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  • Slaves turned to this institution for hope.

  • What is the church?

  • She suffered a brain injury as a child when her master struck her.

  • Who was Harriet Tubman?

  • The Liberator was this abolitionist's newspaper.

  • Who wasWilliam Lloyd Garrison?

  • This former male slave escaped bondage to become a famous orator.

  • Who was Frederick Douglas?

  • This Congressional regulation prevented northern legislators from debating slavery.

  • What was the Gag Rule?

  • Revivals were religious gatherings that used this feeling to restore faith.

  • What were emotions?

  • African Americans founded this church as a way to seek freedom.

  • What was the African Methodist Episcopal Church?

  • The so-called cult of domesticity referred to women staying here.

  • What was the home?

  • Ralph Waldo Emersons vision of a perfect society was this.

  • What was utopia?

  • Helping the mentally ill and reforming prisons were her goals.

  • Who was Dorothea Dix?

  • Suffrage referred to this cause.

  • What was womens right to vote?

  • Apprentice, journeyman and master were three classifications of 19th century workers.

  • What were artisans and craftsmen?

  • Education was the target of his reforms.

  • Who was Horace Mann?

  • Temperance dealt with stopping consumption of this type of beverage.

  • What was alcohol?

  • The effort to stop slavery was called this.

  • What was abolition?

  • His instructions were a path of destruction.

  • Who was William Tecumseh Sherman?

  • Nothing was merry about this Union victory in Maryland.

  • What was Antietam?

  • This southern sympathizer had no sympathy for Lincoln.

  • Who was John Wilkes Booth?

  • The act of stopping Confederate shipping was this.

  • What was a blockade?

  • Lees tide turned south at this high water mark.

  • What was Gettysburg?

  • Joseph Smith founded this faith in upstate New York.

  • What was the Mormon Church?

  • He did not favor secession but sided with his beloved Virginia.

  • Who was Robert E. Lee?

  • Roger Taney said of Dred Scott that he was just this, nothing less.

  • What was property?

  • Americans believed God gave them this right.

  • What is Manifest Destiny?

  • This country welcomed settlers to this future 28th state.

  • What was Mexico?

  • Empresarios sold this to Americansin Texas.

  • What was land?

  • Santa Ana was defeated by Sam Houston near this Texas river.

  • What is the San Jacinto River?

  • Our nations uncle and a Texas city.

  • Who is Sam Houston?

  • Spanish word for saint and chemical symbol for iron.

  • What is Santa Fe?

  • A wanderer and genuineness.

  • Who was Sojourner Truth?

  • Last names of country music singer and mechanical reaper inventor.

  • Who is Cyrus McCormick?

  • Steel plow inventor and animal warning sign.

  • Who is John Deere crossing?

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  • Lincoln fought with Radical Republicans over this program.

  • What was Reconstruction?

  • African Americans gained their civil rights with this 1866 amendment.

  • What was the 14th Amendment?

  • Black codes were a form of this.

  • What was discrimination?

  • Scalawags were these kind of Republicans.

  • Who were white southerners?

  • Hiram Revels is noted for this.

  • Who was the first African American U.S. Senator?

  • This deal brought Clay and Webster together for the only time.

  • What was the compromise of 1850?

  • Tilden and Hayes both wonand lostthis presidential race.

  • What was 1876?

  • Money was short during this Jackson-caused economic depression.

  • What was the Panic of 1837?

  • The Civil War Ended and Lincoln was killed in April of this year.

  • What was 1865?

  • This act gave African American men the same rights as their white counterparts.

  • What was the Civil Rights Act of 1866?

  • A farm owner allows use of some land in return for some crops.

  • What was sharecropping?

  • Northern Republicans who moved south were called this.

  • What were Carpetbaggers?

  • These people disliked slavery but feared economic competition from African Americans.

  • Who were Free Soilers?

  • States governing without federal interference is this.

  • What is home rule?

  • These dudes thought Lincoln was too lenient on defeated confederates.

  • Who were Radical Republicans?

  • The night riding organization founded by Nathan Bedford Forest.

  • What is theKu Klux Klan?

  • The cottage industry was replaced by these.

  • What were factories?

  • He was the great compromiser.

  • Who was Henry Clay?

  • This commodity was dethroned after the Civil War.

  • What was cotton?

  • These ships changed naval technology forever.

  • What were the Monitor and the Merrimack?

  • Andrew Johnson faced this fate due to his stance on Reconstruction

  • What was impeachment?

  • This 15th Amendment guaranteed African American men this right.

  • What was the right to vote?

  • Lincoln died in this Washington Theater.

  • What was he didnt die in a theater?

  • The S stands for this in this scandal-plagued presidents name.

  • What is no meaning?

  • Stephen F. Austins legacy is in this Texas city.

  • What is Austin?

  • John A. and Washington Roebling designed and built this.

  • What was the Brooklyn Bridge?

  • Credit Mobilier was this presidents headache.

  • Who was U. S. Grant?

  • The Union Pacific and the Central Pacific joined here.

  • What was Pomontory Point, Utah?

  • This is when a company controls its suppliers.

  • What is vertical integration?

  • Slavery in the territories was debated by these Illinois politicians.

  • Who were Lincoln and Douglas?

  • Final Jeopardy category is:

  • Maternal Instincts

  • This Irish immigrant helped coal workers organize.

  • Who was Mary Mother Jones?

  • Play again?

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