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Jeopardy!

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Congress

Pres

South

Slaves

Again

“Jumbo”

lia

Revirew

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Congress- $100The controversy surrounding the _____and the readmission of the Confederate states to the Union demonstrated the deep differences between President Lincoln and Congress

C1-$100

Wade-Davis Bill


Congress - $200The incident that caused the clash between Congress and President Johnson to explode into the open was Johnson’s veto of the bill to extend the ______

C1-$200

Freedman’s Bureau


Congress - $300____ feared the return of the planter aristocracy under the 10% plan

C1-$300

Congress


Congress - $400This former V-P of the Confederacy showed up to take a seat in the newly formed Congress. He was still under indictment for treason

C1-$400

Alexander Stephens


Congress - $500This was passed in 1866 to confer citizenship on blacks. It was vetoed by Johnson, but Congress over rode the veto

C1-$500

Civil Rights Bill


Pres- $100The fate of the Confederate leaders after 1865 was that all were eventually ____

C2-$100

pardoned


Pres- $200In his ____for Reconstruction, President Lincoln promised rapid readmission of Southern states into the Union

C2-$200

10% plan


Pres- $300100 years after the Civil War ended he was finally granted renewed US citizenship

C2-$300

Jefferson Davis


Pres- $400The ____ gave the military complete control of the South

C2-$400

Reconstruction Act


Pres- $500When Pres. Johnson dismissed sec of war Edwin Stanton, the House of Representatives voted to _____ Johnson

C2-$500

impeach


South - $100In the postwar South the ____ was utterly devastated

C3-$100

economy


South - $200The greatest achievements of the Freedmen’s Bureau were in ____

C3-$200

education


South - $300The main purpose of the ____ was to ensure a stable labor supply

C3-$300

Black codes


South - $400The first ex-Confederate state to ratify the Fourteenth Amendment and thus be readmitted to the Union under congressional Reconstruction was ___

C3-$400

Tennessee


South - $500Blacks in the South relied on the ____ to educate them on their civic duties

C3-$500

Union League


Slaves Again - $100____ became the focus of the black community during Reconstruction

C4-$100

The church


Slaves Again - $200Slavery was replaced by _____ which the black codes strictly enforced and was just like slavery

C3-200

Labor contracts


Slaves Again - $300Under the codes, blacks could not serve on juries, rent or lease land or _____

C3-$300

vote


Slaves Again - $400The black codes forced many slaves to slip into ___ with poor whites thus becoming slaves to the soil

C3-$400

sharecropping


Slaves Again - $500One of the legacies of ___ was a sense of resentment and grievances by both white and black

C3-$500

Reconstruction


“Jumbo”lia - $100The Wade-Davis Bill accentuated the deep divisions about reconstruction between ____ and ____

C4-$100

President and Congress


“Jumbo”lia - $200Southerners, former Unionists and Whigs who supported freedmen in the South were called _____

C4-$200

Scalawags


“Jumbo”lia - $300The Force Acts of 1870 & 1871 were passed especially to control this group of southerners

C4-$300

KKK


“Jumbo”lia - $400Sleazy northerners who came South to seek personal power and profit were called ____

C4-$400

Carpet baggers


“Jumbo”lia - $500The US bought Alaska from Russia for $7.2 million. The people jeered calling it _____

C4-$500

Seward’s Folly, Seward’s Icebox, Frigidia or Walrussia


Review - $100 Spain’s claims in the New World were vindicated when the Portugese and the Pope agreed to this in 1494

C4-$100

Treaty of Tordesillas


Review - $200 The animosity between lordly land holder’s and aspiring merchants fired this insurgency that rocked New York from 1689-91

C4-$200

Leisler’s Rebellion


Review - $300 Among other views, this, written during the ratification debate, argued that it was possible to extend a republican form of government over a large territory

C4-$300

The Federalist


Review - $400 What did the political parties try to ignore in the 1848 presidential election?

C4-$400

Slavery


Review - $500 Why did the border States (most proslavery) stay in the Union?

C4-$500

The South fired the first shots


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