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Title: Progressive Jeopardy


1
Name __________________ October 1, 2007 Period
_________________ Social Studies 8 Topic
Reconstruction Aim Reconstruction
Jeopardy Homework Study for your
Reconstruction Test tomorrow Do Now Lets get
started
2
This is Jeopardy...
3
Plans
Freedmen
Johnson
Limiting Rts
Constitution
Miscellaneous
100
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200
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300
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Final Jeopardy
4
Plans- 100
  • This plan was written by Lincoln
  • 10 of voters swore loyalty
  • Must abolish slavery
  • Jeopardy Answer

5
Answer- Plans 100
  • What is the 10 plan?

Jeopardy
6
Plans- 200
  • Why did Lincolns plan never end up taking place?
  • jeopardy

Answer
7
Answer- Plans 200
  • Assassination by John Wilkes Booth

Jeopardy
8
Plans- 300
  • The three conditions of Johnsons Plan

jeopardy
Answer
9
Answer- plans 300
  • Majority swore loyalty
  • Ratify 13th amendment
  • Former confederates could vote and hold office

Jeopardy
10
Plans- 400
  • The conditions of the Reconstruction Acts

Answer
jeopardy
11
Answer- plans 400
  • Disband state governments
  • Write new constitutions
  • Ratify 14th amendments
  • African American men allowed to vote

Jeopardy
12
Plans - 500
Daily Double
13
Plans- 500
  • The major difference between congressional and
    presidential reconstruction plans

Answer
jeopardy
14
Answer- DAILY DOUBLE
  • Congressional was more strict, they wanted the
    south to pay for the Civil War

Jeopardy
15
Freedmen- 100
  • This agency gave food and clothing to former
    slaves.

Answer
jeopardy
16
Answer Freedmen- 100
  • What is the Freedmens Bureau

17
Freedmen- 200
  • Things Southern Democrats did in the south to
    prohibit racial equality

Answer
jeopardy
18
Answer- Freedmen 200
  • What is Black Codes

Jeopardy
19
Freedmen- 300
  • This group in congress supported the newly
    freedmen, they protected their rights

Answer
jeopardy
20
Answer Freedmen- 300
  • Radical Republicans

Jeopardy
21
Freedmen- 400
  • Many African Americans remained on old
    plantations as poor

Answer
jeopardy
22
Answer Freedmen- 400
  • Sharecroppers
  • Jeopardy

23
Freedmen- 500
  • List two ways the Bureau helped newly freed
    slaves

Answer
jeopardy
24
Answer Freedmen 500
  • Education
  • Clothing
  • Land
  • jobs

25
Johnson- 100
  • This man was assassinated and therefore Johnson
    became president
  • Answer

jeopardy
26
Answer- Johnson 100
  • Lincoln

27
Johnson- 200
  • This is the reason why Johnson was impeached

jeopardy
28
Answer J- 200
  • He refused to support Radical Reconstruction

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Johnson- 300
  • This group charges the president in an
    impeachment case

jeopardy
30
Answer- j300
  • House of Representatives
  • Jeopardy

31
Johnson- 400
  • This group tries the case in an impeachment trial
  • Answer

jeopardy
32
Answer- J 400
  • Senate
  • Jeopardy

33
Johnson- 500
  • Who was elected the next president after
    Johnsons tenure in the White House
  • Answer

jeopardy
34
Answer- J 500
  • Grant
  • Jeopardy

35
Limiting Rights- 100
  • This group developed in the south- they burned
    blacks houses and white sympathizers houses
  • Answer

jeopardy
36
Answer LR- 100
  • Ku Klux Klan
  • Jeopardy

37
Limiting rights- 200
  • These were designed to limit the rights of newly
    freed slaves. Blacks were not permitted to
    gather in some states
  • Answer

jeopardy
38
Limiting rights- 200
  • Black Codes
  • Jeopardy

39
Limiting Rights- 300
  • Blacks were forced to pay this if they wanted to
    vote
  • Answer

jeopardy
40
Answer LR- 300
  • What are poll taxes
  • Jeopardy

41
Limiting Rights- 400
  • This tested African Americans knowledge of the
    constitution, they had to pass if they wanted to
    vote.
  • answer

jeopardy
42
Answer- LR- 400
  • Literacy tests
  • jeopardy

43
Limiting Rights 500
  • Former slaves became this because they had no
    other options. Basically they were slaves again,
    tied to the land
  • answer

jeopardy
44
Answer- lr500
  • Sharecroppers
  • jeopardy

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Constitution- 100
  • This amendment freed slaves.
  • Answer

jeopardy
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Answer- C 100
  • 13th
  • jeopardy

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Constitution- 200
  • The 14th amendment did this
  • answer

jeopardy
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Answer constitution 200
  • Citizenship to all
  • jeopardy

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Constitution- 300
  • This amendment guaranteed freed men the right to
    vote
  • answer

jeopardy
50
Answer- constitution 300
  • 15th

51
Constitution- 400
  • This court case ruled that Separate is equal
  • answer

jeopardy
52
Answer c 400
  • Plessy V. Ferguson
  • jeopardy

53
Constitution- 500
  • AS a result of Plessy V. Ferguson this practice
    was considered legal
  • Answer

jeopardy
54
Answer- C 500
  • Segregation
  • jeopardy

55
Miscellaneous- 100
  • This was an act of violence being killed by a
    mob (hanging)
  • answer

jeopardy
56
Answer m 100
  • Lynching
  • jeopardy

57
Miscellaneous200
  • These people were northerners who went south to
    seek fortunes
  • Answer

jeopardy
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Answer- m- 200
  • Carpetbaggers
  • jeopardy

59
Miscellaneous-300
  • These were white southern republicans
  • answer

jeopardy
60
Answer- m 300
  • Scalawags
  • jeopardy

61
Miscellaneous- 400
  • This person became president even though he did
    not win the popular vote
  • answer

jeopardy
62
Answer- m 400
  • Hayes

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Miscellaneous- 500
  • The year reconstruction ended
  • answer

jeopardy
64
Answer m- 500
  • 1877
  • jeopardy

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Final Jeopardy
  • Describe effects of reconstruction on the south
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