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  1. VS 4a-d English Colonization Jeopardy Challenge By, Jennifer Sagendorf Instructional Technology Resource Teacher Suffolk Public Schools

  2. Agriculture Immigration 1 Immigration 2 The Capital Economics 100 100 100 100 100 200 200 200 200 200 300 300 300 300 300 400 400 400 400 400 500 500 500 500 500

  3. A crop that is grown to sell for money rather than for use by the growers

  4. What is a cash crop ? Correct Incorrect

  5. Most profitable agricultural product

  6. What is tobacco ? Correct Incorrect

  7. The colony depended on agriculture as its primary source of this

  8. What is wealth or money? Correct Incorrect

  9. Large numbers of Africans that were brought to the colony against their will to work on plantations

  10. What are slaves? Correct Incorrect

  11. The agriculture of the Virginia colony became dependent on this

  12. What is slave labor? Correct Incorrect

  13. Settled primarily in the Tidewater and Piedmont regions

  14. Who were the English and Africans? Correct Incorrect

  15. Settled Primarily in the Shenandoah Valley

  16. Who were the Germans and Scotch-Irish? Correct Incorrect

  17. Richmond - English and Roanoke - Native American

  18. What are place names reflecting culture Correct Incorrect

  19. Barns • Homes • Places of • worship

  20. What are examples of cultural landscapes? Correct Incorrect

  21. These 3 things are reflected in the cultural landscape of the people living in an area

  22. What are beliefs, customs, and architecture? Correct Incorrect

  23. Were primarily in the Tidewater and Piedmont regions and the Appalachian Plateau (where their traditional homelands were located)

  24. Who were the American Indians (First Americans)? Correct Incorrect

  25. People who come to another country to live

  26. Who are immigrants? Correct Incorrect

  27. Cultural groups reflected in the Virginia regions

  28. Who were the Native Americans, the Africans, and the Europeans? Correct Incorrect

  29. People adapt this to their new environments as a result of migration and living in new areas

  30. What are old customs? Correct Incorrect

  31. Although a colony of England, Virginia developed this in a unique way from that of England

  32. What is culture? Correct Incorrect

  33. Often influence the location of a capital

  34. What are geographical factors? Correct Incorrect

  35. Original location of Virginia’s capital

  36. What was Jamestown? Correct Incorrect

  37. From Jamestown to Williamsburg and from Williamsburg to Richmond

  38. What is the movement of the Virginia capital? Correct Incorrect

  39. Contaminated drinking water • Low elevation of Jamestown • Fire destroyed buildings • at Jamestown • Dirty conditions caused disease

  40. What are reasons to move the capital from Jamestown to Williamsburg? Correct Incorrect

  41. Population was moving • westward • Richmond was a more • central location • Richmond’s location was • better for trade • Richmond increased the • distance from attack by • the English

  42. What are reasons to move the capital from Williamsburg to Richmond Correct Incorrect

  43. This was not commonly used in early agricultural societies.

  44. What is money? Correct Incorrect

  45. Farmers could use this to buy goods and services and then pay when their crops were harvested and sold

  46. What is credit? Correct Incorrect

  47. Few people had paper money and coins, so there were none of these in Colonial Virginia

  48. What is a Bank? Correct Incorrect

  49. Farmers often used this to pay for goods and services.

  50. What is tobacco? (Crops will also be accepted as a correct response.) Correct Incorrect