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  1. Washington State Jeopardy

  2. Rules • Answers MUST be in the form of a question • Team with the highest point total selects the question • Teams MUST raise their hands to answer a question • The team with the most points at the end of the game wins • If you don’t know an answer, check the book

  3. Categories

  4. Statehood for 100 • In order to become a state, Washington needed a population of people. • 60,000

  5. Statehood for 200 • Washington granted women in 1910, a decade before the 19th amendment was passed. • Suffrage

  6. Statehood for 300 • This man served as the first territorial governor of Washington. • Isaac Stevens

  7. Statehood for 400 • A tax system in which people pay a higher percentage of their income as taxes the more they make is known as a income tax. • graduated

  8. Statehood for 500 • Hiram Gill, the mayor of Seattle, was removed from office for corruption in the early 1900s by the use of a process known as . • recall

  9. Native Americans for 100 • Native American Children were often sent to these in order to be taught how to assimilate into white society. • Indian Boarding Schools

  10. Native Americans for 200 • The were a series of 14 documents which established many of the Native American Reservations in Washington. • Stevens Treaties

  11. Native Americans for 300 • The Nez Perce and Yakama Wars started because white settlers trespassed onto Native Reservations searching for . • Gold

  12. Native Americans for 400 • This Nez Perce leader famously said that he “would fight no more, forever” after he was surrounded by the U.S. Army just south of the Canadian border. • Chief Joseph

  13. Native Americans for 500 • The act of intentionally killing a group of people with the intent to exterminate them is known as . • Genocide

  14. The Gilded Age/Progressive Erafor 100 • When a single individual or company has total control of an industry, it is known as having a . • Monopoly

  15. The Gilded Age/Progressive Erafor 200 • The 18th Amendment attempted to solve many societal problems by banning the production and sale of this product. • Alcohol

  16. The Gilded Age/Progressive Erafor 300 • List the three main things that workers unionized to improve. • Better pay, shorter hours, safer working conditions

  17. The Gilded Age/Progressive Erafor 400 • The IWW was a union which accepted all workers and earned a poor reputation for being willing to sabotage property. They were commonly known as the . • Wobblies

  18. The Gilded Age/Progressive Erafor 500 • A universal fire safety code was implemented after a disastrous fire at the . • Triangle Shirtwaist Factory

  19. Depression/WWII for 100 • Plutonium for the atom bomb was refined at this location in Eastern Washington • Hanford

  20. Depression/WWII for 200 • Named for the depression-era president, these shanty towns popped up all over the United States during the 1930s. • Hoovervilles

  21. WWII for 300 • The forced relocation of Japanese Americans to camps across the western United States was known as . • Internment

  22. Depression/WWII for 400 • The program designed by FDR to get Americans back to work following the Great Depression was collectively known as . • The New Deal

  23. WWII for 500 • This document authorized the internment of 120,000 Japanese American Citizens in violation of their 14th and 5th Amendment rights. • Executive Order 9066

  24. Grab Bag for 100 • This Washington company produced B-17 and B-29 bombers to combat Germany and Japan. • Boeing

  25. Grab Bag for 200 • Voters can propose a law directly to a ballot by this process. • Initiative

  26. Grab Bag for 300 • This system allowed politicians to use their power and influence in order to secure votes. • The Spoils System

  27. Grab Bag for 400 • This law allowed for the creation of Native American Boarding Schools and allowed Natives to become citizens if they gave up all ties to their tribe. • The Dawes Act

  28. Grab Bag for 500 • Dorthea Lange was a photojournalist who captured images of this event, in which thousands of people headed west due to extreme weather hazards. • The Dust Bowl

  29. Final Jeopardy • This individual filed a lawsuit against the United States, arguing that Japanese Internment was unconstitutional. • Fred Korematsu