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FINAL JEOPARDY <ul><li>Great Britain’s Economic Colonial Policy </li></ul>
Final Jeopardy <ul><li>Prime Minister Robert Walpole’s policy in dealing with the American colonies. He was primarily conc...
Colonies - $100 <ul><li>King Charles gave the Puritans a right to settle and govern this colony. The colony established po...
Colonies - $200 <ul><li>This colony’s success revolved around the  raising and exporting tobacco  </li></ul>C1-$200 Virginia
Colonies - $300 <ul><li>This colony would provide a haven for Quakers and allowed religious freedom </li></ul>C1-$300 Penn...
Colonies - $400 <ul><li>Formed as a colony where Catholics would be free from persecution.  </li></ul>C1-$400 Maryland
Colonies - $500 <ul><li>Formed by Roger Williams to provide a haven for all persecuted religions, including all Christian ...
Great Awakening - $100 <ul><li>Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God  was one of his fiery sermons about sin and the tormen...
Great Awakening - $200 <ul><li>Ordered by Lord Baltimore after a Protestant was made governor of Maryland at the demand of...
Great Awakening - $300 <ul><li>Founded the colony of Maryland and offered religious freedom to all Christian colonists. He...
Great Awakening - $400 <ul><li>This group of people focused on the following ideas during their talks </li></ul><ul><li>Th...
Great Awakening - $500 <ul><li>The &quot;First Great Awakening&quot; can be seen as a direct response to which major intel...
Articles of Confederation - $100 <ul><li>The national government had limited money because of the inability to  </li></ul>...
Articles of Confederation - $200 <ul><li>This end to the Revolutionary War was a great achievement </li></ul>C3-$200 Treat...
Articles of Confederation - $300 <ul><li>This process to amend the Articles of Confederations made needed adjustments impo...
Articles of Confederation - $400 <ul><li>Defined the process by which territories could become states </li></ul>C3-$400 No...
Articles of Confederation - $500 <ul><li>This event demonstrated that the national government was weak to enforce domestic...
French and Indian War - $100 <ul><li>Treaty between Britain, France, and Spain, which ended the Seven Years War (and the F...
French and Indian War - $200 <ul><li>This nation was essentially kicked out of North America leaving Britain as the domina...
French and Indian War - $300 <ul><li>When he was 22 years old he and his fellow Virginians suffered a crushing defeat in t...
DAILY DOUBLE
French and Indian War - $400 <ul><li>During the French and Indian War, Benjamin Franklin wrote this proposal for a unified...
French and Indian War - $500 <ul><li>As a result of the British victory in the war, they raised these in the colonies </li...
Acts - $100 <ul><li>This 1765 Act imposed a tax on documents and printed items such as wills, newspapers, and playing card...
Acts - $200 <ul><li>Passed at the same time that the Stamp Act was repealed, this 1766 Act declared that Parliament had th...
Acts - $300 <ul><li>These harsh acts, passed in 1774 as a response to the Boston Tea Party, included the Boston Port Act, ...
Acts - $400 <ul><li>March 24, 1765 - Required the colonials to provide food, lodging, and supplies for the British troops ...
Acts - $500 <ul><li>A series of British regulations which taxed goods imported by the colonies from places other than Brit...
Colonial Governments - $100 <ul><li>The first agreement for self-government in America. It was signed by 41 men and set up...
Colonial Governments - $200 <ul><li>Helped found and govern Jamestown. His leadership and strict discipline helped the Vir...
Colonial Governments - $300 <ul><li>This Pilgrim document is most useful in studying the development of democratic institu...
Colonial Governments - $400 <ul><li>This was British legal doctrine governing the inheritance of property that required a ...
Colonial Governments - $500 <ul><li>This was the first written constitution in North America.  The origins of constitution...
Colonies Part Deux- $200 <ul><li>The survival of the Jamestown colony can be most directly attributed to the development o...
Colonies Part Deux- $400 <ul><li>Conflict between large plantation owners and settlers on the western frontier describes a...
Colonies Part Deux- $600 <ul><li>This was the first elected legislative assembly in the New World which  came to represent...
Colonies Part Deux- $800 <ul><li>The rehabilitation of prisoners was the primary reason for the creation of this colony </...
Colonies Part Deux- $1000 <ul><li>Which colony required each community of 50 or more families to provide a teacher of read...
Road to Revolution- $200 <ul><li>This set a boundary along the crest of the Appalachians beyond which the English colonist...
Road to Revolution- $400 <ul><li>Great Britain’s victory in the French and Indian War caused the British government to inc...
Road to Revolution- $600 <ul><li>This pamphlet defended the idea of American Independence on the grounds that people shoul...
Road to Revolution- $800 <ul><li>As a result of the passage of the Intolerable Act, the colonist formed this legislative b...
Road to Revolution- $1000 <ul><li>A radical political organization for colonial independence which formed in 1765 after th...
Road to Revolution II - $200 <ul><li>The colonials hated the British soldiers in the colonies because the worked for very ...
Road to Revolution II - $400 <ul><li>British ships carrying tea sailed into Boston Harbor and refused to leave until the c...
Road to Revolution II - $600 <ul><li>It met in 1776 and drafted and signed the Declaration of Independence, which justifie...
Road to Revolution II - $800 <ul><li>This was the British response to the Colonist’s rallying cry of “taxation without rep...
Road to Revolution II - $1000 <ul><li>These started as groups of private citizens in Massachusetts, Rhode Island and New Y...
English Policies   - $200 <ul><li>Its chief purpose was to strengthen the economy and power of the parent country </li></u...
DAILY DOUBLE
English Policies  - $400 <ul><li>In the last quarter of the 17 th  century, what increased rapidly to assist with agricult...
English Policies  - $600 <ul><li>What 1764 act represented a major shift in British policy toward the colonies in that, fo...
English Policies  - $800 <ul><li>The British government combined the colonies of Massachusetts, Rhode Island, New Hampshir...
English Policies  - $1000 <ul><li>These were parcels of land consisting of about 50 acres were given to colonists who brou...
Colonial Society - $200 <ul><li>Which section of colonies did religion play a prominent role in its daily life </li></ul>N...
Colonial Society - $400 <ul><li>What happened to colonial era women’s property when she became married? </li></ul>She lost...
Colonial Society - $600 <ul><li>A “God” created a universe governed by natural law is the belief of  </li></ul>Diesm
Colonial Society - $800 <ul><li>Settlers who established the British colony in Virginia during the 17th century were prima...
Colonial Society - $1000 <ul><li>What enabled the poor of England the prospect to seek economic opportunities in the colon...
Constitution - $200 <ul><li>This was the main purpose of the 2 nd  Amendment </li></ul>The Right to Bear Arms
Constitution - $400 <ul><li>This was added to protect the rights not specified in the Constitution   </li></ul>Bill of Rig...
Constitution - $600 <ul><li>The United States Constitution provided Congress the ability to do this to raise revenue </li>...
Constitution   - $800 Anti-Federalists They opposed the Constitution because they thought it gave the federal government t...
DAILY DOUBLE
Constitution - $1000 <ul><li>The Constitution originally had Senators and the President elected in this process </li></ul>...
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AP United States History Jeopardy unit one

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AP United States History Jeopardy unit one

  1. 1. Jeopardy! Begin
  2. 2. $100 $100 $100 $100 $100 $100 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $300 $300 $300 $300 $300 $300 $400 $400 $400 $400 $400 $400 $500 $500 $500 $500 $500 $500 Great Awakening Articles Of Confederation French and Indian War Acts Colonial Governments Colonies
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  4. 4. FINAL JEOPARDY <ul><li>Great Britain’s Economic Colonial Policy </li></ul>
  5. 5. Final Jeopardy <ul><li>Prime Minister Robert Walpole’s policy in dealing with the American colonies. He was primarily concerned with British affairs and believed that unrestricted trade in the colonies would be more profitable for England than would taxation of the colonies. </li></ul>C1-$100 Salutary Neglect
  6. 6. Colonies - $100 <ul><li>King Charles gave the Puritans a right to settle and govern this colony. The colony established political freedom and a representative government </li></ul>C1-$100 Massachusetts Bay Colony
  7. 7. Colonies - $200 <ul><li>This colony’s success revolved around the raising and exporting tobacco </li></ul>C1-$200 Virginia
  8. 8. Colonies - $300 <ul><li>This colony would provide a haven for Quakers and allowed religious freedom </li></ul>C1-$300 Pennsylvania
  9. 9. Colonies - $400 <ul><li>Formed as a colony where Catholics would be free from persecution. </li></ul>C1-$400 Maryland
  10. 10. Colonies - $500 <ul><li>Formed by Roger Williams to provide a haven for all persecuted religions, including all Christian denominations and Jews </li></ul>C1-$500 Rhode Island
  11. 11. Great Awakening - $100 <ul><li>Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God was one of his fiery sermons about sin and the torments of hell </li></ul>C2-$100 Jonathon Edwards
  12. 12. Great Awakening - $200 <ul><li>Ordered by Lord Baltimore after a Protestant was made governor of Maryland at the demand of the colony's large Protestant population. In 1649, this act guaranteed religious freedom to all Christians. </li></ul>C2-$200 Maryland Act of Toleration (Act of Religious Toleration)
  13. 13. Great Awakening - $300 <ul><li>Founded the colony of Maryland and offered religious freedom to all Christian colonists. He did so because he knew that members of his own religion (Catholicism) would be a minority in the colony. </li></ul>C2-$300 Lord Baltimore
  14. 14. Great Awakening - $400 <ul><li>This group of people focused on the following ideas during their talks </li></ul><ul><li>The consequences of leading a sinful life </li></ul><ul><li>The sovereignty and power of God </li></ul><ul><li>Repenting of one’s sins in order to be saved from eternal damnation </li></ul><ul><li>Looking to the Bible as the final source of authority </li></ul>C2-$400 Preachers Ministers
  15. 15. Great Awakening - $500 <ul><li>The &quot;First Great Awakening&quot; can be seen as a direct response to which major intellectual movement </li></ul>C2-$500 Enlightenment
  16. 16. Articles of Confederation - $100 <ul><li>The national government had limited money because of the inability to </li></ul>C3-$100 Tax
  17. 17. Articles of Confederation - $200 <ul><li>This end to the Revolutionary War was a great achievement </li></ul>C3-$200 Treaty of Paris
  18. 18. Articles of Confederation - $300 <ul><li>This process to amend the Articles of Confederations made needed adjustments impossible </li></ul>C3-$300 A Unanimous Vote
  19. 19. Articles of Confederation - $400 <ul><li>Defined the process by which territories could become states </li></ul>C3-$400 Northwest Ordinance of 1787
  20. 20. Articles of Confederation - $500 <ul><li>This event demonstrated that the national government was weak to enforce domestic insurgences </li></ul>C3-$500 Shay's Rebellion
  21. 21. French and Indian War - $100 <ul><li>Treaty between Britain, France, and Spain, which ended the Seven Years War (and the French and Indian War). France lost Canada, the land east of the Mississippi, some Caribbean islands and India to Britain </li></ul>C4-$100 Treaty of Paris
  22. 22. French and Indian War - $200 <ul><li>This nation was essentially kicked out of North America leaving Britain as the dominate power </li></ul>C3-200 France
  23. 23. French and Indian War - $300 <ul><li>When he was 22 years old he and his fellow Virginians suffered a crushing defeat in the first battle of the War </li></ul>C3-$300 George Washington
  24. 24. DAILY DOUBLE
  25. 25. French and Indian War - $400 <ul><li>During the French and Indian War, Benjamin Franklin wrote this proposal for a unified colonial government, which would operate under the authority of the British government </li></ul>C3-$400 Albany Plan of Union
  26. 26. French and Indian War - $500 <ul><li>As a result of the British victory in the war, they raised these in the colonies </li></ul>C3-$500 Taxes
  27. 27. Acts - $100 <ul><li>This 1765 Act imposed a tax on documents and printed items such as wills, newspapers, and playing cards </li></ul>C4-$100 Stamp Act
  28. 28. Acts - $200 <ul><li>Passed at the same time that the Stamp Act was repealed, this 1766 Act declared that Parliament had the power to tax the colonies both internally and externally, and had absolute power over the colonial legislatures. </li></ul>C4-$200 Declaratory Act
  29. 29. Acts - $300 <ul><li>These harsh acts, passed in 1774 as a response to the Boston Tea Party, included the Boston Port Act, shut down Boston Harbor; and the Massachusetts Government Act, which disbanded the Boston Assembly </li></ul>C4-$300 Coercive Acts / Intolerable Acts / Repressive Acts
  30. 30. Acts - $400 <ul><li>March 24, 1765 - Required the colonials to provide food, lodging, and supplies for the British troops in the colonies. </li></ul>C4-$400 Quartering Act
  31. 31. Acts - $500 <ul><li>A series of British regulations which taxed goods imported by the colonies from places other than Britain, or otherwise sought to control and regulate colonial trade. Increased British-colonial trade and tax revenues. </li></ul>C4-$500 Navigation Acts
  32. 32. Colonial Governments - $100 <ul><li>The first agreement for self-government in America. It was signed by 41 men and set up a government for the Plymouth colony. </li></ul>C4-$100 Mayflower Compact
  33. 33. Colonial Governments - $200 <ul><li>Helped found and govern Jamestown. His leadership and strict discipline helped the Virginia colony get through the difficult first winter. </li></ul>C4-$200 John Smith
  34. 34. Colonial Governments - $300 <ul><li>This Pilgrim document is most useful in studying the development of democratic institutions in the early colonial period </li></ul>C4-$300 Mayflower Compact
  35. 35. Colonial Governments - $400 <ul><li>This was British legal doctrine governing the inheritance of property that required a man’s real property pass in its entirety to his oldest son </li></ul>C4-$400 Primogeniture
  36. 36. Colonial Governments - $500 <ul><li>This was the first written constitution in North America. The origins of constitutional government in colonial America </li></ul>C4-$500 Fundamental Orders of Connecticut
  37. 37. Colonies Part Deux- $200 <ul><li>The survival of the Jamestown colony can be most directly attributed to the development of this crop </li></ul>Tobacco
  38. 38. Colonies Part Deux- $400 <ul><li>Conflict between large plantation owners and settlers on the western frontier describes a problem in this colony in the late 1600s </li></ul>Virginia
  39. 39. Colonies Part Deux- $600 <ul><li>This was the first elected legislative assembly in the New World which came to represent the official legislative body of the colony of Virginia </li></ul>House of Burgesses
  40. 40. Colonies Part Deux- $800 <ul><li>The rehabilitation of prisoners was the primary reason for the creation of this colony </li></ul>Georgia
  41. 41. Colonies Part Deux- $1000 <ul><li>Which colony required each community of 50 or more families to provide a teacher of reading and writing </li></ul>Massachusetts
  42. 42. Road to Revolution- $200 <ul><li>This set a boundary along the crest of the Appalachians beyond which the English colonists were forbidden to settle. </li></ul>Proclamation of 1763
  43. 43. Road to Revolution- $400 <ul><li>Great Britain’s victory in the French and Indian War caused the British government to increase these revenue generating measures </li></ul>Taxes
  44. 44. Road to Revolution- $600 <ul><li>This pamphlet defended the idea of American Independence on the grounds that people should not pledge allegiance to a king and a corrupt government </li></ul>Common Sense
  45. 45. Road to Revolution- $800 <ul><li>As a result of the passage of the Intolerable Act, the colonist formed this legislative body that planned through the permanent committees of correspondence, which kept the local colonial governments in communication with one another as their common opposition to Britain grew. </li></ul>First Continental Congress
  46. 46. Road to Revolution- $1000 <ul><li>A radical political organization for colonial independence which formed in 1765 after the passage of the Stamp Act. They incited riots and burned the customs houses where the stamped British paper was kept. After the repeal of the Stamp Act, many of the local chapters formed the Committees of Correspondence which continued to promote opposition to British policies towards the colonies. The leaders included Samuel Adams and Paul Revere. </li></ul>Sons of Liberty
  47. 47. Road to Revolution II - $200 <ul><li>The colonials hated the British soldiers in the colonies because the worked for very low wages and took jobs away from colonists. On March 4, 1770, a group of colonials started throwing rocks and snowballs at some British soldiers; the soldiers panicked and fired their muskets, killing a few colonials. This outraged the colonies and increased anti-British sentiment. </li></ul>Boston Massacre
  48. 48. Road to Revolution II - $400 <ul><li>British ships carrying tea sailed into Boston Harbor and refused to leave until the colonials took their tea. Boston was boycotting the tea in protest of the Tea Act and would not let the ships bring the tea ashore. Finally, on the night of December 16, 1773, colonials disguised as Indians boarded the ships and threw the tea overboard. </li></ul>Boston Tea Party
  49. 49. Road to Revolution II - $600 <ul><li>It met in 1776 and drafted and signed the Declaration of Independence, which justified the Revolutionary War and declared that the colonies should be independent of Britain. This legislative body lead the United States through the beginnings of the Revolutionary War </li></ul>Second Continental Congress
  50. 50. Road to Revolution II - $800 <ul><li>This was the British response to the Colonist’s rallying cry of “taxation without representation” </li></ul>Virtual Representation
  51. 51. Road to Revolution II - $1000 <ul><li>These started as groups of private citizens in Massachusetts, Rhode Island and New York who, in 1763, began circulating information about opposition to British trade measures. The first government-organized committee appeared in Massachusetts in 1764. Other colonies created their own committees in order to exchange information and organize protests to British trade regulations. </li></ul>Committees of Correspondence
  52. 52. English Policies - $200 <ul><li>Its chief purpose was to strengthen the economy and power of the parent country </li></ul>Mercantilsm
  53. 53. DAILY DOUBLE
  54. 54. English Policies - $400 <ul><li>In the last quarter of the 17 th century, what increased rapidly to assist with agriculture </li></ul>Slavery
  55. 55. English Policies - $600 <ul><li>What 1764 act represented a major shift in British policy toward the colonies in that, for the first time, the British levied taxes aimed at raising revenue rather than regulating trade </li></ul>Sugar Act
  56. 56. English Policies - $800 <ul><li>The British government combined the colonies of Massachusetts, Rhode Island, New Hampshire, and Connecticut into a single province headed by a royal governor (Andros). It ended in 1692, when the colonists revolted and drove out Governor Andros. </li></ul>Dominion of New England
  57. 57. English Policies - $1000 <ul><li>These were parcels of land consisting of about 50 acres were given to colonists who brought indentured servants into America. They were used by the Virginia Company to attract more colonists. </li></ul>Headright System
  58. 58. Colonial Society - $200 <ul><li>Which section of colonies did religion play a prominent role in its daily life </li></ul>New England Northern
  59. 59. Colonial Society - $400 <ul><li>What happened to colonial era women’s property when she became married? </li></ul>She lost it
  60. 60. Colonial Society - $600 <ul><li>A “God” created a universe governed by natural law is the belief of </li></ul>Diesm
  61. 61. Colonial Society - $800 <ul><li>Settlers who established the British colony in Virginia during the 17th century were primarily seeking to </li></ul>Profit economically
  62. 62. Colonial Society - $1000 <ul><li>What enabled the poor of England the prospect to seek economic opportunities in the colonies? </li></ul>Indenture servitude
  63. 63. Constitution - $200 <ul><li>This was the main purpose of the 2 nd Amendment </li></ul>The Right to Bear Arms
  64. 64. Constitution - $400 <ul><li>This was added to protect the rights not specified in the Constitution </li></ul>Bill of Rights
  65. 65. Constitution - $600 <ul><li>The United States Constitution provided Congress the ability to do this to raise revenue </li></ul>Levy Taxes
  66. 66. Constitution - $800 Anti-Federalists They opposed the Constitution because they thought it gave the federal government too much power.
  67. 67. DAILY DOUBLE
  68. 68. Constitution - $1000 <ul><li>The Constitution originally had Senators and the President elected in this process </li></ul>Electoral College

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