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Colonial Times 5 10 15 20 25 Rebellion 5 10 15 20 25 Civil

Colonial Times 5 10 15 20 25 Rebellion 5 10 15 20 25 Civil War 5 10 15 20 25 Acts and Cases 5 10 15 20 25 People 5 10 15 20 25 Team One Team Three Team Five Team Two Team Four Team Six

Colonial Times Question for 5 Points Economic theory that England supported where raw materials

Colonial Times Question for 5 Points Economic theory that England supported where raw materials should be shipped in from their colonies to be turned around and manufactured by GBR. Show Answer

Colonial Times Answer for 5 Points Mercantilism Back to Board

Colonial Times Answer for 5 Points Mercantilism Back to Board

Colonial Times Question for 10 Points One leg of the triangular trade; term also

Colonial Times Question for 10 Points One leg of the triangular trade; term also used to refer to the forced transport of slaves from Africa to the Americas. Show Answer

Colonial Times Answer for 10 Points Middle Passage Back to Board

Colonial Times Answer for 10 Points Middle Passage Back to Board

Colonial Times Question for 15 Points Name for the group of men that wanted

Colonial Times Question for 15 Points Name for the group of men that wanted to start a colony in the new world – first governing body of this new colony. Show Answer

Colonial Times Answer for 15 Points Virginia Company Back to Board

Colonial Times Answer for 15 Points Virginia Company Back to Board

Colonial Times Question for 20 Points Religious revival in the American colonies during the

Colonial Times Question for 20 Points Religious revival in the American colonies during the 1730’s and 1740’s Show Answer

Colonial Times Answer for 20 Points Great Awakening Back to Board

Colonial Times Answer for 20 Points Great Awakening Back to Board

Colonial Times Question for 25 Points War beginning in 1675 between the English colonists

Colonial Times Question for 25 Points War beginning in 1675 between the English colonists and the Native Americans Show Answer

Colonial Times Answer for 25 Points King Phillip’s War Back to Board

Colonial Times Answer for 25 Points King Phillip’s War Back to Board

Rebellion Question for 5 Points A group of patriotic Americans (colonists) who thought the

Rebellion Question for 5 Points A group of patriotic Americans (colonists) who thought the British were being un-just to the colonies Show Answer

Rebellion Answer for 5 Points Sons and Daughters of Liberty Back to Board

Rebellion Answer for 5 Points Sons and Daughters of Liberty Back to Board

Rebellion Question for 10 Points 1776 statement, issued by the 2 nd Continental Congress

Rebellion Question for 10 Points 1776 statement, issued by the 2 nd Continental Congress explaining why the colonies wanted to be free. Show Answer

Rebellion Answer for 10 Points Declaration of Independence Back to Board

Rebellion Answer for 10 Points Declaration of Independence Back to Board

Rebellion Question for 15 Points 1754 – 1763 war between France and Britain for

Rebellion Question for 15 Points 1754 – 1763 war between France and Britain for control of the lands west of the colonies. Show Answer

Rebellion Answer for 15 Points French and Indian War Back to Board

Rebellion Answer for 15 Points French and Indian War Back to Board

Rebellion Question for 20 Points A document that called the people to realize that

Rebellion Question for 20 Points A document that called the people to realize that they needed to be free – written by Thomas Payne. Show Answer

Rebellion Answer for 20 Points “Common Sense” Back to Board

Rebellion Answer for 20 Points “Common Sense” Back to Board

Rebellion Question for 25 Points Revolutionary War battle in 1781 in Virginia that ended

Rebellion Question for 25 Points Revolutionary War battle in 1781 in Virginia that ended in a decisive American Victory. Show Answer

Rebellion Answer for 25 Points Battle of Yorktown Back to Board

Rebellion Answer for 25 Points Battle of Yorktown Back to Board

Civil War Question for 5 Points The powers that the constitution neither gives to

Civil War Question for 5 Points The powers that the constitution neither gives to the federal government nor denies to the states. Show Answer

Civil War Answer for 5 Points States Rights Back to Board

Civil War Answer for 5 Points States Rights Back to Board

Civil War Question for 10 Points Policy of letting the people in a territory

Civil War Question for 10 Points Policy of letting the people in a territory decide whether slavery would be allowed there. Show Answer

Civil War Answer for 10 Points Popular Sovereignty Back to Board

Civil War Answer for 10 Points Popular Sovereignty Back to Board

Civil War Question for 15 Points The name given a raid of Harpers Ferry.

Civil War Question for 15 Points The name given a raid of Harpers Ferry. Show Answer

Civil War Answer for 15 Points John Brown’s Raid Back to Board

Civil War Answer for 15 Points John Brown’s Raid Back to Board

Civil War Question for 20 Points Bloodiest single day of the Civil War –

Civil War Question for 20 Points Bloodiest single day of the Civil War – it halted the Confederacy’s advance to the north. Show Answer

Civil War Answer for 20 Points Antietam Back to Board

Civil War Answer for 20 Points Antietam Back to Board

Civil War Question for 25 Points The Union (north) cut off supplies to this

Civil War Question for 25 Points The Union (north) cut off supplies to this town for 2 months – it finally surrendered giving the Union complete control of the Mississippi River Show Answer

Civil War Answer for 25 Points Vicksburg Back to Board

Civil War Answer for 25 Points Vicksburg Back to Board

Acts and Cases Question for 5 Points A tax imposed in 1765 by the

Acts and Cases Question for 5 Points A tax imposed in 1765 by the British taxing newspaper, legal documents, and other printed materials in the colonies. Show Answer

Acts and Cases Answer for 5 Points Stamp Act Back to Board

Acts and Cases Answer for 5 Points Stamp Act Back to Board

Acts and Cases Question for 10 Points Treaty that ended the American Revolution (1783)

Acts and Cases Question for 10 Points Treaty that ended the American Revolution (1783) and the French and Indian War (1763). Show Answer

Acts and Cases Answer for 10 Points Treaty of Paris Back to Board

Acts and Cases Answer for 10 Points Treaty of Paris Back to Board

Acts and Cases Question for 15 Points 1820 agreement calling for the admission of

Acts and Cases Question for 15 Points 1820 agreement calling for the admission of Missouri as a slave state and Maine as a free state – outlawing slavery north of the 36 Latitude mark Show Answer

Acts and Cases Answer for 15 Points Missouri Compromise Back to Board

Acts and Cases Answer for 15 Points Missouri Compromise Back to Board

Acts and Cases Question for 20 Points 1854 law that called for the creation

Acts and Cases Question for 20 Points 1854 law that called for the creation of these two new territories… allowing citizens to choose if slavery should be allowed there. Show Answer

Acts and Cases Answer for 20 Points Kansas-Nebraska Act Back to Board

Acts and Cases Answer for 20 Points Kansas-Nebraska Act Back to Board

Acts and Cases Question for 25 Points Document by President Lincoln that freed the

Acts and Cases Question for 25 Points Document by President Lincoln that freed the slaves during the Civil War. Show Answer

Acts and Cases Answer for 25 Points Emancipation Proclamation Back to Board

Acts and Cases Answer for 25 Points Emancipation Proclamation Back to Board

People Question for 5 Points Colonial inventor, printer, writer, statesman – contributed to the

People Question for 5 Points Colonial inventor, printer, writer, statesman – contributed to the Declaration of Independence and Constitution Show Answer

People Answer for 5 Points Benjamin Franklin Back to Board

People Answer for 5 Points Benjamin Franklin Back to Board

People Question for 10 Points Union general in the Civil War; known for his

People Question for 10 Points Union general in the Civil War; known for his destructive march from Atlanta to Savannah in 1864 Show Answer

People Answer for 10 Points William T. Sherman Back to Board

People Answer for 10 Points William T. Sherman Back to Board

People Question for 15 Points President of the Confederate States of America Show Answer

People Question for 15 Points President of the Confederate States of America Show Answer

People Answer for 15 Points Jefferson Davis Back to Board

People Answer for 15 Points Jefferson Davis Back to Board

People Question for 20 Points 18 th President of the US – commander of

People Question for 20 Points 18 th President of the US – commander of union forces who accepted Lee’s surrender in 1865 Show Answer

People Answer for 20 Points Ulysses S. Grant Back to Board

People Answer for 20 Points Ulysses S. Grant Back to Board

People Question for 25 Points Powerful chief of a Native American tribe – Pocahontas’

People Question for 25 Points Powerful chief of a Native American tribe – Pocahontas’ father. Show Answer

People Answer for 25 Points Powhatan Back to Board

People Answer for 25 Points Powhatan Back to Board

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“Big Points” 25 26 27 28 29 30 10 11 12 13 14 15

“Big Points” 25 26 27 28 29 30 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Question Argument that it was the undeniable fate of the United States to expand across North America Show Answer

Big Points Answer for Big Points Manifest Destiny Back to Board

Big Points Answer for Big Points Manifest Destiny Back to Board

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