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CIVIL WARBATTLES
CIVIL WARTECHNOLOGY
LAWS ANDSPEECHES
ABRAHAMLINCOLN
CIVIL WARVOCABULARY
CIVIL WAR STATES
CIVIL    CIVIL     LAWS     ABRAHA     CIVIL    CIVIL  WAR       WAR       AND        M       WAR      WARBATTLES   TECHNO...
CIVIL WARVOCABLUARY
CIVIL WARTECHNOLOGY
CIVIL WARLEADERS
WARTIMEADVANTAGES
CIVIL WARECONOMICS
WILD CARD
CIVIL   CIVIL WAR    CIVIL    WARTIM    CIVIL   WILD WAR     TECHNOLO     WAR        E        WAR    CARDVOCABU      GY   ...
THIS WAS THE FIRSTMAJOR BATTLE OF THE     CIVIL WAR.                 BACK
ULYSSES S. GRANTCAPTURED THE ENTIREMISSISSIPI RIVER AFTERLAYING SIEGE TO THIS        TOWN.                   BACK
THIS BATTLE TOOK PLACE   IN PENNSYLVANIA                   BACK
THIS BATTLE SAW THEBLOODIEST DAY OF THE CIVIL           WAR.                     BACK
THE PENSINSULACAMPAIGN STARTED IN YORKTOWN IN THISCONFEDERATE STATE.                 BACK
THIS NEW BULLET INVENTED IN FRANCECOULD SHATTER EVENTHE LARGEST BONES IN      THE BODY.                  BACK
THE CIVIL WAR SAW THEFIRST WARTIME USE OF THESE, WHICH HAD A   TELEGRAPH LINEATTACHED BETWEEN IT  AND THE GROUND.         ...
THE WET PLATE PROCESSALLOWED FOR QUICKERDEVELOPMENT OF THESE   BY JOURNALISTS  COVERING THE WAR.                  BACK
THIS GENERAL FAILED TOUSE THE TELEGRAPH AND   HIS ORDERS WERE INTERCEPTED BY THE  UNION BEFORE THE BATTLE OF ANTIETAM     ...
THIS IRONCLAD WAS BUILT FROM THE HULL OF THEFORMER USS MERRIMACK.                   BACK
LINCOLN THOUGHT THAT    THIS WAS ILLEGAL,PROMPTING HIM TO BRING THE SOUTH BACK TO THEUNION NO MATTER WHAT.                ...
THE GETTYSBURG  ADDRESS REMINDED EVERYONE THAT “FOURSCORE AND SEVEN YEARS AGO” IS ACTUALLY THIS     MANY YEARS.           ...
THE EMANCIPATION  PROCLAMATION DID NOT   HAVE ANY STANDING INKENTUCKY, DELAWARE, MAR       YLAND, AND   MISSOURI, WHICH AR...
THE EMANCIPATIONPROCLAMATION ALLOWED  FOR THESE PEOPLE TO  JOIN THE UNION ARMY.                   BACK
THE EMANCIPATIONPROCLAMATION WAS ISSUED AFTER THIS      BATTLE.                 BACK
ABRAHAM LINCOLN WASELECTED PRESIDENT FOR THE FIRST TIME IN THIS         YEAR.                    BACK
THIS WAS THE MAN THATLINCOLN FINALLY SETTLED  ON TO LEAD THE UNION          ARMY.                   BACK
LINCOLN WAITED TO ISSUE   THE EMANCIPATION  PROCLAMATION UNTIL  AFTER THIS “VICTORY.”                   BACK
AT GETTYSBURG, LINCOLNSAID THAT “GOVERNMENT OFTHE PEOPLE, FOR THE PEOPLE, AND BY THE PEOPLE” COULD        NOT DO THIS.    ...
THIS DEMOCRAT WAS DEFEATED BY LINCOLN   WHEN HE RAN FORPRESIDENT AGAIN IN 1864.                    BACK
CONGRESS PASSED THIS AMENDMENT TOWARD   THE END OF THEWAR, WHICH OUTLAWEDSLAVERY IN THE UNITED       STATES.              ...
THIS WAS DECLARED IN SOME OF THE BORDERSTATES TO KEEP ORDER.                   BACK
THE NORTH PASSED A TAX  ON THIS IN ORDER TO RAISE MONEY FOR THE         WAR.                   BACK
THIS WAS SUSPENDED  DURING THE WAR IN ORDER TO KEEP MEN FROM DESERTING ORTRYING TO UNDERMIND   THE UNION ARMY.            ...
ANY MAN SELECTED OUT     OF THIS WASAUTOMATICALLY IN THE        ARMY.                  BACK
FT. SUMTER WAS LOCATED      IN THIS STATE.                   BACK
TENNESSEE, NORTHCAROLINA, VIRGINIA, AND  THIS STATE WERE THE   LAST 4 TO JOIN THE     CONFEDERACY.                    BACK
DELAWARE, KENTUCKY, MARYLAND, AND THIS  STATE WERE THE 4   BORDER STATES.                 BACK
THE VITAL PORT OF NEWORLEANS IS LOCATED IN      THIS STATE.                   BACK
VICKSBURG IS LOCATED IN      THIS STATE.                    BACK
THIS WORD MEANS “TO LEAVE THE UNION.”                 BACK
THIS WAS THE NAME FOR ANAVAL FORCE BEING USED TO PREVENT ENTRY OR   EXIT FROM A PORT.                    BACK
THIS WORD MEANS “TO      SET FREE.”                 BACK
THESE SHIPS WERE THE  FUTURE OF NAVAL     WARFARE.                  BACK
THIS WORD WAS THEPROCESS FOR PUTTING THE COUNTRY BACK     TOGETHER.                 BACK
THIS HELPED MOVESUPPLIES AND TROOPS  MUCH QUICKER.                  BACK
THIS INVENTION, INSIDETHE BARRELS OF MOST       CIVIL WAR   GUNS, ALLOWED A  PROJECTILE TO FIRE    FURTTHER AND     STRAIG...
THIS DEVICE MADE    COMMUNICATION   QUICKER AND MORESECURE DURING THE CIVIL         WAR.                    BACK
UNION IRONCLADS HADONLY 2 GUNS, BUT THEY  HAD THIS ABILITY.                   BACK
THE HENRY “REPEATER”WAS AN EXAMPLE OF THIS.                    BACK
THOMAS “STONEWALL”    JACKSON GOT HISNICKNAME AT THE BATTLEOF BULL RUN, WHICH WAS LOCATED IN THIS STATE.                  ...
THIS MAN LEDCONFEDERATE TROOPS IN      THE EAST.                  BACK
THIS MAN LED ALL UNION FORCES AT THE END OF       THE WAR.                   BACK
THIS MAN LED THEFAMOUS CHARGE AT   GETTYSBURG.                BACK
THIS MAN WAS LINCOLN’S  FIRST CHOICE TO LEAD THE UNION ARMY IN THE    EAST, AND WAS HIS   CHOICE AGAIN RIGHT     BEFORE GR...
THE NORTH’S RELIANCE   ON THEIR LARGER  NETWORK OF THESE ALLOWED THE UNION  ARMY TO BE MORE       MOBILE.                 ...
WHILE THE SOUTH HADALL THE PLANTATIONS, FARMS IN THE NORTH GREW MORE OF THIS.                  BACK
IT WAS EASY TO “SEA”  THAT THE UNION HAD  FARM MORE OF THESETHAN THE CONFEDERACY.                   BACK
THE SOUTH HAD HOPEDFOR HELP FROM BRITAIN  OR THIS COUNTRY IN THEIR STRUGGLE WITH      THE UNION.                   BACK
GRANT’S STRATEGY OFTHROWING MEN AT LEE’SARMY WAS BASED ON THE FACT THAT THERE WERE  MORE OF THESE IN THE        NORTH.    ...
THE NORTH’S RELIANCE   ON THEIR LARGER  NETWORK OF THESE ALLOWED THE UNION  ARMY TO BE MORE       MOBILE.                 ...
THE UNION BATTLESTRATEGY TO CHOKE THE SOUTH AND CUT IT OFF  FROM SUPPLIES WAS     CALLED THIS.                  BACK
THIS WAS ONE OF THETWO MAJOR CASH CROPS  THE SOUTH SOLD TO    MAKE MONEY.                  BACK
110,000 OF 130,000 OFTHESE WERE LOCATED IN       THE NORTH.                    BACK
IT WAS ONE OF THE THINGS LEE HAD HOPED      TO FIND NEAR  GETTYSBURG, SINCEEVERYTHING WAS SCARCE      IN THE SOUTH.       ...
LINCOLN HAD HOPED THAT THE ADDITION OF  THESE TO THE UNIONARMY AND NAVY WOULDDEAL A STRONG BLOW TO   THE CONFEDERATE      ...
COPPERHEADS WERE  MEMBERS OF THISPOLITICAL PARTY IN THE       NORTH.                    BACK
CIVIL WAR SURGEONS  BECAME EXPERTS IN    PERFORMING THIS OPERATION. HOPEFULLYTHEY DIDN’T HAVE TO PAY  AN AND A LEG FOR IT....
LINCOLN GAVE HISGETTYSBURG ADDRESS INORDER TO DEDICATE THIS.                    BACK
THIS WAS ABRAHAMLINCOLN’S SECOND VICE PRESIDENT. HANNIBAL HAMLIN WAS HIS FIRST.                   BACK
THE CONFEDERACY’S  FIRST IRONCLAD WASNAMED AFTER THIS STATE.                    BACK
CONGRESS PASSED THIS AMENDMENT TOWARD THE END OF THE WAR,  WHICH OUTLAWEDSLAVERY IN THE UNITED       STATES.              ...
UNION
THIS UNION GENERAL’S SAVAGE TREATMENT OF THESOUTH IS EVEN MORE IRONICBECAUSE HIS MIDDLE NAME       IS TECUMSEH.
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Civil War Jeopardy

  1. 1. Rules: 1. You must answer in the form of a question 2. No blurting out of answers 3. If you are wrong, you lose the amount of money the question was worth. 4. If you are right you get that money.5. There are also daily doubles that you can wager up to the amount of money you have.
  2. 2. CIVIL WARBATTLES
  3. 3. CIVIL WARTECHNOLOGY
  4. 4. LAWS ANDSPEECHES
  5. 5. ABRAHAMLINCOLN
  6. 6. CIVIL WARVOCABULARY
  7. 7. CIVIL WAR STATES
  8. 8. CIVIL CIVIL LAWS ABRAHA CIVIL CIVIL WAR WAR AND M WAR WARBATTLES TECHNO SPEECH LINCOLN VOCABU STATES LOGY ES LARY$200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200$400 $400 $400 $400 $400 $400$600 $600 $600 $600 $600 $600$800 $800 $800 $800 $800 $800$1000 $1000 $1000 $1000 $1000 $1000 DOUBLE FINAL
  9. 9. CIVIL WARVOCABLUARY
  10. 10. CIVIL WARTECHNOLOGY
  11. 11. CIVIL WARLEADERS
  12. 12. WARTIMEADVANTAGES
  13. 13. CIVIL WARECONOMICS
  14. 14. WILD CARD
  15. 15. CIVIL CIVIL WAR CIVIL WARTIM CIVIL WILD WAR TECHNOLO WAR E WAR CARDVOCABU GY LEADER ADVANT ECONOM LARY S AGES ICS$400 $400 $400 $400 $400 $400$800 $800 $800 $800 $800 $800$1200 $1200 $1200 $1200 $1200 $1200$1600 $1600 $1600 $1600 $1600 $1600$2000 $2000 $2000 $2000 $2000 $2000 FINAL
  16. 16. THIS WAS THE FIRSTMAJOR BATTLE OF THE CIVIL WAR. BACK
  17. 17. ULYSSES S. GRANTCAPTURED THE ENTIREMISSISSIPI RIVER AFTERLAYING SIEGE TO THIS TOWN. BACK
  18. 18. THIS BATTLE TOOK PLACE IN PENNSYLVANIA BACK
  19. 19. THIS BATTLE SAW THEBLOODIEST DAY OF THE CIVIL WAR. BACK
  20. 20. THE PENSINSULACAMPAIGN STARTED IN YORKTOWN IN THISCONFEDERATE STATE. BACK
  21. 21. THIS NEW BULLET INVENTED IN FRANCECOULD SHATTER EVENTHE LARGEST BONES IN THE BODY. BACK
  22. 22. THE CIVIL WAR SAW THEFIRST WARTIME USE OF THESE, WHICH HAD A TELEGRAPH LINEATTACHED BETWEEN IT AND THE GROUND. BACK
  23. 23. THE WET PLATE PROCESSALLOWED FOR QUICKERDEVELOPMENT OF THESE BY JOURNALISTS COVERING THE WAR. BACK
  24. 24. THIS GENERAL FAILED TOUSE THE TELEGRAPH AND HIS ORDERS WERE INTERCEPTED BY THE UNION BEFORE THE BATTLE OF ANTIETAM BACK
  25. 25. THIS IRONCLAD WAS BUILT FROM THE HULL OF THEFORMER USS MERRIMACK. BACK
  26. 26. LINCOLN THOUGHT THAT THIS WAS ILLEGAL,PROMPTING HIM TO BRING THE SOUTH BACK TO THEUNION NO MATTER WHAT. BACK
  27. 27. THE GETTYSBURG ADDRESS REMINDED EVERYONE THAT “FOURSCORE AND SEVEN YEARS AGO” IS ACTUALLY THIS MANY YEARS. BACK
  28. 28. THE EMANCIPATION PROCLAMATION DID NOT HAVE ANY STANDING INKENTUCKY, DELAWARE, MAR YLAND, AND MISSOURI, WHICH ARE COLLECTIVELY KNOWN AS THIS. BACK
  29. 29. THE EMANCIPATIONPROCLAMATION ALLOWED FOR THESE PEOPLE TO JOIN THE UNION ARMY. BACK
  30. 30. THE EMANCIPATIONPROCLAMATION WAS ISSUED AFTER THIS BATTLE. BACK
  31. 31. ABRAHAM LINCOLN WASELECTED PRESIDENT FOR THE FIRST TIME IN THIS YEAR. BACK
  32. 32. THIS WAS THE MAN THATLINCOLN FINALLY SETTLED ON TO LEAD THE UNION ARMY. BACK
  33. 33. LINCOLN WAITED TO ISSUE THE EMANCIPATION PROCLAMATION UNTIL AFTER THIS “VICTORY.” BACK
  34. 34. AT GETTYSBURG, LINCOLNSAID THAT “GOVERNMENT OFTHE PEOPLE, FOR THE PEOPLE, AND BY THE PEOPLE” COULD NOT DO THIS. BACK
  35. 35. THIS DEMOCRAT WAS DEFEATED BY LINCOLN WHEN HE RAN FORPRESIDENT AGAIN IN 1864. BACK
  36. 36. CONGRESS PASSED THIS AMENDMENT TOWARD THE END OF THEWAR, WHICH OUTLAWEDSLAVERY IN THE UNITED STATES. BACK
  37. 37. THIS WAS DECLARED IN SOME OF THE BORDERSTATES TO KEEP ORDER. BACK
  38. 38. THE NORTH PASSED A TAX ON THIS IN ORDER TO RAISE MONEY FOR THE WAR. BACK
  39. 39. THIS WAS SUSPENDED DURING THE WAR IN ORDER TO KEEP MEN FROM DESERTING ORTRYING TO UNDERMIND THE UNION ARMY. BACK
  40. 40. ANY MAN SELECTED OUT OF THIS WASAUTOMATICALLY IN THE ARMY. BACK
  41. 41. FT. SUMTER WAS LOCATED IN THIS STATE. BACK
  42. 42. TENNESSEE, NORTHCAROLINA, VIRGINIA, AND THIS STATE WERE THE LAST 4 TO JOIN THE CONFEDERACY. BACK
  43. 43. DELAWARE, KENTUCKY, MARYLAND, AND THIS STATE WERE THE 4 BORDER STATES. BACK
  44. 44. THE VITAL PORT OF NEWORLEANS IS LOCATED IN THIS STATE. BACK
  45. 45. VICKSBURG IS LOCATED IN THIS STATE. BACK
  46. 46. THIS WORD MEANS “TO LEAVE THE UNION.” BACK
  47. 47. THIS WAS THE NAME FOR ANAVAL FORCE BEING USED TO PREVENT ENTRY OR EXIT FROM A PORT. BACK
  48. 48. THIS WORD MEANS “TO SET FREE.” BACK
  49. 49. THESE SHIPS WERE THE FUTURE OF NAVAL WARFARE. BACK
  50. 50. THIS WORD WAS THEPROCESS FOR PUTTING THE COUNTRY BACK TOGETHER. BACK
  51. 51. THIS HELPED MOVESUPPLIES AND TROOPS MUCH QUICKER. BACK
  52. 52. THIS INVENTION, INSIDETHE BARRELS OF MOST CIVIL WAR GUNS, ALLOWED A PROJECTILE TO FIRE FURTTHER AND STRAIGHTER. BACK
  53. 53. THIS DEVICE MADE COMMUNICATION QUICKER AND MORESECURE DURING THE CIVIL WAR. BACK
  54. 54. UNION IRONCLADS HADONLY 2 GUNS, BUT THEY HAD THIS ABILITY. BACK
  55. 55. THE HENRY “REPEATER”WAS AN EXAMPLE OF THIS. BACK
  56. 56. THOMAS “STONEWALL” JACKSON GOT HISNICKNAME AT THE BATTLEOF BULL RUN, WHICH WAS LOCATED IN THIS STATE. BACK
  57. 57. THIS MAN LEDCONFEDERATE TROOPS IN THE EAST. BACK
  58. 58. THIS MAN LED ALL UNION FORCES AT THE END OF THE WAR. BACK
  59. 59. THIS MAN LED THEFAMOUS CHARGE AT GETTYSBURG. BACK
  60. 60. THIS MAN WAS LINCOLN’S FIRST CHOICE TO LEAD THE UNION ARMY IN THE EAST, AND WAS HIS CHOICE AGAIN RIGHT BEFORE GRANT. BACK
  61. 61. THE NORTH’S RELIANCE ON THEIR LARGER NETWORK OF THESE ALLOWED THE UNION ARMY TO BE MORE MOBILE. BACK
  62. 62. WHILE THE SOUTH HADALL THE PLANTATIONS, FARMS IN THE NORTH GREW MORE OF THIS. BACK
  63. 63. IT WAS EASY TO “SEA” THAT THE UNION HAD FARM MORE OF THESETHAN THE CONFEDERACY. BACK
  64. 64. THE SOUTH HAD HOPEDFOR HELP FROM BRITAIN OR THIS COUNTRY IN THEIR STRUGGLE WITH THE UNION. BACK
  65. 65. GRANT’S STRATEGY OFTHROWING MEN AT LEE’SARMY WAS BASED ON THE FACT THAT THERE WERE MORE OF THESE IN THE NORTH. BACK
  66. 66. THE NORTH’S RELIANCE ON THEIR LARGER NETWORK OF THESE ALLOWED THE UNION ARMY TO BE MORE MOBILE. BACK
  67. 67. THE UNION BATTLESTRATEGY TO CHOKE THE SOUTH AND CUT IT OFF FROM SUPPLIES WAS CALLED THIS. BACK
  68. 68. THIS WAS ONE OF THETWO MAJOR CASH CROPS THE SOUTH SOLD TO MAKE MONEY. BACK
  69. 69. 110,000 OF 130,000 OFTHESE WERE LOCATED IN THE NORTH. BACK
  70. 70. IT WAS ONE OF THE THINGS LEE HAD HOPED TO FIND NEAR GETTYSBURG, SINCEEVERYTHING WAS SCARCE IN THE SOUTH. BACK
  71. 71. LINCOLN HAD HOPED THAT THE ADDITION OF THESE TO THE UNIONARMY AND NAVY WOULDDEAL A STRONG BLOW TO THE CONFEDERATE ECONOMY. BACK
  72. 72. COPPERHEADS WERE MEMBERS OF THISPOLITICAL PARTY IN THE NORTH. BACK
  73. 73. CIVIL WAR SURGEONS BECAME EXPERTS IN PERFORMING THIS OPERATION. HOPEFULLYTHEY DIDN’T HAVE TO PAY AN AND A LEG FOR IT. BACK
  74. 74. LINCOLN GAVE HISGETTYSBURG ADDRESS INORDER TO DEDICATE THIS. BACK
  75. 75. THIS WAS ABRAHAMLINCOLN’S SECOND VICE PRESIDENT. HANNIBAL HAMLIN WAS HIS FIRST. BACK
  76. 76. THE CONFEDERACY’S FIRST IRONCLAD WASNAMED AFTER THIS STATE. BACK
  77. 77. CONGRESS PASSED THIS AMENDMENT TOWARD THE END OF THE WAR, WHICH OUTLAWEDSLAVERY IN THE UNITED STATES. BACK
  78. 78. UNION
  79. 79. THIS UNION GENERAL’S SAVAGE TREATMENT OF THESOUTH IS EVEN MORE IRONICBECAUSE HIS MIDDLE NAME IS TECUMSEH.

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