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Welcome. to. Jeopardy!. Final Jeopardy. Round 1. Round 2. Schaal’s Team. Thomas’s Team. Cureton’s Team. Going West. Industry. Depression. Politics. Ideals. Imperialism. Round 2. Final Jeopardy. $100. $100. $100. $100. $ 100. $100. $200. $200. $200. $200. $200. $200.

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Welcome

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Jeopardy!

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FinalJeopardy

Round 1

Round 2

Schaal’s Team

Thomas’s Team

Cureton’s Team

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Going West

Industry

Depression

Politics

Ideals

Imperialism

Round 2

Final Jeopardy

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This act was used to “Americanize” Native Americans by granting them land and requiring schooling.

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What is the Dawes Act?

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2 things that did the most to stimulate settlement in the West were the railroad, and this legislation granting free land…….

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What is the Homestead Act?

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Westward expansion overran native cultures, leading up to this policy, where natives had to drop their cultures to become part of white society.

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What was assimilation?

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This battle saw the natives win, but led to the certainty they would be defeated…….

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What is Little Bighorn?

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“New Immigrants” that helped build and settle routes West came mainly from these two parts of Europe.

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What are Southern and Eastern Europe?

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The day the stock market crashed, October 29, 1929, is known by this colorful name.

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What is Black Tuesday?

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This is one of he 4 main causes of the depression, which allowed people to live beyond their means.

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What is Easy Credit?

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These people went to Washington D.C. in 1932 to demand veterans compensation money earlier than it was promised.

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Who are the Bonus Army?

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This group was hit the hardest by the depression, because they hadn’t prospered in the 20’s

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Who are farmers?

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Extreme drought and dry conditions in the Midwest, nicknamed this, led a mass exodus of people traveling to the West.

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What is the Dust Bowl?

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Bimetallism, giving farmers voices in government, and help for farmers and laborers were all goals of this political party.

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What are Populists?

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Upton Sinclair was this, a person who alerted the public of government injustices by writing about them, which encouraged reform.

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What is a muckraker?

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In order to replace the spoils system in politics, this was instituted.

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What is the Civil Service Exam?

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This Constitutional Amendment was championed by Susan B. Anthony, finally passing in 1919, giving women the right to vote, or suffrage.

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What is the 19thAmendment?

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This Progressive Era Constitutional Amendment gave people more of a voice in the government.

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What is the 17th Amendment?

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This is the belief that one’s own ethnic group is superior to other ethnic groups.

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What is ethnocentrism?

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The success and failure in business, or survival of the fittest in economic terms, is called this.

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What is Social Darwinism?

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Government policy of being hands-off in all aspects of the economy is called this, as the French would say.

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What is laissez-faire?

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Men like William Randolph Hearst exaggerated news using this, to sway readers, which helped lead America into the Spanish-American War.

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What is yellow journalism?

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America’s gaining control of people and territories for economic and military advantages.

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What is imperialism?

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The DeLome letter, calling President McKinley weak, as well as this event, brought America to war with Spain.

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What is the sinking of the USS Maine?

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US supported the overthrow of the monarch of this land when she threatened to cut foreign investors out.

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What is Hawaii?

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US recognized this country’s independence and sent Rough Riders in to help get Spain out.

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What is Cuba?

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This legislation, also called the Roosevelt Corollary, described US policy of protecting investments in Latin America, with force if necessary.

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What is Big Stick Diplomacy?

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This legislation was an attempt by the United States to keep foreign investors out of the Caribbean.

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What is Dollar Diplomacy?

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This industry made men like JD Rockefeller very rich.

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What is oil?

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This industry made JP Morgan a very rich man.

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What is banking?

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This industry made George Pullman rich.

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What is railroads?

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This man perfected the assembly line, changing the speed of production during the industrial revolution.

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Who is Henry Ford?

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This steel mogul’s “Gospel of Wealth” said that the rich deserved their wealth, but should give back to the community and practice charity.

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Who was Andrew Carnegie?

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Progress

New Deal

New Deal Programs

Roaring 20s Ups

Roaring 20s Downs

WWI – The Great War

Round 1

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Final Jeopardy

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This man figured out a way to harness electricity, which he used to power his lightbulb.

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Who was Thomas Edison?

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The airplane, which changed travel in America, was invented by these two brothers.

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Who are Orville and Wilbur Wright?

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This Progressive Era President had goals of conservationism, which led to the creation of national parks.

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Who is Teddy Roosevelt?

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The Progressive Movement focused on reforming politics, society, and this...

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What are economics?

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This African American leader, head of the Tuskegee Institute, believed that blacks could end racism through education.

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Who is Booker T Washington?

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President Franklin D Roosevelt’s program for ending the Great Depression through government sponsored programs was called this.

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What is the New Deal?

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FDR addressed the American people over the radio about his New Deal policies using these.

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What are fireside chats?

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FDR pushed several of his plans through Congress very quickly, which was called this.

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What is “Hundred Days”?

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Roosevelt tried to help out industries, such as steel, which had it’s boom during the industrial revolution with the invention of this process of manufacturing steel faster and stronger.

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What was the Bessemer Process?

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Roosevelt’s New Deal helped further the blending of cultures in America, where immigrants assimilated into society, causing America to be called this.

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What is the melting pot?

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This new deal organization put people to work conserving our natural resources by building roads and planting trees to prevent another Dust Bowl.

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What is the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC)?

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This New Deal organization regulated the stock market to ensure its stability.

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What is the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC)?

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This New Deal organization ensured the security of people’s money held in banks.

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What is the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC)?

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This New Deal organization put people to work for harnessing water power to generate electricity for cheap energy, and providing flood control for the area.

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What is the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA)?

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This New Deal organization ensured that people would have money saved up for retirement.

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What is the Social Security Administration?

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This novel about the downside to the 1920s lifestyle was written by F. Scott Fitzgerald.

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What is the Great Gatsby?

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This famous trumpet player of the Roaring 20s helped encourage the popularity of jazz music.

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Who was Louis Armstrong?

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The African American achievements in art, music, and literature during the 1920s was termed this.

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What is the Harlem Renaissance?

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A Mitchell Palmer led this, which showed our fear of communism in America inspired by the Russian Bolshevik Revolution.

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What is the Red Scare?

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This person was the first to fly non-stop solo across the Atlantic Ocean, and became an American hero.

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Who was Charles Lindbergh?

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The Constitutional Amendment that led to bootlegging and speakeasies.

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What was the 18th Amendment?

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This famous mob boss got rich off of bootlegging alcohol, and was put in jail for tax evasion.

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Who was Al Capone?

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This biology teacher was arrested and found guilty for teaching about evolution in school, in a court case that was nicknamed the “monkey trial”.

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Who was John Scopes?

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This white supremacy group was revived in the 1920s and enjoyed an amazingly high popularity.

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Who was the Ku Klux Klan (KKK)?

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This combination of ragtime and syncopated blues dominated the era of the Roaring 20s.

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What was jazz?

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This system was intended to balance power and create calm to avoid conflict, but led to exactly the opposite.

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What was the Alliance System?

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WWI long term causes were imperialism, nationalism, the Alliance System, and this.

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What is militarism?

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The Allied Powers in WWI included the United States, France, Great Britain, and this country.

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What is Russia?

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The 14 points, issued by this WWI President, aimed at giving countries the right to self-determination.

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Who was Woodrow Wilson?

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The end of the hostilities in WWI are marked by the celebration on this day.

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What is Veterans Day/Armistice Day?

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Final

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Leaders

Final Jeopardy Question

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