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Jeopardy Confederate Soldiers Civil War Battles Leaders Of A Nation Issues of Slavery Union Soldiers Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy Source:
$100 Question from Confederate Soldiers Who was the most famous General in the Confederate Army?
$100 Answer from Confederate Soldiers Who is Robert E. Lee?
$200 Question from Confederate Soldiers Who led the Confederate forces in the first Battle of Bull Run?
$200 Answer from Confederate Soldiers Who is Thomas Stonewall Jackson?
$300 Question from Confederate Soldiers Who led the Confederate army into The Battle at Gettysburg?
$300 Answer from Confederate Soldiers Who is General Pickett?
$400 Question from Confederate Soldiers During the war, thousands of women donned what profession to help out with the war effort?
$400 Answer from Confederate Soldiers What is Nursing?
$500 Question from Confederate Soldiers What was the name of Robert E. Lees army?
$500 Answer from Confederate Soldiers What was The Army of Northern Virginia?
$100 Question from Civil War Battles Abraham Lincoln made his famed address after this battle?
$100 Answer from Civil War Battles What was the Battle of Gettysburg?
$200 Question from Civil War Battles Which battle that the North won was fought along the Mississippi River?
$200 Answer from Civil War Battles What was the Battle of Vicksburg?
$300 Question from Civil War Battles Which battle during the Civil War got a nickname for being the bloodiest battle of the entire war?
$300 Answer from Civil War Battles What was the Battle of Shiloh?
$400 Question from Civil War Battles Which battle during the Civil War took place on more than one occasion?
$400 Answer from Civil War Battles What was the Battle of Bull Run?
$500 Question from Civil War Battles Abraham Lincoln used this battle to change Northern war aims, and take action against slavery?
$500 Answer from Civil War Battles What was the Battle of Antietam?
$100 Question from Leaders of a Nation Who was the Republican candidate that was elected President in 1860?
$100 Answer from Leaders of a Nation Who was Abraham Lincoln?
$200 Question from Leaders of a Nation Who was the man from South Mississippi that was elected to serve as the President of the Confederate States?
$200 Answer from Leaders of a Nation Who was Jefferson Davis?
$300 Question from Leaders of a Nation What did Abraham Lincoln sign into law which would abolish slavery?
$300 Answer from Leaders of a Nation What was The Emancipation Proclamation?
$400 Question from Leaders of a Nation The surrender of the Confederate army took place at which courthouse?
$400 Answer from Leaders of a Nation What is Appomattox Courthouse?
$500 Question from Leaders of a Nation What was the name of the line that separated the slave states from the non slave states?
$500 Answer from Leaders of a Nation What is The Mason-Dixon Line?
$100 Question from Issues of Slavery The issue of slavery sparked a disagreement between the North and South in America which eventually led to this event?
$100 Answer from Issues of Slavery What was The Civil War?
$200 Question from Issues of Slavery Which amendment ratified by Congress in 1865, truly freed enslaved African- Americans?
$200 Answer from Issues of Slavery What is the 13 th Amendment?
$300 Question from Issues of Slavery Which African American regiment was well respected by all troops, and brought respect to all African Americans during the war?
$300 Answer from Issues of Slavery Who was The 54 th Massachusetts?
$400 Question from Issues of Slavery This lady was a pioneer for freeing slaves by opening up the Underground Railroad to help slaves escape North?
$400 Answer from Issues of Slavery Who is Harriet Tubman?
$500 Question from Issues of Slavery This required all citizens to help capture and return slaves who had run away?
$500 Answer from Issues of Slavery What is the Fugitive Slave Act?
$100 Question from Union Soldiers Who was the most famous Union general that accepted the Confederate surrender?
$100 Answer from Union Soldiers Who is Ulysses S. Grant?
$200 Question from Union Soldiers Who was the Union leader that led his troops at the Battle of Bull Run?
$200 Answer from Union Soldiers Who is William Tecumseh Sherman?
$300 Question from Union Soldiers Who was first appointed as commander of the Army of the Potomac by Abraham Lincoln?
$300 Answer from Union Soldiers Who is General George McClellan?
$400 Question from Union Soldiers When George McClellan failed to obey orders by Lincoln, this man was appointed head of the Army of the Potomac?
$400 Answer from Union Soldiers Who is General Ambrose Burnside?
$500 Question from Union Soldiers A Union victory at this battle also took the life of Stonewall Jackson?
$500 Answer from Union Soldiers What is Chancellorsville, VA?
Final Jeopardy Women such as Dorothea Dix, Clara Barton, and this lady were well known as military nurses during the Civil War?
Final Jeopardy Answer Who is Sally Tompkins?
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