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Jeopardy Tax Season War and Peace It’s a Republic Silly Nation? Southern Hospitality Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy
$100 Question from H1 What was the proclamation that tried to stop clashes between colonists and Native Americans?
$100 Answer from H1 Proclamation of 1763
$200 Question from H1 Who said that even if acts of Parliament may seem unconstitutional, colonists need to obey those acts until they are repealed?
$200 Answer from H1 James Otis
$300 Question from H1 This association/organization was created by elites to convince colonists to resist in acceptable ways.
$300 Answer from H1 Sons of Liberty
$400 Question from H1 Gave the British East India Company sole dominance over the American tea market.
$400 Answer from H1 The Tea Act
$500 Question from H1 The Declaration of Rights and Grievances made it clear to colonists that acts of Parliament will be…what?
$500 Answer from H1 Obeyed voluntarily.
$100 Question from H2 Thomas Paine’s Common Sense told Americans three things, name at least two…
$100 Answer from H2 Break with the exploitative British, declare yourselves an independent republic, and have free citizens
$200 Question from H2 This caused the Second Continental Congress to announced that African Americans could enlist in the Continental Army.
$200 Answer from H2 Lord Dunmore’s Proclamation.
$300 Question from H2 According to this, women should concern themselves with the common good of the community, and do so by putting the welfare of themselves second.
$300 Answer from H2 “Ideal republican woman”
$400 Question from H2 True or False: The Confederation Congress could do nothing to stop the flood of British goods into the American market.
$400 Answer from H2 True
$500 Question from H2 Delegates to the Constitutional Convention decided that slaves would be counted as what in order to figure out representation in the House of Representatives?
$500 Answer from H2 3/5’s of slaves would be counted in population totals.
$100 Question from H3 Describe Washington’s cabinet…
$100 Answer from H3 Heads of departments used as a whole as advisors by Washington.
$200 Question from H3 Founding Father that saw people motivated primarily by economic self-interest?
$200 Answer from H3 Alexander Hamilton
$300 Question from H3 How did George Washington respond to the Whiskey Rebellion?
$300 Answer from H3 He made it clear that the federal government would not take violent resistance as an answer to federal policy/laws.
$400 Question from H3 How did George Washington view Democratic Societies around the time of the French Revolution?
$400 Answer from H3 He felt that loyal opposition was not an aspect of free government, and it considered it destabilizing.
$500 Question from H3 Anti-French feelings increased in the US and so did hostility toward France after this affair.
$500 Answer from H3 XYZ Affair
$100 Question from H4 Responsible for improving the condition and credibility of the Supreme Court, making it on par with the other branches of government.
$100 Answer from H4 John Marshall
$200 Question from H4 Nullifying any federal or state legislative act by declaring it to be unconstitutional.
$200 Answer from H4 Theory of judicial review
$300 Question from H4 The state of US industry (textiles, etc.) during and after the War of 1812?
$300 Answer from H4 Growing and developing.
$400 Question from H4 Supreme Court case that said Congress had the power to charter banks.
$400 Answer from H4 McCulloch v. Maryland
$500 Question from H4 What made the South a ‘distinctive’ part of the US?
$500 Answer from H4 Slavery
$100 Question from H5 True or False: Most southern slaveholders were wealthy aristocrats.
$100 Answer from H5 False
$200 Question from H5 The average yeoman farmer owned how many slaves?
$200 Answer from H5 No slaves
$300 Question from H5 Southern paternalism distracted from what southern realities?
$300 Answer from H5 The harsh belief among wealthy planters that blacks are inferior.
$400 Question from H5 The typical wealthy white southern women believed….
$400 Answer from H5 Southern white women in the wealthy class was generally conditioned to believe they were inferior to men.
$500 Question from H5 What did the Virginia legislature consider after Nat Turner’s Rebellion?
$500 Answer from H5 Gradual emancipation of slaves.
Final Jeopardy Those against ratification of the Constitution?
Final Jeopardy Answer Antifederalists
Creation of the United States Unit #3 + SSUSH3: The student will explain the primary causes of the American Revolution. SSUSH4: The student will identify.
CHAPTER 2: REVOLUTION AND THE EARLY REPUBLIC. COLONIAL RESISTANCE AND REBELLION – SECTION 1 The Proclamation of 1763 sought to halt the westward expansion.
A New Nation Standard 2. A New Nation USHC- 2.1 Summarize the early development of representative government and political rights in the American colonies,
Standard 5. The student will explain specific events and key ideas that brought about the adoption and implementation of the United States Constitution.
THE LATE EIGHTEENTH AND EARLY NINETEENTH CENTURIES To Jackson.
From Revolution to a New Nation Unit 2. The Revolutionary War Chapter 4.
A MORE PERFECT UNION The United States develops from a confederation of states to a unified country ruled under one government The United States develops.
1 Powerpoint by Mr. Woodward. 2 To most Americans, George Washington was a great hero. As president, Washington faced difficult tasks both home and abroad.
Unit 1 Ideological and Constitutional Origins of the United States.
IMPROVING THE ARTICLES OF CONFEDERATION Fix-a-Failure.
Why did we need a Constitution? Articles were weak. No national executive No national courts No power to tax No $ for Army/Navy No power over commerce.
Chapter 5 Section 1 1. How did the Articles of Confederation structure the government? a. loose union of the states under the authority of Congress (weak.
Constitution Test In this test you may consult your group, but you are accountable for the answers you put on your paper. You will have 3 minutes to respond.
U.S. History Review. The major argument at the Constitutional Convention between the the Federalists and the Anti-Federalists was over the role of the—
Chapter 5 – Creating a New Government Section Notes The Articles of Confederation Drafting the Constitution Ratifying the Constitution Video Images Republican.
Game Board 300 Foreign Policy Foreign Policy Talkin bout a Revolution Constitution To bill or not to bill?: New Nation Go West Young Man Causes of Civil.
TEST Review Questions. Half-Way Covenant- An agreement between the Puritan Church and its followers stating that if your parents or grandparents were.
US History EOCT Review. COLONIZATION THROUGH CONSTITUTION Section 1.
U.S History E.O.C.T. Part I Colonization to Constitution.
Principles of the U. S. Constitution. Seven principles found in the U. S. Constitution: separation of power separation of power checks and balances checks.
UNITED STATES HISTORY AND THE CONSTITUTION USHC 1.4.
Creating a New Nation Unit Two 1Creating a New Nation.
Game Topic Figures $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 EventsEssaysSourcesTermsMisc. Team 1Team 2Team 3Team 4 $200.
Colonization through the Civil War 1. ▪ After England defeated Spain, England could then begin setting up colonies in North America ▪ Early settlements.
CEOCE 8 th Grade. Unit 1: Colonizing America 1. How did colonial settlement affect existing Native American populations? Native Americans did not have.
VUS 4 & 5 The American Revolution & Constitution The student will demonstrate knowledge of events and issues of the Revolutionary Period by…
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8: The United States of North America, 1786—1800.
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