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1 Slide 1 Copyright © 2004 Glenna R. Shaw & FTC Publishing Background Courtesy of Awesome BackgroundsAwesome BackgroundsCommunication! History Unit 1

2 Copyright © 2004 Glenna R. Shaw & FTC Publishing Background Courtesy of Awesome BackgroundsAwesome Backgrounds Game Board Game Board Reset Scores Communication Game Board PeopleVocab Reconstructi on Hodge Podge Movement Final Challenge Final Challenge

3 Copyright © 2004 Glenna R. Shaw & FTC Publishing Background Courtesy of Awesome BackgroundsAwesome Backgrounds Game Board Game Board Reset Scores Category 1 for 100 As President he was a man of the people. He rewarded many of his friends with jobs in Washington DC. He threw one heck of an inauguration bash! Andrew Jackson

4 Copyright © 2004 Glenna R. Shaw & FTC Publishing Background Courtesy of Awesome BackgroundsAwesome Backgrounds Game Board Game Board Reset Scores Category 1 for 200 His number one goal was to keep the union together. He was killed tragically 5 days after the South Surrendered. Abe Lincoln

5 Copyright © 2004 Glenna R. Shaw & FTC Publishing Background Courtesy of Awesome BackgroundsAwesome Backgrounds Game Board Game Board Reset Scores Category 1 for 300 His job was saved by one vote from Edmond G. Ross. He inherited a nation divided and tried to carry out Lincoln’s goals. Andrew Johnson

6 Copyright © 2004 Glenna R. Shaw & FTC Publishing Background Courtesy of Awesome BackgroundsAwesome Backgrounds Game Board Game Board Reset Scores Category 1 for 400 He guided this nation toward ratification during a battle between Federalists and Anti-Federalists Thomas Jefferson

7 Copyright © 2004 Glenna R. Shaw & FTC Publishing Background Courtesy of Awesome BackgroundsAwesome Backgrounds Game Board Game Board Reset Scores Category 1 for 500 He developed the first cabinet. (advisors to the President) George Washington

8 Copyright © 2004 Glenna R. Shaw & FTC Publishing Background Courtesy of Awesome BackgroundsAwesome Backgrounds Game Board Game Board Reset Scores Category 2 for 100 Term for Andrew Jackson rewarding friends with political positions. Spoils system

9 Copyright © 2004 Glenna R. Shaw & FTC Publishing Background Courtesy of Awesome BackgroundsAwesome Backgrounds Game Board Game Board Reset Scores Category 2 for 200 This act gave the government the right to kick foreign born citizens out of the country. Alien Act

10 Copyright © 2004 Glenna R. Shaw & FTC Publishing Background Courtesy of Awesome BackgroundsAwesome Backgrounds Game Board Game Board Reset Scores Category 2 for 300 Against the wishes of Republicans, Andrew Johnson pardoned many Confederate soldiers and officers. What is the official term for pardoning. Amnesty

11 Copyright © 2004 Glenna R. Shaw & FTC Publishing Background Courtesy of Awesome BackgroundsAwesome Backgrounds Game Board Game Board Reset Scores Category 2 for 400 South Carolina was the first to do this after Fort Sumter Secede

12 Copyright © 2004 Glenna R. Shaw & FTC Publishing Background Courtesy of Awesome BackgroundsAwesome Backgrounds Game Board Game Board Reset Scores Category 2 for 500 They bought war bonds in hopes of making a profit when Alexander Hamilton paid them in full. Speculators

13 Copyright © 2004 Glenna R. Shaw & FTC Publishing Background Courtesy of Awesome BackgroundsAwesome Backgrounds Game Board Game Board Reset Scores Category 3 for 100 He vetoed the Reconstruction Act of Andrew Johnson

14 Copyright © 2004 Glenna R. Shaw & FTC Publishing Background Courtesy of Awesome BackgroundsAwesome Backgrounds Game Board Game Board Reset Scores Category 3 for 200 Did the North or South favor nullification? South

15 Copyright © 2004 Glenna R. Shaw & FTC Publishing Background Courtesy of Awesome BackgroundsAwesome Backgrounds Game Board Game Board Reset Scores Category 3 for 300 Grant ordered Sherman to pursue this policy Scorched Earth Policy

16 Copyright © 2004 Glenna R. Shaw & FTC Publishing Background Courtesy of Awesome BackgroundsAwesome Backgrounds Game Board Game Board Reset Scores Category 3 for 400 Name 2 proposed compromises to deal with slavery in new states Kansas/Nebraska Act, Missouri Compromise, Compromise of 1850

17 Copyright © 2004 Glenna R. Shaw & FTC Publishing Background Courtesy of Awesome BackgroundsAwesome Backgrounds Game Board Game Board Reset Scores Category 3 for 500 Due to violence these former slaves fled the South during Reconstruction Exodusters

18 Copyright © 2004 Glenna R. Shaw & FTC Publishing Background Courtesy of Awesome BackgroundsAwesome Backgrounds Game Board Game Board Reset Scores Category 4 for 100 What group wanted Punishment for the South and its supporters? Radical Republics

19 Copyright © 2004 Glenna R. Shaw & FTC Publishing Background Courtesy of Awesome BackgroundsAwesome Backgrounds Game Board Game Board Reset Scores Category 4 for 200 What group forced States rights in the ratification debate? Anti-Federalists

20 Copyright © 2004 Glenna R. Shaw & FTC Publishing Background Courtesy of Awesome BackgroundsAwesome Backgrounds Game Board Game Board Reset Scores Category 4 for 300 Sec. Treasurer What was Hamilton’s job in Washington’s cabinet?

21 Copyright © 2004 Glenna R. Shaw & FTC Publishing Background Courtesy of Awesome BackgroundsAwesome Backgrounds Game Board Game Board Reset Scores Category 4 for 400 This court case said slaves were property. Dred Scott

22 Copyright © 2004 Glenna R. Shaw & FTC Publishing Background Courtesy of Awesome BackgroundsAwesome Backgrounds Game Board Game Board Reset Scores Category 4 for 500 List 3 ways transportation was improved in the early 1800’s. Erie Canal, Steam Engine, and Turnpikes.

23 Copyright © 2004 Glenna R. Shaw & FTC Publishing Background Courtesy of Awesome BackgroundsAwesome Backgrounds Game Board Game Board Reset Scores Category 5 for 100 Stop sale and consumption of Alcohol. Temperance

24 Copyright © 2004 Glenna R. Shaw & FTC Publishing Background Courtesy of Awesome BackgroundsAwesome Backgrounds Game Board Game Board Reset Scores Category 5 for 200 End Slavery. Abolition

25 Copyright © 2004 Glenna R. Shaw & FTC Publishing Background Courtesy of Awesome BackgroundsAwesome Backgrounds Game Board Game Board Reset Scores Category 5 for 300 He was an advocate of Abolitionism and is painted on our Capital Wall. John Brown

26 Copyright © 2004 Glenna R. Shaw & FTC Publishing Background Courtesy of Awesome BackgroundsAwesome Backgrounds Game Board Game Board Reset Scores Category 5 for 400 He was in favor of establishing a National bank, liquor tax, and was a member of George Washington’s Cabinet. Alexander Hamilton

27 Copyright © 2004 Glenna R. Shaw & FTC Publishing Background Courtesy of Awesome BackgroundsAwesome Backgrounds Game Board Game Board Reset Scores Category 5 for 500 He was a vocal former slave that spoke out against slavery and met with President Lincoln. Frederick Douglas

28 Copyright © 2004 Glenna R. Shaw & FTC Publishing Background Courtesy of Awesome BackgroundsAwesome Backgrounds Game Board Game Board Reset Scores Final Challenge! On our handouts over the Reconstruction Act, this man spoke about social advances for former slaves. Including education and power in government. W.E.B. DuBois Write Your Final Challenge Wager


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