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2 All Pictures, sounds, and animations were taken off royalty free internet websites. If by mistake, I took copyrighted material, I apologize. Let me know and I will correct my mistake. Music Credit: http://www.cs.jmu.edu/common/projects/STUDENT/Sesame%20Street/

3 SOL Final History Jeopardy Native AmericansWarsVirginiaMisc.Civil War 1000 500 1500 2000 2500 500 1000 1500 2000 2500 500 1000 1500 2000 2500 500 1000 1500 2000 2500 500 1000 1500 2000 2500

4 B. Maya A. Inca C. Aztec D. Mississippian Which group was known for picture writing, scientists, and the number zero? Picture Credit: http://www.flmnh.ufl.edu/maya/

5 The Maya were known for picture writing, scientists, and the number zero. Click below to hear the Mayan Vowels! Here are 3 possible ways to write the name Thomas! Final Jeopardy

6 Answer Click to record $500

7 B. Sun dance A. Corn dance C. Human worship D. Human sacrifices The Aztecs practiced slavery and _____________. Picture Credit: http://www.rose-hulman.edu/~delacova/aztecs6.htm

8 The Aztecs practiced slavery and human sacrifices. Picture Credit: http://www.rose-hulman.edu/~delacova/aztecs6.htm Final Jeopardy

9 Answer Click to record $1000

10 Which group lived in the Andes Mountains and farmed potatoes? B. Maya A. Inca C. Aztec D. Mississippian Picture Credit: http://www.buypotatoseed.com/potatopic.html http://www.letus.northwestern.edu/projects/esp/top10/andespage/andes.html

11 The Incas lived in the Andes Mountains and farmed potatoes. Picture Credit: http://www.letus.northwestern.edu/projects/esp/top10/andespage/andes.html Click below to hear Inca music! Final Jeopardy

12 Wow! Youre good! Answer Click to record $1500

13 The legend of the eagle standing on the prickly pear cactus with a snake in its beak is associated with this group. B. Maya A. Inca C. Aztec D. Mississippian Picture Credit: http://www.virtualmex.com/map.htm

14 According to legend, the Aztecs believed that when they found an eagle standing on the prickly pear cactus with a snake in its beak that this was the gods showing them where to live. Picture Credit: http://www.virtualmex.com/map.htm Click below to hear the Mexican national anthem! Final Jeopardy

15 Answer Click to record $2000

16 The largest city of the Mound Builders or Mississippians was: A. Richmond D. Tiakal C. Paris B. Cahokia Picture Credit: http://members.tripod.com/~IS335/monks.html

17 Cahokia was the largest city of the Mound Builders or Mississippians. Picture Credit: http://members.tripod.com/~IS335/monks.html Final Jeopardy

18 Answer Click to record $2500

19 A. George Rogers Clark B. George Washington C. James Armistead D. Thomas Paine Who was known as Washington of the West? He did a surprise attack on the British and won. Picture Credit: http://www.statelib.lib.in.us/www/ihb/tiharch-dec97.html

20 George Rogers Clark was known as Washington of the West? He did a surprise attack on the British and won. http://www.statelib.lib.in.us/www/ihb/tiharch-dec97.html Final Jeopardy

21 AnswerRIGHT! When youre RIGHT, youre RIGHT! Click to record $500

22 A loyalist was someone who was loyal to ……. A. The USA B. Britain C. France D. Japanhttp://www.geocities.com/Pentagon/9656/comrade.htm

23 A loyalist was someone who was loyal to Britain.http://www.geocities.com/Pentagon/9656/comrade.htm Final Jeopardy

24 Answer Genuis! That is what it is sheer genius! Click to record $1000

25 He was an American spy who lied to the British. A. Marquis de Lagayette B. Fredrich von Steuben C. James Armistead D. None of the above Picture Credit: http://www.cia.gov/cia/ciakids/history/james.html

26 James Armistead was an American spy who lied to the British. Picture Credit: http://www.cia.gov/cia/ciakids/history/james.html Final Jeopardy

27 Answer You just outsmarted me! Click to record $1500

28 What woman was famous because she gave water to the soldiers during the Revolutionary War? A. Deborah Moyers B. Martha Custis C. Molly Pitcher D. None of the above Picture Credit: http://www.kcnet.org/~edbertan/Mollyp.html

29 Molly Pitcher was famous because she gave water to the soldiers during the Revolutionary War. Picture Credit: http://www.kcnet.org/~edbertan/Mollyp.html Final Jeopardy

30 Answer Click to record $2000

31 What northern General burns the valley? A. Grant B. McClellan C. Sheridan D. Burnside Picture Credit: http://www.pomegranatecommunications.com/pomegranate/2246.html

32 General Sheridan burns the valley. Final Jeopardy

33 Answer Click to record $2500

34 A. 5 B. 9 How many presidents are from Virginia? D. 8 C. 6 Picture Credit: http://school.discovery.com/homeworkhelp/worldbook/atozpictures/pc200313.html

35 Virginia has had 8 presidents: George Washington (1 st ), Thomas Jefferson (3 rd ), James Madison (4 th ), James Monroe (5 th ), William Henry Harrison(9 th ), John Tyler(10 th ), Zachary Taylor (12 th ), Woodrow Wilson (28 th ) Picture Credits: http://school.discovery.com/homeworkhelp/presidents/ Final Jeopardy

36 Answer Click to record $500

37 What has boosted Virginias economy? A. taxes B. schools D. coal C. tourism Picture Credits: http://www.virginia.org/home.asp?Try=Yes

38 Tourism has boosted Virginias economy. Picture Credits: http://www.virginia.org/home.asp?Try=Yes Final Jeopardy

39 Answer Youre bouncing along well! Click to record $1000

40 Virginias state flower and tree is the ____________. A. maple B. dogwood D. oak C.pear Picture Credit: http://www.floridata.com/ref/C/cornus_f.cfm

41 Virginias state flower and tree is the Dogwood. Picture Credit: http://www.floridata.com/ref/C/cornus_f.cfm Final Jeopardy

42 Answer Click to record $1500

43 Virginias state bird is the _______________. A. finch B. robin D. Blue Jay C. cardinal Picture Credit: http://www.50states.com/bird/cardinal.htm

44 Virginias state bird is the cardinal. Picture Credit: http://www.animfactory.com/af_birds_songbirds_page_aa.html Final Jeopardy

45 Answer You are so lucky! Click to record $2000

46 Chesapeake is a Native American word that means __________________. A. Great shellfish bay B. Waterway to the south D. Dismal swamp C. Place of peace Picture Credit: http://www.mdarchives.state.md.us/msa/speccol/photos/eye/html/z053.html

47 Chesapeake is a Native American word that means great shellfish bay. Picture Credit: http://7thfloormedia.com/projects/safari/3DTouchTank/3dlib/starfish.html Final Jeopardy

48 Answer Click to record $2500

49 A. Ridge and Valley B. Allegheny Plateau C. Tidewater D. Piedmont Which area of our state has the highest population density? Picture Credit: http://www2.virtualtourist.com/m/?s=H&showpic=/p/.107270/t-606-1-3932.jpg&mn=GUYON&pn=Richmond

50 The Piedmont Region (Richmond) has the highest population density? Final Jeopardy

51 Answer Click to record $500

52 What was the Underground Railroad? A. A secret route for slaves to escape B.a train for the slaves C.a subway system D. All of the above Picture Credit: http://school.discovery.com/homeworkhelp/worldbook/atozpictures/lr004396.html

53 The Underground Railroad was a secret route for slaves to escape to freedom from the South to the North. Picture Credit: http://school.discovery.com/homeworkhelp/worldbook/atozpictures/pc011077.html Harriet Tubman led many slaves to freedom! Final Jeopardy Song Credit: http://www.appleseedrec.com/underground/sounds.html

54 Answer Click to record $1000

55 What date was the Declaration of Independence adopted? C. July 4, 1776 B. July 1, 1775 A. July 4, 1886 D. Dec. 25, 1890 Picture Credit: http://memory.loc.gov/cgi-bin/ampage?collId=rbpe&fileName=rbpe34/rbpe346/34604400/rbpe34604400page.db&recNum=0

56 The Declaration of Independence was adopted on July 4, 1776. Final Jeopardy

57 Answer Click to record $1500

58 How many Senators are chosen from each state? A. 5 D.4 C.1 B.2 Picture Credit: http://www.atpm.com/7.01/washington-dc/capitol.shtml

59 2 Senators are chosen from each state. Therefore, there are 100 Senators. Picture Credit: http://www.atpm.com/7.01/washington-dc/capitol.shtml Final Jeopardy

60 Answer I hope children never loose their sense of wonder and peace! Click to record $2000

61 The number of people a state sends to the House of Representatives depends on __________________________. A. The area of the state D.size of the population C.number of children in school B.the amount of counties

62 The number of people a state sends to the House of Representatives depends on size of the population. Picture Credit: http://www.atpm.com/7.01/washington-dc/capitol.shtml Final Jeopardy

63 Answer Click to record $2500

64 A. Emancipation Act B. Emancipation Proclamation C. Proclamation Emancipation D. Proclamation Decree On January 1, 1863, President Abraham Lincoln signed the _________________, that freed all the slaves. Picture Credits: http://www.geocities.com/SunsetStrip/Venue/5217/lincoln.html

65 On January 1, 1863, President Abraham Lincoln signed the Emancipation Proclamation, that freed all the slaves. Final Jeopardy

66 Answer What a pickle! I am getting so many questions correct! Click to record $500

67 Which battle is known as the largest cavalry battle in the USA? A. Brandy Station B. Gettysburg C. Vicksburg D. New Market Picture Credit: http://americancivilwar.com/bsbattle.html

68 Brandy Station is known as the largest cavalry battle in the USA. Final Jeopardy

69 Answer Click to record $1000

70 Who helped the South in the Battle of New Market? A. Stonewall Jackson B. Joseph Hooker C. Robert E. Lee D. VMI Cadets Picture Credit: http://web.vmi.edu/cadet_life.htm

71 VMI cadets helped the South in the Battle of New Market. (The Book Ghost Cadet is a historical fiction story about this battle) This is W. H. McDowell, a cadet that fought in the New Market battle! Picture Credit: http://www.dahlgren.odedodea.edu/greenfield/paul.htm Final Jeopardy

72 Answer Click to record $1500

73 The Capital for the South during the Civil War was: A. Washington D. C. B. Woodstock C. Richmond D. Edinburg Picture Credit: http://www2.virtualtourist.com/m/?s=H&showpic=/p/.107270/t-606-1-3932.jpg&mn=GUYON&pn=Richmond

74 Richmond was the capital for the South during the Civil War. Picture Credit: http://www2.virtualtourist.com/m/?s=H&showpic=/p/.107270/t-606-1-3932.jpg&mn=GUYON&pn=Richmond Final Jeopardy

75 Answer Click to record $2000

76 Stonewall Jackson was told by __________ at Front Royal that the Yankees were coming. A. Turner Asby B. J.E.B. Stuart C. Belle Boyd D. Longstreet Picture Credit; http://www.wvculture.org/history/notewv/boyd.html

77 Stonewall Jackson was told by Belle Boyd at Front Royal that the Yankees were coming. Picture Credit; http://www.wvculture.org/history/notewv/boyd.html Final Jeopardy

78 Answer Click to record $2500


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