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COPY AND ANSWER:

What was the name of the first British fort
 built in Georgia?

A.   Fort   King George
B.   Fort   Frederica
C.   Fort   Catalina
D.   Fort   Guale



Friday, November 05
COPY AND ANSWER:

What group came to the aid of James
 Oglethorpe in the Battle of Bloody Marsh?

A.   Catholics
B.   Highland Scots
C.   Salzburgers
D.   Spanish



Tuesday, October 05
COPY AND ANSWER:

IN YOUR OWN WORDS, DEFINE THE
 TERM “GEOGRAPHY”.




Monday, August 09
   COPY AND ANSWER:

ON YOUR NOTES SHEET…unpack Standard
 SS8G1 by circling the verbs and
 underlining the nouns.




Tuesday, August 10
   COPY AND ANSWER:

In which region is the Okefenokee Swamp,
  the largest swamp in North America,
  located?
A. Blue Ridge
B. Coastal Plain
C. Piedmont




Wednesday, August 11
COPY AND ANSWER:

The shoreline of the prehistoric ocean is
A. The elevation
B. The estuaries
C. The Fall Line
D. The Continental Shelf




Thursday, August 12
   COPY AND ANSWER:

Cobb County is located in the ___________
  region.
A. Ridge and Valley
B. Appalachian Plateau
C. Piedmont




Friday, August 13
COPY AND ANSWER:

Which of the following physical features of
 Georgia made it difficult to travel by river?

A. The Okefenokee Swamp
B. The Barrier Islands
C. The fall line




Monday, August 16
COPY AND ANSWER:

How did glaciers contribute to human
  migration to the Americas?
A. By making ice bridges
B. By exposing the land bridge, Beringia
C. By making the animals bigger




Tuesday, August 17
COPY AND ANSWER:

What were the earthen mounds, like Rock
  Eagle built by the Woodlands, used for?
A. Trading posts
B. Housing for the tribe
C. Protection
D. Religious or ceremonial purposes




Wednesday, August 18
COPY AND ANSWER:

What prehistoric Native American civilization
 did Hernando de Soto encounter in his travels
 in 1540?

A.   Mississippian
B.   Woodland
C.   Archaic
D.   Paleo



Thursday, August 19
COPY AND ANSWER:

Which was a main reason for European
 exploration?

A. Setting up new governments
B. Finding wealth like gold and silver
C. Learning new farming methods




Friday, August 20
COPY AND ANSWER:

The purpose of the Spanish missions set up
 on the barrier islands was to:

A. Defend Spain’s new territory.
B. Convert Native Americans to Christianity.
C. Find gold.




Monday, August 23
COPY AND ANSWER:

Write down as many key words/terms/facts
 from Unit 1 as you can. You have two
 minutes to work SILENTLY.




Tuesday, August 24
COPY AND ANSWER:

What was the name of the first English
 settlement of the 13 Colonies?

A.   Jamestown
B.   Plymouth
C.   Santa Catalina
D.   Philadelphia



Thursday, August 26
COPY AND ANSWER:

During which prehistoric period did large
  game become extinct?
A. Archaic
B. Mississippian
C. Paleo
D. Woodland




Friday, August 27
COPY AND ANSWER:

Unpack Standard SS8H2 and element A on
 the notes page provided.




Monday, August 30
Whatcha think????
COPY AND ANSWER:

The trade policy of Great Britain during
  Colonization was called:
A. Free trade.
B. Mercantilism.
C. Merchandising.
D. Raw Materialism.




Tuesday, August 31
COPY AND ANSWER:

What reason for settlement was unique to
  Georgia?
A. Protection of other colonies
B. To grow sugar cane
C. Because it had a mild climate
D. For religious freedom




Wednesday, September 1
COPY AND ANSWER:

Which colony did the British settle first?

A. Georgia
B. Massachusetts
C. New York
D. Virginia




Thursday, September 2
COPY AND ANSWER:

Tomochichi allowed James Oglethorpe to
 settle on a bluff overlooking what river?

A.   Chattahoochee River
B.   Altamaha River
C.   Yamacraw River
D.   Savannah River



Friday, September 3
COPY AND ANSWER:

Which statement is not a reason for the
 establishment of the Georgia colony?

A.   England was overpopulated
B.   The desire to convert Natives to Christianity
C.   More colonies meant more money for
     England
D.   South Carolina needed protection



Tuesday, September 7
IN YOUR WARM-UP SECTION, WRITE “WARM-
  UP QUIZ” FOR TODAY’S DATE.

ON A SHEET OF PAPER…Write your name,
 date, period and the following warm-ups and
 answers:

   Wednesday, August 11
   Friday, August 20
   Tuesday, August 31
   Friday, September 3



Wednesday, September 8
COPY AND ANSWER:

Who obtained the charter to establish the
 Trustee colony of Georgia?

A.   John Dunbar
B.   Tomochichi
C.   King George II
D.   James Oglethorpe



Thursday, September 9
COPY AND ANSWER:

What is the name of the fort designed to
 protect the southeastern boundary of the
 Georgia colony?

A.   Ft.   Savannah
B.   Ft.   Frederica
C.   Ft.   Saint Augustine
D.   Ft.   Oglethorpe



Friday, September 10
COPY AND ANSWER:

Georgia’s Charter of 1732 did not include a
 provision that

A.   Gave settlers an opportunity to settle their
     differences in court.
B.   Gave King George II control of the colony.
C.   Prohibited Catholics.
D.   Banned liquor.



Monday, September 13
COPY AND ANSWER:

While John Reynolds was its royal governor,
 Georgia established:

A.   A unicameral legislature.
B.   Local governing bodies.
C.   A bicameral legislature.
D.   Land ownership rights.



Tuesday, September 14
COPY AND ANSWER:

Who was governor of Georgia when palisades
 were built around Savannah, Sunbury
 became a main port, and the term crackers
 was used to describe undesirable people?

A.   John Reynolds
B.   Henry Ellis
C.   James Wright
D.   James Oglethorpe



Wednesday, September 15
What do you think about this
neighborhood?
COPY AND ANSWER:

What change was not from the time that Henry
 Ellis was governor?

A.   More merchants started businesses.
B.   Newcomers brought slaves to Georgia.
C.   The number of profitable farms increased.
D.   The first newspaper in Georgia was
     published.



Thursday, September 16
COPY AND ANSWER:

Which statement best describes Georgia’s first
 government as a royal colony?

A. It was a unicameral legislature representing 8
   parishes.
B. It was a bicameral legislature representing 8
   parishes.
C. It included a House of Commons and a House of
   Assembly.
D. It had an Advisory Council appointed by King
   George II.




Friday, September 17
COPY AND ANSWER:

What does the term “Three Sisters” refer to in
 the Woodland period of prehistoric Native
 American history?

A.   Rivers
B.   Crops
C.   Chiefs
D.   Mountains



Monday, September 27
COPY AND ANSWER:

During the Royal Colony period of Georgia,
 how many acres of land did a citizen have to
 own to be a part of the Commons House of
 Assembly?

A.   100
B.   250
C.   500
D.   1,000



Tuesday, September 28
COPY AND ANSWER:

Which is a reason why the vision of the
 trustee’s vision for Georgia was never
 fulfilled?

A.   Georgia was a political failure.
B.   There were too many debtors.
C.   The Indians and the Spanish scared the
     settlers.
D.   Discontentment caused settlers to move.



Wednesday, September 29
COPY AND ANSWER:

YOU HAVE 3 MINUTES TO WRITE DOWN AS
 MANY FACTS ABOUT GEORGIA’S
 COLONIZATION AS YOU CAN. INCLUDE
 NAMES, DATES, PLACES, EVENTS, ETC.




Thursday, September 30
COPY AND ANSWER:

Which statement does not describe a
 restriction placed on Georgia’s trustees?

A.   They could not expand the colony west of
     the Savannah River.
B.   They could not own land in Georgia.
C.   They could not profit from their work.
D.   They could not hold political office.



Friday, October 1
COPY AND ANSWER:

Which of the following would be a major conflict
 between the Native Americans and the European
 Colonists?

A. The different jobs between men and women.
B. The ideas of land ownership.
C. The desire for a common language and culture
   between the two.
D. Native Americans wanting Europeans to adopt
   their customs.




Monday, October 04
COPY AND ANSWER:

What group came to the aid of James
 Oglethorpe in the Battle of Bloody Marsh?

A.   Catholics
B.   Highland Scots
C.   Salzburgers
D.   Spaniards



Tuesday, October 5
COPY AND ANSWER:

How did the new colonies benefit England’s
 mercantilism trade policy?

A. By producing goods people needed.
B. By importing raw materials needed to produce
   goods.
C. By providing raw materials needed to produce
   goods.
D. By trading with other English colonies to make
   more money for the King.




Wednesday, October 06
COPY AND ANSWER:

According to Georgia’s Charter, which
 groups were not allowed?

A.   Catholics
B.   Methodists
C.   Protestants
D.   Jews



Thursday, October 07
COPY AND ANSWER:

What was the colonists’ slogan about British
 taxes?

A.   Join or die
B.   We want our money
C.   I’m loving it
D.   No taxation without representation



Friday, October 08
COPY AND ANSWER:

What law forbade colonists to move west of
 the Appalachian Mountains?

A.   Emancipation Proclamation
B.   Intolerable Acts
C.   Appalachian Compromise
D.   Proclamation of 1763



Monday, October 11
COPY AND ANSWER:

The Proclamation of 1763 moved Georgia’s
 southern boundary to the:

A.   Altamaha River
B.   Southern River
C.   St. Mary’s River
D.   Savannah River



Tuesday, October 12
COPY AND ANSWER:

Which was not a cause of the American
 Revolution?

A.   Taxation Act
B.   Stamp Act
C.   Sugar Act
D.   Townshend Act



Wednesday, October 13
COPY AND ANSWER:

Which event began with a snowball fight
 and ended with five deaths?

A.   Battles of Lexington and Concord
B.   Battle of Bunker Hill
C.   Boston Massacre
D.   Boston Tea Party



Thursday, October 14
COPY AND ANSWER:

Why were Georgians reluctant to join the rest
 of the colonies in the American Revolution?

A.   Georgia benefited from Great Britain.
B.   Georgians were too scared to fight.
C.   Georgia could not afford to fight.
D.   Georgia was not a colony.



Friday, October 15
IN YOUR WARM-UP SECTION, WRITE “WARM-
  UP QUIZ” FOR TODAY’S DATE.

ON A SHEET OF PAPER…Write your name,
 date, period and the following warm-ups and
 answers:

   Thursday, September 09
   Wednesday, September 29
   Monday, October 04
   Friday, October 08



Monday, October 18
COPY AND ANSWER:

Who did not represent Georgia in the
 Second Continental Congress?

A.   George Walton
B.   Elijah Clarke
C.   Lyman Hall
D.   Button Gwinnett



Wednesday, October 20
COPY AND ANSWER:

Write down as many key words/terms/facts
 from Unit 3 as you can. You have two
 minutes to work SILENTLY.




Thursday, October 21
COPY AND ANSWER:

Which of the following shows the correct order of events
 leading up to the American Revolution?

A.   Stamp Act Congress, Sugar Act, Intolerable Acts, Second
     Continental Congress

B.   Second Continental Congress, Sugar Act, Stamp Act
     Congress, Intolerable Acts

C.   Stamp Act Congress, Sugar Act, Second Continental
     Congress, Intolerable Acts

D.   Sugar Act, Stamp Act Congress, Intolerable Acts, Second
     Continental Congress



Friday, October 22
COPY AND ANSWER:

Which statement does not describe an
 advantage of the patriots during the
 American Revolution?

A.   They   were   fighting   for their freedom.
B.   They   were   fighting   in a concentrated area.
C.   They   were   fighting   for their homes.
D.   They   were   fighting   on familiar terrain.



Monday, October 25
COPY AND ANSWER:

What were the Townshend Acts of 1767?

A.   Taxes on imported goods like tea and glass.
B.   Taxes on hotels and other lodging
     accommodations.
C.   Taxes on newspapers, magazines, and
     licenses.
D.   Taxes put on goods not imported on British
     vessels.



Tuesday, October 26
COPY AND ANSWER:

What is the first of the three parts of the
 Declaration of Independence called?

A.   Introduction
B.   Objective
C.   Preamble
D.   Preface



Wednesday, October 27
COPY AND ANSWER:

Which activity was not supported by the
 Patriots?

A.   Committees of Correspondence
B.   Boston Tea Party
C.   Townshend Acts
D.   Continental Congress



Thursday, October 28
COPY AND ANSWER:

Which country was the Patriots’ ally during
 the Siege of Savannah?

A.   France
B.   Spain
C.   Great Britain
D.   Mexico



Friday, October 29
WRITE NO WARM-UP FOR MONDAY 11/01,
 TUESDAY 11/02 and WEDNESDAY 11/03.

COPY AND ANSWER:

What was the purpose of the Spanish Mission
 system?

A.   To   create more Spanish colonies
B.   To   trade European goods
C.   To   access the eastern coastline
D.   To   spread Catholicism



Thursday, November 4
COPY AND ANSWER:

What was the name of the first British fort
 built in the Georgia colony?

A.   Fort   Frederica
B.   Fort   King George
C.   Fort   Catalina
D.   Fort   Georgia



Friday, November 5
COPY AND ANSWER:

Who were Georgia’s representatives at the
 Constitutional Convention of 1787?

A.   George Washington and Abraham Baldwin
B.   William Few Jr. and Abraham Baldwin
C.   William Few Jr. and Austin Dabney
D.   Austin Dabney and Abraham Baldwin




Monday, November 8
COPY AND ANSWER:

Who was elected Georgia’s first governor
 under the Constitution of 1777?

A.   Button Gwinnett
B.   John Reynolds
C.   George Walton
D.   John Treutlen



Tuesday, November 09
COPY AND ANSWER:

The first written plan for the government of
 the United States was called the

A.   American Constitution
B.   American Confederation
C.   Articles of Confederation
D.   Constitutional Confederation



Wednesday, November 10
COPY AND ANSWER:

What statement does not describe a weakness of
 the Articles of Confederation?

A. Congress could not print money.
B. Congress could not regulate trade between the
   U.S. and other nations.
C. Congress could not levy taxes to pay for
   soldiers.
D. Congress provided a central government that
   dealt with other nations.




Thursday, November 11
COPY AND ANSWER:

Under the Articles of Confederation, there
 was no:

A.   President.
B.   Law-making body.
C.   President or court system.
D.   Law-making body or court system.



Friday, November 12
COPY AND ANSWER:

How many states ratified the U.S.
 Constitution before Georgia?

A.   2
B.   3
C.   4
D.   5



Monday, November 15
COPY AND ANSWER:

Which power was not given to the legislature
 under the Articles of Confederation?

A.   Levy taxes
B.   Declare war
C.   Coin / print money
D.   Send or recall ambassadors



Tuesday, November 16
COPY AND ANSWER:

How many rights are included in the
 Georgia Bill of Rights?

A.   10
B.   15
C.   19
D.   28



Wednesday, November 17
COPY AND ANSWER:

What are two ways the Georgia constitution and
 the U.S. Constitution are similar?

A.   They are the same length
B.   They both have preambles and a bill of rights
C.   They both focus on city and county government
D.   They have been amended the same number of
     times




Thursday, November 18
COPY AND ANSWER:

All government originates from the:

A. State’s voters
B. General Assembly
C. Written constitution
D. U.S. Constitution




Friday, November 19
COPY AND ANSWER:

How many articles are in Georgia’s state
 constitution?

A.   8
B.   11
C.   13
D.   15



Monday, November 29
COPY AND ANSWER:

What right is not given to U.S. citizens in
 the U.S. Constitution?

A.   Freedom of religion
B.   The right to a fair trial
C.   The right to bear arms
D.   The right to an education



Tuesday, November 30
COPY AND ANSWER:

Which is not a necessary requirement to vote
 in Georgia?

A.   Must be a resident of Georgia and the
     county in which you are voting.
B.   Must be a registered member of a political
     party.
C.   Must be 18 years old before the election.
D.   Must be a U.S. citizen.



Wednesday, December 1
COPY AND ANSWER:

How long is the term of a member of the
 Georgia General Assembly?

A.   2   years
B.   4   years
C.   1   year
D.   8   years



Thursday, December 2
COPY AND ANSWER:

What financial responsibility does a citizen
 have toward the government?

A.   Making political contributions
B.   Buying in credit
C.   Paying debts
D.   Paying taxes



Friday, December 3
COPY AND ANSWER:

Who presides over the Georgia state
 senate?

A.   The   governor
B.   The   lieutenant governor
C.   The   president pro tempore
D.   The   speaker of the house



Monday, December 6
COPY AND ANSWER:

What impact do political parties have on our
 government?

A.   They act as mediators between feuding
     groups in the government.
B.   They try to influence Supreme Court rulings
C.   They make laws for citizens to follow
D.   They try to get people with similar beliefs
     elected.



Tuesday, December 7
COPY AND ANSWER:

What vote is required in the house of
 representatives in order for a bill to pass?

A.   Majority vote of house members
B.   Three-fifths vote of house members
C.   Two-thirds vote of house members
D.   Minority vote of house members



Wednesday, December 8
COPY AND ANSWER:

Which is not a requirement to serve in the
 Georgia senate?

A.   Must be at least 30 years old
B.   Must be a U.S. citizen
C.   Must be a Georgia citizen for at least 2
     years
D.   Must be a resident of the district from which
     elected for one year



Thursday, December 9
COPY AND ANSWER:

Who is the most influential member of the
 House of Representatives?

A.   The   committee leader
B.   The   president pro tempore
C.   The   speaker of the house
D.   The   lieutenant governor



Friday, December 10
COPY AND ANSWER:

How long is a regular session of the
 Georgia General Assembly?

A.   30   days
B.   35   days
C.   40   days
D.   45   days



Monday, December 13
COPY AND ANSWER:

Which is not a qualification to be elected
 Georgia’s governor?

A.   Must   be at least 30 years old
B.   Must   be a Georgia resident for 6 years
C.   Must   have at least a master’s degree
D.   Must   be a U.S. citizen for 15 years



Tuesday, December 14
COPY AND ANSWER:

Which is not a part of Georgia’s executive
 branch of government?

A.   Department   of   Corrections
B.   Department   of   Public Safety
C.   Department   of   Juvenile Justice
D.   Department   of   Transportation



Wednesday, December 15
COPY AND ANSWER:

Which types of powers are not given to
 Georgia’s governor by the state constitution?

A.   Legislative powers
B.   Executive powers
C.   Political powers
D.   Judicial powers



Thursday, December 16
COPY AND ANSWER:

Which power of Georgia’s governor is not included
 in the state constitution?

A. Signing bills from the legislature into law.
B. Serving as commander-in-chief of the Georgia
   National Guard.
C. Preparing the annual budget to give to the
   General Assembly.
D. Representing Georgia in meeting with federal
   officials and other governors.




Tuesday, January 4
COPY AND ANSWER:

Which executive branch official is elected
 rather than appointed?

A.   A member of the State Board of Regents
B.   State Board of Education member
C.   Commissioner of Insurance
D.   Food and Drug Inspector



Wednesday, January 5
COPY AND ANSWER:

Which is an example of an executive power
 given to the governor?

A.   The power     to   sign bills
B.   The power     to   appoint heads of agencies
C.   The power     to   send messages to lawmakers
D.   The power     to   call special sessions of the
     legislature



Thursday, January 6
COPY AND ANSWER:

The purpose of the Georgia constitution is to:

A.   Ensure freedom, liberty, justice, peace, and
     happiness for all Georgia citizens.
B.   Administer the rights assigned to the state by
     the U.S. Constitution.
C.   Make laws, enforce laws, and collect revenue
     for Georgia citizens.
D.   Protect and benefit all the people of Georgia.



Friday, January 7
COPY AND ANSWER:

What types of cases are automatically
 reviewed by the state supreme court?

A.   Cases   dealing   with   wills
B.   Cases   dealing   with   land ownership
C.   Cases   dealing   with   habeas corpus
D.   Cases   dealing   with   the death penalty



Tuesday, January 18
COPY AND ANSWER:

Which type of court is not a trial court?

A. State court
B. Probate court
C. Superior court
D. Supreme court




Wednesday, January 19
COPY AND ANSWER:

Which is not a role of Georgia’s judicial branch
 of government?

A.   It approves all of the governor’s
     appointments.
B.   It protects the rights of citizens.
C.   It interprets the state constitution.
D.   It tries those accused of crimes.



Thursday, January 20
COPY AND ANSWER:

How are juvenile judges selected?

A. They are   appointed by superior court
   judges.
B. They are   appointed by the legislature.
C. They are   appointed by the governor.
D. They are   elected by the people.



Friday, January 21
COPY AND ANSWER:

According to the system of checks and balances,
 the legislative branch does not check the judicial
 branch by

A. Appointing state judges.
B. Confirming judicial appointments.
C. Impeaching judges and removing them from
   the bench.
D. Creating court systems or doing away with
   existing court systems.




Tuesday, January 25
COPY AND ANSWER:

Why are local governments more likely to directly affect
 the citizens?

A. They don’t. Different levels of government affect
   people the same.
B. Because local governments often make very poor
   decisions.
C. Because the local government is closest to the
   citizens.
D. Because corruption is easier to detect at the local
   level.




Wednesday, January 26
COPY AND ANSWER:

Which is an example of a special-purpose
 government?

A.   The Cobb County School District
B.   The City of Austell
C.   Douglas County Government
D.   Georgia State Government



Thursday, January 27
COPY AND ANSWER:

Which description of a council-manager form of
 city government is false?

A.   The council is appointed or elected.
B.   The mayor may be appointed or elected.
C.   The city council establishes laws and
     policies.
D.   The city manager oversees the day-to-day
     operation of government.



Monday, January 31
Copy and Answer:

What type of government would most likely
 be used by large cities?

A.   Board or commissioners-mayor
B.   Council-manager
C.   Mayor-council
D.   commission



Tuesday, February 1
COPY AND ANSWER:

Which statement best describes how the grand jury
 protects individual citizens from abuses of power by
 elected officials?

A. Citizens elected to public office cannot be accused
   of crimes without a review of those charges by a
   grand jury.
B. Citizens cannot receive the death penalty unless it
   has been reviewed by the grand jury.
C. Citizens accused of a crime cannot be charged and
   tried without the approval of the grand jury.
D. Citizens cannot be denied due process of law
   without approval of the grand jury.


Wednesday, February 2
Copy and answer:

The development of the railroads most likely
 meant

A. People no longer needed horses and wagons to
   transport goods
B. Fewer people were needed to grow cotton
C. Better and cheaper transportation was available
   for people and goods
D. The cost of transporting goods was too
   expensive




Thursday, February 3
COPY AND ANSWER:

All the records from the Yazoo Land Fraud were
 burned in public in Georgia’s capital city of:

A.   Savannah.
B.   Augusta.
C.   Louisville.
D.   Lafayetteville.



Friday, February 4
COPY AND ANSWER:

What was the first building constructed at
 what is now the University of Georgia?

A.   Allen Hall
B.   Franklin Hall
C.   Abraham Hall
D.   Ferguson Hall



Monday, February 7
COPY AND ANSWER:

Which invention had the greatest effect on
 Georgia’s economy in the early 1800’s?

A.   Railroads
B.   Telegraph
C.   Cotton Gin
D.   Mechanical Reaper



Tuesday, February 8
COPY AND ANSWER:

Which statement does not describe the North’s position
 on states’ rights?

A. States should obey all laws passed by Congress.
B. All political decisions should be made to benefit the
   entire country.
C. The interests of the national government should
   take precedence over the states.
D. Politicians from states like Maine or New York
   cannot relate to the needs of states like Georgia or
   South Carolina.




Wednesday, February 9
COPY AND ANSWER:

According to the Missouri Compromise,
 what state was admitted as a free state?

A.   California
B.   Kansas
C.   Maine
D.   Missouri



Thursday, February 10
COPY AND ANSWER:

What is the correct sequence in which the following events
 occurred?

1.    Kansas-Nebraska Act
2.    Missouri Compromise
3.    Mexican-American War (1846-1848)
4.    Dred Scott decision

     A.   2-4-3-1
     B.   3-1-4-2
     C.   1-4-3-2
     D.   2-3-1-4




Friday, February 11
COPY AND ANSWER:

Who was the Union commander during the
 Atlanta Campaign and the March to the Sea?

A.   William T. Sherman
B.   Robert E. Lee
C.   John B. Hood
D.   Ulysses S. Grant



Tuesday, February 15
COPY AND ANSWER:

Which was not a provision of the compromise of 1850?

A. California entered the Union as a free state.
B. The slave trade was ended in the District of
   Columbia.
C. The territories of New Mexico and Utah would
   decide if they wanted to be salve or free.
D. Congress would pass a fugitive slave law to give
   freedom to slaves who ran away to free states.




Wednesday, February 16
COPY AND ANSWER:

What was the “Georgia Platform”?

A. It was a statement supporting   states’ rights.
B. It was a statement supporting   popular
   sovereignty.
C. It was a statement supporting   the Compromise
   of 1850.
D. It was a statement supporting   slavery
   throughout the United States.



Thursday, February 17
COPY AND ANSWER:

The New South, envisioned by Henry Grady,
 would:

A.   Provide separate facilities for different
     races.
B.   Maintain its southern heritage.
C.   Rival the North economically.
D.   Promote tourism.



Friday, February 18
   COPY AND ANSWER

What was the result of the passage of the “Jim
 Crow” laws?

A.   Separate restrooms, water fountains,
     railroad cars, dining areas and schools.
B.   Equal education facilities for all people
     regardless of race.
C.   Equal employment opportunities for all
     people regardless of race.
D.   Equal voting rights for all citizens regardless
     of race.

Monday, February 28, 2011
COPY AND ANSWER:

How was Georgia directly effected by World
 war I?

A.   Over 3,000 Georgia soldiers died.
B.   Many Georgians were not affected.
C.   People donated food and other supplies.
D.   Georgia was bombed and major cities were
     destroyed.



Tuesday, March 1
COPY AND ANSWER:

What group was supported by Tom Watson,
 a Populist?

A.   Farmers
B.   Mill workers
C.   Miners
D.   Railroad workers



Wednesday, March 2
COPY AND ANSWER:

The county unit system allowed:

A. The larger counties to have more power than
   smaller ones.
B. A candidate to carry the most populated
   counties but lose the election.
C. A candidate to be elected only if he or she had
   a majority of the popular vote.
D. A candidate to carry only the most populated
   counties in order to win the election.




Thursday, March 3
COPY AND ANSWER:

How many times was Eugene Talmadge
 elected governor?

A.   One
B.   Two
C.   Three
D.   Four



Friday, March 4
COPY AND ANSWER:

There were several economic factors that caused
 the Great Depression. One of them was that:

A. Factories were not producing enough goods.
B. Many people borrowed more money from banks
   than they were able to repay.
C. Too many people had invested in the stock
   market.
D. The government was too active in the economy
   and caused the stock market to crash.




Wednesday, March 9
COPY AND ANSWER:

Eugene Talmadge became governor of Georgia in 1933.
  He disliked relief efforts, public welfare and debts. As
  a result of this:

A. He tried to get rid of all New Deal programs in
   Georgia.
B. He ran for U.S. president against Roosevelt.
C. He resigned from governor’s office in protest of the
   New Deal.
D. He raised property taxes to cover the cost of
   unemployment programs.




Thursday, March 10
COPY AND ANSWER:

A New Deal program that helped many rural Georgians
  was the Rural electrification Authority (REA). Why
  was it so important to rural Georgians?

A. Farmers were able to charge more for their crops
   due to electricity.
B. Electric water pumps, lights and appliances made
   farm life much easier.
C. By 1940, rural Georgians were finally able to watch
   TV.
D. Farmers began to use electric machines to plant and
   harvest their crops.



Friday, March 11
COPY AND ANSWER:

Where in Georgia were Liberty ships built
 during World War II?

A.   Atlanta and Augusta
B.   Brunswick and Jekyll Island
C.   Brunswick and Savannah
D.   Savannah and Augusta



Monday, March 14
COPY AND ANSWER:

Which statement about the Bell Aircraft
 Company is false?

A.   It was located in Marietta.
B.   It produced B-29 aircraft.
C.   It closed before World War II ended.
D.   It was the largest facility of its kind in the
     Deep South.



Tuesday, March 15
COPY AND ANSWER:

The purpose of the Sibley Commission was to

A.   Study the problem of school integration.
B.   Develop a plan for securing jobs for blacks.
C.   Set up a series of meetings to bring blacks
     and whites together.
D.   Make recommendations for desegregation
     in public transportation.



Thursday, March 17
COPY AND ANSWER:

What did the Civil Rights Act of 1964 do?

A. It named black principals in previously all-white
   schools.
B. It gave more state tax money to schools that
   did not integrate.
C. It withheld federal funds from schools that did
   not end segregation.
D. It provided armed escorts for students wanting
   to attend white schools.




Friday, March 18
COPY AND ANSWER:

Which was not given as a reason for changing
 the Georgia state flag of 1956 by those who
 opposed it?

A.   It represented the past instead of looking
     toward the future.
B.   It damaged Georgia’s tourist industry.
C.   It was hard for students to draw.
D.   It was a symbol of slavery.



Tuesday, March 22
CHOOSE A SEAT IN THE AUDIENCE NEAR
 YOUR GROUP MEMBERS. GET OUT YOUR
 PROJECTS, CLEAR EVERYTHING ELSE OFF OF
 YOUR DESK.

COPY AND ANSWER:

What office did Benjamin Mays hold?

A.   State legislator
B.   Mayor of Atlanta
C.   Governor of Georgia
D.   Atlanta board of education member

Wednesday, March 23
COPY AND ANSWER:

The focus of the Albany Movement in Georgia was
 to:

A. End segregation of public schools in Albany.
B. Integrate interstate bus station waiting rooms
   in Albany.
C. Implement a “first-come, first-served” policy on
   Albany buses.
D. Force the hiring of African American bus drivers
   for Albany’s bus station.




Thursday, March 24
COPY AND ANSWER:

Which is not an example of how transportation systems
 provide markets in Georgia?

A. Transportation systems enable citizens to have
   choice when planning travel.
B. Transportation systems enable products to be
   shipped easily and cheaply.
C. Transportation systems attract business travelers
   from around the world.
D. Transportation systems ensure that commodities
   will reach consumers.




Friday, March 25
COPY AND ANSWER:

The Yazoo Land Fraud took several years to settle.
  What was one way the Georgia settled the Yazoo
  affair?

A. Georgia ceded its land west of the Chattahoochee
   River to the federal government.
B. Georgia paid the federal government $2 million
   dollars to settle the Yazoo affair.
C. Georgia forced all Georgians west of the
   Chattahoochee River to return to the east.
D. Georgia ceded all of the land west of the
   Chattahoochee River to the Indians.



Monday, March 28
COPY AND ANSWER:

The term that means to “redraw the
 boundaries of election districts” is

A.   Realignment.
B.   Reapportionment.
C.   Reconstruction.
D.   Redristricting.



Tuesday, March 29
COPY AND ANSWER:

Which facility was not created especially for
 the Olympics?

A.   The Stone Mountain tennis facility
B.   Lake Lanier Rowing Center
C.   The Georgia Horse Park
D.   The Georgia Dome



Wednesday, March 30
COPY AND ANSWER:

Which word is an antonym for
 entrepreneur?

A.   Businessperson
B.   Employee
C.   Executive
D.   Risk taker



Thursday, March 31
COPY AND ANSWER:

What advancement in Atlanta is not associated
 with William Hartsfield?

A.   Construction of the Atlanta Braves baseball
     park
B.   Building of the expressway system
C.   Increase in the size of the city
D.   Construction of city parks.



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