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Tricky
Terms
Conflicts &
Compromises
The War
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ReConstruction
Huh?
false or misleading information
that is spread to further a cause.
What is this?
100 points
propaganda
100 points
constitutional protection against
unlawful imprisonment.
What is this “writ” called?
200 points
habeas corpus
200 points
process that allows people in a
state or territory to vote directly
on issues.
What is this called?
300 points
popular sovereignty
300 points
a pardon, or forgiveness, for a
people or group
Lincoln and Johnson both wanted this
for former Confederates
400 points
amnesty
400 points
During Reconstruction, this term
meant that most white voters did
not have to take a literacy test.
What is it?
500 points
grandfather clause
500 points
What (in)famous abolitionist led
a raid on U.S. Army weapons at
Harper’s Ferry?
After being executed, his spirit
inspired other abolitionists.
100 points
John Brown
100 points
California entered the Union as a
free state as part of what?
This compromise gave free states a
congressional advantage over slave
states.
200 points
The Compromise of 1850
200 points
The Confederate attack on this
fort was a direct cause of the
Civil War.
What fort lies in the harbor of
Charleston, South Carolina?
300 points
Fort Sumter
300 points
Two new territories were created
and given popular sovereignty as
part of this 1854 act.
Name it.
400 points
The Kansas-Nebraska Act
400 points
DOUBLE JEOPARDY!!!
Democrats and Whigs formed the
Free Soil Party as a result of this
failed congressional bill.
It also caused the South to worry that
the North was trying to end slavery.
1000 points
The Wilmot Proviso
1000 points
This man’s main goal was to
reunite the nation.
Which president?
100 points
Abraham Lincoln
100 points
This battle showed the North and
South that the war would be a
long, hard struggle.
Which battle?
200 points
(first) Bull Run
200 points
Fighting a defensive war and
fighting for their property were
advantages held by who?
North or South?
300 points
The South
300 points
Grant’s six week siege of this
city led to the North’s total
control of the Mississippi River.
Name the city.
400 points
Vicksburg, Mississippi
400 points
Whose “total war” march to the
sea caused much of the South to
lay in ruins by 1865.
What Union general?
500 points
William T. Sherman
“Uncle Billy”
500 points
This secret society was created
by whites who were angry about
losing power.
Name this terrorist group.
100 points
The Ku Klux Klan (KKK)
100 points
This was a name given to
northern whites who went south
to start businesses after the war.
What did southerners call them?
200 points
carpetbaggers
200 points
Their first duty was to provide
emergency relief to people
displaced by the war.
Name this government agency.
300 points
The Freedmen’s Bureau
300 points
This was the “hard”
reconstruction plan demanded by
some members of Congress.
What was this rebuilding process called?
400 points
Radical Reconstruction
400 points
Approved by Congress in 1868, it
said that states could not pass
laws that take away citizen’s
rights.
Name this amendment.
500 points
The
th
14
Amendment
500 points
This ended slavery in areas
fighting the Union.
What was issued by Lincoln on
January 1st, 1863?
100 points
The Emancipation Proclamation
100 points
The laws passed by southern
states that barred mixing of the
races.
What were these segregation laws called?
200 points
Jim Crow laws
200 points
This senator from South Carolina
supported states rights and
opposed the Compromise of 1850.
Name this whiner.
300 points
John C. Calhoun
300 points
Andrew Johnson’s plan included
amnesty for Confederates,
allowing them back in Congress,
and ratification of which
Amendment?
Name the Amendment.
400 points
the
th
13
Amendment
400 points
This idea played a major role in
denying equal rights to African
Americans.
This idea supported segregation laws.
500 points
“separate but equal”
500 points