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Westward Ho! Jeopardy 40 50 30 20 10 The West in the Mid 1800s Mexicanos Chinese- American Immigrants The 49ers Oregon Pioneers Nez Perc’e Mormons.

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2 Westward Ho! Jeopardy The West in the Mid 1800s Mexicanos Chinese- American Immigrants The 49ers Oregon Pioneers Nez Perc’e Mormons

3 How many people died of disease in 1849? Click on the covered wagon for the answer. Back to Jeopardy Game

4 5,000 people Back to Jeopardy GamePrevious Page

5 Who signed treaties with the Native Americans and often broke these treaties? Click on the covered wagon for the answer. Back to Jeopardy Game

6 The U.S. Government Back to Jeopardy GamePrevious Page

7 What item of clothing did ranchers wear to protect their legs? Click on the covered wagon for the answer. Back to Jeopardy Game

8 Chaparreras Back to Jeopardy GamePrevious Page

9 What is the name of the war that ended in 1848? Click on the covered wagon for the answer. Back to Jeopardy Game

10 The Mexican-American War Back to Jeopardy GamePrevious Page

11 Who moved West for free/cheap land? Click on the covered wagon for the answer. Back to Jeopardy Game

12 Americans Back to Jeopardy GamePrevious Page

13 What were Mexican cowboys called? Click on the covered wagon for the answer. Back to Jeopardy Game

14 Vaqueros Back to Jeopardy GamePrevious Page

15 What is the name of the hat worn for protection from the sun? Click on the covered wagon for the answer. Back to Jeopardy Game

16 Sombreros Back to Jeopardy GamePrevious Page

17 What year was gold discovered in California? Click on the covered wagon for the answer. Back to Jeopardy Game

18 1848 Back to Jeopardy GamePrevious Page

19 What popular magazine printed articles about great adventures in the West? Click on the covered wagon for the answer. Back to Jeopardy Game

20 Harpers Weekly Back to Jeopardy GamePrevious Page

21 What were the people called that were granted huge plots of land? Click on the covered wagon for the answer. Back to Jeopardy Game

22 Rancheros Back to Jeopardy GamePrevious Page

23 Who made more money than most miners by selling food, tools, and supplies at high prices? Click on the covered wagon for the answer. Back to Jeopardy Game

24 Store Keepers Back to Jeopardy GamePrevious Page

25 What did miners make by putting several boxes together to make a long narrow box? Click on the covered wagon for the answer. Back to Jeopardy Game

26 Sluice Back to Jeopardy GamePrevious Page

27 In January 1848, gold was discovered in what mountains in California? Click on the covered wagon for the answer. Back to Jeopardy Game

28 The Sierra Nevada Mountains Back to Jeopardy GamePrevious Page

29 What is a wooden box on rockers called? Click on the covered wagon for the answer. Back to Jeopardy Game

30 Cradle Back to Jeopardy GamePrevious Page

31 What is the name of the railroad company that laid track east of Sacramento, California? Click on the covered wagon for the answer. Back to Jeopardy Game

32 Central Pacific Back to Jeopardy GamePrevious Page

33 How many Chinese immigrants sailed to California looking for the “Golden Mountain”? Click on the covered wagon for the answer. Back to Jeopardy Game

34 25,000 Chinese immigrants Back to Jeopardy GamePrevious Page

35 What is the name of the first railroad across the continent of North America? Click on the covered wagon for the answer. Back to Jeopardy Game

36 The Transcontinental Railroad Back to Jeopardy GamePrevious Page

37 What Act was passed in 1882? Click on the covered wagon for the answer. Back to Jeopardy Game

38 The Chinese Exclusion Act Back to Jeopardy GamePrevious Page

39 What years did settlers begin farming on the Nez Perc’e land? Click on the covered wagon for the answer. Back to Jeopardy Game

40 In the 1840’s Back to Jeopardy GamePrevious Page

41 How did the Nez Perc’e get their name? Click on the covered wagon for the answer. Back to Jeopardy Game

42 It’s French for “Pierced Nose”. Back to Jeopardy GamePrevious Page

43 What years were the Nez Perc’e forced onto a reservation? Click on the covered wagon for the answer. Back to Jeopardy Game

44 In the 1870’s Back to Jeopardy GamePrevious Page

45 What food did the Nez Perc’e eat? Click on the covered wagon for the answer. Back to Jeopardy Game

46 Salmon, wild berries and root plants Back to Jeopardy GamePrevious Page

47 How far was the journey from Missouri to Oregon? Click on the covered wagon for the answer. Back to Jeopardy Game

48 2,000 miles Back to Jeopardy GamePrevious Page

49 What animals did Native Americans depend on for food? Click on the covered wagon for the answer. Back to Jeopardy Game

50 Buffalo Back to Jeopardy GamePrevious Page

51 What is the name of a wooden frame that fastens around an animal’s neck? Click on the covered wagon for the answer. Back to Jeopardy Game

52 A Yoke Back to Jeopardy GamePrevious Page

53 How many Americans traveled the Oregon trail? Click on the covered wagon for the answer. Back to Jeopardy Game

54 Close to 10,000 Back to Jeopardy GamePrevious Page

55 What did Chief Joseph do after he fought bravely? Click on the covered wagon for the answer. Back to Jeopardy Game

56 He surrendered Back to Jeopardy GamePrevious Page

57 What is the name of the railroad company building from Nebraska? Click on the covered wagon for the answer. Back to Jeopardy Game

58 Union Pacific Back to Jeopardy GamePrevious Page

59 What is an area of land called worked by miners? Click on the covered wagon for the answer. Back to Jeopardy Game

60 Claims Back to Jeopardy GamePrevious Page

61 What is the practice of having two or more wives? Click on the covered wagon for the answer. Back to Jeopardy Game

62 Polygamy Back to Jeopardy GamePrevious Page

63 What is the name of the trail the pioneers traveled? Click on the covered wagon for the answer. Back to Jeopardy Game

64 Oregon Trail Back to Jeopardy GamePrevious Page

65 In what state did the church begin? Click on the covered wagon for the answer. Back to Jeopardy Game

66 New York Back to Jeopardy GamePrevious Page

67 Who started the Mormon church? Click on the covered wagon for the answer. Back to Jeopardy Game

68 Joseph Smith Back to Jeopardy GamePrevious Page

69 What is the name of the church that the Mormons are members? Click on the covered wagon for the answer. Back to Jeopardy Game

70 Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints Back to Jeopardy GamePrevious Page

71 What is the name of people that try to get other people to adopt religion? Click on the covered wagon for the answer. Back to Jeopardy Game

72 Missionaries Back to Jeopardy Game Previous Page


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