER: ANSWER: All U.S. born or naturalized individuals are citizens that are protected by the Constitution of the United States All U.S. born or naturalized individuals are citizens that are protected by the Constitution of the United States

48 Mystery $300 QUESTION: QUESTION: In 1865, this re-established slavery in disguise.

49 Mystery $300 QUESTION: QUESTION: In 1865, this re-established slavery in disguise. ANSWER: ANSWER: Black Codes Black Codes

50 Mystery $400 QUESTION: QUESTION: What was Lincoln’s plan for Reconstruction and who opposed it?

51 Mystery $400 QUESTION: QUESTION: What was Lincoln’s plan for Reconstruction and who opposed it? ANSWER: ANSWER: The 10% plan (forgiveness for all or Amnesty) ; It was opposed by the Radical Republicans The 10% plan (forgiveness for all or Amnesty) ; It was opposed by the Radical Republicans

52 Mystery $500 QUESTION: QUESTION: This state was the first to secede. It almost seceded in after the ___________ of 1832 when they passed the Nullification Act.

53 Mystery $500 QUESTION: QUESTION: This state was the first to secede. It almost seceded in after the ___________ of 1832 when they passed the Nullification Act. ANSWER: South Carolina; Tariff ANSWER: South Carolina; Tariff

54 $200 $400 $600 $800 $1000 $200 $400 $600 $800 $1000 $200 $400 $600 $800 $1000 $200 $400 $600 $800 $1000 $200 $400 $600 $800 $1000 Early Days “G” and “E”CausesCivil WarMystery

55 Early Days $200 QUESTION: QUESTION: In the early 1800’s the U.S. battled the ________ ________ near Tripoli and lost. The U.S. tried to ________ ships there because they were forcing them to pay _________. In the early 1800’s the U.S. battled the ________ ________ near Tripoli and lost. The U.S. tried to ________ ships there because they were forcing them to pay _________.

56 Early Days $200 QUESTION: QUESTION: In the early 1800’s the U.S. battled the ________ ________ near Tripoli and lost. The U.S. tried to ________ ships there because they were forcing them to pay _________. ANSWER: ANSWER: Barbary Pirates; blockade; tribute Barbary Pirates; blockade; tribute

57 Early Days $400 Question: Question: What are the names of three battles from the War of 1812?

58 Early Days $400 Question: Question: What are the names of three battles from the War of 1812? Answer: Answer: Battle of Lake Erie Battle of Fort McHenry Battle of Fort McHenry Burning of Washington Burning of Washington Creek Indian Uprising Creek Indian Uprising Battle of New Orleans Battle of New Orleans

59 Early Days $600 Question: Question: What are three cabinet positions George Washington created when he became president? What are three cabinet positions George Washington created when he became president?

60 Early Days $600 Question: Question: What are three cabinet positions George Washington created when he became president? Answer: Answer: Secretary of State Secretary of State Secretary of Treasury Secretary of Treasury Secretary of War Secretary of War Attorney General Attorney General

61 Early Days $1600 Question: Question: While __________ _________ and _________ _______ were exploring the Louisiana Purchase, _______ _________ was killed in a duel by _________ ________. While __________ _________ and _________ _______ were exploring the Louisiana Purchase, _______ _________ was killed in a duel by _________ ________.

62 Early Days $1600 Question: Question: While __________ _________ and _________ _______ were exploring the Louisiana Purchase, _______ _________ was killed in a duel by _________ ________. Answer: Meriwether Lewis and William Clark; Alexander Hamilton, Aaron Burr

63 Early Days $1000 Question: Question: What are three things the U.S. gained from the War of 1812?

64 Early Days $1000 Question: Question: What are three things the U.S. gained from the War of 1812? Answer: Answer: 1) Patriotism (Star Spangled Banner, Uncle Sam) 1) Patriotism (Star Spangled Banner, Uncle Sam) 2) New Heroes (Andrew Jackson, Oliver Hazard Perry, William Henry Harrison) 2) New Heroes (Andrew Jackson, Oliver Hazard Perry, William Henry Harrison) 3) Respect from other Nations (holding off Britain for a second time) 3) Respect from other Nations (holding off Britain for a second time)

65 Growth and Expansion $200 Question: When James Madison enjoyed few political differences the time period was called….

66 Growth and Expansion $200 Question: Question: When James Madison enjoyed few political differences the time period was called…. Answer: Answer: Era of Good Feelings

67 Growth and Expansion $400 Question: Question: When Andrew Jackson took office, he put people who voted for him in political positions. This was known as ….

68 Growth and Expansion $400 Question: Question: When Andrew Jackson took office, he put people who voted for him in political positions. This was known as …. Answer: Answer: The Spoils System

69 Growth and Expansion $600 Question: Question: While it didn’t pan out, it was the major reason why people originally moved West in 1849.

70 Growth and Expansion $600 Question: Question: While it didn’t pan out, it was the major reason why people originally moved West in 1849. Answer: The California Gold Rush Answer: The California Gold Rush

71 Growth and Expansion $800 Question: Question: This battle became a rallying cry for Texans during their quest for independence even though all those who fought died there… This battle became a rallying cry for Texans during their quest for independence even though all those who fought died there…

72 Growth and Expansion $800 Question: Question: This battle became a rallying cry for Texans during their quest for independence even though all those who fought died there … Answer: Answer: The Alamo The Alamo

73 Growth and Expansion $1000 Question: Question: What war did the treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo end, and what land was acquired by the U.S.?

74 Growth and Expansion $1000 Growth and Expansion $1000 Question: Question: What war did the treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo end, and what land was acquired by the U.S.? Answer: Answer: The Mexican – American War; Land above the Rio Grande (Texas and California mostly)

75 Causes of the Civil War $200 Question: Question: _______ _______ ______ changed the world’s view of slavery in her book ________ _______ ______. _______ _______ ______ changed the world’s view of slavery in her book ________ _______ ______.

76 Causes of the Civil War $200 Question: Question: _______ _______ ______ changed the world’s view of slavery in her book ________ _______ ______. Answer: Answer: Harriet Beecher Stowe; Uncle Tom’s Cabin Harriet Beecher Stowe; Uncle Tom’s Cabin

77 Causes of the Civil War $400 Question: Question: This action by Congress included California becoming a free state, slave trade ending in D.C., but allowed slavery to continue there. This action by Congress included California becoming a free state, slave trade ending in D.C., but allowed slavery to continue there.

78 Causes of the Civil War $400 Question: Question: This action by Congress included California becoming a free state, slave trade ending in D.C., but allowed slavery to continue there. Answer: Answer: Compromise of 1850

79 Causes of the Civil War $1200 Question: Question: This decision basically allowed slavery to move anywhere.

80 Causes of the Civil War $1200 Question: Question: This decision basically allowed slavery to move anywhere. Answer: The Dred Scott Decision Answer: The Dred Scott Decision

81 Causes of the Civil War $800 Question: Question: The South claimed this was more important and was the reason they were leaving the Union. The South claimed this was more important and was the reason they were leaving the Union.

82 Causes of the Civil War $800 Question: Question: The South claimed this was more important and was the reason they were leaving the Union. Answer: State Rights

83 Causes of the Civil War $1000 Question: Question: These two senate candidates in Illinois had these two views on slavery in 1858.

84 Causes of the Civil War $1000 Question: Question: These two senate candidates had these two views on slavery in 1858. These two senate candidates had these two views on slavery in 1858. Answer: Answer: Stephen Douglas – let the state decide Abraham Lincoln – no spread of slavery (gained popularity) Abraham Lincoln – no spread of slavery (gained popularity)

85 The Civil War $200 Question: Question: This was the location of the confederate capital and he was the leader of the CSA.

86 The Civil War $200 Question: Question: This was the location of the confederate capital and he was the leader of the CSA. Answer: Answer: Richmond; Jefferson Davis Richmond; Jefferson Davis

87 The Civil War $400 Question: Question: The battle of __________ included a skirmish at Sunken Road and also at “Burnside’s” Bridge, and a _________ victory let Lincoln push for _____________. The battle of __________ included a skirmish at Sunken Road and also at “Burnside’s” Bridge, and a _________ victory let Lincoln push for _____________.

88 The Civil War $400 Question: Question: The battle of __________ included a skirmish at Sunken Road and also at “Burnside’s” Bridge, and a _________ victory let Lincoln push for _____________. Answer: Antietam; Union; Emancipation Answer: Antietam; Union; Emancipation

89 The Civil War $600 Question: Question: __________ ________ was Sherman’s plan as he laid siege of the city of __________ and onward through the states of ___________ and _______ _______. __________ ________ was Sherman’s plan as he laid siege of the city of __________ and onward through the states of ___________ and _______ _______.

90 The Civil War $600 Question: Question: __________ ________ was Sherman’s plan as he laid siege of the city of __________ and onward through the state of ___________ and _______ _______. Answer: Answer: Total War; Atlanta, Georgia and South Carolina Total War; Atlanta, Georgia and South Carolina

91 The Civil War $800 Question: Question: What are two reasons that the Emancipation Proclamation made a change in the war?

92 The Civil War $800 Question: Question: What are two reasons that the Emancipation Proclamation made a change in the war? Answer: Answer: 1) Freedom for all was a new cause to fight 1) Freedom for all was a new cause to fight 2) This kept Europe from fighting (against slavery) 3) This made slaves want to rebel, or run

93 The Civil War $1000 Question: Question: Union troops won at Vicksburg for this reason, and it was important because…..

94 The Civil War $1000 Question: Question: Union troops won at Vicksburg for this reason, and it was important because….. Answer: Answer: They starved out Rebel Troops after surrounding it; Cut Rebel supply lines from east to west and allowed Union to move troops.

95 Mystery $200 Question: These two modes of transportation helped connect the east and the west during the 1830’s and 1850’s

96 Mystery $200 Question: These two modes of transportation helped connect the east and the west during the 1830’s and 1850’s ANSWER: Canals and Railroads Canals and Railroads

97 Mystery $400 Question: Question: The United States received parts of New Mexico and Arizona through this land acquisition.

98 Mystery $400 Question: Question: The United States received parts of New Mexico and Arizona through this land acquisition. ANSWER: ANSWER: The Gadsden Purchase The Gadsden Purchase

99 Mystery $600 QUESTION: What is Habeas Corpus?

100 Mystery $600 QUESTION: What is Habeas Corpus? ANSWER: This gives the accused the right to a hearing before being jailed. This gives the accused the right to a hearing before being jailed.

101 Mystery $800. Question: What was Manifest Destiny?

102 Mystery $800 Question: What was Manifest Destiny? ANSWER: The vision of extending the U.S. way of life from coast to coast

103 $1000 QUESTION: Name the three parts of the Anaconda Plan… Name the three parts of the Anaconda Plan…

104 Mystery $1000 QUESTION: Name the three parts of the Anaconda Plan… ANSWER: 1)Blockade Southern Ports 2) Control the Mississippi 3) Take Richmond and Squeeze

105 Daily Double!! Daily Double!! NOW WORTH $800!!!

106 Daily Double!! Daily Double!! NOW WORTH $400!!!

107 Daily Double!! Daily Double!! NOW WORTH $1600!!!

108 Daily Double!! Daily Double!! NOW WORTH $1200!!!

109 Final Jeopardy! Final Jeopardy!

110 Final Jeopardy Question What are three positives that happened during the Reconstruction and three negatives that hurt the Reconstruction?

111 Final Jeopardy Question What are three positives that happened during the Reconstruction and three negatives that hurt the Reconstruction? Answer: Many choices ….. Positives: 13 th 14 th and 15 th Amendments (free slaves, citizenship and voting for minorities) Negatives: Jim Crow Laws, Ku Klux Klan, and Corrupt Voting and Carpetbaggers


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