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Chapter Thirteen Jeopardy. let's play click here. 20 Points. 8. 7. 6. 5. 2. 4. 3. 1. C) Cotton. Which topic or item would be considered the most common point of focus throughout the South? A) Politics B) Sugarcane C) Cotton D) Slavery. 40 Points. 8. 7. 6. 5. 2. 4. 3. 1.

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Chapter thirteen jeopardy

Chapter Thirteen Jeopardy

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20 points

20 Points

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C) Cotton

  • Which topic or item would be considered the most common point of focus throughout the South?

  • A) Politics

  • B) Sugarcane

  • C) Cotton

  • D) Slavery


40 points

40 Points

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D) Railroads

  • The South did not want what thing due to its economic system and source of the system?

  • A) Roads

  • B) Rivers

  • C) Canals

  • D) Railroads


60 points

60 Points

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50 – 200 acres

  • Yeoman farmers owned small farms that averaged about what size? (You should be in the range!)


80 points

80 Points

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D) Field Hand

  • What was the most common job for an enslaved person on a plantation?

  • A) Domestics

  • B) Carpenters

  • C) Blacksmith

  • D) Field Hand


100 points

100 Points

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Cotton

  • Which item/crop made the South become a very rich and prosperous region?


120 points

120 Points

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False: Yeomen

  • True or False: Rural people made up the largest group of whites in the South.


20 points1

20 Points

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B) Power-Driven Looms

  • What invention allowed for textiles to made easier and faster?

  • A) Factory Workers

  • B) Power-Driven Looms

  • C) Cotton Gin

  • D) Cotton Textiles


40 points1

40 Points

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Slums

  • What did many factories have for its workers to spend time in out of work to get reenergized for the next day?


60 points1

60 Points

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C) Three

  • How many phases were needed for the Industrial Revolution to be complete?

  • A) One

  • B) Two

  • C) Three

  • D) Four


80 points1

80 Points

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Mechanical Reaper

  • Why is Cyrus McCormick important to farming? What’s his invention?


100 points1

100 Points

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Invented the Cotton Gin

  • How did Eli Whitney changed the economy of the South?


120 points1

120 Points

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D) A form of loan

  • What is credit?

  • A) Receivables

  • B) Regular expenses

  • C) Increased cotton processing

  • D) A form of loan


20 points2

20 Points

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False: Elias Howe

  • True or False: Robert Fulton invented the sewing machine.


40 points2

40 Points

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A) Nat Turner

  • Which person led a major rebellion against their slaveholders in 1831?

  • A) Nat Turner

  • B) Frederick Douglass

  • C) Harriet Tubman

  • D) Daniel Christian


60 points2

60 Points

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C) Plantation Owners

  • Enslaved people were used to determine the wealth of which group?

  • A) Yeoman

  • B) Rural Poor

  • C) Plantation Owners

  • D) Tenant Farmers


80 points2

80 Points

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Northern Cities

  • Which parts of the north saw a huge increase in its population due to the factories?


100 points2

100 Points

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Members of their own family

  • What group of people did African American plantation owners often purchase?


120 points2

120 Points

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Nat Turner

  • Who was the enslaved African American that rebelled and inspired others to do the same?


20 points3

20 Points

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Railroad

  • A network of what connected the majority of the country in the North?


40 points3

40 Points

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Ireland

  • A great catastrophe (shortage of food) caused people from what country to come to the United States?


60 points3

Ireland

60 Points

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  • People from what country generally became servants and factory workers?


80 points3

80 Points

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Railroad

  • By the 1850s, there were 23,000 miles of what form of transportation?


100 points3

100 Points

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  • True or False: When riding on the railroad, you could get showered by sparks.

True


120 points3

120 Points

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  • How many immigrants came to the United States in 1850?

370,000


20 points4

20 Points

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Trade Unions

  • What did workers of the same trade (job) form to protect their rights and improve working conditions?


40 points4

40 Points

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False: only successful at times

  • True or False: Workers staging strikes were always successful in getting their demands met.


60 points4

60 Points

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False: Slave Codes

  • True or False: Overseers made it a crime to teach enslaved people to read or write.


80 points4

80 Points

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A) Peter Cooper

  • Who built the first United States steam locomotive?

  • A) Peter Cooper

  • B) Samuel Morse

  • C) Nat Turner

  • D) Robert Fulton


100 points4

100 Points

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Cotton Gin

  • What increased cotton processing?


120 points4

120 Points

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  • What is the best way to explain what is happening in the Pie Charts- keep it brief!

Ag. is going down, all else up


20 points5

20 Points

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  • What century are the events occurring?

19th


40 points5

40 Points

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  • How many states have areas that can produce 45 bales per square mile in 1860?

6


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60 Points

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  • What is the percentage of non-slaveholders and free African Americans?

51%


80 points5

80 Points

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  • In which region did the slave codes exist?

South


100 points5

100 Points

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  • Which states produced at least 400,000 bales of cotton?

Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia


120 points5

120 Points

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  • What is the main reason the South lacks a large number of track?

Due to its economy


20 points6

20 Points

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A) Aglets

  • What are the plastic things at the end of shoelaces called?

  • A) Aglets

  • B) Paglets

  • C) Taglets

  • D) Saglets


40 points6

40 Points

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An elephant

  • What is the only animal with four knees?


60 points6

60 Points

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121

  • How many days until the start of the 2009-2010 school yer?


80 points6

80 Points

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A) 94

  • How long is the sideline on a college basketball court

  • A) 94 feet

  • B) 84 feet

  • C) 88 feet

  • D) 90 feet


100 points6

100 Points

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January and May

  • What two months are the birthdays of my daughters in?


120 points6

120 Points

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108

  • How many stitches are there on a regulation baseball?


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