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SlaveryNorth Abolition Movement Women’s Rights South Other Reformers CLICK HERE FOR FINAL JEOPARDY CLICK HERE FOR FINAL JEOPARDY
FARMS WITH MORE THAN 20 SLAVES WERE CALLED THESE. Slavery $100
PLANTATIONS Back to Game
THESE WERE A SERIES OF LAWS PUT IN PLACE TO HELP CONTROL SLAVES. Slavery $200
SLAVE CODES Back to Game
THIS IS THE BELIEF THAT PEOPLE OF ONE RACE ARE SUPERIOR TO PEOPLE OF ANOTHER RACE. Slavery $300
RACISM Back to Game
IN ORDER TO CONTROL SLAVES AND KEEP THEM IGNORANT, IT WAS MADE ILLEGAL FOR SLAVES TO LEARN TO DO THIS. Slavery $400
READ OR WRITE Back to Game
SLAVES WERE UNLIKELY TO BE ABLE TO FIND JUSTICE WHEN MISTREATED BY OWNERS BECAUSE THEY WERE DENIED THIS BASIC RIGHT. Slavery $500
Back to Game THE RIGHT TO TESTIFY IN COURT
THE NORTHERN ECONOMY WAS BASED MOSTLY ON THIS. North $100
INDUSTRY/ MANUFACTURING Back to Game
COMMUNICATION AND NEWS TRAVELED FASTER BECAUSE OF THIS SAMUEL MORSE INVENTION North $200
TELEGRAPH Back to Game
NORTHERN INDUSTRY GREW VERY RAPIDLY BECAUSE THESE PEOPLE SUPPLIED A STEADY SUPPLY OF CHEAP LABOR. North $300
IMMIGRANTS Back to Game
North $400 TO FIGHT FOR BETTER CONDITIONS, BETTER PAY, AND SHORTER HOURS, WORKERS WOULD SOMETIMES FORM THESE GROUPS.
TRADE UNIONS Back to Game
North $500 THIS GROUP DISLIKED IMMIGRANTS COMING TO AMERICA AND FEARED THAT THEY WOULD TAKE JOBS FROM AMERICAN-BORN CITIZENS
NATIVISTS Back to Game
THIS MAN’S INVENTION OF THE COTTON GIN GREATLY INCREASED COTTON PRODUCTION AND THE NEED FOR SLAVES IN THE SOUTH. South $100
ELI WHITNEY Back to Game
75% OF WHITES IN THE SOUTH FELL INTO THIS CATEGORY OF PEOPLE. South $200
SMALL FARMERS Back to Game
South $300 THIS GROUP HAD THE SMALLEST NUMBER OF PEOPLE IN THE SOUTH, BUT THEY WERE THE WEALTHIEST AND MOST POWERFUL PEOPLE IN SOUTHERN SOCIETY.
PLANTERS/ PLANTATION OWNERS Back to Game
South $400 THESE SOUTHERNERS DID NOT OWN THEIR LAND OR SLAVES AND GREW CROPS OTHER THAN COTTON.
POOR WHITES Back to Game
South $500 SLAVES MADE UP THIS PROPORTION (FRACTION) OF THE SOUTHERN POPULATION
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Abolition Movement $100 THIS FORMER SLAVE STARTED HIS OWN ABOLITIONIST NEWSPAPER CALLED THE NORTH STAR.
FREDERICK DOUGLASS Back to Game
Abolition Movement $200 THIS WOMAN, A FORMER SLAVE HERSELF, MADE MANY JOURNEYS TO THE SOUTH TO HELP SLAVES ESCAPE TO THE NORTH.
HARRIET TUBMAN Back to Game
THIS NETWORK HELPED SLAVES ESCAPE TO FREEDOM IN THE NORTH. Abolition Movement $300
THE UNDERGROUND RAILROAD Back to Game
THIS GROUP WANTED TO SET UP A COLONY IN AFRICA CALLED LIBERIA TO SEND FREED SLAVES TO. Abolition Movement $400
THE AMERICAN COLONIZATION SOCIETY Back to Game
WILLIAM LLOYD GARRISON STARTED THIS NEWSPAPER TO DEMAND THE IMMEDIATE END OF SLAVERY. Abolition Movement $500
THE LIBERATOR Back to Game
Women’s Rights $100 THIS WAS THE SIGHT OF THE FIRST WOMEN’S RIGHTS CONVENTION, WHERE THEY ASKED FOR EQUAL RIGHTS.
SENECA FALLS Back to Game
Women’s Rights $200 IN THE 1800S, ALL OF A MARRIED WOMAN'S PROPERTY ACTUALLY BELONGED TO THIS PERSON.
HER HUSBAND Back to Game
Women’s Rights $300 THIS DOCUMENT DRAFTED BY THE WOMEN AT THE SENECA FALLS CONVENTION WAS MODELED AFTER THE DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE.
DECLARATION OF SENTIMENTS Back to Game
Women’s Rights $400 THIS WAS THE MOST CONTROVERSIAL RIGHT THAT WOMEN ASKED FOR AT THE FIRST WOMEN’S RIGHTS CONVENTION.
THE RIGHT TO VOTE OR SUFFRAGE Back to Game
Women’s Rights $500 THE TWO MOST OUTSPOKEN WOMEN AT THE SENECA FALLS CONVENTION WERE LUCRETIA MOTTS AND THIS OTHER WOMAN.
ELIZABETH CADY STANTON Back to Game
Other Reformers $100 THIS WOMAN FOUGHT FOR THE RIGHTS OF THE MENTALLY ILL.
Back to Game DOROTHEA DIX
Other Reformers $200 HORACE MANN WORKED TOWARDS IMPROVING THESE.
Back to Game SCHOOLS / EDUCATION
Other Reformers $300 THE TEMPERANCE MOVEMENT WAS AIMED AT BANNING THE ABUSE OF THIS.
ALCOHOL Back to Game
Other Reformers $400 HE SET UP A SCHOOL FOR THE DEAF IN CONNECTICUT.
THOMAS GAULLUDET Back to Game
Other Reformers $500 HE ESTABLISHED THE FIRST SCHOOL FOR THE BLIND.
SAMUEL GRIDLEY HOWE Back to Game
TODAY’S CATEGORY: THE UNDERGROUND RAILROAD (PLACE YOUR WAGERS)
THIS MAN SUCCESSFULLY FLED SLAVERY BY SHIPPING HIMSELF IN A CRATE TO THE NORTH.
HENRY “BOX” BROWN
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