SuperTeacherTools SuperTeacherTools Help Subscribe to Email Subscribe to RSS
Jeopardy Home Create a New Game Create a New Game Play This Game in SpeedMatch
How to Use Instant Jeopardy Review:

Instant Jeopardy Review is designed for live play with up to ten individuals or teams. Teams choose a question, then try to give the best answer. Scoring is built in for each team. You can post a link to this review game using the orange game information button below. If you are the creator of this game, you can edit the game with the red edit button. Have fun!
Click here for the answer key for this game

Play This Game Live With Teams Now!  Join Live Game as a Player


Seconds To Answer Each Question
Set to 0 to hide the timer

Prefer the old Flash template? Switch now: Robber Baron's Jeopardy Jeopardy Review Flash Version

Robber Baron's Jeopardy
Play This Game Live Now  Join Live Game as a Player

Andrew Carnegie John D. Rockefeller J.P. Morgan
100 100 100
200 200 200
300 300 300
400 400 400
500 500 500
Final Question
Edit Game
What is this Robber Baron known for?
View Answer
What is this Robber Baron known for?
Carnegie Steel Company
What was his very first job in the textile factory?
View Answer
What was his very first job in the textile factory?
A Bobbin Boy
What did he help establish?
View Answer
What did he help establish?
Libraries, Schools, and Major Universities
What did Carnegie say about philanthropy?
View Answer
What did Carnegie say about philanthropy?
'The man who dies this rich dies disgraced' (Andrew Carnegie).
When did Carnegie get the idea for the idea for a steel company?
View Answer
When did Carnegie get the idea for the idea for a steel company?
1865, because he saw America's need for steel after the Civil War had ended.
What was this Robber Baron known for?
View Answer
What was this Robber Baron known for?
The Standard Oil Company
What conflict arose between the government and Rockefeller?
View Answer
What conflict arose between the government and Rockefeller?
He was accused of being a monopoly and was tried for it
What did Rockefeller help by donating money?
View Answer
What did Rockefeller help by donating money?
Founding a school for women, a medical college, and whenever walking down the street he would give a dime to any kid that asked
Who was Rockefeller compared to in a classic christmas novel?
View Answer
Who was Rockefeller compared to in a classic christmas novel?
Ebenezer Scrooge
How much of all oil companies in America did Rockefeller own at the end of his reign?
View Answer
How much of all oil companies in America did Rockefeller own at the end of his reign?
90%
What was this Robber Baron known for?
View Answer
What was this Robber Baron known for?
The US Steel Company
What was different about Morgan compared to Carnegie and Rockefeller?
View Answer
What was different about Morgan compared to Carnegie and Rockefeller?
He never went from 'rags to riches' he was always around wealth and he had very good relationships with the government
What was the major milestone his company reached?
View Answer
What was the major milestone his company reached?
It was the 1st billion dollar company
When was his company founded?
View Answer
When was his company founded?
1890's
What is the US steel apart of on Wall Street today?
View Answer
What is the US steel apart of on Wall Street today?
NYSE: New York Stock Exchange
View Answer


View Answer


View Answer


View Answer


View Answer


View Answer


View Answer


View Answer


View Answer


View Answer


One of these Robber Baron's took over the other which was it?
View Answer
One of these Robber Baron's took over the other which was it?
J.P. Morgan bought out Carnegie when Carnegie decided to no longer run the Carnegie Steel Company any more.




Scoreboard
Scoreboard
Team 1
Lose Point
Add Point
Team 2
Lose Point
Add Point
Team 3
Lose Point
Add Point
Team 4
Lose Point
Add Point
Team 5
Lose Point
Add Point
Team 6
Lose Point
Add Point
Team 7
Lose Point
Add Point
Team 8
Lose Point
Add Point
Team 9
Lose Point
Add Point
Team 10
Lose Point
Add Point


What Would You Like To Risk?

Scoreboard
Team 1
Minus 1
Plus 1
Team 2
Minus 1
Plus 1
Team 3
Minus 1
Plus 1
Team 4
Minus 1
Plus 1
Team 5
Minus 1
Plus 1
Team 6
Minus 1
Plus 1
Team 7
Minus 1
Plus 1
Team 8
Minus 1
Plus 1
Team 9
Minus 1
Plus 1
Team 10
Minus 1
Plus 1


Go To The Final Question
Final Score:
Scoreboard
Team 1
Lose Point
Add Point
Team 2
Lose Point
Add Point
Team 3
Lose Point
Add Point
Team 4
Lose Point
Add Point
Team 5
Lose Point
Add Point
Team 6
Lose Point
Add Point
Team 7
Lose Point
Add Point
Team 8
Lose Point
Add Point
Team 9
Lose Point
Add Point
Team 10
Lose Point
Add Point


Create a New Game Create a New Game