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Reconstruction Amendments& Acts New Southerners Progressive Movement Civil RightsHodge Podge
This bureau was established To help freed slaves with life Post slavery Reconstruction 100
What is the Freedman’s Bureau Reconstruction 100
Lincoln had only two requirements for confederate states to reenter the union. What were they? Reconstruction 200
1.All southerners had to take an oath of allegiance to the US 2.When 10% of the state had taken the oath they could form a legal government Reconstruction 200
Northerners who came to the south after the civil war were known as these. Reconstruction 300
What were Carpet baggers Reconstruction 300
These were southern republicans Reconstruction 400
What is A Scalawag Reconstruction 400
These were laws that were passed during reconstruction which were designed to limit the freedom of African Americans Reconstruction 500
What were Black Codes Reconstruction 500
This amendment gave African American males the right to vote Amendments & Acts 100
What is 15th Amendments & Acts 100
This act, passed in 1869, returned Georgia to military control for the third time. Amendments & Acts 200
What is The Georgia Act Amendments & Acts 200
This amendment made slavery illegal. Amendments & Acts 300
What is The 13th Amendments & Acts 300
Black members of Congress were expelled in 1868 on the grounds that they had been given the right to vote but not the right to do this. Amendments & Acts 400
What is The right to hold political office Amendments & Acts 400
This amendment granted citizenship to all freed slaves and gave them equal protection under the law. Amendments & Acts 500
What was The 14th Amendments & Acts 500
Joseph E. Brown, Alfred H. Colquitt, & John B. Gordon made up this ruling body of three New Southerners 100
What is The Bourbon Triumvirate New Southerners 100
This couple were social activists who helped end the convict-lease system, and bring about prohibition New Southerners 200
Who were John & Rebecca Felton New Southerners 200
This poet from Macon wrote “The Marshes of Glynn” and is now Georgia’s Poet Laureate New Southerners 300
Who was Sidney Lanier New Southerners 300
This Georgia born author put stories of African folklore together as told by former slaves New Southerners 400
Who was Joel Chandler Harris New Southerners 400
This woman, affectionately known as Daisy, founded the Girl Scouts of America in Savannah, Georgia New Southerners 500
Who was Juliette Gordon Low New Southerners 500
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This amendment, ratified in 1920 gave women the right to vote. Progressive Movement 100
What is The 19th Progressive Movement 100
These were journalists who wrote about problems with American society during the early 20 th century. (Upton Sinclair was one of these) Progressive Movement 200
What is A Muckraker Progressive Movement 200
These were organized to gain better working conditions and pay for factory workers. Progressive Movement 300
What are Labor Unions Progressive Movements 300
This type of ballot is one that is printed by the government Progressive Movement 400
What is The Australian Ballot Progressive Movement 400
Tom Watson, a Georgian, introduced this bill to congress that allowed the free delivery of mail to rural areas. Progressive Movement 500
What is The Rural Free Delivery Bill Progressive Movement 500
This landmark court case established separate but equal as legal Civil Rights 100
What is Plessy V. Fergueson Civil Rights 100
This clause stated that a man was eligible to vote if his grandfather had voted in 1867 Civil Rights 200
What is the Grandfather Clause Civil Rights 200
This group was formed in 1909 by Oswald Villard that included educated black men who worked for the rights of African Americans Civil Rights 300
What is The NAACP Civil Rights 300
This manager of a pencil factory was wrongly convicted of murdering a young woman and was later lynched. Civil Rights 400
Who was Leo Frank Civil Rights 400
This tactic was used to redraw districts to disenfranchise black voters Civil Rights 500
What is Gerrymandering Civil Rights 500
Hodge Podge 100 This invention has been referred to as “the headache that created a fortune”, it was created in Atlanta.
What is the Coca Cola Hodge Podge 100
Hodge Podge 200 Alonzo Franklin Herndon was a barber that later purchased this company that is one of the largest black owned company in America.
Hodge Podge 200 What is a Atlanta Mutual Insurance Company
What is the significance of 11 pm on 11/11/1918. Hodge Podge 300
What is The end of WWI Hodge Podge 300
Hodge Podge 400 What is the difference between tenant farming and sharecropping
Hodge Podge 400 A tenant farmer usually owned their tools, horses, etc. and made more money.
Hodge Podge 500 What does suffrage mean?
What is the Right to Vote Hodge Podge 500
The Final Jeopardy Category is Temperance Movement Please record your wager
This 6 foot tall woman was known for entering saloons wielding a hatchet that she used to break bottles of liquor.
Who was Carrie Nation
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