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Title: Civil War Jeopardy


1
Civil War Jeopardy
Pre Civil War
Battles
People
North
South
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Final Jeopardy
2
100 Question
Thirty years before the Civil War began, this
man, a slave himself, lead a slave rebellion.
3
100 Answer
Nat Turner
4
200 Question
This author was credited for having sparked the
separation of north and south?
5
200 Answer
Harriet Beecher Stowe
6
300 Question
Harriet Beecher Stowe wrote a book about the
mistreatment of slaves. What was the title of
this book?
7
300 Answer
Uncle Toms Cabin
8
400 Question
This legal case resulted in the ruling that
citizens had the right to own property and that
slaves were considered property.
9
400 Answer
The Dred Scott Case
10
500 Question
John Brown wanted to acquire what during his raid
on what military base?
11
500 Answer
Weapons for slaves, Harpers Ferry
12
100 Question
Although, this was not an actual battle (only 1
casualty), some believe it to be the starting
point of the Civil War.
13
100 Answer
Battle of Fort Sumter
14
200 Question
After this battle, President Lincoln gave a
speech honoring the fallen soldiers and renewing
the spirit of the Union.
15
200 Answer
Battle of Gettysburg
16
300 Question
This was said to be the deadliest day of the war.
17
300 Answer
Battle of Antietam
18
400 Question
General Thomas Stonewall Jackson is most known
for his win of this battle.
19
400 Answer
Battle of Bull Run
20
500 Question
What was the significance of the Battle of
Vicksburg?
21
500 Answer
The Union gained control of the Mississippi River.
22
100 Question
This man was the President of the Confederacy.
23
100 Answer
Jefferson Davis
24
200 Question
Abraham Lincoln asked this General to head the
Union army however he declined, saying he must
remain faithful to his birthplace of Virginia.
25
200 Answer
Robert E. Lee
26
300 Question
What general led the Union in the Atlanta
Campaign?
27
300 Answer
General Sherman
28
400 Question
This man led the Confederacy in the Battle of
Bull Run.
29
400 Answer
Stonewall Jackson
30
500 Question
This man was a union general who would later
become the 18th President of the United States.
31
500 Answer
Ulysses S. Grant
32
100 Question
This is the name given to someone who worked to
put an end to slavery.
33
100 Answer
abolitionist
34
200 Question
The Norths strengths included what two major
things?
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200 Answer
  1. Industry--supplies, factories,
  2. More people

36
300 Question
Some freed slaves joined the Unions army after
President Lincoln signed what?
37
300 Answer
Emancipation Proclamation
38
400 Question
What was the Norths battle strategy?
39
400 Answer
Blockade the South
40
500 Question
Congress passed a ________, which led to people
having to pay higher prices for imported goods.
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500 Answer
tariff
42
100 Question
What crop made southern plantation owners
wealthy?
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100 Answer
Cotton
44
200 Question
The south decided to break away from the union.
What term is used to describe this?
45
200 Answer
secede
46
300 Question
What advantages did the South have in fighting
the Civil War?
47
300 Answer
  • Strong military leaders
  • B. Most of the fighting took place there

48
400 Question
Why did the South demand the Union remove its
military from Fort Sumter?
49
400 Answer
Due to the fact that the South had seceded, they
believed that the Union should abandon all of
their military bases on southern land.
50
500 Question
What were the first two major victories for the
Confederacy?
51
500 Answer
Fort Sumter and Battle of Bull Run
52
Final Jeopardy
This general said, Once you get them running,
you stay right on top of them, and that way a
small force can defeat a large one every time...
Only thus can a weaker country cope with a
stronger it must make up in activity what it
lacks in strength.
53
Final Jeopardy Answer
Thomas Stonewall Jackson
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