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Jeopardy. Hosted by Mrs. West. Vocabulary. Impacts. More Vocab. Facts. 100. 100. 100. 100. 200. 200. 200. 200. 300. 300. 300. 300. 400. 400. 400. 400. 500. 500. 500. 500. Row 1, Col 1. A. abolitionist. This type person works to end slavery. 1,2. justice.

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hosted by mrs west

Jeopardy

Hosted

by

Mrs. West

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Vocabulary

Impacts

More Vocab

Facts

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Row 1, Col 1

A. abolitionist

This type person works to end slavery.

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1,2

justice

Frederick Douglass worked for

for all people. What word means “equal

treatment under the law”?

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1,3

prejudice

A strong feeling or opinion

formed unfairly or without

knowing all the facts

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1,4

Maryland

Frederick Douglass was born in:

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2,1

conscience

An inner sense of right

and wrong

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2,2

The North Star

Frederick Douglass

wrote letters, gave speeches, and

published a newspaper fighting

for freedom. What was the name

of his newspaper?

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2,3

Underground Railroad

Secret network of people and hiding

places to help slaves escape to

freedom.

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2,4

sailor

Frederick Douglass dressed as a

to escape to freedom.

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3,1

civil rights

Rights protected by laws

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3,2

Liberty

Frederick Douglass’ speeches

were made to encourage

freedom for all people. Which

word means “freedom”?

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3,3

conductor

A person who helped people escape

to freedom on the Underground

Railroad

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3,4

Union

Which side of the Civil War did Frederick Douglass fight?

Confederate or Union?

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4,1

expression

the ability to speak or write

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4,2

slavery

Frederick Douglass escaped

, a cruel system

in which someone legally owns

or controls another person.

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4,3

freedom

Not being controlled by someone

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4,4

1818

What year was Frederick

Douglass born?

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5,1

enslaved

Forced to work without pay

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5,2

autobiography

Frederick Douglass wrote a

book about himself that put

him in danger of being

caught. What is a book written

About yourself called?

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5,3

rights

Freedoms protected by a

country’s laws

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5,4

Read and Write

Frederick Douglass’ master’s

wife taught him to: