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$100 AnswerScoreboard Jefferson sought to reduce the size of this institution as he saw it as too expensive and a potential threat to the republic.
$100 Round 1 armed forces? What is the armed forces?
$200 ScoreboardAnswer This vice president killed Alexander Hamilton in a duel in 1804.
$200 ScoreboardAnswer This Amendment prevented future ties in electoral votes between presidential and vice presidential candidates.
$200 Round 1 12 th Amendment? What is the 12 th Amendment?
$300 ScoreboardAnswer The Embargo Act was replaced in 1809 by this act, that again opened the U.S. to trade with the world, except Britain and France.
$300 Round 1 Non-Intercourse Act? What is the Non-Intercourse Act?
$400 ScoreboardAnswer This British 1806 proclamation declared that all foreign ships, including U.S. ships, would be subject to British searches.
$400 Round 1 orders in council? What are the orders in council?
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$500 ScoreboardAnswer This Haitian led a slave rebellion that eventually resulted in France’s loss of Saint Domingue, its most important sugar colony.
$500 Round 1 Toussaint L’Ouverture? Who is Toussaint L’Ouverture?
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Scoreboard Ultimate Question Answer Identify the three major provisions of the Missouri Compromise of 1820
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