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Jeopardy!. Begin. Progressive Acts. Progressive Voting Reforms. Native Americans. Across the Plains. 1890s. Imperialism Events. $100. $100. $100. $100. $100. $100. $200. $200. $200. $200. $200. $200. $300. $300. $300. $300. $300. $300. $400. $400. $400. $400.

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  1. Jeopardy! Begin

  2. Progressive Acts Progressive Voting Reforms Native Americans Across the Plains 1890s Imperialism Events $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

  3. Imperialism People WWI WWI Part Duex America Move to The City Immi- gration Hodgepodge $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $400 $400 $400 $400 $400 $400 $600 $600 $600 $600 $600 $600 $800 $800 $800 $800 $800 $800 $1000 $1000 $1000 $1000 $1000 $1000

  4. FINAL JEOPARDY Imperialism

  5. Final Jeopardy It was presented by John Hay and asked all nations controlling portions of China to grant free trading opportunities to everyone C1-$100 Open-Door Policy

  6. Progressive Acts - $100 19th Amendment C1-$100 Women's Suffrage

  7. Progressive Acts - $200 16th Amendment C1-$200 Income Tax

  8. Progressive Acts - $300 17th Amendment C1-$300 Direct Election of Senators

  9. Progressive Acts - $400 Laid down binding rules for sanitary meat packing and government inspection of meat products crossing state lines C1-$400 Meat Inspection Act

  10. Progressive Acts - $500 Forbade the manufacture or sale of mislabeled or adulterated food or drugs, it gave the government broad powers to ensure the safety and efficacy of drugs in order to abolish the "patent" drug trade. Still in existence as the FDA. C1-$500 Pure Food and Drug Act

  11. Progressive Voting Reforms - $100 People have the right to propose a new law C2-$100 Initiative

  12. Progressive Voting Reforms - $200 A law passed by the legislature can be reference to the people for approval C2-$200 Referendum

  13. Progressive Voting Reforms - $300 The people can petition and vote to have an elected official removed from office C2-$300 Recall

  14. Progressive Voting Reforms - $400 An election where people directly elect their party's candidates for office. C2-$400 Direct Primary

  15. Progressive Voting Reforms - $500 This was a secret ballot C2-$500 Australian Ballot

  16. Native Americans-$100 This Helen Hunt Jackson's book was significant because it aroused public awareness of the wrongs that the federal government had inflicted on the American Indians C3-$100 A Century of Dishonor

  17. Native Americans-$200 The United States government's outlawing of this Native American activity in 1890 resulted in the Battle of Wounded Knee. C3-$200 Ghost Dance

  18. Native Americans-$300 This 1887 congressional action was to assimilate American Indians into the mainstream of American culture C3-$300 Dawes Act

  19. Native Americans-$400 Custer and his men — who were separated from their main body of troops — were all killed by the far more numerous Indians, led by Sitting Bull in this battle C3-$400 Battle of Little Big Horn

  20. Native Americans-$500 This battle occurred in southeast Colorado and killed and mutilated an estimated 150 Indians C3-$500 Sand Creek Massacre

  21. Across the Plains-$100 Along with the railroad expansion this act help stimulate rapid western settlement C4-$100 The Homestead Act

  22. Across the Plains-$200 This group believed that too much power was in the hands of a few corporations and financial institutions C3-200 Farmers Alliance

  23. Across the Plains-$300 His thesis included the loss of the safety valve theory and the closing of the frontier C3-$300 Frederick Jackson Turner


  25. Across the Plains-$400 This invention ended open range ranching and prevented cattle stealing C3-$400 Barbed Wire

  26. Across the Plains-$500 The following describe • Were often abandoned after the mines closed. • Were predominantly settled by men. • Frequently suffered from lawlessness. • They had gambling and drinking as regular activities C3-$500 Mining Towns

  27. 1890s- $100 This congressional action was mainly used to curb labor unions and it had little impact on the regulation of large corporations C4-$100 Sherman Antitrust Act

  28. 1890s- $200 This Supreme Court case rule that racial segregation was constitutional as long as each race had equal facilities. C4-$200 Plessy v. Ferguson

  29. 1890s- $300 The following describe what movement • Tax exemptions to attract new industries • Southern railroad systems integrated with the North • A more self-sufficient southern economy • Investment in manufacturing C4-$300 New South Movement

  30. 1890s- $400 These workers worked in company towns where they were taken advantage of by the company store C4-$400 Coal Miners

  31. 1890s- $500 This political organization grew out of the agrarian revolt that rose after the collapse of agriculture prices following the Panic of 1873. C4-$500 The Populist Party

  32. Imperialism Events - $100 An explosion from a mine in the Bay of Havana crippled this warship. The U.S. blamed Spain for the incident and used it as an excuse to go to war with Spain C4-$100 USS Maine

  33. Imperialism Events - $200 This presidential idea did the following • Direct cause - American fear that financial instability in the Dominican Republic would lead to European intervention • Expanded America’s role in Central America and the Caribbean • Intervening in Latin America nations that could not pay their debts to European creditors C4-$200 Roosevelt Corollary to the Monroe Doctrine

  34. Imperialism Events - $300 Built to make passage between Atlantic and Pacific oceans easier and faster. C4-$300 Panama Canal

  35. Imperialism Events - $400 Term used to describe the sensationalist newspaper writings of the time. They were written on cheap yellow paper. C4-$400 Yellow Journalism

  36. Imperialism Events - $500 Identify 2 of the 3 territories gained from the Spanish American War C4-$500 Puerto Rico, Cuba, Philippines

  37. Imperialism People- $200 Theodore Roosevelt formed this group of volunteers to fight in the Spanish- American War in Cuba. They charged up San Juan Hill during the Battle of Santiago. It made Roosevelt popular. Rough Riders

  38. Imperialism People- $400 In 1890, he wrote Influence of Sea Power Upon History in which he outlined the building a large navy. He said that a new, modern navy was necessary to protect the international trade America depended on. Captain Alfred T. Mahan

  39. Imperialism People- $600 This was the imperialistic philosophy of Woodrow Wilson Moral Diplomacy

  40. Imperialism People- $800 His imperialistic philosophy was dollar diplomacy William Howard Taft

  41. Imperialism People- $1000 This was the imperialistic philosophy of Theodore Roosevelt Big Stick

  42. WWI - $200 British passenger ships were regularly sunk by German subs, but this ship had Americans aboard and brought the U.S. into the war. Lusitania

  43. WWI - $400 This was the German practice of attacking any and all shipping to countries it was at war with. It annoyed neutral countries Unrestricted Submarine Warfare

  44. WWI - $600 Campaigns to get people to buy these to finance the war, people traveled around America selling them and it was extremely successful in raising funds. Bond Drives

  45. WWI - $800 The following are describing • the United States was fighting for freedom and democracy • the United States was fighting a barbarous nation • buying bonds was important to support the war effort • a German invasion of the United States was a possibility CPI Propaganda

  46. WWI - $1000 1917 - Germany sent this to Mexico instructing an ambassador to convince Mexico to go to war with the U.S. It was intercepted and caused the U.S. to mobilized against Germany, which had proven it was hostile Zimmerman Note

  47. WWI Part Duex - $200 Britain, France and Russia all had economic and territorial ambitions and they all disliked Germany, so they formed an alliance for protection Triple Entente - Allies

  48. WWI Part Duex - $400 Stated that all men between the ages of 20 and 45 had to be registered for possible military service. Used in case draft became necessary. Selective Service or Conscription

  49. WWI Part Duex - $600 This committee was in charge of propaganda for WWI (1917-1919). It depicted the U.S. as a champion of justice and liberty Creel Committee - CPI

  50. WWI Part Duex - $800 Wilson gave this as a reason for U.S. involvement in WWI. "Make the World Safe for Democracy"

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