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100

What is 1861?
Fort Sumter

100

Who is Nat Turner?
His uprising in 1831 would be the last slave rebellion until the Civil War.

100

What is Pennsylvania?
The Whiskey Rebellion and the founding of Fort Pitt both occurred in this colony/state?

100

What is Vicksburg?
Gettysburg and _______ are considered the twin turning points of the Civil War?

100

Who is Abraham Lincoln?
"Fourscore and seven years ago, our forefathers brought forth upon this continent a new nation, dedicated to the proposition that all men were created equal..."

200

What is 1800?
Jefferson's revolutionary election

200

Who is James Monroe?
Though written by John Quincy Adams, this president's statement to Europe forbade the European colonization of the New World.

200

What is California?
Some of the 49ers struck gold in this future state.

200

What is the Mexican American War?
1846-1848

200

Who is Harriet Beecher Stowe?
Lincoln said about her "So this is the little lady who started the great war."

300

What is 1848?
Seneca Falls Convention

300

Who is Frederick Douglass?
The author of three autobiographies, this escaped slave became one of the primary voices of the abolitionist movement.

300

What is the Gulf of Mexico?
The Anaconda Plan sought to cut off all Southern cities located along the coast of the Atlantic Ocean and this body of water.

300

What is the Eire Canal?
The completion of this waterway in 1817 allowed for the rapid transit of goods from New York to the Great Lakes.

300

Who is William Lloyd Garrison?
"The liberation of the African slave in America is our goal now and always."

400

What is 1867?
Military Reconstruction becomes the law

400

Who is William Lowell?
Though he died before it reached the peak of its success, he created a textile system that revolutionized the factory system in America?

400

What is New Orleans?
By the start of the Civil War, the largest cities in the South were Richmond, Charleston, and this port city.

400

What is Japan?
Matthew Perry delivered greetings from President Fillmore to the emperor of this far east nation in 1851, thus starting America's interest in imperialism.

400

Who is Andrew Jackson?
"John Marshall has made his ruling, now let him enforce it"

500

What is 1857?
The Dred Scott case and James Buchanan begins his presidency

500

Who is Clara Barton?
A nurse during the Civil War, she later earned the nickname "America's Florence Nightingale" by founding the Red Cross.

500

What is Maine?
Lincoln's first vice president, Hannibal Hamlin, came from this northern state which joined the Union as part of the 1820 Compromise.

500

What is the Second Great Awakening?
Prison reform, the abolitionist movement, and temperance are all derived from this religious movement of the early 1800s.

500

Who is Elizabeth Cady Stanton?
"We hold these truths to be self evident, that all men and women were created equal. That they are endowed by their Creator with certain inalienable rights..."

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