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The victory helped lead to the re-election of President Lincoln in 1864. What was MOST SIGNIFICANT about Union Gen. Sherman’s capture of Atlanta?

When was the first bow and arrow used?

Woodland

What did Oglethorpe call the group of GA colonists that were upset about the Charter of 1732 ban on slavery and alcohol?

Clamorous Malcontents .

During the Three Governors Episode, where did Governor Ellis Arnall set up his office?

Capitol Information Booth

What was the Supreme Court decision called that declared the separate-butequal policy unconstitutional?

Brown v. Board of Education

According to Georgia’s Charter of 1732, which group of people could not become colonists?

Blacks, Lawyers, Alcohol Dealers, and Catholics

Who’s plans for Reconstruction would most likely have included the importance of Northern support of policies that would help the South recover as quickly as possible? President Lincoln

Ellis Arnell, _____________ and Melvin Thompson were all involved in Georgia’s infamous Three Governors Episode of 1946.

Herman Talmadge

Who favored bringing about social change through nonviolence?

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

After Lincoln’s death, which political leader believed that former Confederate states should be restored to the Union.

President Andrew Johnson

Which GA Gov. felt that the state flag of 1956 represented the past instead of looking toward the future, damaged Georgia’s tourist industry, and was a symbol of slavery, so he pushed through a change in 2001.

Roy Barnes

Radical Republicans most likely would have supported a plan for Reconstruction that included ________________ demands on ex-Confederates in the South?

HARSH

Alexander McGillivray signed what in 1790, giving away all Creek land east of the Oconee River?

Treaty of New York

Who was the first African-American mayor of Atlanta

Maynard Jackson

The three major Georgia cities located on the Fall Line are

Columbus, Macon, Augusta

TRUE or False De Soto and his men were able to defeat the Native Americans in battle, because De Soto’s men always had the numerical advantage in manpower.

False .

Which Supreme Court Chief Justice ruled that Georgia laws did not apply to the Cherokee?

John Marshall

What female was one of the first blacks to be admitted to the University of Georgia?

Charlayne Hunter

Who signed a treaty that ceded the last Creek land in Georgia?

Creek chief William McIntosh

They formed the Sibley Commission

What did Georgia do to study the problem of school integration?

In order to provide a buffer state to prevent Spanish and Native American invasions of South Carolina the King of England decided to do what? Create the Colony of Georgia.

After traveling the state, the Sibley Commission did.

Who recommended to allow local school systems to decide if they wanted integration or to shut down?

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s “I Have a Dream”

What speech associated with the March on Washington, D.C.

Who was a legendary female hero of the Revolutionary War.?

Nancy Hart

The Albany Movement in Georgia?

What action was taken in order to integrate the interstate bus station waiting rooms in

Who was Austin Dabney? The former slave / black soldier who was seriously wounded at the Battle of Kettle Creek.

Which amendment gave Black men the right to vote?

The

th 15

Amendment.

What words are found in both the pledge to the Georgia State Flag and on the 2003 flag itself?

Wisdom, Justice, Moderation

What was unique about the term of Gov. Ellis Arnall?

He was the first governor of Georgia to serve a term of four years.

Lincoln's presidential election led to a special legislative session in Georgia to consider what?

Georgia’s seceding from the Union.

In what area did Herman Talmadge make his greatest contributions as governor?

Education

The Liberty boys were formed in Savannah as a form of protest to what?

The Stamp Act

The Supreme Court's decision in Brown v. Board of Education (1954) struck down which practice that had been in place since Reconstruction?

The practice of "separate but equal" schools for black and white students.

What were 2 main points from the Proclamation of 1763?

A law signed by King George that forbade colonists to move west of the Appalachian Mountains & moved GA’s southern border to the St. Mary’s River.

The Fourteenth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution was passed in response to what?

The adoption of laws known as Black Codes by the southern states, and made the former slaves citizens of the US

Which Georgian served as mayor of Atlanta, and was instrumental in bringing the Olympics to Atlanta?

Andrew Young

What were 2 famous accomplishments of Ivan Allen, Jr.?

Ending desegregation of City Hall and bringing major league teams to ATL.

Which amendment abolished slavery?

The

th 13

Amendment

Is it true that Lester Maddox integrated the Georgia State Patrol?

YES/True

In what document did Lincoln free the slaves from their bondage in those southern states which were in rebellion against the Union.

Emancipation Proclamation

In what state did the Albany TRUE or FALSE The Albany movement was a political movement that attempted to desegregate the bus and train stations in Albany, New York Movement Occur?

Albany, Georgia

Name the notorious Civil War location in southern Georgia.

Andersonville Confederate Prison

Under the administration of William Hartsfield, racial moderation in Atlanta included the integration of what?

Lunch counters

Who was Benjamin Mays?

The president of Morehouse College, & the spiritual/mentor of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Who was the mayor of Atlanta responsible for bringing professional athletic teams to the city?

Ivan Allen, Jr.

How did William Hartsfield promote civil rights in Atlanta?

Integrated City Hall and hired the cities first black police officers.

Why (give 3 strong reasons) have so many companies moved to Atlanta, GA? Mild Climate Transportation infrastructure (airports, railroads, interstate)

Few/weak unions Low Tax Rate

Which law signed by LBJ made segregation and racial discrimination illegal?

Civil Rights Act of 1964

What happened to Georgia’s farmers after WWII?

Moving towards Industrialization The GI Bill provided for higher education and opportunities to move to suburbs their numbers declined

How did Robert Toombs, Alexander Stephens and Howell Cobb show their support for the Compromise of 1850? They wrote and introduced the “Georgia Platform” to the US Congress.

What did Ivan Allen, Jr. do with these signs?

He removed the “colored” and “white” signs from City Hall.

What is the big deal about Columbus, Macon, Augusta?

The three major Georgia cities located on the Fall Line

What was the weapon of choice for the Woodland Indians?

bow and arrow

Where is the motto, “Wisdom, Justice, Moderation” found?

In both the pledge to the Georgia State Flag and on the 2003 flag itself.

TRUE or False De Soto and his men were able to defeat the native Indians in battle De Soto’s men De Soto’s men rode horses De Soto’s men had firearms and swords of steel.

TRUE .

One year short of its original goal, Georgia was a charter colony for A. 10 years. B. 15 years. C. 20 years D. 21 years

C

.

Brown v. Board of Education declared what?

That the separatebut-equal policy was unconstitutional.

According to Georgia’s Charter of 1732, Blacks, Lawyers, Alcohol Dealers belonged to what group? A group of people that could not become colonists

President Lincoln's plans for Reconstruction would most likely have included which of these two options? A ) It is important that the South be punished economically and politically for starting the Civil War. B) It is important that the North support policies that help the South recover as quickly as possible.

Ellis Arnell, _____________ and Herman Talmadge were all involved in Georgia’s infamous Three Governors Episode of 1946.

Melvin Thompson

How did Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. favor bringing about social change?

through nonviolence

After Lincoln’s death, President Andrew Johnson believed what should happen to the former Confederate States?

That they should be restored to the Union.

What reasons did those that wanted to change the 1956 Georgia flag give? 1) It represented the past instead of looking toward the future. 2) It damaged Georgia’s tourist industry. 3) It was a symbol of slavery.

Who would have most likely supported a plan for Reconstruction that included harsh demands on exConfederates in the South?

Radical Republicans

The Treaty of New York was signed in 1790 by ________________, giving away all Creek land east of the Oconee River?

Alexander McGillivray

Who was Maynard Jackson?

The first African-American mayor of Atlanta

Supreme Court Justice John Marshall ruled that ___________did not apply to the Cherokee?

Georgia laws

Who was one of the first blacks MALES to be admitted to the University of Georgia?

Hamilton Holmes

Who was William McIntosh?

A Creek Chief that signed a treaty that ceded the last Creek land in Georgia.

What was the purpose of the Sibley Commission?

To study the problem of school integration

In order to provide a buffer state to prevent Spanish and Native American invasions of South Carolina the King of England decided to do what? Create the Colony of Georgia

What did the Sibley Commission recommended?

It decided to allow local school systems to decide if they wanted integration or to shut down.

With what is the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s “I Have a Dream” speech associated?

The March on Washington, D.C.

Who was Nancy Hart?

A legendary heroine(female hero) of the Revolutionary War.

What was the focus of the Albany Movement in Georgia?

To integrate interstate bus station waiting rooms in Albany

Who was The former slave / black soldier who was seriously wounded at the Battle of Kettle Creek?

Austin Dabney

Which amendment gave Black Men the right to vote?

The

th 15

Amendment

What was unique about the term of Gov. Ellis Arnall?

He was the first governor of Georgia to serve a term of four years.

Lincoln's presidential election led to a special legislative session in Georgia to consider what?

Georgia’s seceding from the Union

During the Three Governors Episode, where did Governor Ellis Arnall set up his office?

Capitol information booth.

In what area did Herman Talmadge make his greatest contributions as governor?

Education

The Liberty boys were formed in Savannah as a form of protest to what?

The Stamp Act

The Supreme Court's decision in Brown v. Board of Education (1954) struck down which practice that had been in place since Reconstruction?

The practice of "separate but equal" schools for black and white students

What was the Proclamation of 1763?

A law signed by King George that forbade colonists to move west of the Appalachian Mountains

The Fourteenth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution was passed in response to what?

The adoption of laws known as Black Codes by the southern states.

Which Georgian served as mayor of Atlanta, and was instrumental in bringing the Olympics to Atlanta?

Andrew Jackson Young

What was one accomplishment of Ivan Allen Jr.?

He took a stand against segregation in Atlanta.

Which amendment abolished slavery?

The

th 13

Amendment

Is it a fact that Lester Maddox closed his business rather than integrate it ?

YES

In what document did Lincoln free the slaves from their bondage in those southern states which were in rebellion against the Union.

Emancipation Proclamation

What notorious Civil War place was located in Andersonville, Georgia?

Andersonville Confederate Prison

Under the administration of William Hartsfield, racial moderation in Atlanta included the integration of what?

City Hall

Who was best known for being the spiritual/mentor of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.?

Benjamin Mays

Who was the mayor of Atlanta responsible for bringing professional athletic teams to the city?

Ivan Allen Jr.

Who promoted civil rights in Atlanta by Integrated cities lunch counters and hiring the cities first black police officers ?

William Hartsfield

Who moved to Atlanta, GA because of its Mild Climate Low Tax Rate Few/weak unions Transportation(airport s/railroads/interstate) Domestic and International businesses

What did the Civil Rights Act of 1964 do?

It made segregation and racial discrimination illegal.

True or False The Emancipation Proclamation, allowed President Lincoln to free all of the slaves? FALSE Only the slaves who were in bondage in the southern states that belonged to the Confederacy were freed.

After WWII, the increase use of tractors caused what to happen?

The number of farmers in Georgia declined because more tractors were being used.

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