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THIS. IS. JEOPARDY. Ellis Island. Booming Cities. Immigrants. City Life. Education. Culture. 200. 200. 200. 200. 200. 200. 400. 400. 400. 400. 400. 400. 600. 600. 600. 600. 600. 600. 800. 800. 800. 800. 800. 800. 1000. 1000. 1000. 1000. 1000. 1000.

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THIS

IS

JEOPARDY


Ellis

Island

Booming Cities

Immigrants

City Life

Education

Culture

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The term used when talking about reasons why people were forced out of their countries and chose to immigrate to the US

A 100





The Ellis Island of the West Coast ship on their way to America

A 500


The movement of the population from farms to cities ship on their way to America

B 100


This was the primary cause for the growth of ship on their way to America

cities in the 19th and 20th Centuries

B 200


A place were 4-5 families lived ship on their way to America

B 300







DAILY DOUBLE areas of cities

DAILY DOUBLE

Place A Wager

C 400


Lively, rhythmic sounds areas of cities

C 400





D 300 acrobats













This group was responsible for ruling on the final attempts to stay in America after rejection.

F 500


The Final Jeopardy Category is: to stay in America after rejection.

Impacts.

Please record your wager.


Thank You for Playing Jeopardy! to stay in America after rejection.


Push Factor to stay in America after rejection.

A 100


Pull Factors to stay in America after rejection.

A 200


Pogroms to stay in America after rejection.

A 300


Steerage to stay in America after rejection.

A 400


San Angel Island to stay in America after rejection.

A 500


Urbanization to stay in America after rejection.

B 100


Industrialization to stay in America after rejection.

B 200


Tenements to stay in America after rejection.

B 300


Slums to stay in America after rejection.

B 400


The Hull House to stay in America after rejection.

B 500


Skyscrapers to stay in America after rejection.

C 100


Public transportation to stay in America after rejection.

C 200


Yellow Journalism to stay in America after rejection.

C 300


Ragtime to stay in America after rejection.

C 400


Vaudeville to stay in America after rejection.

C 500


Child Labor Laws to stay in America after rejection.

D 100


Schools or settlement houses to stay in America after rejection.

D 200


Henry Tanner to stay in America after rejection.

D 300


Newspapers to stay in America after rejection.

D 400


Dime Novels to stay in America after rejection.

D 500


Mark Twain to stay in America after rejection.

E 100


Local color to stay in America after rejection.

E 200


Realists to stay in America after rejection.

E 300


James Naismith to stay in America after rejection.

E 400


Football to stay in America after rejection.

E 500


Northern and Western Europe to stay in America after rejection.

E 100


Eastern and Southern Europe to stay in America after rejection.

E 200


Ethnic group to stay in America after rejection.

E 300


Assimilation to stay in America after rejection.

E 400


Board of Inquiry to stay in America after rejection.

E 500


E 500 to stay in America after rejection.


DAILY DOUBLE to stay in America after rejection.

DAILY DOUBLE

Place A Wager

C 400


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