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  1. The American Revolution Revolution Continued Early Government The Constitution Powers of the Branches $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $400 $400 $400 $400 $400 $600 $600 $600 $600 $600 $800 $800 $800 $800 $800 $1000 $1000 $1000 $1000 $1000

  2. The American Revolution Revolution Continued Early Government The Constitution Powers of the Branches $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $400 $400 $400 $400 $400 $600 $600 $600 $600 $600 $800 $800 $800 $800 $800 $1000 $1000 $1000 $1000 $1000 Final Jeopardy

  3. Category 1(Question 1) This event took place because Colonists were taunting British Soldiers on the Commons.

  4. Category 1(Answer 1) What is the Boston Massacre?

  5. Category 1 (Question 2) This man defended the British soldiers after the Boston Massacre.

  6. Category 1 (Answer 2) Who is John Adams?

  7. Category 1 (Question 3) This was the Colonists response and reaction to the unfair Tea Act.

  8. Category 1 (Answer 3) What is the Boston Tea Party?

  9. Category 1 (Question 4) This is where the first shots of the American Revolution were fired.

  10. Category 1 (Answer 4) What is Lexington and Concord?

  11. Category 1 (Question 5) This is the river that George Washington and his men crossed on Christmas night to attack the Hessians.

  12. Category 1 (Answer 5) What is the Delaware?

  13. Category 2 (Question 1) This Battle was the “Turning Point” in the Revolution because after this battle the French joined in the fight.

  14. Category 2 (Answer 1) What is the Battle of Saratoga?

  15. Category 2 (Question 2) This was the final battle of the American Revolutionary War.

  16. Category 2 (Answer 2) What is the Battle of Yorktown?

  17. Category 2 (Question 3) Daily Double

  18. Category 2 (Question 3) He is considered the most famous American Traitor.

  19. Category 2 (Answer 3) Who is Benedict Arnold?

  20. Category 2 (Question 4) This was the treaty that ended the American Revolutionary War.

  21. Category 2 (Answer 4) What is the Treaty of Paris of 1783?

  22. Category 2 (Question 5) This group won the American Revolutionary War.

  23. Category 2 (Answer 5) Who are the American Colonists?

  24. Category 3 (Question 1) Passed the Treaty of Paris of 1783. Passed the Northwest Ordinance. Successfully waged war against Great Britain.

  25. Category 3 (Answer 1) What are the Strengths of the Articles of Confederation?

  26. Category 3 (Question 2) This is the number of votes each state had under the Articles of Confederation.

  27. Category 3 (Answer 2) What is 1?

  28. Category 3 (Question 3) He became the first President of the United States.

  29. Category 3 (Answer 3) Who is George Washington?

  30. Category 3 (Question 4) This many states were needed to ratify or pass the Constitution.

  31. Category 3 (Answer 4) What is 9?

  32. Category 3 (Question 5) Had no power to tax. Could not regulate trade. Could not enforce laws.

  33. Category 3 (Answer 5) What are weaknesses of the Articles of Confederation?

  34. Category 4 (Question 1) These were the three plans presented on Representation at the Constitutional Convention.

  35. Category 4 (Answer 1) What were the Virginia, New Jersey, and Connecticut (Great Compromise) Plans?

  36. Category 4 (Question 2) Daily Double

  37. Category 4 (Question 2) This compromise counted Slaves as 3/5’s of a person.

  38. Category 4 (Answer 2) What is the 3/5’s Compromise?

  39. Category 4 (Question 3) He is considered the Father of the Constitution.

  40. Category 4 (Answer 3) Who is James Madison?

  41. Category 4 (Question 4) This was the date that the Constitution was ratified by Constitutional Convention. (Full Date)

  42. Category 4 (Answer 4) What is September 17th, 1787?

  43. Category 4 (Question 5) This was the group that opposed the Ratification of the Constitution.

  44. Category 4 (Answer 5) Who were the Anti-Federalists?

  45. Picture This (1Q) This branch of government has the power to Veto Laws.

  46. Picture This (1A) What is the Executive Branch?

  47. Picture This (2Q) This branch of government has the power to declare laws Unconstitutional.

  48. Picture This (2A) What is the Judicial Branch?

  49. Picture This (3Q) This branch of government has the power to write laws.