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United States History Jeopardy unit 3

  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 Jackson I Jackson II Reform I Reform Authors Potpourri Economic Development
  3. 3. $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 Manifest Destiny Part Deux Transpor tation Industrial ization Cause and Effect Misc. Manifest Destiny Part I
  4. 4. Final Jeopardy Jacksonian Democracy
  5. 5. President Jackson’s refusal to enforce this Supreme Court Decision led to the Trail of Tears and Cherokee removal from Georgia Worchester v. Georgia
  6. 6. Economic Development - $100 The first highway built by the federal government. Constructed during 1825-1850, it stretched from Pennsylvania to Illinois. It was a major overland shipping route and an important connection between the North and the West. C1-$100 National Road (also called Cumberland Road)
  7. 7. Economic Development - $200 It was opened as a toll waterway connecting New York to the Great Lakes. C1-$200 Erie Canal
  8. 8. Economic Development - $300 He was considered the father of the factory system C1-$300 Samuel Slater
  9. 9. Economic Development - $400 He influenced mass production by developing interchangeable parts C1-$400 Eli Whitney
  10. 10. Economic Development - $500 Isaac Singer and Elias Howe invented this labor saving device for women C1-$500 Sewing Machine
  11. 11. Jackson I - $100 Unofficial Advisors to the President C2-$100 Kitchen Cabinet
  12. 12. Jackson I - $200 Thousands of Indians Died During This Relocation C2-$200 Trail of Tears
  13. 13. Jackson I - $300 First Time Three Political Parties Entered Presidential Election C2-$300 Election of 1832
  14. 14. Jackson I - $400 Suffered By the U.S. During the Beginning of Van Buren’s Term C2-$400 Panic of 1837
  15. 15. Jackson I - $500 Jackson vetoed it because he didn't like Clay, and Martin Van Buren pointed out that New York and Pennsylvania paid for their transportation improvements with state money. C2-$500 Maysville Road
  16. 16. Jackson II - $100 The charge made by Jacksonians in 1825 that Clay had supported John Quincy Adams in the House presidential vote in return for the office of Secretary of State. Clay knew he could not win, so he traded his votes for an office. C3-$100 Corrupt Bargain
  17. 17. Jackson II - $200 Many cabinet members snubbed her as socially unacceptable. Jackson sided with her, and the affair helped to dissolve the cabinet - especially those members associated with John C. Calhoun C3-$200 Peggy Eaton Affair
  18. 18. Jackson II - $300 Modified John Marshall's ruling in the Darmouth College Case of 1819, which said that a state could not make laws infringing on the charters of private organizations. Chief Justice Roger Taney ruled that a charter granted by a state to a company cannot work to the disadvantage of the public. C3-$300 Charles River Bridge Case
  19. 19. Jackson II - $400 It was meant to stop land speculation caused by states printing paper money without gold or silver backing it. C3-$400 Specie Circular
  20. 20. Jackson II - $500 It authorized President Jackson to use the army and navy to collect duties on the Tariffs of 1828 and 1832. C3-$500 Force Bill
  21. 21. Reform I - $100 This was a liberal, religious movement of the 1830s. It believe that truth comes from the senses and every man possess and inner light C4-$100 Transcendentalism
  22. 22. Reform I - $200 This was the resentment of German and Irish immigrant to the United States C3-200 Nativism
  23. 23. Reform I - $300 She wanted to reform prisons C3-$300 Dorethea Dix
  24. 24. DAILY DOUBLE
  25. 25. Reform I - $400 This was the women’s rights movement meeting held in New York State in 1848 C3-$400 Seneca Falls Convention
  26. 26. Reform I - $500 These laws were passed to prohibit alcohol by Neil Dow in 1851 C3-$500 Maine Laws
  27. 27. Reform Authors - $100 Prolific and popular American writer of the early 19th century. He is particularly remembered as a novelist, who wrote numerous sea-stories as well as the historical romances Among his most famous works is the novel The Last of the Mohicans , which many people consider his masterpiece C4-$100 James Fenimore Cooper
  28. 28. Reform Authors - $200 He was a 19 th century writer who wrote many poems and philosophical essays C4-$200 Ralph Waldo Emerson
  29. 29. Reform Authors - $300 He inspired passive resistance and while living in the woods he wrote Walden C4-$300 Henry David Thoreau
  30. 30. Reform Authors - $400 He was a poet from Brooklyn whose most famous work was Leaves of Grass C4-$400 Walt Whitman
  31. 31. Reform Authors - $500 He was one of the authors dealing with never ending struggle between good and evil. His most famous work was The Scarlet letter C4-$500 Nathaniel Hawthorne
  32. 32. Potpourri - $100 This was the first railroad in the U.S. It stretched from Baltimore, Maryland to Ohio C4-$100 Baltimore & Ohio Railroad
  33. 33. Potpourri - $200 Telegraph inventor C4-$200 Samuel Morse
  34. 34. Potpourri - $300 He was an eccentric genius whose works were full of horror. “The Raven” was his most famous work C4-$300 Edgar Allen Poe
  35. 35. Potpourri - $400 They were state banks that received funds from the federal government created by President Jackson C4-$400 Pet Banks
  36. 36. Potpourri - $500 This compromise was written by Henry Clay in an effort to pacify the southern plantation owners and keep the New England manufacturers happy C4-$500 Compromise Tariff of 1833
  37. 37. Manifest Destiny I- $200 <ul><li>Whose presidential platform in 1844 campaigned on the idea of manifest destiny? </li></ul>James K. Polk
  38. 38. Manifest Destiny I- $400 <ul><li>It forbade the introduction of slavery into territory acquired from Mexico </li></ul>Wilmot Proviso
  39. 39. Manifest Destiny I- $600 <ul><li>What political party would have opposed the idea of Manifest Destiny? </li></ul>Whigs
  40. 40. Manifest Destiny I- $800 <ul><li>What did the Mexican government encourage in Texas in the late 1820s and early 1830s </li></ul>American Settlement
  41. 41. Manifest Destiny I- $1000 <ul><li>The Webster-Ashburton treaty settled this dispute between the lumberjacks of Maine and Canada </li></ul>Aroostok War
  42. 42. Manifest Destiny Deux - $200 <ul><li>Congressman Abraham Lincoln supported a proposition to find the exact spot where American troops were fired upon, suspecting that they had illegally crossed into Mexican territory. </li></ul>Spot Resolutions
  43. 43. Manifest Destiny Deux - $400 <ul><li>Anglo-Saxon racial superiority justified American absorption of inferior peoples and their lands </li></ul><ul><li>new lands would extend the domain of free government and free enterprise </li></ul><ul><li>the will of God </li></ul><ul><li>America had a specially ordained mission in the world </li></ul>Manifest Destiny
  44. 44. Manifest Destiny Deux - $600 <ul><li>Pay $15 million to Mexico </li></ul><ul><li>Set the Texas boundary at the Rio Grande </li></ul><ul><li>Yield California to the United States </li></ul><ul><li>Yield New Mexico to the United States </li></ul>Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo
  45. 45. Manifest Destiny Deux - $800 <ul><li>Opposition in Congress to adding slave states delayed the annexing of this territory </li></ul>Texas
  46. 46. Manifest Destiny Deux - $1000 <ul><li>The territory comprised what are now the states of Oregon and Washington, and portions of what became British Columbia, Canada. This land was claimed by both the U.S. and Britain and was held jointly under the Convention of 1818 </li></ul>Oregon Territory
  47. 47. Transportation - $200 <ul><li>Henry Clay’s idea that called for federal support and improvement of roads and canals </li></ul>American System
  48. 48. Transportation - $400 <ul><li>This tied the manufacturing of the East to the farming of the West </li></ul>Erie Canal
  49. 49. Transportation - $600 <ul><li>The first major transportation project linking the East to the trans-Allegheny West was this toll road </li></ul>Lancaster Turnpike
  50. 50. Transportation - $800 <ul><li>Robert Fulton’s invention made travel along canals and rivers easier </li></ul>Steamboat
  51. 51. Transportation - $1000 <ul><ul><li>As a result of transportation this moved from the Atlantic coast to the areas between the Appalachians and the Mississippi River </li></ul></ul>Population
  52. 52. Industrialization - $200 <ul><ul><li>This was the most profound economic development by mid-19c America </li></ul></ul>Factory System
  53. 53. DAILY DOUBLE
  54. 54. Industrialization - $400 <ul><li>The American system of manufacturing, emerged in the early 1800s because this allowed for mass production of high-quality items. </li></ul>Interchangeable Parts
  55. 55. Industrialization - $600 <ul><li>The rapid growth in the textile industry encouraged Southern planters to grow cotton causing this to rise. </li></ul>Slavery
  56. 56. Industrialization - $800 <ul><li>These two groups were powerless to affect pay rates or working conditions </li></ul>Women and Immigrants
  57. 57. Industrialization - $1000 <ul><ul><li>This Supreme Court case deal with a river in Massachusetts the interests of the community are more important than the interests of business; the supremacy of society’s interest over private interest </li></ul></ul>Charles River Bridge
  58. 58. Cause and Effect - $200 <ul><li>Nativist reaction to immigration resulted in the formation of this political party </li></ul>Know Nothing Party
  59. 59. Cause and Effect - $400 <ul><li>As a result of the quest for more education this movement provided platforms for traveling lecturers in science, literature, & moral philosophy. </li></ul>Lyceum
  60. 60. Cause and Effect - $600 <ul><li>Improvements in ship technology made the ocean voyage relatively cheap and fast and various issues in Europe caused this to rise </li></ul>Immigration
  61. 61. Cause and Effect - $800 <ul><ul><li>Technological advancements imported from England, the appearance of better transportation systems and backing from the Constitution caused the development of this in America </li></ul></ul>Early Industrial Revolution
  62. 62. Cause and Effect - $1000 <ul><li>In this event, some Southerners took the position that the states had the right to nullify acts of the federal government they deemed to be unconstitutional </li></ul>The Nullification Controversy
  63. 63. Misc. - $200 <ul><li>His election victory is seen by many historians to represent the rise of individualism and popular democracy in America </li></ul>Andrew Jackson
  64. 64. Misc. - $400 <ul><li>In this court case, the Massachusetts Supreme Court ruled that labor unions were not necessarily illegal combinations or monopolies and strikes were legal </li></ul>Commonwealth v Hunt
  65. 65. Misc. - $600 <ul><li>Andrew Jackson believe that the conferral of office on people based upon political concerns rather than fitness for office benefited the political process </li></ul>Spoils System
  66. 66. Misc. - $800 <ul><li>He was Andrew Jackson’s vice president and an ineffective President </li></ul>Martin Van Buren
  67. 67. DAILY DOUBLE
  68. 68. Misc. - $1000 <ul><li>This veto dealt with federally financed internal improvements </li></ul>Maysville Road Veto