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VS7-Civil War

SOL Jeopardy


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SOL Jeopardy

Before the Civil

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Battles

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Prior to the Civil War, the North was industrial while the South had what type of economy?

A. industrial

B. consumer

C. agricultural

D. industrialized


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C. agricultural

Bonus

Jeopardy


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You’re too good to catch!

Answer


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In the years before the Civil War, Nat Turner & John Brown tried to

A. start slave rebellions.

B. convince people the South had the right to secede.

C. get Abraham Lincoln elected president.

D. build up the Union navy.


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A. start slave rebellions.

Bonus

Jeopardy


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You're hammering away now!

Answer


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In the early 19th century (1800’s), the North & South had a major disagreement over the issue of

A. factories.

B. slavery.

C. farms.

D. schools.


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B. slavery

Bonus

Jeopardy


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Wow! You’re good!

Answer


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A bitterly argued topic in Congress prior to the Civil War was whether

A. African American children should be allowed to

attend schools with white children.

B. new states should be admitted as free states or

slave states.

C. slave farmers should be granted their own lands

to farm.

D. Abraham Lincoln should free the slaves.


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B. new states should be admitted as free states or slave states.

Bonus

Jeopardy


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I don't know how I could have doubted you!

Answer


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Who won the presidential election of 1860?

A. Abraham Lincoln

B. Ulysses S. Grant

C. Jefferson Davis

D. Harriet Tubman


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A. Abraham Lincoln

Bonus

Jeopardy


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Being a genius certainly has its advantages!

Answer


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Which was the first major battle of the Civil War?

A. first Battle of Bull Run

B. Fort Sumter

C. Fredericksburg

D. Appomattox Court House


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A. first Battle of Bull Run

Bonus

Jeopardy


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RIGHT!

When you’re RIGHT, you’re RIGHT!

Answer


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General Robert E. Lee won a major victory against Union forces at

A. Richmond, Virginia.

B. Fredericksburg, Virginia.

C. Gettysburg, Pennsylvania.

D. Fort Sumter, South Carolina.


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B. Fredericksburg, Virginia.

Bonus

Jeopardy


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Genuis! That is what it is sheer genius!

Answer


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General Grant knew he had to take

which Virginia city to win the war?

A. Newport News

B. Manassas

C. Fredericksburg

D. Richmond


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D. Richmond

Bonus

Jeopardy


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You just outsmarted me!

Answer


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The waters near Norfolk & Hampton were the scene of a major battle between

A. General Grant & General Lee.

B. the Monitor & the Merrimack.

C. Virginia slaves & their white masters.

D. African Americans & Indians.


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B. the Monitor & the Merrimack.

Bonus

Jeopardy


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Brilliance

Answer


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General Lee surrendered the Confederate forces to General Grant at

A. Appomattox Court House, Virginia.

B. Manassas, Virginia.

C. Fort Sumter, South Carolina.

D. Gettysburg, Pennsylvania.


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A. Appomattox Court House, Virginia.

Bonus

Jeopardy


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Cool!

Answer


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Who was the first & only president of the Confederate States of America?

A. Jefferson Davis

B. Abraham Lincoln

C. Robert E. Lee

D. Harriet Tubman


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A. Jefferson Davis

Bonus

Jeopardy


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You're super good,

but can you keep up with me?

Answer


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Who wanted to start slave rebellions before the Civil War?

A. Nat Turner & Harriet Tubman

B. Nat Turner & Abraham Lincoln

C. John Brown & Nat Turner

D. John Brown & Ulysses S. Grant


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C. John Brown & Nat Turner

Bonus

Jeopardy


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You’re bouncing along well!

Answer


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Who was the commander of the Army of Northern Virginia(Confederates)?

A. Abraham Lincoln

B. Thomas “Stonewall”Jackson

C. Jefferson Davis

D. Robert E. Lee


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D. Robert E. Lee

Bonus

Jeopardy


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Lucky Guess!

Answer


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Who played a major role & gained a nickname after the first Battle of Bull Run for refusing to retreat?

A. Robert E. Lee

B. Thomas Jackson

C. Ulysses S. Grant

D. Abraham Lincoln


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B. Thomas Jackson

Bonus

Jeopardy


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You are so lucky!

Answer


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Who helped over 300 slaves escape to freedom on the Underground Railroad?

A. John Brown

B. Nat Turner

C. Harriet Tubman

D. Abraham Lincoln


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C. Harriet Tubman

Bonus

Jeopardy


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Your climbing so high!

Answer


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Abraham Lincoln’s election in 1860 caused which event?

A. the splitting of Virginia into 2 separate states

B. the attack on Fort Sumter

C. the secession of South Carolina

D. the surrender of the Confederate army


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C. the secession of South Carolina

Fort Sumter (an island just off the coast) picture below

Bonus

Jeopardy


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Marvelous!

Answer


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During the first Battle of Bull Run, what event caused Southern troops to turn & fight the enemy with increased determination?

A. President Lincoln was assassinated.

B. General Thomas Jackson refused to retreat.

C. South Carolina seceded from the Union.

D. West Virginia became a separate state.


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B. General Thomas Jackson refused to retreat.

Bonus

Jeopardy


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Beautiful Day!

Answer


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Lincoln used the Union navy to blockade Southern ports. What happened next?

A. the battle between the Monitor & the Merrimack

B. Lee surrendered to Grant.

C. Lincoln was assassinated.

D. Grant captured Richmond.


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A. the battle between the Monitor & the Merrimack

Bonus

Jeopardy


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Aw Nuts, You're too good!

Answer


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The Civil War ended at Appomattox Court House when what event took place?

A. South Carolina seceded from the Union.

B. President Lincoln was assassinated.

C. General Lee surrendered to General Grant.

D. General Lee won the Battle of Fredericksburg.


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C. General Lee surrendered to General Grant in 1865.

Bonus

Jeopardy


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I hope children never lose their sense of wonder and peace!

Answer


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What event occurred when Virginia leaders could not agree on secession?

A. Virginia wrote a new constitution.

B. Virginia stayed with the Union.

C. Virginia outlawed slavery.

D. West Virginia split from Virginia.


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D. West Virginia split from Virginia.

Bonus

Jeopardy


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EXCELLENT

Answer


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An abolitionist was someone who

A. thought slavery was wrong & worked to end it.

B. fought on the Confederate side.

C. worked to elect Abraham Lincoln in 1860.

D. made speeches for independence.


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A. thought slavery was wrong & worked to end it.

Bonus

Jeopardy


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What a pickle! I am getting so many questions correct!

Answer


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“To secede” means

A. to achieve what you try to do.

B. to separate.

C. to end slavery.

D. to start a war.


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B. to separate.

Bonus

Jeopardy


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You passed with flying colors!

Answer


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If a country or state is industrial, it

A. has many factories.

B. is very dusty.

C. is mainly farms.

D. has a mix of farms & factories.


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A. has many factories.

Bonus

Jeopardy


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To infinity and beyond!

Answer


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Which words go together because they have similar meanings?

A. blockade/victory

B. surrender/defeat

C. election/victory

D. surrender/victory


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B. surrender/defeat

Bonus

Jeopardy


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There's no place like home!

Answer


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The phrase “slave labor” refers to

A. the freedom the slaves wished for.

B. the buying & selling of slaves.

C. the work done by slaves for white people.

D. the reason for the Civil War.


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C. the work done by slaves for white people.

Bonus

Jeopardy


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What's up?

Answer


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