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History Jeopardy By: Camie Knorr Native Americans Mayflower Sports Wisconsin History Presidents 100 100 100 100 100 200 200 200 200 200 300 300 300 300 300 400 400 400 400 400 500 500 500 500 500 What did most Indians live in for the homes? A. cars B. caves

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History Jeopardy

By: Camie Knorr


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Native

Americans

Mayflower

Sports

Wisconsin

History

Presidents

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What did most Indians live in for the homes?

A. cars

B. caves

C. homes

D. Teepees

Native American 100


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What were the women mostly in charge of?

A. Cleaning

B. Eating

C. Hunting

D. Farming

Native American 200


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What were the three sisters of the Iroquois people?

A. Corn, grass, beef

B. Corn, beans, squash

C. Squash, beans, beats

Native American 300


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Who were the first to live in the “Big apple” New York?

A. Chippewa

B. Iroquois

C. Mohawks

Native American 400


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Iroquois women mixed their crops using a system called?

A. fluffing

B. stirring

C. dumping

D. Interplanting

Native American 500


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Where did the Mayflower first set sail from?

A. France

B. India

C. England

D. Germany

Mayflower 100


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What was the area called that the captain of the ship stayed in?

A. Top Deck

B. Round house

C. Great Cabin

Mayflower 200


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The Fo’c’sle is where what is made?

A. Clothing

B. Whiskey

C. Weapons

D. Food

Mayflower 300


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What is used to lift heavy cargo?

A. tons of men

B. Lots of rope

C. capstan

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Where they figured out the course to America?

A. Top Deck

B. Cellar

C. Round house

Mayflower 500


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Where is baseball most popular?

A. Germany

B. Australia

C. United States

D. Europe

Sports 100


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Who is the Big Bambino

A. Babe Ruth

B. Hank Aaron

C. Joe DiMaggio

D. Lou Gehrig

Sports 200


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Who did Babe Ruth first play for?

A. New York Yankees

B. Baltimore Orioles

C. Boston Red Sox

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What is Babe Ruth’s real name?

A. Herman Ruth

B. George Herman Ruth

C. George Elbert Ruth

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When was the first time women got to play baseball?

A.1953

B. 1943

C. 1920

Sports 500


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Wisconsin is the leading state of what products?

A. Corn, wheat

B. cheese, beef

C. beef, milk

D. milk , cheese

Wisconsin History 100


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What is the biggest Lake in Wisconsin?

A. Lake Butte Mor

B. Lake Winnebago

C. Lake Emily

Wisconsin History 200


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What is the most scenic part of Wisconsin?

A. Florence County

B. Milwaukee

C. Wisconsin Dells

D. Appleton

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Who discovered Wisconsin?

A. Jean Nicolet

B. Christopher Columbus

C. The Vikings

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Where did Nicolet land first and when?

A. Appleton, 1678

B. Oshkosh, 1567

C. Green Bay, 1634

D. Fond Da Lac, 1635

Wisconsin History 500


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Who was our first American president?

A. George Washington

B. Nixon

C. Woodrow Wilson

Presidents 100


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Who was the most famous President in the late 1900s

A. Theodore Roosevelt

B. Woodrow Wilson

C. William Bryon

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Who was the youngest President?

A. Roosevelt

B. JFK

C. Bryon

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Who thought of the Bully Pulpit?

A. Wilson

B. Roosevelt

C. Taft

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What was Wilson's focus

A. Do things for yourself

B. Do things for the future

C. Do things for the good of the country

Presidents 500


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Teepees

Native American 100


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Native American 200

  • Farming


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Native American 300

  • Corn, beans and squash


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Native American 400

  • Iroquois


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Native American 500

  • Interplanting


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Mayflower 100

  • England


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Mayflower 200

  • Great Cabin


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Mayflower 300

  • Food


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Mayflower 400

  • Capstan


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Mayflower 500

  • Round House


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Sports 100

  • United States


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Sports 200

  • Babe Ruth


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Sports 300

  • Baltimore Orioles


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Sports 400

  • George Herman Ruth


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Sports 500

  • 1943


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Wisconsin History 100

  • Milk and Cheese


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Wisconsin History 200

  • Lake Winnebago


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Wisconsin History 300

  • Wisconsin Dells


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Wisconsin History 400

  • Jean Nicolet


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Wisconsin History 500

  • Green Bay, 1634


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Presidents 100

  • George Washington


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Presidents 200

  • Woodrow Wilson


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Presidents 300

  • JFK


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Presidents 400

  • Roosevelt


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Presidents 500

  • Do things for the good of the country


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    Wisconsin

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    -http://www.Whitehouse.gov/history/presidents/

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    -Babe Ruth.com

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