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JEOPARDY SS SOL Review #2
Categories Jamestown House of Burgesses Famous Virginians The Revolution Virginias Capitals Colonial Economy
The House of Burgesses This is the name of the group of men who governed the colony
The bride ship (women) This group of people arrived at Jamestown in 1619 to establish families and make the settlement more permanent
Africans This group arrived at Jamestown in 1619 against their will and helped make it possible to expand the tobacco economy
Wood Which of the following did the Indians NOT trade to settlers in Jamestown: furs, food, leather, wood
Which of the following did the settlers NOT trade to the Indians: barrels, pots, tools, guns barrels
This is the name of the oldest elected legislative body in America The House of Burgesses
This is the term given to one of the members of the House of Burgesses Burgess
The House of Burgesses gave the settlers the opportunity to control this Their own government
The House of Burgesses met twice a year at the capital. Name the first capital of the Virginia colony. Jamestown
This is the common-day name of the House of Burgesses (what it is called today) General Assembly of Virginia
He was the author of the Declaration of Independence Thomas Jefferson
This slave from Virginia served in the Continental Army and was given his freedom after the Revolutionary War James Armistead LaFayette
This Virginian served as Commander in Chief of the Continental Army George Washington
This is the term given to a colonist who fought against England during the Revolutionary War Patriot
This Virginian inspired patriots from other colonies when he spoke out against taxation without representation by saying Give me liberty or give me death… Patrick Henry
This man was the Commander in Chief of the Continental Army during the Revolutionary War. George Washington
This man was the leader of the English during the Revolutionary War General Cornwallis
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The Revolutionary War ended in this town. Yorktown
This group of people surrendered and lost the Revolutionary War. English/ British
This document proclaimed the birth of our nation and began the Revolutionary War. Declaration of Independence
This was the first capital of Virginia Jamestown
This was the second capital of Virginia Williamsburg
This was the third capital of Virginia Richmond
Richmond is built upon this river James River
This city was the capital of the Confederacy during the Civil War Richmond
This is the term given for a crop that is grown to sell for money rather than for use by the growers Cash crop
This was the biggest cash crop in Colonial Days Tobacco
None! There were this many banks in Colonial Virginia
Trading and Bartering Most people in Colonial Virginia did not have money; instead they used this
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Credit Buying a good or service now and paying for it later is called this
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