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CHAPTER 14 - GROWTH OF THE

SINGLE JEOPARDY!®  

CATEGORY 1

CATEGORY 2

CATEGORY 3

CATEGORY 4

CATEGORY 5

CATEGORY 6

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Explanation

THE GROWTH OF COTTON

GROWTH

OF COTTON

THE SOUTHERN ECONOMY

SOUTH-

ERN

ECONOMY

SOUTHERN SOCIETY

SOUTH-

ERN

SOCIETY

THE SLAVE SYSTEM

THE SLAVE

SYSTEM

EMPTY

EMPTY

CLUE 1

ROW VALUE
200 POINTS


Response 1

THE DEVICE CONSISTING OF A

CYLINDER FILLED WITH ROWS

OF WIRE TEETH THAT

REMOVES SEEDS FROM

COTTON FIBERS.

THE COTTON GIN

THE USE OF SCIENTIFIC

TECHNIQUES TO IMPROVE

CROP PRODUCTION.

SCIENTIFIC

AGRICULTURE

SMALL LANDOWNING

FARMERS.

YEOMEN

SLAVE FROM VIRGINIA WHO

LED A VIOLENT REVOLT.

NAT TURNER

CLUE 2

ROW VALUE
400 POINTS


Response 2

THE REGION THAT GREW

MOST OF THE COUNTRY'S

COTTON CROP.

THE COTTON BELT

CROP BROKERS WHO

MANAGED TRADE BETWEEN

PLANTERS AND THEIR

CUSTOMERS IN PORT CITIES.

FACTORS

LARGE-SCALE FARMERS WHO

OWNED MANY SLAVES.

PLANTERS

STORIES WITH A MORAL TOLD

BY SLAVES.

FOLKTALES

CLUE 3

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600 POINTS


Response 3

THE TYPE OF COTTON THAT

GREW BEST IN THE SOUTH.

SHORT-STAPLE COTTON

THIS PERSON INVENTED A NEW

SUGAR-PROCESSING SYSTEM.

JEAN ETIENNE BORE

THIS GROUP OF FREE PEOPLE

FACED CONSTANT

DISCRIMINATION.

FREE AFRICAN

AMERICANS

EMOTIONAL CHRISTIAN SONGS

THAT BLENDED AFRICAN AND

EUROPEAN TRADITIONS.

SPIRITUALS

CLUE 4

ROW VALUE
800 POINTS


Response 4

MANY PLANTERS THOUGHT

THAT THIS WAS AN ART TO BE

PASSED DOWN FROM

GENERATION TO GENERATION.

CULTIVATION OF CROPS

THE OWNER OF THE ONLY

LARGE SOUTHERN FACTORY

THAT MADE IRON PRODUCTS.

JOSEPH R. ANDERSON

THE PROPORTION OF

SOUTHERNERS WHO DID NOT

OWN SLAVES.

2/3

LIVING CONDITIONS SLAVES

USUALLY RECEIVED.

DIRT FLOOR CABINS

AND CLOTHING MADE

CLUE 5

ROW VALUE
1000 POINTS


Response 5

THE PERSON AND INVENTION

WHICH GAVE NEW LIFE TO THE

SOUTHERN AGRICULTURAL

ECONOMY.

ELI WHITNEY/COTTON

GIN

THESE 3 STATES PROVIDED

SOUTHERN COTTON FARMERS

WITH ROPE AND SACKCLOTH.

KENTUCKY, MISSOURI

AND TENNESSEE

THIS PERSON GREATLY

ROMANTICIZED SOUTHERN

CULTURE IN HIS WRITING.

JOHN PENDLETON

KENNEDY

THESE TWO THINGS WERE

IMPORTANT IN THE SOCIAL

LIFE OF BOTH FREE AND

ENSLAVED AFRICAN

AMERICANS.

RELIGION AND FAMILY

 CATEGORY:   

THE URBAN SOUTH  

FINAL JEOPARDY!®  

 CLUE:   

NAME 3 OF THE 4 JOBS THATSLAVES PERFORMED IN THEURBAN SOUTH.    

 Response:   

MILL WORKERS,SHIPYARD WORK,

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CHAPTER 14 - GROWTH OF THE

DOUBLE JEOPARDY!®  

CATEGORY 1

CATEGORY 2

CATEGORY 3

CATEGORY 4

CATEGORY 5

CATEGORY 6

FULL SIZE
CATEGORY

ABBREVIATED
CATEGORY

Explanation

THE GROWTH OF COTTON

GROWTH

OF COTTON

THE SOUTHERN ECONOMY

SOUTH-

ERN

ECONOMY

SOUTHERN SOCIETY

SOUTH-

ERN

SOCIETY

THE SLAVE SYSTEM

THE SLAVE

SYSTEM

EMPTY

EMPTY

CLUE 1

ROW VALUE
400 POINTS


Response 1

PEOPLE BELIEVED THAT A

COUNTRY FOUNDED ON THIS

IDEAL SHOULD ABOLISH

SLAVERY.

LIBERTY

FOOD, NON-FOOD AND THIS

CROP WERE PLANTED BY

SOUTHERNERS.

COTTON

YEOMEN FARMERS WORKED

WITH THEIR SLAVES IN THIS

MANNER.

SIDE-BY-SIDE

SLAVES WERE VIEWED AS THIS

AFTER THE AMERICAN

REVOLUTION.

PROPERTY

CLUE 2

ROW VALUE
800 POINTS


Response 2

THE INCREASED DEMAND FOR

COTTON LED TO THE GROWTH

OF THIS INDUSTRY.

TEXTILE

THIS TYPE OF CITY GREW

WHEN THE DOMESTIC AND

INTERNATIONAL COTTON

TRADE GREW IN IMPORTANCE.

PORT CITIES

DURING THEIR OWN TIME

SLAVES WERE ABLE TO DO

THIS TO EARN MONEY.

ODD JOBS

DISHONEST SLAVE TRADERS

SOMETIMES DID THIS TO FREE

AFRICAN AMERICANS IN ORDER

TO SELL THEM INTO SLAVERY.

KIDNAP

. WHAT IS THE JUDICIAL

BRANCH?

CLUE 3

ROW VALUE
1200 POINTS


Response 3

THE DEVELOPMENT OF

COTTON AS A CASH CROP LED

TO THE DEMAND FOR THIS.

SLAVES

THIS STATE WAS THE

NATION'S LEADER IN THE

SUGAR INDUSTRY.

LOUISIANA

SAMUEL CLEMENS IS BETTER

KNOWN BY THIS PEN NAME.

MARK TWAIN

THESE PEOPLE, WHO WERE

SOMETIMES SLAVES

THEMSELVES, MADE SURE

THAT SLAVES FOLLOWED

ORDERS AND ALSO CARRIED

OUT PUNISHMENTS.

DRIVERS

.

CLUE 4

ROW VALUE
1600 POINTS


Response 4

U.S. EXPORTS OF COTTON IN

1860 MADE UP MORE THAN

THIS PERCENT.

50%

JOSEPH R. ANDERSON OWNED

THIS PRODUCTIVE IRON

WORKS MILL.

TREDEGAR IRON WORKS

IN SOME STATES FREE

AFRICAN AMERICANS NEEDED

THIS TO LIVE THERE.

SPECIAL PERMISSION

FROM THE STATE

FAMILIES OF ENSLAVED

AFRICAN AMERICANS WERE

OFTEN BROKEN AT THESE.

AUCTIONS

CLUE 5

ROW VALUE
2000 POINTS


Response 5

THESE 5 STATES MAKE UP THE

COTTON BELT.

SOUTH CAROLINA,

GEORGIA, ALABAMA,

COTTON BALES WERE

TYPICALLY SHIPPED IN LARGE

BALES OF THIS WEIGHT.

400 POUNDS

POOR WHITES HAD TO DO

THESE 4 THINGS IN ORDER TO

SURVIVE.

FISH, HUNT, DO ODD

JOBS AND GROW SMALL

THE ORIGINS OF TAP AND

SPIRITUALS DATE BACK, IN

PART, TO THIS AFRICAN

CEREMONIAL DANCE.

RING SHOUT

 CATEGORY:   

THE URBAN SOUTH  

FINAL JEOPARDY!®  

 CLUE:   

NAME 3 OF THE 4 JOBS THATSLAVES PERFORMED IN THEURBAN SOUTH.    

 Response:   

MILL WORKERS,SHIPYARD WORK,

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