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U.S. History Jeopardy #3. Say You Want A Revolution. The 1850s. The Civil War. Reformers. Immigration. 200. 200. 200. 200. 200. 400. 400. 400. 400. 400. 600. 600. 600. 600. 600. 800. 800. 800. 800. 800. 1000. 1000. 1000. 1000. 1000. Final Jeopardy.

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u s history jeopardy 3
U.S. History Jeopardy #3

Say You Want A Revolution

The 1850s

The Civil War

Reformers

Immigration

200

200

200

200

200

400

400

400

400

400

600

600

600

600

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1000

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1000

Final Jeopardy

final jeopardy
In the 1840s William Lloyd Garrison began publishing this abolitionist publication that called for the “immediate and uncompensated emancipation of the slaves” in the U.S.

What is the Liberator?

FINAL JEOPARDY
a 200
European nation that provided much of the financial backing and military strength for the Patriot cause

What is France?

A-200
a 400
This Revenue Act of Parliament brought the colonists and Britain to the brink of war in 1765

What is the Stamp Act?

A-400
a 800
The 1st shots of the Revolution were fired here

Where is Lexington, MA

A-800

DAILY DOUBLE

a 1000
This pamphlet helped fan the flames of the Patriot cause e compromise solution to slavery in the territories which allowed voters in the territory to decide the issue for themselves

What is “Common Sense”?

A-1000
b 200
This U.S. Supreme Court case upheld the rights of slave owners over slaves

What is Scott v. Sandford or the Dred Scott case?

B-200
b 400
Harriet Stowe’s influential novel that turned many in the North and in Europe against the Confederacy

What is Uncle Tom’s Cabin?

B-400
b 600
This provision of the Compromise of 1850 was a concession to the South that in the long run galvanized more support for war in the North

What is the Fugitive Slave Act?

B-600
b 800
This radical abolitionist touched off the violence in “Bleeding Kansas” with the murder of pro-slavery forces in Potowatamee, Kansas

Who is John Brown?

B-800
b 1000
Which political party of the 1850s opposed the spread of slavery into the territories of the American West

What is the Republican party?

B-1000
c 400
This Union strategy crippled the economy of the Confederacy by virtually cutting off the export of cotton to Europe

What is a blockade?

C-400

DAILY DOUBLE

c 600
A strategic advantage for the Confederacy during the war was the fact that many generals from this military school sided with the Confederacy

What is West Point?

C-600
c 800
This early Virginian battle of the war proved to both sides that the war would be a long and hard struggle

What is the Battle of Bull Run or Manassas?

C-800
c 1000
President Lincoln suspended this important legal protection during the war to detain opponents of the war without charges

What is a writ of habeas corpus?

C-1000
d 200
The reform movement of the early 1800s that overshadowed the temperance movement and the women’s rights movement

What is the abolition movement?

D-200
d 400
Influential African American woman who was a key supporter of women’s rights as well as the abolition movement

Who is Sojourner Truth?

D-400
d 600
Northern intellectuals who believed in the presence of God in nature; self-reliance and civil disobedience

Who are the Transcendentalists?

D-600
d 800
This community of reformers were known for their simple living and sexual abstinence

Who are the Shakers?

D-800
d 1000
The reform movement frequently opposed by immigrants, farmers, teamsters and bartenders

What is Temperance or Prohibition?

D-1000
e 400
This German immigrant group practices non-violence and is opposed to the use of modern conveniences and technologies

Who are the Amish?

E-400
e 600
This patriotic sounding organization emerged in the US in the mid 1800s that advocated severe restrictions on immigration; they later became known as the “Know-nothings”

What is the “Order of the Star Spangled Banner”?

E-600
e 800
The term given by historians to describe the immigrants who entered America before the Civil War – they were comprised mainly of Northern and Western Europeans

Who are the Old Immigrants?

E-800
e 1000
This immigrant group staged violent riots in NY City during the Civil War to protest what they considered an unfair draft into an unjust war

Who are the Irish?

E-1000
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