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Title: Blank Jeopardy Author: Eleanor M. Savko Last modified by: MacBook Pro15u Created Date: 8/19/1998 5:45:48 PM Document presentation format: On-screen Show (4:3) – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Title: Blank Jeopardy


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Rebuilding Alabama Chapter 6
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Vocabulary
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Relating to merchants and the goods they sell
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Mercantile
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Stood for helping poor black and white farmers
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Populist Party
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A northerner who came south after the war for
political or economic gain
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Carpetbagger
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A person who gave part of the proceeds of crop
sales to landowners in exchange for rent and seeds
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Sharecropper
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Locations in which goods are produced and/or
traded
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Market Center
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A group that passed the First Reconstruction Act
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Radical Republicans
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Southerners who supported Reconstruction in order
to take advantage of other southerners
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Scalawags
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People who engage in risky business ventures that
offer the chance for large profits
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Speculators
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Daily Double
Explain, in detail, what Dr. Gorgas did in Cuba
and then later in Panama to help with the
mosquito problem.
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Dr. William Gorgas, an army physician, was sent
to Cuba to try and figure out why so many
soldiers were dying from yellow fever. He
realized, after careful observation, that
mosquitos were carrying and spreading the
disease. He sprayed oil on their eggs to prevent
them from maturing. This helped eliminate future
spread. He was then sent to Panama to do the same.
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We distributed food and clothing to former slaves
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Freedmens Bureau
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Birmingham began as a
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Railroad crossroads
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The 13th Amendment
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Outlawed slavery
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The 14th Amendment
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Allowed former slaves to become citizens of the
U.S.
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Iron was produced in Birmingham because what 3
things were mined there?
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Iron ore, limestone, coal
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Alabama mills could produce cheaper thread and
cloth for what 2 reasons?
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  1. Mills were built close to where cotton was grown
  2. Wages were low

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Dr. William Gorgas, an Alabama doctor, gained
fame for
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Discovering a way to prevent the spread of yellow
fever
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Many Alabama cities towns grew after the war
because
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Railroads connected them to outside areas
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William Savery worked with others to educate
former slaves and formed
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Talladega College
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The Spanish-American War began after
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The U.S. Battleship, Maine, exploded in Havana
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Lincolns plan for Reconstruction demanded the
southern states to do 3 things
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  1. Ratify the 13th Amendment
  2. Nullify the Ordinance of Secession
  3. Pay debts
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