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3 Don’t Forget... Contestants

4 …Always phrase your answers in the form of a question!

5 Hands on your buzzers, its...

6 Explorers Pre- Exploratio n Country Native American Relations English Colonies Potpourri (Anything) CLICK HERE FOR DOUBLE JEOPARDY CLICK HERE FOR DOUBLE JEOPARDY

7 NICKNAMED "THE NAVIGATOR," THIS PORTUGUESE EXPLORER SET UP A SCHOOL OF NAVIGATION. Explorers $100

8 Prince Henry Back to Game

9 THIS EXPLORER SAILED FOR BOTH THE DUTCH AND THE ENGLISH IN SEARCH OF A NORTHWEST PASSAGE. Explorers $200

10 Henry Hudson Back to Game

11 THIS DUTCH EXPLORER "PURCHASED" THE ISLAND OF MANHATTAN FROM LOCAL NATIVE AMERICANS FOR THE DUTCH. Explorers $300

12 Peter Minuit Back to Game

13 THIS VIKING EXPLORER IS THOUGHT TO BE THE FIRST EUROPEAN TO LAND ON NORTH AMERICAN SOIL. Explorers $400

14 Leif Erickson Back to Game

15 THIS PORTUGUESE EXPLORER SAILED AROUND THE SOUTHERN TIP OF AFRICA TO INDIA. Explorers $500

16 Back to Game Vasco da Gama

17 THIS WAS A PORTUGUESE SHIP WITH TRIANGULAR SAILS AND A STEERING RUDDER. Pre-Exploration $100

18 Caravel Back to Game

19 NOT TO BE CONFUSED WITH CALIFORNIANS WITH LONG BLOND HAIR, THIS WAS A PEASANT IN FEUDAL EUROPE DURING THE MIDDLE AGES. Pre-Exploration $200

20 serf Back to Game

21 DURING THE RENAISSANCE, JOHANN GUTENBERG INVENTED THIS MACHINE THAT HELPED SPREAD INFORMATION AND IDEAS MORE QUICKLY. Pre-Exploration $300

22 Printing press Back to Game

23 Pre-Exploration $400 MANSA MUSA RULED THIS AFRICAN KINGDOM, LATER RENAMED THE GOLD OR IVORY COAST FOR ITS WEALTH OF SUCH GOODS.

24 Mali Back to Game

25 Pre-Exploration $500 THIS AFRICAN KINGDOM HAD A THRIVING CITY OF TRADE AND LEARNING CALLED TIMBUKTU THAT OFTEN TRADED WITH EUROPEANS.

26 Songhai Back to Game

27 THIS MAN'S STRICT RULE OF "IF YOU DON'T WORK YOU DON'T EAT" HELPED SAVE THE JAMESTOWN COLONY. English Colonies $100

28 John Smith Back to Game

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30 THIS GROUP LEFT ENGLAND BECAUSE THEY DID NOT LIKE THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND AND HOPED TO SET UP A HOLY SETTLEMENT IN THE NEW WORLD. English Colonies $200

31 Puritans/Pilgrims Back to Game

32 English Colonies $300 THIS CASH CROP WAS THE MAIN SOURCE OF INCOME FOR THE JAMESTOWN COLONY IN VIRGINIA.

33 tobacco Back to Game

34 English Colonies $400 THE VIRGINIA COMPANY IS AN EXAMPLE OF THIS, A PRIVATE INVESTMENT COMPANY THAT OFTEN PUT UP THE MONEY TO START ENGLISH COLONIES.

35 Joint-stock company Back to Game

36 English Colonies $500 THIS REPRESENTATIVE BODY HELPED THE JAMESTOWN COLONY SUCCEED.

37 Back to Game House of Burgesses

38 Name the Country $100 THIS COUNTRY CONQUERED MUCH OF CENTRAL AND SOUTH AMERICA IN PURSUIT OF GOLD.

39 Spain Back to Game

40 THIS COUNTRY IS WHERE THE DUTCH ARE FROM. Name the Country $200

41 The Netherlands Back to Game

42 THIS COUNTRY WAS THE LAST TO ESTABLISH COLONIES IN NORTH AMERICA BECAUSE IT WAS PREOCCUPIED WITH FINDING A NORTHWEST PASSAGE. Name the Country $300

43 England/Britain Back to Game

44 THIS COUNTRY ESTABLISHED MANY POSITIVE RELATIONSHIPS WITH NATIVE AMERICANS, THANKS IN LARGE PART TO THE COUREUR DE BOIS. Name the Country $400

45 France Back to Game

46 THIS COUNTRY WAS MORE CONCERNED WITH SAILING EAST TO INDIA AND NEVER ESTABLISHED COLONIES IN NORTH AMERICA. Name the Country $500

47 Portugal Back to Game

48 Native American Relations $100 CORTEZ CONQUERED THIS GROUP OF NATIVE AMERICANS LOCATED IN CENTRAL MEXICO.

49 The Aztecs Back to Game

50 Native American Relations $200 THIS IS THE TERM USED TO DESCRIBE THE SPANISH CONQUERORS OF MANY NATIVE AMERICANS IN THE NEW WORLD.

51 Conquistador Back to Game

52 Native American Relations $300 SAMUEL DE CHAMPLAIN ESTABLISHED GOOD RELATIONS WITH THIS NATIVE AMERICAN GROUP IN CANADA.

53 The Algonquin Back to Game

54 Native American Relations $400 THIS IS THE FRENCH TERM FOR FRENCH TRAPPERS THAT LIVED AND TRADED WITH NATIVE AMERICANS

55 coureur de bois Back to Game

56 Native American Relations $500 THIS GROUP OF NATIVE AMERICANS HELPED SAVE THE JAMESTOWN COLONY BY TEACHING THEM TO GROW CORN.

57 The Powhatan Back to Game

58 Potpourri $100 THIS SPANISH CONQUISTADOR CONQUERED THE INCA CIVILIZATION.

59 Back to Game Francisco Pizarro

60 Potpourri $200 THIS IS A LEGAL DOCUMENT GIVING A PERSON OR GROUP OF PEOPLE THE RIGHT TO COLONIZE LAND.

61 Back to Game A charter

62 Potpourri $300 THE CRUSADES WERE AN ATTEMPT BY EUROPEAN CATHOLICS TO INVADE THESE PEOPLE.

63 The Muslims Back to Game

64 Potpourri $400 THIS WAS THE EXCHANGE OF GOODS AND IDEAS (AS WELL AS DISEASES) BETWEEN THE NEW WORLD AND THE OLD WORLD.

65 The Columbian Exchange Back to Game

66 Potpourri $500 THIS SPANISH PRIEST TRIED TO BRING AN END TO NATIVE AMERICAN SLAVERY AND PUT AN END TO THE ABUSES OF THE ENCOMIENDA SYSTEM.

67 Bartolome de Las Casas Back to Game

68 More Explorers Tools & Inventions Which Came First Foreign Sounding Words Common Bond Stupid Answers CLICK HERE FOR FINAL JEOPARDY CLICK HERE FOR FINAL JEOPARDY

69 THIS SPANIARD DIED WHILE EXPLORING THE SOUTHEASTERN PARTS OF NORTH AMERICA AND HIS MEN SANK HIS BODY IN THE MISSISSIPPI RIVER. More Explorers $200

70 Hernando de Soto Back to Game

71 THIS MAN'S EXPEDITION DID NOT FIND THE 7 CITIES OF GOLD, BUT THEY DID FIND THE GRAND CANYON. More Explorers $400

72 Francisco Coronado Back to Game

73 HE EXPLORED MUCH OF FLORIDA FOR SPAIN WHILE LOOKING FOR THE FOUNTAIN OF YOUTH. More Explorers $600

74 Ponce de Leon Back to Game

75 HE CLAIMED ALL OF THE LANDS AROUND THE MISSISSIPPI RIVER FOR FRANCE AND NAMED THEM LOUISIANA AFTER KING LOUIS XIV. More Explorers $800

76 Robert La Salle Back to Game

77 HE NOT ONLY EXPLORED THE COASTS FROM CAROLINA TO CANADA, BUT ALSO THE DIGESTIVE TRACTS OF CANNIBALS FROM THE LESSER ANTILLES. More Explorers $1000

78 Back to Game Giovanni da Verranzano

79 ALWAYS POINTS NORTH Tools & Inventions $200

80 Magnetic compass Back to Game

81 CALCULATES LATITUDE BASED ON THE STARS Tools & Inventions $400

82 Astrolabe Back to Game

83 EUROPEANS TRADED TOOLS AND WEAPONS FOR THIS VALUABLE TRADE GOOD FROM NATIVE AMERICANS. Tools & Inventions $600

84 Beaver fur Back to Game

85 Tools & Inventions $800 FAST SAILING SHIP THAT CAN GO AGAINST THE WIND.

86 caravel Back to Game

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88 Tools & Inventions $1000 ALLOWED FOR MANY COPIES OF A BOOK OR PAMPHLET TO BE MADE VERY QUICKLY.

89 Printing press Back to Game

90 GOLD GLORY GOD Common Bond $200

91 3 G’s / Motivations for the Spanish to explore Back to Game

92 HORSES WHEAT DISEASES Common Bond $400

93 Things brought to the New World from Europe Back to Game

94 Common Bond $600 LA SALLE MARQUETTE CHAMPLAIN

95 French Explorers (with colleges/ universities named after them) Back to Game

96 Common Bond $800 VIRGINIA HOUSE OF BURGESSES MAYFLOWER COMPACT

97 Forms of government in the English Colonies Back to Game

98 Common Bond $1000 ATAHUALPA MOCTEZUMA CHIEF POWHATA

99 Back to Game Native American leaders (who had contact with Europeans)

100 Which came first? $200 COLUMBUS LEIF ERICKSON JOHN SMITH

101 Leif Erickson Back to Game

102 Which came first? $400 DA GAMA REACHES INDIA COLUMBUS REACHES HAITI THE PORTUGUESE DEVELOP THE CARAVEL

103 The Portuguese develop the caravel Back to Game

104 THE CRUSADES THE RENAISSANCE THE MIDDLE AGE Which came first? $600

105 The Middle Ages Back to Game

106 NEW SPAIN NEW NETHERLANDS NEW YORK Which came first? $800

107 New Spain Back to Game

108 PIZARRO CONQUERS THE INCA CORTES CONQUERS THE AZTECS MINUIT SETTLES MANHATTAN Which came first? $1000

109 Cortes conquers the Aztecs Back to Game

110 Foreign Sounding Words $200 THE SPANISH TERM FOR A CONQUEROR

111 Conquistador Back to Game

112 Foreign Sounding Words $400 A FRENCH COLONISTS WHO LIVED AMONG NATIVE AMERICANS TO TRAP AND TRADE.

113 coureur de bois Back to Game

114 Foreign Sounding Words $600 THE SYSTEM WHERE A SPANIARD COULD DEMAND TAXES AND LABOR FROM NATIVE AMERICANS.

115 encomienda Back to Game

116 Foreign Sounding Words $800 A TIME PERIOD SHORTLY AFTER THE CRUSADES WHERE EUROPE FOCUSED ON LEARNING.

117 Renaissance Back to Game

118 Foreign Sounding Words $1000 THE SONGHAI CITY THAT WAS A THRIVING CENTER OF TRADE AND CULTURE IN AFRICA.

119 Timbuktu Back to Game

120 Stupid Answers $200 YOU MIGHT HAVE TO TRAVEL NORTH AND WEST TO FIND THIS PASSAGE TO THE PACIFIC TO REACH ASIA.

121 Back to Game The Northwest Passage

122 Stupid Answers $400 PRINCE HENRY "THE NAVIGATOR" SET UP A SCHOOL TO TEACH THIS.

123 Back to Game Navigation

124 Stupid Answers $600 COLUMBUS HELPED BRING ABOUT AN EXCHANGE OF GOODS AND IDEAS BETWEEN THE NEW WORLD AND OLD WORLD WITH THIS NAME.

125 The Columbian Exchange Back to Game

126 Stupid Answers $800 KING LOUIS XIV HAD THIS PIECE OF LAND NAMED AFTER HIM.

127 Louisiana Back to Game

128 Stupid Answers $1000 YOU WOULD HAVE A LOT OF THIS "ISM" IF YOU WERE VERY PROUD OF YOUR NATION.

129 Nationalism Back to Game

130 FINAL JEOPARDY

131 TODAY’S CATEGORY: “Trade Routes” (PLACE YOUR WAGERS)

132 THE TURKS PUT AN END TO EUROPEANS USING THE SILK ROAD WHEN THEY CONQUERED THIS CHRISTIAN CITY IN MODERN DAY TURKEY.

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