5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Harriet Tubman
- Fredrick Douglass
- Soloman Northup
- Henry Clay
- Denmark Vesey
- a won money in a street lottery, but was hung later for his part in trying to help slaves escape
- b a powerful voice in the abolitionist movement
- c conductor for the underground railroad
- d wrote "Twelve Years a Slave"
- e senator from kentucky known as the "Great Compromiser", solved Missouri and California's issue of statehood
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- General of the Confederate forces in Virginia. Surrendered at Appomattox Court House
- fanatical abolitionist who joined the antislavery forces in Kansas, fought against proslavery settlers, more than 200 people were killed..."Bleeding Kansas"
- South Carolina's senator who led private meetings with southern members of Congress, first to secede the union
- invented the cotton gin
- Union general that led troops from Atlanta to the ocean and destroyed the Confederate Army
5 True/False Questions
Abraham Lincoln → started the American Red Cross
Ulysses S Grant → slave who moved with his master to free territory, his master died and he sued for freedom, His case lost in the Supreme Court. Slaves were defined as property.
Dred Scott → fanatical abolitionist who joined the antislavery forces in Kansas, fought against proslavery settlers, more than 200 people were killed..."Bleeding Kansas"
Nat Turner → led 70 slaves in a revolt against slave owners in Virginia
Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson → conductor for the underground railroad