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Welcome! The Topic For Today Is…. Your Topic. America Grows Up: 200. Theory that a country’s ultimate goal was self-sufficiency and that all countries were in a competition to acquire the most gold and silver Mercantilism. Back. America Grows Up: 400. Question:

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welcome the topic for today is
Welcome!

The Topic For Today Is…

america grows up 200
America Grows Up: 200

Theory that a country’s ultimate goal was self-sufficiency and that all countries were in a competition to acquire the most gold and silver

  • Mercantilism

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america grows up 400
America Grows Up: 400
  • Question:
  • Series of laws restricting colonial trade
  • Answer
  • Navigation Acts

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america grows up 600
America Grows Up: 600
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  • Policy in which England relaxed its enforcement of most regulations in exchange for economic loyalty from the colonies
  • Salutary neglect

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america grows up 800
America Grows Up: 800
  • Question:

Name given to the bloodless overthrow of King James II in England.

  • Answer
  • The Glorious Revolution

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america grows up 1000
America Grows Up: 1000
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  • In every colony, this group paid the governor’s salary, giving them great power
  • Colonial assembly

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the north 200
The North: 200
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  • Movement that emphasized the value of reason
  • Answer
  • The Enlightenment

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the north 400
The North: 400
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  • Jonathan Edwards was a member of this movement in the North
  • Answer
  • The Great Awakening

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the north 600
The North: 600
  • Question:
  • The name of the town in which the witch trials took place in 1692
  • Salem, MA

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the north 800
The North: 800
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  • Why did the North have fewer slaves than the South?
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  • The economy in the North did not require as much labor

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the north 1000
The North: 1000
  • Question:
  • The two founding fathers mentioned in this chapter from the North
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  • John Adams and Benjamin Franklin

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the south 200
The South: 200
  • Question:
  • The voyage that brought Africans to North and South America
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  • The middle passage

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the south 400
The South: 400
  • Question:
  • Former slave who wrote the first slave narrative
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  • OlaudahEquiano

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the south 600
The South: 600
  • Slave rebellion in 1739 in Charleston, South Carolina
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  • The Stono Rebellion

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the south 800
The South: 800
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  • The South established these that were grown primarily for sale rather than for the farmer’s use
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  • Cash crop

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the south 1000
The South: 1000
  • Question:
  • Young Enlightenment thinker from Virginia who declared himself to be rather independent
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  • Thomas Jefferson

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fr indian war 200
Fr-Indian War: 200
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  • Young officer who “started” the French and Indian War, and had to surrender in his first battle (if at first, you don’t succeed…)
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  • George Washington

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fr indian war 400
Fr-Indian War: 400
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  • Native Americans fought for them during the war
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  • France AND Great Britain

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fr indian war 600
Fr-Indian War : 600
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The Proclamation of 1763 banned all settlement here

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  • West of the Appalachian Mountains

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fr indian war 800
Fr-Indian War: 800
  • Question:
  • The Sugar Act of 1764 was established by Britain to stop this
  • The smuggling of goods into the country

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fr indian war 1000
Fr-Indian War: 1000
  • Question:
  • During the war named after this chief, blankets infected with smallpox were given to Native Americans by the British
  • Answer
  • Pontiac

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final jeopardy
Final Jeopardy
  • Question:
  • The name of Ben Franklin’s book of sayings included gems like, “A penny saved is a penny earned.”, “Three may keep a secret, if two of them are dead.” , and “Early to bed, early to rise, makes a man healthy, wealthy and wise”
  • Answer
  • Poor Richard’s Almanac

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daily double

Daily Double

The Winner Of The Last Round

Write Down How Much Money

You Are Willing To Risk

If You get the Question write you win that money

If you get it wrong you Loss the money!

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Daily Double

The Winner Of The Last Round

Write Down How Much Money

You Are Willing To Risk

If You get the Question write you win that money

If you get it wrong you Loss the money!