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WHAT AM I?
WHO AM I?
BENCHMARK REVIEW
SOL’S 1.8a,b,c,d
&
SOL’S 1.9a,b,c
What Am I?
• Alabama
• Arkansas
• Florida
• Georgia
• Louisiana
• Mississippi
• North Carolina
• South Carolina
• Tennesse...
I Am…
• Slave States
• The South
• The Confederate States
of America
What Am I?
• Occurred in 1803
• Bought from France
• Happened when Thomas Jefferson was
President
• Meriwether Lewis and W...
I Am…
The Louisiana Purchase
What Am I?
• One of the 5 territories acquired by the U.S.
• Acquired with the Onis-Adams Treaty of 1819
• Acquired it fro...
I Am…
• Florida
What Am I?
• There are four
• Slave states
• Remained in the Union
I Am…
• Border States
What Am I?
• California
• Connecticut
• Illinois
• Indiana
• Iowa
• Kansas
• Maine
• Massachusetts
• Michigan
• Minnesota
...
I Am…
• North
• Free states
• Union
What Am I?
• Led by strong women who began their
campaign before the Civil War and continued
after the war ended
• Declare...
I Am…
• The Suffrage Movement
What Am I?
• Leaders included both men and women
• Demanded immediate freeing of slaves
• Felt slavery was morally wrong, ...
I Am…
• Abolitionist Movement
What Am I?
• One of the new territories gained by the U.S.
after 1801
• Became an independent republic
I Am…
• Texas
What Am I?
• Time period
• Many people migrated during this time
• The Abolitionist and Suffrage Movements
began
• The U.S...
I Am…
• Westward Expansion Era
What Am I?
• Increased the production of cotton
• Increased the need for slave labor
• Invented by Eli Whitney
I Am…
• Cotton gin
What Am I?
• Provided faster river transportation
• Connected Southern farms and plantations to
Northern industries
• Inve...
I Am…
• Steamboat
What Am I?
• One of the 5 territories added to the U.S. after
1801
• Located in the northwest
• Divided between the U.S. a...
I Am…
• Oregon Territory
What Am I?
• Specific time period
• War
• 1861-1865
• Disagreements over cultural
issues, constitutional issues, and econo...
I Am…
• The Civil War
What Am I?
• Increased the productivity of the American
farmer
• Invented by Cyrus McCormick and Jo
Anderson
I Am…
• The reaper
What Am I?
• One of the 5 territories added to the U.S. after
1801
• Gained this territory as a result of a war with
Mexico
I Am…
• California and the Southwest Territory
What Am I?
• Invention
• Provided faster land transportation
I Am…
• Steam locomotive
What Am I?
• Overland trails
• Allowed people to migrate westward
I Am…
• Oregon and Santa Fe Trails
What Am I?
• Many people flocked to California
• Earned the nickname “49ers”
• In search of a precious metal
I Am…
• California Gold Rush
Who Am I?
• I was an abolitionist leader
• I was an escaped slave
• I was the most famous conductor of the
Underground Rai...
I Am…
• Harriet Tubman
Who Am I?
• I was an inventor
• My invention connected Southern farms and
plantations to Northern industries
• My inventio...
I Am…
• Robert Fulton
Who Am I?
• I was an inventor
• My invention increased cotton production
• My invention also increased the need for slave
...
I Am…
• Eli Whitney
Who Am I?
• I was a leader during the Civil War
• I supported secession
• I was the President of the Confederate States
of...
I Am…
• Jefferson Davis
Who Am I?
• I was an abolitionist leader
• I printed a newspaper
• I was one of the first white abolitionists
I Am…
• William Lloyd Garrison
Who Are We?
• We set off on a two year trek to explore
land recently acquired by the United
States
• We explored the terri...
We Are…
• Meriwether Lewis and William Clark
Who Am I?
• I was an abolitionist leader
• I was an escaped slave
• I was a great public speaker
• I printed a newspaper c...
I Am…
• Frederick Douglass
Who Are We?
• We are known for an invention
• One of us was a slave
• Our invention increased the productivity of
the Amer...
We Are…
• Cyrus McCormick and Jo Anderson (no picture
found)
Who Are We?
• We believed women were deprived of their
basic rights
• We worked to earn women the right to vote
• We were ...
We Are…
• Isabel Sojourner Truth, Susan B. Anthony, and
Elizabeth Cady Stanton
Who Am I?
• I opposed the spread of slavery
• I issued the Emancipation Proclamation
• I was determined to preserve the Un...
I Am…
• Abraham Lincoln
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  1. 1. WHAT AM I? WHO AM I? BENCHMARK REVIEW SOL’S 1.8a,b,c,d & SOL’S 1.9a,b,c
  2. 2. What Am I? • Alabama • Arkansas • Florida • Georgia • Louisiana • Mississippi • North Carolina • South Carolina • Tennessee • Texas • Virginia
  3. 3. I Am… • Slave States • The South • The Confederate States of America
  4. 4. What Am I? • Occurred in 1803 • Bought from France • Happened when Thomas Jefferson was President • Meriwether Lewis and William Clark explored it
  5. 5. I Am… The Louisiana Purchase
  6. 6. What Am I? • One of the 5 territories acquired by the U.S. • Acquired with the Onis-Adams Treaty of 1819 • Acquired it from Spain
  7. 7. I Am… • Florida
  8. 8. What Am I? • There are four • Slave states • Remained in the Union
  9. 9. I Am… • Border States
  10. 10. What Am I? • California • Connecticut • Illinois • Indiana • Iowa • Kansas • Maine • Massachusetts • Michigan • Minnesota • New Hampshire • New York • New Jersey • Ohio • Oregon • Pennsylvania • Rhode Island • Vermont • West Virginia • Wisconsin
  11. 11. I Am… • North • Free states • Union
  12. 12. What Am I? • Led by strong women who began their campaign before the Civil War and continued after the war ended • Declared “all men and women were created equal” • Believed women were denied basic rights such as the right to vote, educational opportunities, equal opportunities in business, and limited in rights to own property
  13. 13. I Am… • The Suffrage Movement
  14. 14. What Am I? • Leaders included both men and women • Demanded immediate freeing of slaves • Felt slavery was morally wrong, cruel, inhumane, and a violation of democracy
  15. 15. I Am… • Abolitionist Movement
  16. 16. What Am I? • One of the new territories gained by the U.S. after 1801 • Became an independent republic
  17. 17. I Am… • Texas
  18. 18. What Am I? • Time period • Many people migrated during this time • The Abolitionist and Suffrage Movements began • The U.S. acquired 5 new territories during this time frame
  19. 19. I Am… • Westward Expansion Era
  20. 20. What Am I? • Increased the production of cotton • Increased the need for slave labor • Invented by Eli Whitney
  21. 21. I Am… • Cotton gin
  22. 22. What Am I? • Provided faster river transportation • Connected Southern farms and plantations to Northern industries • Invented by Robert Fulton
  23. 23. I Am… • Steamboat
  24. 24. What Am I? • One of the 5 territories added to the U.S. after 1801 • Located in the northwest • Divided between the U.S. and Great Britain
  25. 25. I Am… • Oregon Territory
  26. 26. What Am I? • Specific time period • War • 1861-1865 • Disagreements over cultural issues, constitutional issues, and economic issues • Country was divided in two • Disagreements over slavery
  27. 27. I Am… • The Civil War
  28. 28. What Am I? • Increased the productivity of the American farmer • Invented by Cyrus McCormick and Jo Anderson
  29. 29. I Am… • The reaper
  30. 30. What Am I? • One of the 5 territories added to the U.S. after 1801 • Gained this territory as a result of a war with Mexico
  31. 31. I Am… • California and the Southwest Territory
  32. 32. What Am I? • Invention • Provided faster land transportation
  33. 33. I Am… • Steam locomotive
  34. 34. What Am I? • Overland trails • Allowed people to migrate westward
  35. 35. I Am… • Oregon and Santa Fe Trails
  36. 36. What Am I? • Many people flocked to California • Earned the nickname “49ers” • In search of a precious metal
  37. 37. I Am… • California Gold Rush
  38. 38. Who Am I? • I was an abolitionist leader • I was an escaped slave • I was the most famous conductor of the Underground Railroad
  39. 39. I Am… • Harriet Tubman
  40. 40. Who Am I? • I was an inventor • My invention connected Southern farms and plantations to Northern industries • My invention provided faster river transportation • I invented the steamboat
  41. 41. I Am… • Robert Fulton
  42. 42. Who Am I? • I was an inventor • My invention increased cotton production • My invention also increased the need for slave labor
  43. 43. I Am… • Eli Whitney
  44. 44. Who Am I? • I was a leader during the Civil War • I supported secession • I was the President of the Confederate States of America
  45. 45. I Am… • Jefferson Davis
  46. 46. Who Am I? • I was an abolitionist leader • I printed a newspaper • I was one of the first white abolitionists
  47. 47. I Am… • William Lloyd Garrison
  48. 48. Who Are We? • We set off on a two year trek to explore land recently acquired by the United States • We explored the territory that doubled the size of the United States • Thomas Jefferson sent us on our mission
  49. 49. We Are… • Meriwether Lewis and William Clark
  50. 50. Who Am I? • I was an abolitionist leader • I was an escaped slave • I was a great public speaker • I printed a newspaper called The North Star
  51. 51. I Am… • Frederick Douglass
  52. 52. Who Are We? • We are known for an invention • One of us was a slave • Our invention increased the productivity of the American farmer • Our invention was the reaper
  53. 53. We Are… • Cyrus McCormick and Jo Anderson (no picture found)
  54. 54. Who Are We? • We believed women were deprived of their basic rights • We worked to earn women the right to vote • We were important leaders of the Suffrage Movement
  55. 55. We Are… • Isabel Sojourner Truth, Susan B. Anthony, and Elizabeth Cady Stanton
  56. 56. Who Am I? • I opposed the spread of slavery • I issued the Emancipation Proclamation • I was determined to preserve the Union-even if I had to use force • I believed the United States was one nation, not a collection of independent states • I wrote the Gettysburg Address • I was the 16th president of the United States
  57. 57. I Am… • Abraham Lincoln
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