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THIS. IS. Jeopardy. Your. With. Host. Mrs.Miness. Final Jeopard-E. Jeopardy. The North And the South. Battles. Pot Luck. Quotes. Vocabulary. People. 100. 100. 100. 100. 100. 100. 200. 200. 200. 200. 200. 200. 300. 300. 300. 300. 300. 300. 400. 400. 400. 400.

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THIS

IS

Jeopardy


Your

With

Host...

Mrs.Miness


Final Jeopard-E

Jeopardy

The North

And the

South

Battles

Pot Luck

Quotes

Vocabulary

People

100

100

100

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200

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300

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To set free

Vocabulary

100


What is

emancipate?

Vocabulary

100



What is a draft?

Vocabulary

200



What is friendly fire?

Vocabulary

300



What is a civilian?

Vocabulary

400



What is “total war?”

Vocabulary

500







Who was President Lincoln? have died in vain”

People

300



Who was Stonewall Jackson? of his own men

People

400



Who was John Wilkes Booth? of his own men

People

500



What is Fort Sumter, South Carolina? of his own men

Battles

100



What was Gettysburg? of his own men

Battles

200



What is Shiloh? of his own men

Battles

300


DAILY DOUBLE of his own men

DAILY DOUBLE

Extra 400 Points

Battles

400



What was Vicksburg? Mississippi River

Battles

400



What was Fort Wagner? Mississippi River

Battles

500



Who was Abraham Lincoln? Mississippi River

Quotes

100



Who was Robert E. Lee? Mississippi River

Quotes

200


“The rebels are our countrymen again…” Mississippi River

Quotes

300


Who was Ulysses S. Grant? Mississippi River

Quotes

300


“Leave nothing to invite the enemy to return. Destroy whatever cannot be consumed”

Quotes

400


Who was General Sherman? whatever cannot be consumed”

Quotes

400


“It is the right of the people to alter or abolish a government that denies the rights of its citizens…”

Quotes

500


Who is Jefferson Davis? government that denies the rights of its citizens…”

Quotes

500


Three “names” for The South government that denies the rights of its citizens…”

North and South

100




What were: capturing Richmond, controlling the Mississippi River, and blockading Southern ports?

North and South

200




The “type” of war The South had to fight Virginia , too)

North and South

400


What was a defensive war? Virginia , too)

North and South

400



What was Pennsylvania? Virginia , too)

North and South

500


The two ironclads Virginia , too)

Pot Luck

100


What were The Monitor and The Merrimac? Virginia , too)

Pot Luck

100


The date on which “emancipation” began Virginia , too)

Pot Luck

200


What was January 1, 1863? Virginia , too)

Pot Luck

200


The specific sight of The South’s surrender Virginia , too)

Pot Luck

300


What was Appomattox Courthouse? Virginia , too)

Pot Luck

300



What was 620,000? Virginia , too)

Pot Luck

400


The first Black Virginia , too)

unit in The Civil War

Pot Luck

500


What was The Massachusets 54 Virginia , too) th?

Pot Luck

500


The Final Jeopardy Category is: Virginia , too)

Civil War Geography

Please record your wager.

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What three Confederate states were located west of the Mississippi River?

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What were Texas, Arkansas, and Louisiana? Mississippi River?

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Thank You for Playing Jeopardy! Mississippi River?

Good luck on tomorrow’s Test!


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