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									       JACKSON JEOPARDY
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SECTIONALISM TRAGIC TRAIL   MYSTERY   ELECTIONS   T,T, and T



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    $300        $300        $300       $300        $300


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        Sectionalism $100
QUESTION:
Sectionalism followed this period that saw
 most people in agreement with no political
 parties (during Madison, and Monroe’s
 presidencies).
         Sectionalism $100
QUESTION:
Sectionalism followed this period that saw
 most people in agreement with no political
 parties (during Madison, and Monroe’s
 presidencies).

ANSWER:
Era of Good Feelings
        Sectionalism $200
QUESTION:
The South believed in _______ rights.
      Sectionalism            $200
QUESTION:
The South believed in _______ rights.

ANSWER:
 States
        $ Sectionalism          300
QUESTION:
The South wanted ______ trade to make it
 easier to import goods and ________ to
 bolster their workforce for the agriculture
 industry.
         Sectionalism $300
QUESTION:
The South wanted ______ trade to make it
 easier to import goods and ________ to
 bolster their workforce for the agriculture
 industry.

 ANSWER:
free; slavery
        Sectionalism $400
QUESTION:
The North wanted a _______ bank and
 ________ to protect american goods.
         Sectionalism $400
QUESTION:
The North wanted a _______ bank and
 ________ to protect American goods.

ANSWER:
National; tariffs
         Sectionalism $500
QUESTION:
This region was still attempting to find out
 what it believed in.
         Sectionalism $500
 QUESTION:
This region was still attempting to find out
  what it believed in.
 ANSWER:
The West
       Tragic Trail        $100
QUESTION:
This was passed in 1830 by Andrew
 Jackson to back a promise that he made
 to white settlers who wanted Native
 American Lands
         Tragic Trail $100
QUESTION:
This was passed in 1830 by Andrew
 Jackson to back a promise that he made
 to white settlers who wanted Native
 American Lands

 ANSWER:
Indian Removal Act
         Tragic Trail $200
QUESTION:
He was the leader of the Seminoles in their
 attempt to keep their land in Florida.
         Tragic Trail $200
 QUESTION:
He was the leader of the Seminoles in their
  attempt to keep their land in Florida.
 ANSWER:
              Osceola
         Tragic Trail      $300
QUESTION:
The path that saw thousands die on the
 Native American’s forced trip from Georgia
 to present day Oklahoma.
         Tragic Trail $300
 QUESTION:
The path that saw thousands die on the
  Native American’s forced trip from Georgia
  to present day Oklahoma.
 ANSWER:
Trail of Tears
         Tragic Trail $800
Question:
The case that the Cherokee took all the way
 to the supreme court to fight for their
 rights.
         Tragic Trail      $800
Question:
The case that the Cherokee took all the way
 to the supreme court to fight for their
 rights.

ANSWER:
Worcester vs. Georgia
         Tragic Trail $500
QUESTION:
The General that Jackson sent to remove
 the Cherokee from their native land and
 send them to Oklahoma.
         Tragic Trail $500
QUESTION:
The General that Jackson sent to remove
 the Cherokee from their native land and
 send them to Oklahoma.

 ANSWER:
“Old fuss and feathers” Winfield Scott
         Mystery                $100
 Question:
When a victorious candidate puts his
 supporters into political positions it is
 called.
            Mystery         $100
 Question:
When a victorious candidate puts his
 supporters into political positions it is
 called.

   ANSWER:
               spoils system
           Mystery       $200
Question:
This a system of separated channels that go
 up and down to aid the function of a canal.
            Mystery $200
Question:
This a system of separated channels that go
 up and down to aid the function of a canal.

   ANSWER:
              locks
           Mystery       $300
QUESTION:
South Carolina’s reactions to the 1828, and
 1832 “illegal tariffs” that the federal
 government had put in place.
               Mystery           $300
 QUESTION:
South Carolina’s reactions to the 1828, and 1832
  “illegal tariffs” that the federal government had
  put in place.

   ANSWER:
             Nullification Act; nullified the federal
    government’s tariff and threatened to secede if
    the government interfered.
           Mystery       $400
Question:
This allowed the President to use the United
 States military to enforce acts of
 Congress.
           Mystery       $400
 Question:
This allowed the President to use the United
  States military to enforce acts of
  Congress.
 ANSWER:
               The force bill
           Mystery         $500
QUESTION:
This idea called for a national bank,
 developing industry, and a protective tariff
 (proposed by Henry Clay).
            Mystery $500
 QUESTION:
This idea called for a national bank,
  developing industry, and a protective tariff
  (proposed by Henry Clay).
 ANSWER:
       The American System
         Elections        $100
QUESTION:
The 1828 election saw candidates begin to
 ruin their opponents reputation through….
          Elections $100
QUESTION:
The 1828 election saw candidates begin to
 ruin their opponents reputation through.

   ANSWER:
              mudslinging
           Elections        $200
QUESTION:
The two political parties that existed in the
 1828 election.
            Elections $200
QUESTION:
The two political parties that existed in the
 1828 election.

   ANSWER:
        Democratic Republicans
        National Republicans
           Elections $300
QUESTION:
These four people ran in the 1824 election.
           Elections $300
QUESTION:
These four people ran in the 1824 election.

   ANSWER:
              Henry Clay
              Andrew Jackson
              John Quincy Adams
              William Crawford
          Elections       $400
QUESTION:
These gatherings replaced caucuses
 allowing more people to aid in selecting
 candidates -
           Elections $400
QUESTION:
These gatherings replaced caucuses
 allowing more people to aid in selecting
 candidates -

   ANSWERS:
           National Conventions
          Elections $500
QUESTION:
Who won the 1824 Election and why?
             Elections       $500
QUESTION:
Who won the 1824 Election and why?

   ANSWER:
      John Quincy Adams; Henry Clay
    swayed his followers to vote for him so he
    would be named Secretary of State
    Travel, Technology and Treaties
                 $100
QUESTION:
Roads made out of logs lined up next to
 each other making it very bumpy for
 passengers were called this.
    Travel, Technology and Treaties
                 $100
QUESTION:
Roads made out of logs lined up next to
 each other making it very bumpy for
 passengers were called this.

   ANSWER:
              Corduroy Roads
    Travel, Technology and Treaties
                 $400
 QUESTION:
_________ invented the _________ making
  it possible for one man to do the work of
  fifty when cleaning cotton.
    Travel, Technology and Treaties
                 $400
 QUESTION:
_________ invented the _________ making
  it possible for one man to do the work of
  fifty when cleaning cotton.

   ANSWER:
              Eli Whitney; cotton gin
    Travel, Technology and Treaties
                 $300
QUESTION:
Chartered in 1816 to make large loans to
 businesses and establish national
 currency.
    Travel, Technology and Treaties
                 $300
 QUESTION:
Chartered in 1816 to make large loans to
  businesses and establish national
  currency.
 ANSWER:
  The Second National Bank of the United
  States
    Travel, Technology and Treaties
                 $400
QUESTION:
Roads that people paid to use.
    Travel, Technology and Treaties
                 $400
QUESTION:
Roads that people paid to use.

   ANSWER:
              Toll Roads
    Travel, Technology and Treaties
                 $500
QUESTION:
This was built to carry cargo from the
 Hudson river to the Great Lakes and ran
 through Syracuse, and Rochester, N.Y.
    Travel, Technology and Treaties
                 $500
QUESTION:
This was built to carry cargo from the
 Hudson river to the Great Lakes and ran
 through Syracuse, and Rochester, N.Y

   ANSWER:
              The Erie Canal
Famous    Sectionalism   Mystery   T,T, and T   Rights
 People


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 $600        $600        $600        $600       $600


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$1000       $1000        $1000      $1000       $1000
      Famous People $200
QUESTION:
He was the 5th president of the United
 States.
       Famous People $200
QUESTION:
He was the 5th president of the United
 States.

   ANSWER:
          James Monroe
       Famous People $400
Question:
Sauk chieftain who attempted to move his
 people back to their native land in Illinois.
        Famous People $400
 Question:
Sauk chieftain who attempted to move his
  people back to their native land in Illinois.
 Answer:
               Black Hawk
      Famous People $600
Question:
He was the National Bank president when
 Jackson vetoes its renewal.
        Famous People $600
Question:
He was the National Bank president when
 Jackson vetoes its renewal.

   Answer:
              Nicholas Biddle
      Famous People $1600
Question:
This president took office, and died four
 weeks later of Pneumonia, and was
 replaced by this individual.
      Famous People $1600
Question:
This president took office, and died four
 weeks later of Pneumonia, and was
 replaced by this individual.

Answer:
William Henry Harrison; John Tyler
     Famous People             $1000
Question:
Two months after this president took office
 in 1837, this happened?
     Famous People             $1000
Question:
Two months after this president took office
 in 1837, this happened?

Answer:
Martin Van Buren ; Panic of 1837
       Sectionalism $200
Question:
The Missouri Compromise was also known
 as ________________.
       Sectionalism $200
.
 Question:
The Missouri Compromise was also known
  as ________________.
 Answer:
          The Compromise of 1820
        Sectionalism        $400
Question:
This individual opposed high tariffs and
 nationalist programs. A big supporter of
 the South
        Sectionalism         $400
 Question:
This individual opposed high tariffs and
  nationalist programs. A big supporter of
  the South
 Answer:
           John C. Calhoun
        Sectionalism        $600
Question:
This person represented Kentucky, the
 West, and was known as “The Great
 Compromiser”.
         Sectionalism       $600
Question:
This person represented Kentucky, the
 West, and was known as “The Great
 Compromiser”.

   Answer:
              Henry Clay
       Sectionalism $800
Question:
This person from Massachusetts pushed for
 the Tariff of 1816 to be passed, and
 preferred national strength over state
 strength.
        Sectionalism         $800
 Question:
This person from Massachusetts pushed
  for the Tariff of 1816 to be passed, and
  preferred national strength over state
  strength.
 Answer:
             Daniel Webster
       Sectionalism $1000
Question:
How did the Missouri Compromise add to
 Sectionalism?
        Sectionalism $1000
 Question:
How did the Missouri Compromise add to
  Sectionalism?
 Answer:
           It forced new states to follow the
  culture of a northern or southern state by
  allowing slavery or not.
           Mystery $200
Question:
Name given to the space Native Americans
 were moved to (present day Oklahoma).
                Mystery $200
Question:
Name given to the space Native Americans
 were moved to (present day Oklahoma).

   Answer:
              Indian Territory
         Mystery       $400
Question:
The people who helped Jackson that
 didn’t have “real positions” in the
 government
           Mystery      $400
Question:
The people who helped Jackson that
 didn’t have “real positions” in the
 government

   Answer:
          Kitchen Cabinet
          Mystery        $1200
Question:
He was Andrew Jackson’s vice president
 who resigned to return to congress
 because he felt he had more power to
 push for states rights in that position.
          Mystery         $1200
 Question:
He was Andrew Jackson’s vice president
  who resigned to return to congress
  because he felt he had more power to
  push for states rights in that position.
 Answer:
                John C. Calhoun
         Mystery         $800
Question:
Who was happy with the Tariff of 1828 and
 Why?
          Mystery         $800
Question:
Who was happy with the Tariff of 1828 and
 Why?

Answer:
Northern Manufactures; it made their goods
 cheaper that the European ones
         Mystery         $1000
Question:
Who was not happy with the Tariff of 1828?
 Why? What did they do in response?
         Mystery         $1000
 Question:
Who was not happy with the Tariff of 1828?
  Why?
 Answer:
          The South; It made European
  goods more expensive which would give
  them less goods in trade with Europe;
    Travel, Technology and Treaties
                 $200
Question:
He brought British secrets about spinning
 cotton into thread to America helping the
 start of the industrial revolution.
    Travel, Technology and Treaties
                 $200
Question:
He brought British secrets about spinning
 cotton into thread to America helping the
 start of the industrial revolution.

   Answer:
              Samuel Slater
    Travel, Technology and Treaties
                 $400
Question:
________ ________ housed many female
 workers who helped the textile industry
 soar in New England.
    Travel, Technology and Treaties
                 $400
 Question:
________ ________ housed many female
  workers who helped the textile industry
  soar in New England.
 Answer:
           Lowell’s Mills
    Travel, Technology and Treaties
                 $600
Question:
This meeting established the line between
 the U.S. and Britain at the 49th parallel.
    Travel, Technology and Treaties
                 $600
Question:
This meeting established the line between
 the U.S. and Britain at the 49th parallel.

   Answer:
              The Convention of 1818
    Travel, Technology and Treaties
                 $800
Question:
This was a treaty that separated the U.S.
 and Spain by the 42nd parallel.
    Travel, Technology and Treaties
                 $800
Question:
This was a treaty that separated the U.S.
 and Spain by the 42nd parallel.

Answer:
Adams-Onis Treaty
    Travel, Technology and Treaties
                $1000
Question:
This meeting established the line between
 the United States, and British Colonies as
 the 49th parallel.
    Travel, Technology and Treaties
                $1000
 Question:
This meeting established the line between
  the United States, and British Colonies as
  the 49th parallel.
 Answer:
           The Rush Bagot Treaty
           Change $200
Question:
When changes were made in the
way goods were made many ideas
started in ___________ and moved to
________________.
            Change     $200
Question:
When changes were made in the way
goods were made many ideas started in
___________ and moved to
________________.

ANSWER:
            Britain; The United States
            Change         $400
 Question:
After the Electoral College didn’t produce a
  majority winner in the election of 1824, this
  group elected John Quincy Adams as
  president.
            Change         $400
 Question:
After the Electoral College didn’t produce a
  majority winner in the election of 1824, this
  group elected John Quincy Adams as
  president.
 ANSWER: House of Representatives
          Change      $600
QUESTION:
This ruling said a state had no right
to tax the federal bank, which
strengthened the federal
government.
         Change      $600
QUESTION:
This ruling said a state had no right
to tax the federal bank, which
strengthened the federal
government.

ANSWER:
      McCulloch vs. Maryland
            Change       $800
   .
    Question:
    The right to vote, or ______________
    was given to almost 80% of white
    men by 1840, but not _________ or
    ___________- Americans.
           Change       $800

Question:
The right to vote, or ______________ was
given to almost 80% of white men by 1840,
but not _________ or ___________-
Americans.

ANSWER:
  sufferage; women; African
Americans
     Change $1000
QUESTION:
 What are three reasons why
the Erie Canal were so
important?
         Change       $1000
QUESTION:
What are three reasons why the Erie
 Canal were so important?

ANSWER:
1)Faster; Cheaper movement of
  goods (Water carries more)
2)New Towns (Pop Grows) near
  canal
3)Connects West (People; Info Fast)
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  Final
Jeopardy!
   Final Jeopardy Question
 What are the positives and
 negatives of two forms of
 transportation?
     Final Jeopardy Question
 What  are the positives and negatives of
  two forms of transportation?
 Steamboat – quicker;cheaper;
  dangerous; noisy
 Turnpike – Well built; pay to ride; muddy
 Corduroy Roads – Avoid mud; bumpy

								
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