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  1. THIS IS JEOPARDY

  2. Your With Host... Mr.Duffy

  3. Declaration of Independence The War Vocabulary Random Random 2 The War 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

  4. Name the document which stated the colonists wanting freedom? A 100

  5. The Declaration of Independence. July 4, 1776 A 100

  6. What was the document written by Thomas Paine which he meant to inspire colonists to desire freedom from Britain? A 200

  7. Thomas Paine wrote Common Sense. A 200

  8. Name the three distinct parts of the Declaration of Independence. What is the name of the introduction? A 300

  9. Natural Rights List of Grievances 3. Dissolving the Bonds Preamble is the introduction. A 300

  10. Describe the different parts of the Declaration of Independence. A 400

  11. Natural Rights- Each person has natural rights that they can never lose or be infringed upon. List of Grievances- A list of all the issues the colonists had with Britain. Ex: Quartering Act, etc. Dissolving the Bonds- Colonies are free and Britain needs to recognize that. Right to abolish government if they aren’t meeting the needs of the people. A 400

  12. How did the Declaration impact the country and the world? A 500

  13. A 500

  14. What is a grievance? B 100

  15. A formal complaint. B 100

  16. Who are Mercenaries? Who were the mercenaries that were captured in Trenton by George Washington? B 200

  17. Mercenaries are soldiers who are paid to fight for a country other than their own. German Hessians. B 200

  18. Who were Marquis de Lafayette and Friedrich von Steuben? B 300

  19. Marquis de Lafayette a French noble who became a high ranking officer in Washington’s Army. Friedrich von Steuben a German baron helped train the Continental Army. B 300

  20. What does enlisted mean? What was another name for paper money in the colonies? B 400

  21. Enlisted means to sign up for duty. Continentals were also known as paper money. B 400

  22. Who was John Paul Jones and privateers? B 500

  23. Privateer- Armed civilian ships that had the government’s permission to attack enemy ships that keep their goods. John Paul Jones was a naval commander for the Colonists that had major wins over the British Navy. B 500

  24. Which battle was the turning point of the war? C 100

  25. Battle of Saratoga C 100

  26. Who was Nathan Hale? C 200

  27. Nathan Hale was a Connecticut officer who was an American spy. Collect plans from the British for the Battle of Long Island. Captured and hanged. “I only regret that I have but one life to live for my country.” C 200

  28. Describe George Washington and his crossing of the Delaware. C 300

  29. George Washington with an army crossed the Delaware river on Christmas night. Most soldiers had no shoes. Swirling snow held them back. They made it through and attacked a fort in Trenton and won. C 300

  30. DAILY DOUBLE DAILY DOUBLE Place A Wager C 400

  31. What was so important about the Battle of Yorktown? Describe what happened. Who was General Cornwallis? C 400

  32. The Battle of Yorktown was the final major battle of the war which the Americans won. General Cornwallis was the major general of the British in the colonies. After being pushed back to Yorktown Cornwallis was trapped by Washington’s Army from the North and another colonial army from the south. The French navy defeated the British Navy. Cornwallis couldn’t escape. He had to surrender. C 400

  33. What happened at Valley Forge? C 500

  34. Washington’s army endured a rough winter. They were starving and had very little supplies. Tide turned when Friedrich von Steuben and other Europeans helped train the Americans. The spring came and they had a renewed confidence. C 500

  35. Name the American Traitor who went to the British. D 100

  36. Benedict Arnold D 100

  37. Name one impact the American Revolution had on the world. D 200

  38. . D 200

  39. Name the Treaty which ended the war. D 300

  40. Treaty of Paris D 300

  41. One effect of the Treaty of Paris was. D 400

  42. Britain gave up all its colonies in North America Surrendered to the Colonists Recognized American Independence. D 400

  43. Describe the role of Women during the revolution. D 500

  44. Women began to take on new responsibilities. D 500

  45. Who is a suffragist? E 100

  46. People who worked for women’s right to vote. E 100

  47. Which Amendment was passed that allowed women to vote? E 200

  48. 19th Amendment E 200

  49. What is lynching and why was it so important to try to stop it from happening? E 300

  50. Lynching is murder by a mob. Usually, by hanging. E 300