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  1. Jeopardy!

  2. Jeopardy! Created by Big Daddy Davis

  3. What region of the US was the most suitable for growing cotton?

  4. The South

  5. The term used to define the US acquisition of new territories.

  6. Manifest Destiny

  7. 1803

  8. Louisiana Purchase

  9. People from this region moved to Texas after exhausting the soil in their areas.

  10. The South

  11. Sweedish immigrants came to this area.

  12. The Great Lakes

  13. Education, Prison Reform, Temperance and Environmental Reform. Which of these was not a reform movement?

  14. Environmental Reform

  15. The right to own property, better educational opportunities and the right to vote were all goals of what movement?

  16. Women’s Rights

  17. John Brown was associated with what movement?

  18. Abolition

  19. Henry David Thoreau was active in what?

  20. Civil Disobedience

  21. The Fugitive Slave Act makes you think of what novel?

  22. Uncle Toms Cabin

  23. What led to cotton becoming more profitable and an increase in the demand for slave lobor.

  24. The Cotton Gin

  25. Development of factories during the 1800’s contributed to this.

  26. The Rapid Growth of Cities

  27. The increase in manufacturing ability of American factories can be contributed to this idea developed by Eli Whitney.

  28. Interchangeable Parts

  29. Limited government involvement, private ownership of business and supply and demand are characteristics of this.

  30. Free Enterprise

  31. The beginning of the Industrial Revolution in America is contributed to this conflict.

  32. The War of 1812

  33. President of the Confederacy

  34. Jefferson Davis

  35. He was the leader of the Confederate Army.

  36. Robert E. Lee

  37. Leader of the Union Army.

  38. Ulysses S. Grant

  39. Statement that declared all slaves under Confederate control were free.

  40. Emancipation Proclamation