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1 Jeopardy $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 Government/ Legislative Causes $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 Events leading to war $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 People $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 Battles of the War $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 Military

2 It was hoped by many that the Dred Scott v. Sanford Supreme Court case would bring about the end of slavery. Instead, what was the outcome? Slaves could not be citizens Slaves had no rights 5 th amendment protected slaves as property $100 Back

3 This legislation, also known as the Compromise of 1820 provided for equal amounts of free and slave states. It also set the 36-30N parallel as the border for states to legally allow slavery. The Missouri Compromise $200 Back

4 This act established 2 territories of the land gained in the Louisiana Purchase, allowed for slavery based on popular sovereignty and repealed the Missouri Compromise. The Kansas-Nebraska Act $300 Back

5 Explain why the Compromise of 1850 appealed to both the North and the South. North: California admitted as a free state and slave trade outlawed in Washington D.C. South: Fugitive Slave Act and Utah and Mexico territories could decide slavery for themselves. $400 Back

6 Explain Jefferson Davis’ view on secession and which document he believed supported his view. How did he feel about abolishing the government and what supported this? Davis believed they could secede based on states’ rights guaranteed in the 10 th amendment. He also believed the Declaration of Independence allowed them to abolish a government that was damaging to the country. $500 Back

7 Explain who John Brown was and his role at Harper’s Ferry. He was an extreme abolitionist who attacked the armory at Harper’s Ferry in hopes of a slave revolt. He was arrested, tried and executed for treason. $100 Back

8 “A house divided against itself cannot stand.” Who said this and during what event was it said and why? Abraham Lincoln during the Lincoln- Douglas debates because he worried sectional differences would destroy the Union. $200 Back

9 “So this is the little lady responsible for starting this big war.” Who was Lincoln referring to and why? Harriet Beecher Stowe for writing “Uncle Tom’s Cabin” in 1852. $300 Back

10 What effect of Lincoln’s election in 1860 led the country to war in 1861? The secession of the south led by South Carolina. $400 Back

11 The repeal of the Missouri Compromise led to anti and pro slavery mobs killing each other after 5000 Missourians voted illegally for in Kansas. What is this time referred to as? Bleeding Kansas $500 Back

12 This former vice president supported States Rights and nullification. John Calhoun $100 Back

13 In his inaugural address, Jefferson Davis referred to specific documents to support secession. What were they and why? Constitution-the 10 th Amendment regarding states’ rights and the Declaration of Independence as evidence the country could abolish a harmful government. $200 Back

14 This individual wrote the Kansas-Nebraska act, won the Illinois senate seat against Lincoln, but lost the presidential election to Lincoln. Stephen Douglas $300 Back

15 This brilliant general was wanted by Lincoln to lead the union, however, this man refused to fight his own. Who was it? General Robert E. Lee $400 Back

16 This general led his union troops to victory at Shiloh, taking control of the Mississippi River to fulfill one part of the Anaconda plan. Ulysses S. Grant $500 Back

17 This battle is considered to be the beginning of the Civil War. Fort Sumter -1861 $100 Back

18 This is the battle that led both sides to the realization that the war would be a long war. First Battle of Bull Run (Manassas) $200 Back

19 Lincoln suspended Habeas Corpus during the war and was challenged by a prisoner of war. What does this mean? He denied prisoners the right to be brought before a civil court to justify a prisoner’s arrest. $300 Back

20 This battle saw the bloodiest day in American History, ended McClellan’s career and led to the Emancipation Proclamation. What was it? Antietam $400 Back

21 “We are not enemies, but friends. We must not be enemies.” This was part of Lincoln’s inaugural speech reminding the country of what we’d been through as a nation to gain independence. What did he say regarding slavery and secession? He told people he would not abolish slavery, but would also not allow secession. $500 Back

22 This technology changed the way wars were fought on the sea. What was it and give an example. Ironclad ships and an example was Merrimac v. Monitor: the first battle between iron side ships. $100 Back

23 This was a strategy devised by Winfield Scott and Lincoln to smother the south in 3 areas. What was it and the 3 areas? The Anaconda Plan: Block shipping, take control of the Mississippi and take the confederate capital of Richmond. $200 Back

24 Who were the 2 great southern generals? Robert E. Lee and Stonewall Jackson $300 Back

25 The North had the advantages of factories, population, superior transportation and resources. What did the South have to even the odds? Strong military leaders $400 Back

26 Explain the position of the border states, and what states were they? Supported slavery but not secession so remained part of the union. Kentucky, Maryland, Delaware and Missouri. $500 Back

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