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Semester 1 Final Jeopardy Part 2
War Constitution Rights Colonial and Early United States Terms $100 $200 $300 $400 $500
Column 1 This freed enslaved people in states that were in rebellion against the United States.
What is the Emancipation Proclamation?
This event preceded the secession of South Carolina.
What is the election of Abraham Lincoln?
The general who led the Confederate forces.
Who is Robert E. Lee?
Spanish forces in the Philippines were overcome these two groups.
Who are the Filipino rebel army and the U.S. fleet?
In massing against the German invasion of France, the French army was known for this.
What is traditional methods of close combat?
Column 2 The “Father of the Constitution.”
Who is James Madison?
An example of this is the judicial branch may declare a law passed by Congress to be unconstitutional.
What is checks and balances?
The agreement between large and small states to create a bicameral legislature.
What is the Great Compromise?
This required states to grant citizenship to all person born or naturalized in the U.S. and promised equal protection of the laws.
What is the 14 th Amendment?
This is the only amendment to be repealed.
What is the 18 th Amendment?
Column 3 These two groups were against suffrage for women.
What is the liquor industry and church leaders?
This limits the power of political parties to pressure voting.
What is Secret Ballot?
If it had become law, this would have granted citizenship to African Americans.
What is the Civil Rights Act of 1866?
She was arrested for voting on election day in Rochester, New York.
Who is Susan B. Anthony?
These opportunities were newly available to women in the 1800s.
What is using skills in reform movements?
Column 4 They explored the east coast of North America.
Who are the English/British?
This placed limits of the power of the English King.
What is the Magna Carta?
The exchange of plants and animals among Europeans, Africans, and Native Americans.
What is the Columbian Exchange?
This challenged the authority of the national government.
What is the Whiskey Rebellion?
Maine was admitted as a free state when Missouri was admitted as a slave state.
What is the Missouri Compromise?
Column 5 Farmers who receive a share of their employer’s crop as their income.
What are sharecroppers?
People who exposed corruption by writing about it.
What are muckrakers?
“If your business fails, it is just part of the natural process of weeding out those who are weak.”
What is Social Darwinism?
“When I found that I had crossed that line [into freedom] I looked at my hands to see if I was the same person.” -Harriet Tubman
What is Abolition?
“The Congress shouldn’t decide what we do about slavery here in the Kansas Territory. We should be able to decide about slavery by a majority of the vote.”
What is popular soveirgnty?
Citizenship Test / American History. One reason colonists came to America. freedom.
Slavery Slavery was a strong political issue in the USA. Many political and religious groups want to abolish slavery; many wanted to keep it. Led to the.
Civil War Questions What territory did the United States buy from France in 1803? Louisiana Territory.
Unit 3 Vocabulary New Nation. Articles of Confederation A document adopted by the Second Continental Congress in 1777 and approved by the states in 1781.
Whiskey Rebellion: Farmers in Penn rebelled bc of the excise tax (whiskey). Washington sent the troops to crush the rebellion. PROVED THE NEW GOV’T was.
Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader?
Final Jeopardy What was the name of ‘Lee’s Perfect Battle’?
…and the work of three women.. In the early 1800s, the United States of America grew in size, population, and industry.
Virginia Studies Review VS.6 & VS.7 ©2012 Henrico County Public Schools - J. Stanley.
The Democracy Pyramid Game Rules Teams divided into groups One partner has their back to the TV Other partner faces them while looking at the TV When.
This Is…. JEOPARDY CIVIL WAR ©P.Olivieri (Mrs. O’s Rockin Resources), 2012.
1. The Enlightenment- An Intellectual movement that brought new ideas from Europe. It caused the American colonists to use logic and reason to question.
Key Terms Review # 2. What are 4 or 5 aspects of the “Unwritten Constitution”? C________ ________ to the _____________.
The Civil War Mr. Pavlovich Events Leading 1 Events leading 2 People Reconstruction Battles.
1/28 Agenda: – South Carolina Secession Declaration – Major civil war battles chart – Strengths and Weaknesses of each side According to the stats which.
Powerpoint Jeopardy Important People Colonial TimesIndependence and Revolution Civil WarLater History
Abolitionism and Slavery. He headed an abolitionists movement in the North?
U.S. History Review American Revolution, Declaration of Independence, and Constitution
A NEW NATION. COLONIES BECOME STATES Republicanism- govt. by the people State constitutions- guaranteed rights Voting rights expand- most eliminated.
The Civil War: Important People. William Lloyd Garrison Publisher of the abolitionist newspaper known as The Liberator Used the newspaper to tell everyone.
Jeopardy Important People Vocabulary Dates Events Before.
Review Questions (1) A state, calling a state convention of delegates, voting to separate from the larger nation is called _________. A. Popular sovereignty.
Famous People Civil War Events Causes of the Civil War Famous Documents After the Civil War Dates and Concepts
Mr. Wells Hickory Ridge High School Social Studies.
Challenges of a New Nation: Constitution Convention.
Rules of the Game If the team answers the question correctly, the amount will be added to the team’s score. If the team answers incorrectly, the team.
THIS IS With Host... Your Early Explorers American Revolution American Revolution Civil War Governmnt.
AP US Semester 1 Exam. Tomorrow’s Exam 60 multiple choice –20 questions from chapters Study lecture notes and Mr. Mat’s notes –10 questions from.
Follow the Leader Where in the War… Just the Facts Ma’am Its Been Written Causes of the Civil War After the Civil War $100 $200 $300 $400 $500.
Origins of the American Republic. Sources of Constitution British Customs and Traditions (Magna Carta; 1215) European Philosophers States and their colonial.
Famous People Reform Movements Famous Events Key Issues Reform in America Key Concepts
Civil War Review. Who was president of the Confederacy during the Civil War? A. Robert E. Lee B. Thomas Jefferson C. Stephen A. Douglas D. Jefferson Davis.
Causes of the Civil War. Harriet Beecher Stowe She wrote Uncle Tom’s Cabin in an effort to gain support for the abolitionist movement.
U.S. HISTORY The Civil War Leaders SlaveryBattles Miscellaneo us Goobly Gunk $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500.
Causes of CW Early CW Civil War Reconstruc- tion Potpourri.
Objective 4: Political Influences TAKS Success Camp 8 th Grade American History Coach Vega.
Early American Government Chapter 7. I. Articles of Confederation A. America’s first written form of government. B. Every state had their own constitution.
Civil Rights: rights guaranteed to all Americans Constitution and Bill of Rights are foundation of Civil Rights in US Civil War led to Civil Rights.
Abolitionists & Others The South & Others Issues The.
THIS IS With Host... Your Colonization Revolution Nation on the Rise Seeds of Division Civil War and Reconstruction Potpourri.
Jeopardy Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy.
7 th Grade Civics Miss Smith Pgs Civics in Practice.
Practiced based on the belief that states had more authority than the federal government and could determine which laws they wanted to pass within their.
Events Leading To the Civil War. Missouri Compromise The Louisiana Purchase was made in Before this purchase there were 22 states: 11 free states.
4 TH NINE WEEK EXAM EXAM REVIEW. Rural In the south most people lived in ___ areas and on small farms and plantations.
UNIT 5 LESSON 1 QUIZ STUDY GUIDE. Many Americans believed that the_____________________________were a failure. Articles of Confederation.
Don’t Forget... Contestants …Always phrase your answers in the form of a question!
Famous People Reform Movements Famous Events Issues Dividing America Reform in America Key Concepts Main page (home)
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