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Transcript
8th Grade History
Topic: American Civil War
Aim: Civil War Jeopardy
Homework: Study for your test tomorrow
Do Now: Let’s get started!
People
Places
Events
Vocabulary
Miscellaneous
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Final
Jeopardy
People- 100
• He was the president during the Civil War:
Jeopardy
Answer
Answer- People 100
• Who was Abraham Lincoln?
Jeopardy
People- 200
• A slave who escaped and became a
conductor on the Underground Railroad,
returning to the South 19 times:
jeopardy
Answer
Answer- People 200
• Who was Harriet Tubman?
Jeopardy
People- 300
• He was the president of the Confederate
States
jeopardy
Answer
Answer- People 300
• Who was Jefferson Davis?
Jeopardy
People- 400
• Leader of the Confederate Army during
the Civil War
Answer
jeopardy
Answer- People 400
• Who was Robert E. Lee?
Jeopardy
People - 500
People- 500
• The leader of the Union Army during the
last years of the Civil War
Answer
jeopardy
Answer- DAILY DOUBLE
• Who was Ulysses S. Grant?
Jeopardy
Places- 100
• The secret route that slaves used to
escape from freedom in the North
Answer
jeopardy
Answer Places- 100
• What was the Underground Railroad?
• Jeopardy
Places- 200
• These states were located between the
Union states and the Confederate states.
Both North and South wanted them on
their side.
jeopardy
Answer
Answer- Places 200
• What were the border states?
Jeopardy
Places- 300
• The places where civilians are active when
their country is at war – this is where they
await for their loved ones who are fighting
in the war.
Answer
jeopardy
Answer Places- 300
• What is the homefront?
Jeopardy
Places- 400
• One of Grant’s most important victories
was made here. After this the Mississippi
River belonged to the Union.
Answer
jeopardy
Answer Places- 400
• What was Vicksburg, Mississippi
Jeopardy
Places- 500
• Sherman’s “March to the Sea” ended in
this place.
Answer
jeopardy
Answer –Place 500
• What is Savannah, Georgia
• Jeopardy
Event- 100
• The South won this battle and the Civil
War officially began
Answer
jeopardy
Answer- Event 100
• What was the Battle at Fort Sumter?
Jeopardy
Event- 200
• An inspiring speech given by Abraham
Lincoln, which spoke of the ideals of liberty
and equality on which the country had
been founded.
jeopardy
Answer Events- 200
• What was the Gettysburg Address?
• Jeopardy
Event- 300
• The destructive path (60 miles wide and
300 miles long), where Sherman led Union
troops to burn and destroy everything held
dear in the South
jeopardy
Answer Event- 300
• What is Sherman’s “March to the Sea”
• Jeopardy
Event- 400
• Murdered Lincoln while he was watching a
play at Ford’s Theatre.
• Answer
jeopardy
Answer Event- 400
• Who was John Wilkes Booth
• Jeopardy
Event - 500
• The disagreement between northern and
southern states regarding states rights and
slavery led to this
• Answer
jeopardy
Answer Event- 500
• What is the Civil War
• Jeopardy
Vocabulary - 100
• A general rise in prices
• Answer
jeopardy
Answer Vocabulary - 100
• What is inflation
• Jeopardy
Vocabulary - 200
• First part of the North’s Anaconda Plan
they accomplished
• Answer
jeopardy
Vocabulary Answer - 200
• What is a blockade
• Jeopardy
Vocabulary - 300
• To give someone freedom
• Answer
jeopardy
Vocabulary Answer - 300
• What is emancipate
• Jeopardy
Vocabulary - 400
• The town where Lee surrendered to Grant
• answer
jeopardy
Vocabulary Answer - 400
• Where is Appomattox
• jeopardy
Vocabulary - 500
• Constitutional protection against unlawful
imprisonment
• answer
jeopardy
Vocabulary Answer - 500
• What is habeas corpus
• jeopardy
Miscellaneous- 100
• One of the last cities on the Mississippi
River to remain in Confederate hands
• answer
jeopardy
Misc. Answer - 100
• What was Vicksburg
• jeopardy
Miscellaneous - 200
• This is what was learned after the first
battle at Bull Run
• Answer
jeopardy
Answer- m- 200
• What was that the North and the South
realized that the war would be a long hard
struggle
• Jeopardy
Miscellaneous-300
• This Northern general is well known for his
“March to the Sea” in the later part of the
war.
• answer
jeopardy
Answer- m 300
• Who was William Sherman
• jeopardy
Miscellaneous- 400
• This adjective would best describe the
surrender terms that Grant offered Lee in
Appomattox
• answer
jeopardy
Answer- m 400
• What is generous
• Jeopardy
Miscellaneous- 500
• The Emancipation Proclamation ended
slavery in this part of the United States
• answer
jeopardy
Answer m- 500
• What were the areas fighting against the
Union or “Still in Rebellion”
• jeopardy
Final Jeopardy
Discuss the role of African Americans in the
Civil War.
• In what ways was their fate tied to the
outcome?
• How did they contribute to the war?
Support your ideas with examples from the
text!
Answer to Final Jeopardy
• The fate of African Americans was very closely tied to the Civil War.
One of the key reasons the South seceded was because it feared
that the North would try to end slavery. In this way, from the
beginning the war was linked with slavery. As the war went on,
Lincoln issued the Emancipation Proclamation. Though this did not
immediately free any slaves, it paved the way for the end of slavery.
The Emancipation Proclamation also changed the nature of the war,
turning it into a war to stop slavery. This gave African Americans an
enormous stake in the war. During the war, the Union accepted
African Americans into the army. Although they faced discrimination,
African Americans distinguished themselves on the battlefield. It
would be many years before African Americans would fully enjoy all
the rights that other Americans took for granted, but the Civil War
ultimately led to the end of slavery in the United States and brought
about circumstances in which African Americans could begin a long
struggle to gain full equality.