Blank Jeopardy

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New South
Social and
political
change
The Great
Depression
People
Misc.
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Georgia politician and leader of the
Populist Party
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Tom Watson
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Served as the first female U.S.
Senator
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Rebecca Latimer Felton
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Three men; Joseph E. Brown, Alfred
Colquitt and John B. Gordon that led
Georgia Democrats
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Bourbon Triumvirate
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Person known as the “Voice of the
New South”
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Henry Grady
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System of voting used in local and
state elections which gave small
rural counties more voting power
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County Unit System
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Laws passed to established
segregation among blacks and
whites
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Jim Crow Laws
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Constitutional Amendment that gave
women the right to vote (suffrage)
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th
19 Amendment
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President of Atlanta University;
helped create the NAACP, worked
with his wife to better the lives of
African Americans in Atlanta
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John Hope
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Atlanta businessman (barber and
owner of Atlanta Mutual Insurance)
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Alonzo Herndon
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1st major organization for African
Americans rights; created through
the Niagara Movement
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NAACP
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A period of time with little or no
rainfall
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Drought
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Elected President of the United
States in 1932, developed the New
Deal
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Franklin D. Roosevelt
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Another name for the day the Stock
Market crashed
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“Black Tuesday”
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Insect that destroyed large amounts
of southern cotton
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Boll Weevil
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New Deal program that helped bring
electricity to rural areas
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REA
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Served in the US Senate for 38 years
and helped to bring military bases to
Georgia (____________ parkway in
Warner Robbins)
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Richard B. Russell
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This man died at his home in Warm
Springs, Georgia ( The Little White
House)
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FDR
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Signed the Charter of 1732 which
created Georgia (Our state was
named after him)
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King George II
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Archduke for Austria-Hungary; his
assassination marked the beginning
of WWI
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Franz Ferdinand
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Atlanta University professor who
believed in forming organizations to
fight against discrimination; worked
with the Niagara Movement and
NAACP in New York
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W.E.B. DuBois
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New Deal program still used today,
set up to help the elderly workers
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Social Security Act
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Main Confederate General
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Robert E. Lee
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Invented the Cotton Gin
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Eli Whitney
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Three Georgians who signed the
Declaration of Independence
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Button Gwinnett, Lyman Hall and
George Walton
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Georgia’s 3rd capitol city
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Louisville
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