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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:
This Irish immigrant helped coal workers organize.
Who was Mary Mother Jones?