$500 $500 $500 Final Jeopardy What is abolition? Incorrect Correct
The call to outlaw slavery. Back to Question Main Board Who was the most radical
white abolitionist who was also the editor of his own paper, The Liberator? Incorrect Correct William Lloyd
Garrison Back to Question Main Board What was the temperance movement?
Incorrect Correct The effort to prohibit the drinking of alcohol. Back to Question
Main Board Who headed the first womens rights convention at Seneca Falls, NY in 1848? Incorrect
Correct Elizabeth Cady Stanton & Lucretia Mott Back to Question
Main Board When & how did women receive the right to vote? Incorrect
Correct Women received the right to vote in 1920 with the passing of th the 19 Amendment. Back to Question
Main Board What was the name of the communities based on a vision of the perfect society?
Incorrect Correct Utopias Back to Question
Main Board Henry David Thoreau practiced civil disobedience during the Reform Movement and chose to go to jail instead of doing this Incorrect
Correct Paying a tax to support the Mexican War Back to Question
Main Board What was the Fugitive Slave Act of 1850? Incorrect Correct
Required all citizens to help catch runaway slaves and return them to their owners
Back to Question Main Board This document was written up at the Seneca Falls Convention, enhancing the Womens Rights Movement
Incorrect Correct Declaration of Sentiments Back to Question
Main Board What is the major difference between the economy of the North and the economy of the South? Incorrect
Correct North is based on manufacturing and industry; south is based on agriculture Back to Question
Main Board What is manifest destiny? Incorrect Correct
A term coined in 1845 that described Americas right and duty to expand to the Back to Question
Main Board What was the name of the rough track of land that ran 2,000 miles from Independence, Missouri to the Willamette Valley of Oregon and was the longest of the pioneer trails used
in Americas westward expansion? Incorrect Correct The Oregon Trail Back to Question
Main Board From the Oregon Trail Webquest: Identify 3 issues travelers dealt with before beginning their journey
Incorrect Correct Overpacking, congestion, waiting, etc. Back to Question
Main Board From the Oregon Trail Webquest: Name three hardships the emigrants dealt with during their trip west.
Incorrect Correct Terrain, environment, and disease
Back to Question Main Board What was the name of the nation that formed after Texas gained independence from Mexico, which became the state of Texas
late in 1845? Incorrect Correct Republic of Texas Back to Question
Main Board In the Missouri Compromise of 1820, which state was admitted as a free state? Incorrect
Correct Maine Back to Question Main Board
California was admitted as a free state. Utah & New Mexico territories can decide about slavery. Texas and Mexico boundary dispute was resolved. Sale of slaves banned in D.C. Slavery itself may continue. Fugitive Slave Act required people in the free states
to help capture and return slaves. These were all provisions of the _____________________________________. Incorrect Correct Compromise of 1850
Back to Question Main Board What is popular sovereignty? Incorrect
Correct The right of residents of a territory to vote for or against slavery. Back to Question
Main Board How did the act of popular sovereignty conflict with the Missouri Compromise? Incorrect
Correct It disrupted sectional balance. Back to Question Main Board
Name two economic causes of the Civil War? Incorrect Correct
Any of the following two causes: Tariffs Slavery Control of Banks Control of the Railroads Back to Question
Main Board A network of abolitionists who secretly helped slaves reach freedom in the North or Canada was called the ____________________.
Incorrect Correct Underground Railroad Back to Question
Main Board Who led 21 men on a raid of Harpers Ferry to seize a federal arsenal with the intent to start a slave uprising?
Incorrect Correct John Brown Back to Question
Main Board Why was slavery important to the southern states? Incorrect Correct
It was important to their agricultural economy. Back to Question Main Board
In the Underground Railroad code words and phrases, who was Moses? Incorrect Correct
Harriet Tubman Back to Question Main Board Incorrect
Correct Back to Question Main Board Who emerged as the winner of the Election of
1860, even though he received less than half of the popular vote? Incorrect Correct Abraham Lincoln
Back to Question Main Board Texas declared their independence from Mexico in 1836, Mexican troops took 12
days to defeat the Texans at what famous site, which later inspired the Texans for revenge and independence? Incorrect Correct
The Alamo or Remember the Alamo Back to Question Main Board
Mexico sold the small strip of land south of the Gila River to the U.S. for $10 million. Southerners wanted a railroad running throughout the south to California. What purchase fulfilled manifest destiny in 1853?
Incorrect Correct The Gadsden Purchase Back to Question
Main Board This area of land was acquired through the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo, which ended the Mexican-American War
Incorrect Correct Mexican Cession Back to Question
Main Board This territory was joint occupied by the U.S. and Britain. The U.S. received full possession as a result of a treaty they signed with Britain in 1846.
Incorrect Correct Oregon Territory Back to Question
Main Board Causes of the Civil War What was the U.S. Supreme Court decision in the case of Dred Scott v. Sanford in 1857?
The U.S. Supreme Court ruled that the Missouri Compromise was unconstitutional because Congress could not forbid slavery in any part of the territories because doing so would violate owners rights to own property, a right protected by the 5th
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