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Jeopardy

Jeopardy!

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Jeopardy

Democr-

acy?

Grab Bag

Power

Crackers

Potpourri

Review

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Jeopardy

Democracy?- $100Prior to the Civil War, the So. was controlled by a powerful few. This type of government is called?

C1-$100

Oligarchy


Democracy 200 the wealth of the so rested in 1 733 families that each owned more than slaves

Democracy? - $200The wealth of the So. Rested in 1,733 families that each owned more than _____ slaves.

C1-$200

100


Democracy 300 t or f the so had its own medieval culture

Democracy? - $300T or FThe So. Had its own medieval culture

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T


Democracy 400 t or f so women wanted to abolish the cruel yoke of slavery

Democracy? - $400T or FSo. Women wanted to abolish the cruel yoke of slavery?

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F


Jeopardy

Democracy? - $500Her book Uncle Tom’s Cabin is about the breakup of slave families by the sale of slaves. This is called the So.’s greatest psychological horror.

C1-$500

Harriet Beecher Stowe


Grab bag 100 the invention of this caused the planter to be chained to the slave

Grab Bag - $100The invention of this caused the planter to be chained to the slave?

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Cotton gin


Grab bag 200 this was of all the u s exports in 1840 also of the worlds supply

Grab Bag - $200This was ½ of all the U.S. exports in 1840. (Also ½ of the worlds supply)

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cotton


Jeopardy

Grab Bag - $300T or FAs the Civil War neared most cotton was grown on large plantation rather than small holdings?

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T


Grab bag 400 who said we must get rid of slavery or we must get rid of freedom

Grab Bag - $400Who said, “We must get rid of slavery or we must get rid of freedom.”

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Ralph Waldo Emerson


Jeopardy

Grab Bag - $500Who said, “Whites could not hold slaves in a ditch without getting down in there with them.”

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Booker T. Washington


Power 100 how many slaves did the majority 2 3 of slave owners have

Power - $100How many slaves did the majority (2/3) of slave owners have?

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Less than 10


Power 200 what percent of southerners owned slaves

Power $200What percent of southerners owned slaves?

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Approximately 25%


Power 300 t or f most southerners labored as hard as the slaves the sometimes owned

Power - $300T or FMost southerners labored as hard as the slaves the (sometimes) owned?

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T


Power 400 most southerners lived this type of life

Power - $400Most southerners lived this type of life?

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Subsistence (Hand to mouth)


Power 500 the name given to less prosperous whites by slaves

Power - $500The name given to less prosperous whites by slaves?

C3-$500

Poor white trash

Other names, hillbillies, clay eaters, crackers


Crackers 100 why did poo so whites support the idea of slavery so fiercely

Crackers - $100Why did poo So. Whites support the idea of slavery so fiercely?

C4-$100

The American dream of upward mobility


Crackers 200 these whites hated both slaves and slavery

Crackers - $200These whites hated both slaves and slavery?

C3-200

Appalachian whites


Crackers 300 these whites ultimately crippled the confederacy

Crackers - $300These whites ultimately crippled the Confederacy?

C3-$300

Appalachian whites


Crackers 400 what were clay eaters especially afraid of why

Crackers - $400What were clay eaters especially afraid of? Why?

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Freed slaves, they might lose their land to them


Crackers 500 these 2 conditions buttressed slavery

Crackers - $500These 2 conditions buttressed slavery?

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Economics & Racism


Potpourri 100 attitudes toward free blacks can best be described as very racist

Potpourri- $100_____ attitudes toward free blacks can best be described as very racist.

C4-$100

Northern


Potpourri 200 the idea of transporting blacks back to africa was advocated by

Potpourri- $200The idea of transporting blacks back to Africa was advocated by _____

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Frederick Douglass


Jeopardy

Potpourri- $300_____ agriculture was wasteful largely because its excessive cultivation of cotton despoiled good land.

C4-$300

Plantation


Jeopardy

Potpourri- $400Before the Civil War, free blacks were often the _____ offspring of white fathers and black mothers.

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mulatto


Potpourri 500 who wrote narration of the life of

Potpourri- $500Who wrote Narration of the Life of...

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Frederick Douglass


Review 100 this is described as a promising step toward genuine self government

Review - $100 This is described as a promising step toward genuine self-government.

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Mayflower Compact


Jeopardy

Review - $200 This made some people very wealthy, entailed giving the right to acquire fifty acres of land to the person paying the passage of a laborer to America.

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Headright sysrem


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Review - $300 His Neutrality Proclamation clearly illustrated the truism that self-interest is the basic cement of alliances.

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Washington’s


Jeopardy

Review - $400 Which President made a major foreign-policy mistake when heaccepted Napoleon’s promise to recognize America’s rights

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James Madison


Jeopardy

Review - $500 Houston led Santa Anna on a chase then turned on the Mexican army & wiped it out. Where was this?

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San Jacinto


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