APUSHistoryJeopardyExamReview

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Unformatted text preview: Round 1 Round 2 Final Jeopardy Quotes People Treaties and Foreign Policy Progressive Era Decade Maps Second Stringers Round 2 $100 $100 $200 $200 $300 $300 $400 $400 $500 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $100 $200 $200 $300 $300 $400 $400 $500 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 Final Jeopardy Scores $100 “The people will not be crucified on your cross of gold!” $100 Cross of Gold (1896) Who is William Jennings Bryant? Scores $200 “You give me the pictures and I will give you the war” $200 “You give me the pictures and I will give you the war” Who was William Randolph Hearst? Scores $300 “I will fight no more forever” $300 “I will fight no more forever” Who was Chief Joseph? (Nez Perce) Scores $400 “Sic Semper Tyrannis” $400 “Sic Semper Tyrannis” Who was John Wilkes Booth? Scores $500 “Shift that fat a-- Henry, but take it easy, I don’t want you to swamp the boat” $500 “Shift that fat ass Henry, but take it easy, I don’t want you to swamp the boat” Who was George Washington? Scores $100 First African American to play Major League Baseball $100 First African American to play Major League Baseball Who was Jackie Robinson ? Scores $200 Author of the Kansas-Nebraska Act $200 Author of the Kansas-Nebraska Act Who was Stephen Douglas? Scores $300 His pamphlets Common Sense and The Crisis invigorated the independence movement in the British colonies of America $300 His pamphlets Common Sense and The Crisis invigorated the independence movement in the British colonies of America Who was Thomas Paine? Scores Scores $400 His arguments against the Writs of Assistance would become the basis of the Fourth Amendment to the Constitution $400 His arguments against the Writs of Assistance would become the basis of the Fourth Amendment to the Constitution Who was James Otis? Scores $500 His run for the presidency in 1972 ended when he was shot in a shopping center parking lot $500 His run for the presidency in 1972 ended when he was shot in a shopping center parking lot Who was George Wallace? Scores $100 Treaty that caused some to criticize to George Washington and others to throw stones at Alexander Hamilton $100 Treaty that caused some to criticize to George Washington and others to throw stones at Alexander Hamilton What is Jay’s Treaty? Scores $200 Treaty in which Great Britain recognized the Independence of the United States $200 Treaty in which Great Britain recognized the Independence of the United States What is the Peace of Paris 1783? Scores $300 Treaty that allowed “Right of Deposit” in New Orleans $300 Treaty that allowed “Right of Deposit” in New Orleans What is Treaty of San Lorenzo (Pinckney's Treaty) ? Scores $400 Incident in which Talleyrand said, “Show us the money” $400 Incident in which Talleyrand said, “Show us the money” What is XYZ Affair? Scores $500 This was the first military commitment of the United States following the agreement with the French in 1777 $500 This was the first military commitment of the United States following the agreement with the French in 1777 What is NATO (1949)? Scores $100 Although its actions were outlawed by the Sherman AntiTrust Act of 1890, this company was the first major target of Teddy Roosevelt’s Trust-busting $100 Although its actions were outlawed by the Sherman Anti-Trust Act of 1890, this company was the first major target of Teddy Roosevelt’s Trust-busting Northern Securities Company Scores $200 Of the three presidents most identified with the Progressive Era, this one is credited with busting the most trusts $200 Of the three presidents most identified with the Progressive Era, this one is credited with busting the most trusts Woodrow Wilson Scores $300 This law was also called “the “White Slave Traffic Act” $300 This law was also called “the “White Slave Traffic Act” The Mann-Elkins Act Scores $400 Author of The Octopus: A California Story (1901), he described the raising of wheat in California and the conflict between the wheat growers and a railway company $400 Author of The Octopus: A California Story (1901), he described the raising of wheat in California and the conflict between the wheat growers and a railway company Frank Norris Scores $500 Development in the structure of government designed to combat the sort of corruption caused by William M. Tweed of New York City, Frank Hague of Jersey City $500 Development in the structure of government designed to combat the sort of corruption caused by William M. Tweed of New York City, Frank Hague of Jersey City City Manager Plan Scores $100 $100 What is the 1760s? Scores $200 $200 What is the 1850s? Scores $300 $300 What is the 1860s? Scores $400 $400 What is the 1820s? Scores $500 $500 What was 1820s? Scores $100 Andrew Johnson $100 Andrew Johnson Abraham Lincoln Scores $200 Gerald Ford $200 Gerald Ford Richard Nixon Scores $300 Calvin Coolidge $300 Calvin Coolidge Warren G. Harding Scores $400 Teddy Roosevelt $400 Teddy Roosevelt William McKinley Scores $500 Chester A. Arthur $500 Chester A. Arthur James Garfield Scores C Cs ourt ase Picture s Trivia that won’t appe on ar t heTe st Political Partie s Chicke and n Egg (what cam last) e Round 1 $200 $200 $400 $400 $600 $600 $800 $800 $200 $400 $600 $800 $200 $400 $600 $800 $200 $400 $600 $800 Final Jeopardy Scores $1000 $1000 $1000 $1000 $1000 $200 “separate but equal” is legal $200 “separate but equal” is legal What is Plessy v. Ferguson? (1896) Scores $400 “separate but equal” is unequal and illegal $400 “separate but equal” is unequal and illegal What is Brown v. Board? (1954) Scores $600 Protection against selfincrimination “what you say will be held against you” $600 Protection against self-incrimination What is Miranda v. Arizona? Scores $800 Supreme Court has the power of “judicial review” $800 Supreme Court has the power of “judicial review” What is Marbury v. Madison? Scores $1000 “one man, one vote” The Supreme Court could determine the Constitutionality of state election districts $1000 “one man, one vote” What is Baker v. Carr? (1962) Scores $200 $200 Who was Boss Tweed? Scores $400 $400 Who is Franklin Roosevelt? Scores $600 $600 Who is Sitting Bull? Scores $800 Yes – you need both $800 Who is Clarence Darrow and William Jennings Bryan Scores $1000 $1000 Who is Billy Sunday ? Scores $200 Counting elections on the state and national level for all offices, this American has earned more votes than any other American in history. He is the most voted for American politician ever. $200 Counting elections on the state and national level for all offices, this American has earned more votes than any other American in history. He is the most voted for American politician ever. Who is Richard Nixon? 3 Congressional 2 terms as Vice-President Run for president in 1960 1962 California Gubernatorial Election to the Presidency in 1968 and 1972 Scores $400 This American president was the only president known to have worn a Nazi uniform $400 This American president was the only president known to have worn a Nazi uniform Who was Ronald Reagan? Scores $600 Who was the youngest person ever to serve as president of the United States? $600 Who was the youngest person ever to serve as president of the United States? Who is Theodore Roosevelt? Scores $800 The only President of the Confederate States of America $800 The only President of the Confederate States of America Who was Jefferson Davis? Scores $1000 James Monroe, John Tyler and Jefferson Davis are all buried in the Hollywood Cemetery, located in this city $1000 James Monroe, John Tyler and Jefferson Davis are all buried in the Hollywood Cemetery, located in this city What is Richmond, Virginia Scores $200 This 18th and early 19th century party believed that the common man’s liberty is more important than the will of the majority $200 This 18th and early 19th Party believed that the common man’s liberty is more important than the will of the majority Who were the DemocraticRepublicans? Scores $400 This party’s only successful runs for the presidency put Zachery Taylor and Benjamin Harrison in the White House. $400 This party’s only successful runs for the presidency put Zachery Taylor and Benjamin Harrison in the White House. Who were the Whigs? Scores $600 This Party was active between 1874 and 1884 and advocated issuing large amounts of money, believing this would help people, especially farmers by raising prices and making debts easier to pay. $600 This Party was active between 1874 and 1884 and advocated issuing large amounts of money, believing this would help people, especially farmers by raising prices and making debts easier to pay. What was the Greenback Party? Scores $800 This “Unsafe at any Speed” author ran for president on this party’s ticket in 1996 & 2000 $800 This “Unsafe at any Speed” author ran for president on this party’s ticket in 1996 & 2000 Who was Ralph Nader? Scores $1000 Name given in derision to the members of a faction that split off from the Democratic party in New York in 1835. $1000 Name given in derision to the members of a faction that split off from the Democratic party in New York in 1835. Who were the Locofocos? Scores $200 CTONAHILL $200 CTONAHILL Who is John Winthrop? Scores $400 CRISIS $400 CRISIS Who is Thomas Paine? Scores $600 TR8TOR $600 TR8TOR Who is Benedict Arnold? Scores $800 ANGRYGD $800 ANGRYGD Who is Jonathan Edwards? Scores $1000 HERO-NEWO $1000 HERO-NEWO Who is Andrews Jackson? Scores $200 Compromise of 1850 John Brown’s Raid on Harpers Ferry Nat Turner’s Rebellion Dred Scott Decision $200 Compromise of 1850 John Brown’s Raid on Harpers Ferry Nat Turner’s Rebellion Dred Scott Decision What was John Brown’s Raid on Harpers Ferry Scores $400 Nazi-Soviet-Pact Munich Conference Dawes Plan Fourteen Points $400 Nazi-Soviet Pact Munich Conference Dawes Plan Fourteen Points What was the Nazi-Soviet Pact? Scores $600 German Invasion of Poland Lend Lease Act passed by Congress Destroyers for Bases Deal Munich Conference $600 German Invasion of Poland Lend Lease Act passed by Congress Destroyers for Bases Deal Munich Conference What was the Lend Lease Act passed by Congress? Scores $800 Camp David Accords OPEC embargo US support of Israel in Yom Kipper War Suez Canal Crisis $800 Camp David Accords OPEC embargo US support of Israel in Yom Kipper War Suez Canal Crisis What was the Camp David Accords? Scores $1000 Malcolm X Assassinated Martin Luther King Assassinated Medger Evars Assassinated Black Panthers formed by Huey Newton and Bobby Seale $1000 Malcolm X Assassinated Martin Luther King Assassinated Medger Evars Assassinated Black Panthers formed by Huey Newton and Bobby Seale What was Martin Luther King Assassinated? Scores Foreign Policy Scores Final Jeopardy Question A former secretary of Abraham Lincoln was influential in the development of this late 19th development century which was not formally adopted by any country adopted A former secretary of Abraham Lincoln was influential in the development of this late 19th century which was not formally adopted by any country adopted What was the Open Door Policy? Scores ...
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