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  1. Welcome to Jeopardy!

  2. FinalJeopardy Round 1 Round 2

  3. Causes of the Civil War Parties & Seces-sion Pre-Civil War The South & Dates Regions & Compro-mises Etc. Round 2 Final Jeopardy $100 $100 $100 $100 $100 $100 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 Scores $300 $300 $300 $300 $300 $300 $400 $400 $400 $400 $400 $400 $500 $500 $500 $500 $500 $500

  4. $100 Issues that divided the North and South

  5. $100 What are slavery, cultural (farming versus industry), economic (tariffs), and constitutional (states’ rights)? Scores

  6. $200 The reason the North favored tariffs

  7. $200 What is to protect industry from foreign competition? Scores

  8. $300 The reason the South opposed tariffs

  9. $300 What is tariffs made manufactured imports more expensive? Scores

  10. $400 By the mid 1800s this region of the United States was the most urban

  11. $400 What is the North? Scores

  12. $500 By the mid 1800s this region of the United States had the most industry

  13. $500 What is the North? Scores

  14. $100 In the mid 1800s the economy of the Southern United States was based on this

  15. $100 What is farming or agriculture? Scores

  16. $200 Which of the following happened first: Nullification Crisis or Kansas-Nebraska Act

  17. $200 What is Nullification Crisis? Scores

  18. $300 Which of the following happened first: Compromise of 1850 or Missouri Compromise

  19. $300 What is the Missouri Compromise? Scores

  20. Daily Double

  21. $400 Southern slaveholders viewed slavery

  22. $400 What is as an economic issue? Scores

  23. $500 The Southerners feared this could destroy their economy

  24. $500 What is the abolition of slavery? Scores

  25. $100 This region believed the nation was a union that could not be divided

  26. $100 What is the North? Scores

  27. $200 Henry Clay influenced national politics by

  28. $200 Who balanced the concerns of both sides when talking about slavery? Scores

  29. $300 The Missouri Compromise had a result of

  30. $300 What is the balance of political power between slave and free states? Scores

  31. $400 The Missouri Compromise of 1820 allowed this state to enter the union as a slave state

  32. $400 What is Missouri? Scores

  33. $500 The Missouri Compromise of 1820 allowed this state to enter the union as a free state

  34. $500 What is Maine? Scores

  35. $100 The Compromise of 1850 allowed this state to enter the union as a free state

  36. $100 What is California? Scores

  37. $200 The idea that the people would decide the issue of slavery in the new territories

  38. $200 What is popular sovereignty? Scores

  39. $300 Decided the question of slavery according to the Kansas-Nebraska Act

  40. $300 What is the people? Scores

  41. $400 Decided the question of slavery in the Southwest territories

  42. $400 What is the people? Scores

  43. $500 The reaction of the South to the election of Abraham Lincoln

  44. $500 What is seceded from the union? Scores

  45. $100 This event started the Civil War

  46. $100 What is the Confederate/Southern attack on Fort Sumter? Scores

  47. $200 The name chosen by the Southern states that seceded from the union

  48. $200 What is the Confederate States of America? Scores

  49. $300 The Southern state that Fort Sumter was located

  50. $300 What is South Carolina? Scores