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Civil War Jeopardy Famous People Important Battles SlaveryDividing Issues North vs. South 10 20 30 40 Final Jeopardy ?
The President during the Civil War Thomas Jefferson Jefferson Davis Abraham Lincoln Barrack Obama
The President of the Confederacy was_______. Dred Scott Thomas Jefferson Abraham Lincoln Jefferson Davis
These were two of the generals of the Confederate Army. George Washington and Thomas Gage Robert E. Lee and Stonewall Jackson Ulysses S. Grant and William Tecumseh Sherman George Meade and George McClellan
A famous nurse who followed the fighting from battle to battle across the U.S. caring for Union soldiers and who founded the American Red Cross. Molly Pitcher Betsy Ross Betty Crocker Clara Barton
An attack on this place caused the Civil War to begin. Fort Sumter Fort McHenry Camp David The Alamo
This was the first battle of the War, and a big Confederate win. Bunker Hill Bull Run Antietam Gettysburg
This was one of the deadliest battles of the Civil War in which more than 7,000 Union and Confederate soldiers were killed. Bull Run Appomattox Gettysburg Vicksburg
This is where the Civil War ended and Robert E. Lee surrendered to Ulysses S. Grant Yorktown Richmond Philadelphia Appomattox
Those people who wanted to get rid of slavery were called _______. abolitionists followers compromisers conductors
This was a system of secret escape routes leading to free lands. The Underground Railroad The Downtown Interstate The Hidden Express The Secret Passage
In the South, slavery was important because… the slaves worked long hours in the factories. the slaves enjoyed working to help their owners get wealthier. they needed slaves to travel to Africa to bring back more slaves. owners had come to depend on the work of slaves to farm their land.
This law forced northerners to catch runaway slaves and to be punished with fines or jail time if they did not. The Emancipation Proclamation The Kansas-Nebraska Act The Compromise of 1850 The Fugitive Slave Act
This Compromise allowed the number of free states and slave states to remain equal. The Compromise of 1850 The Missouri Compromise The Dred Scott Decision The Emancipation Proclamation
The North welcomed the high tariff on imported goods because… most of the nation’s farms were located there. they bought a lot of imported goods from Europe. they enjoyed paying higher tariffs. most of the nation’s factories were located there.
This case, which came to the Supreme Court, was an important milestone in the debate of whether slavery should be allowed in certain territories and decided that slaves were property. The Dred Scott Case The Emancipation Proclamation The Gettysburg Address The Compromise of 1850
This man was known as the “Great Compromiser” because of his work to settle the differences between the North and the South. Andrew Jackson Frederick Douglas Henry Clay William Garrison
Weaknesses of this side included being a new nation, not having a strong central government, and having a weak economy. North South
This side wanted the states to have more individual rights and the final say in their own affairs. North South
This side’s strategy included fighting a defensive war. North South
The only regiment made up entirely of African-Americans were fighting for this side. North South
Final Jeopardy Explain the Kansas-Nebraska Act and how that led to “Bleeding Kansas.” In Kansas and Nebraska, citizens were allowed to vote to decide if they were going to have slavery or not. People from other states rushed in to cast their votes and fighting broke out between the two sides. More than 200 people were killed making it known as Bleeding Kansas.