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Southern                                    Civil    Recon-
           1850s I   1850s II   1850s III
 Slavery                                    War     struction


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Civil War Civil War                          Review
                    struction   struction               Misc.
    II     Events      Two        Three
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Final Jeopardy
Reconstruction
This caused the end
    of Military
  Reconstruction
    Southern Slavery - $100

This was the nickname the North
    gave to Southern slavery
   Southern Slavery - $200

This referred to the economy of
the South that centered around
        this certain crop
   Southern Slavery - $300

He led a slave revolt in Virginia
 in 1831which resulted in the
      deaths of 60 whites.
    Southern Slavery - $400

   This party was formed on a
 platform favoring the Wilmot
Proviso and free land for settlers.
They did not oppose slavery, just
       the spreading of it
    Southern Slavery - $500
This was a belief that slavery was
   evil. It gradually became a
  powerful movement against
 slavery during the antebellum
        years of America
        1850s I - $100

  This was Henry Clay’s last
compromise and it postponed the
    Civil War for 11 years.
  California’s admission and a
  stricter Fugitive Slave Law
         1850s I - $200
 These laws were passed in the
    North and inhibited the
 extradition of runaway slaves.
These were created in reaction to
    the Fugitive Slave Law.
         1850s I - $300

 This was a secret organization
  that was founded by Harriet
Tubman to help slaves flee to the
             North
         1850s I - $400
  This was a policy to acquire
Cuba as a slave state. It allowed
 the U.S. to seize Cuba if Spain
          did not sell it.
         1850s I - $500
 He was a very weak president
who supported the Compromise
 of 1850 and the Fugitive Slave
Law and tried to acquire Hawaii,
   Japan and Cuba during his
          presidency
        1850s II - $100

It allowed people of the territory
 to decide if they were going to
      legalize slavery or not
        1850s II - $200

 Northern and Southern forces
fought over the issue of slavery
  which resulted in bloodshed
       1850s II - $300

He beat Charles Sumner on the
floor of the Senate because he
   felt he was being insulted
          1850s II - $400
This was the constitution of the
   government of Kansas that
supported slavery. It stated that
  whether the constitution was
ratified or not, slavery would be
        allowed in Kansas
        1850s II - $500

 He was the Chief Justice of the
 Supreme Court just before the
Civil War. His decision on Dred
 Scott v Sanford made slavery
      legal in all of the U.S.
        1850s III - $100

 It was the first sectional party
whose platform was anti-slavery
        and pro business
       1850s III - $200
He was the senator from Illinois
who wrote the Kansas Nebraska
 Act and the Freeport Doctrine
       1850s III - $300

Hailed in the North as a martyr
and considered a lunatic in the
    South, he was a radical
          abolitionist
       1850s III - $400

Stephen Douglas’ argument that
 popular sovereignty should be
 used in new territories and the
   Dred Scott case was legal
         1850s III - $500
     He wrote the book The
  Impending Crisis which was
against slavery. He said the non-
 slave holding whites were the
ones who suffered the most from
             slavery
        Civil War - $100

     This was a U.S. fort in
Charleston, South Carolina which
 was the first battle of the Civil
               War
       Civil War - $200

He was the Confederate general
 that lead the south in the war
       Civil War - $300

This was the bloodiest battle of
the Civil War and was the first
  Union victory in the eastern
            theater
        Civil War - $400
 Lincoln’s failed attempt to free
slaves in rebellious states while
allowing slavery in border states
       Civil War - $500
 They were extreme Northern
 Democrats who believed the
Union could be united if slavery
      were not attacked
    Reconstruction - $100
   He became President after
Lincoln’s assassination and was
      disliked very much
     Reconstruction - $200

    It was the first attempt at
  Reconstruction by Congress
which provided for congressional
administration of Reconstruction
    Reconstruction - $300

It was a secret organization that
intimidated blacks from voting
  and dressed up in bed sheets
   Reconstruction - $400
  They were the Northern
Republicans who went to the
South to gain a quick political
  advancement and wealth
     Reconstruction - $500

This was the reconstruction plan
that Congress used for 10 years.
  It divided the South into five
 military districts that would be
         run by the army
          Civil War II- $200

First engagement ever between two iron-
   clad naval vessels. The two ships
   battled in a portion of the Chesapeake
   Bay known as Hampton Roads for five
   hours on March 9, 1862, ending in a
   draw.
      Civil War II- $400

This was the protesting of
  conscription into the
  Union army because the
  poor were drafted
  disproportionately
     Civil War II- $600

He was the President of
 the Confederate States
 of America
           Civil War II- $800

The bill offered a Constitutional
 amendment recognizing slavery in the
 territories south of the 36º30' line,
 noninterference by Congress with existing
 slavery, and compensation to the owners
 of fugitive slaves
            Civil War II- $1000
Lincoln suspended this writ, which states that a
  person cannot be arrested without probable cause
  and must be informed of the charges against him
  and be given an opportunity to challenge them.
  Throughout the war, thousands were arrested for
  disloyal acts. Although the U.S. Supreme Court
  eventually held the suspension edict to be
  unconstitutional, by the time the Court acted the
  Civil War was nearly over.
  Civil War Events - $200

This happened on
 April 14, 1865 which
 shocked the nation
  Civil War Events - $400

He shot Abraham
 Lincoln
    Civil War Events - $600

Delaware, Maryland,
  Kentucky and Missouri.
  They were slave states, but
  did not secede which were
  known as
       Civil War Events - $800

Site of the opening engagement of the
   Civil War. On December 20, 1860,
   South Carolina had seceded from
   the Union, and had demanded that
   all federal property in the state be
   surrendered to state authorities
    Civil War Events - $1000

These were the colorful
 nicknames of the North
 and South
  Reconstruction Two- $200

Republicans reviving the
 memory of southern
 Democratic disloyalty
 during the Civil War
   Reconstruction Two- $400

In order to win the election of
 1868, Republicans depend on
 the vote from
  Reconstruction Two- $600
By the end of
 Reconstruction, most
 blacks in the South work
 on farm as renter was
 known as
  Reconstruction Two- $800

This was the proposal to
  make freed slaves small-
  scale farmers that never
  transpired
  Reconstruction Two- $1000

This guaranteed equal
  protection under the law
  for every American
  citizen
  Reconstruction Three - $200

Lincoln’s plan provided for the
  restoration of the loyal
  governments for the erstwhile
  Confederate states now under
  Union control was known as
  Reconstruction Three - $400

Violating this act cause
 Andrew Johnson to be
 impeached and came within
 one vote of being removed
 from office
  Reconstruction Three - $600

In the early years of
   reconstruction, an important
   function of the _________ was
   for the protection of the
   economic rights of former
   slaves
  Reconstruction Three - $800

This refers to the proposal
  to make freed slaves
  small-scale farmers but
  the promise was never
  kept
   Reconstruction Three - $1000
When this piece of legislation was
  passed it meant that congress
  rather than the President would
  determine Reconstruction policies
  and it was the first major
  legislation that became law over a
  presidential veto
    Review Questions - $200

This set a boundary along the
  crest of the Appalachians
  beyond which the English
  colonists were forbidden to
  settle
       Review Questions - $400

In response to the Alien and Sedition Acts
   these took the position that the
   authority of state governments
   included the power to decide whether
   or not an act of Congress was
   constitutional
   Review Questions - $600

This was Jefferson’s hope to
  preserve an agricultural
  society by making abundant
  lands available to future
  generations
   Review Questions - $800

In his Essay, Resistance to
   Civil Government, Henry
   David Thoreau claimed that
   an individual should
  Review Questions - $1000

This event was significant
  because it issued a
  historic declaration of
  women’s rights
         Misc. - $200

Harriet Beecher Stowe’s novel
  which brought home the
  evils of slavery to many in
  the North was
        Misc. - $400

This court case ruled that a
  slave was private
  property even in a free
  territory
          Misc. - $600

After this event in 1831
  Southern states made it
  increasingly difficult for
  masters to free their slaves
  after
      Misc. - $800

Charles Sumner and
 Thaddeus Stevens were
 leaders of these
 congressmen
        Misc. - $1000

Many southern states passed
 these to control movement
 and provide a stable
 workforce for the
 plantations

				
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