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THIS. IS. Jeopardy. Your. With. Host. Mrs. Silecchia. Jeopardy. Crisis in the Colonies. European Exploration. 13 Colonies. Revolutionary War. Vocabulary. Geography. 100. 100. 100. 100. 100. 100. 200. 200. 102. 200. 200. 200. 200. 300. 300. 300. 300. 300. 300. 400.

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THIS

IS

Jeopardy


Your

With

Host...

Mrs. Silecchia


Jeopardy

Crisis in the Colonies

European

Exploration

13 Colonies

Revolutionary War

Vocabulary

Geography

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A way of life.

Examples: religion, food, clothing, etc…

A 200



A primary source. history?

A 300





Primary source: diary, letter, photo eyewitness.

Secondary source: textbook, biography

A 500


What is a peninsula? eyewitness.

B 100




A theory that the first Americans crossed a land bridge from Asia to North America by following the migrating animals.

B 200


Where and when was Jamestown founded? Asia to North America by following the migrating animals.

B 300


Virginia in 1607 Asia to North America by following the migrating animals.

B 300


Explain why the Ohio River Valley is such Asia to North America by following the migrating animals.an

important geographic location.

B 400


Fertile soil and land near the rivers. Asia to North America by following the migrating animals.

B 400


Explain the Native Americans dependency on the Asia to North America by following the migrating animals.

environment with the longhouse.

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B 500



What is the Northwest Passage? eastern woodlands in NY.

C 100



Describe the Columbian Exchange and positive America.

and negative results.

C 200


An exchange of goods, ideas and diseases from Europe to the Americas. Positives of spreading ideas and diversity of goods. Negatives were diseases were spread.

C 200


Explain how the Native Americans Americas. Positives of spreading ideas and diversity of goods. Negatives were diseases were spread.

were affected by the Columbian Exchange.

C 300


Native Americans died from the European diseases. Americas. Positives of spreading ideas and diversity of goods. Negatives were diseases were spread.

C 300


Describe the fur trade. Americas. Positives of spreading ideas and diversity of goods. Negatives were diseases were spread.

C 400


French explorers trapping beaver. Americas. Positives of spreading ideas and diversity of goods. Negatives were diseases were spread.

C 400


When Europeans came to the Americas Americas. Positives of spreading ideas and diversity of goods. Negatives were diseases were spread.

which colony became the first English colony? Describe why it

was founded and the House of Burgesses.

C 500


Jamestown. They were coming for money reasons and grew tobacco. House of Burgesses was a representative government.

C 500


Name the 4 New England Colonies. What was the tobacco. House of Burgesses was a representative government.

purpose of the “City on a Hill?”

D 100


New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island. tobacco. House of Burgesses was a representative government.

City on the Hill- MBC as an example for others to follow (John Winthrop)

D 100


Name the 4 Middle Colonies. What was the nickname? tobacco. House of Burgesses was a representative government.

D 200


NY, NJ, Delaware, PA tobacco. House of Burgesses was a representative government.

Breadbasket colonies

D 200



Virginia, S.C., N.C., Maryland, Georgia passage?

Slaves were needed for their economy.

D 300


Describe the different aspects of life in passage?

Pennsylvania. (founder…religion…)

D 400


Quakers, William Penn founded it, passage?

They were religiously tolerant.

D 400



Peter Stuyvesant, Dutch Governor, gave passage?

Up New Amsterdam without a fight!

D 500




What was the Treaty of Paris? join as one government.

E 200


The agreement that ended the French and Indian War and made France return the land in North America.

E 200


Describe the Stamp Act. France return the land in North America.

E 300


Tax on paper goods, wedding licenses, cards, etc… France return the land in North America.

E 300


E 400


American colonists were outraged that they did not have a voice in England’s parliament when they were being taxed.

E 400


Describe some of the protests that occurred: boycotting, tar and feathering, and the Boston Tea Party.

E 500


Boycotting- refusal to buy goods and feathering, and the Boston Tea Party.

Tar and feathering of tax collectors

Boston Tea Party- led by Sam Adams and dumped over 300 tea boxes into Boston Harbor. This led to the Intolerable Acts.

E 500


Describe a Patriot vs. a Loyalist. and feathering, and the Boston Tea Party.

F 100


Patriots- fight against British rule and feathering, and the Boston Tea Party.

Loyalist- wanted to be loyal to England and fought for British side.

F 100


Who was Thomas Paine and what did he do? and feathering, and the Boston Tea Party.

F 200


He wrote the pamphlet “Common Sense” that said the colonists should break free of England.

F 200


What was the Declaration of Independence? colonists should break free of England.

F 300


Document written by Thomas Jefferson expressing: the wrongs of King George III, natural rights of the people, and declaring the U.S. as a free nation.

F 300



Lexington and Concord was the first shots because the British were trying to find ammunition in Concord for the war.

F 400



Advantages of Americans- vs. British.

Owned their own rifles, it was their land

Disadvantages- militia (not trained)

Advantages of British- well trained, had loyalists (colonists) on their side

Disadvantages- redcoats, unfamiliar land

F 500


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