Quiz: Every American Should Score 100% On This Ultimate US Test. Will You?

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Are you an American scholar? Prove it!

Are you a history buff who loves America? Take this quiz to see how well know significant historical moments in the United States!

 Jul 11, 2020

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Who fought in the Civil War?
Pilgrims vs. Native Americans
The Union vs. The Confederacy
England vs. America

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Hillary Clinton
Jacqueline Kennedy
Grace Kelly

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What did the Emancipation Proclamation do?
It initiated the Underground Railroad
It freed the slaves after the Civil War
It started the Civil War

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Ulysees Grant
Gerald Ford
John F. Kennedy

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The last state to be added into the U.S. was _____.
Alaska
Hawaii
New Mexico

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Wilbur Wright
Woodrow Wilson
Ronald Reagan

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Steve Jobs
Buzz Lightyear
Neil Armstrong

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What is another title for the President?
Commander in Charge
Chief of Country
Commander in Chief

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The Wright Brothers
The Beatles
Laurel and Hardy

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Which of these is NOT a branch of the U.S. government?
Executive
Judicial
Presidential

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Quartz
Condoleezza Rice
Hilary Clinton
Melinda Gates

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Calvin Coolidge
Thomas Jefferson
Ulysees Grant

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How old must a person be in order to run for president?
35
16
60

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Colin Powell
George W. Bush
Barack Obama

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Which country does NOT directly border the U.S?
Canada
Mexico
Russia

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Abraham Lincoln
George Washington
Theodore Roosevelt

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Alice Paul
Eleanor Roosevelt
Jeannette Rankin

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How old must a person be to vote in America?
14
18
22

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Sally Ride
Carly Fiorina
Betty Ford

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Who was President during the Civil War?
Franklin D. Roosevelt
Thomas Jefferson
Abraham Lincoln

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Bayard Rustin
Martin Luther King, Jr.
Malcolm X

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The Boston Tea Party was a protest against taxation without representation. True or False?
False
True

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George Washington
Abraham Lincoln
John Adams

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Elvis Presley
Paul McCartney
Frank Sinatra

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Who made the original American flag?
Harriet Tubman
Betsy Ross
George Washington

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Wanda Sykes
Sojourner Truth
Harriet Tubman

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The first words of the U.S. Constitution are "We the People..." True or False?
False
True

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Rosa Parks
Maya Angelou
Ruby Bridges

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Ulysses S. Grant was the President of the Confederacy. True or False?
True
False

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John F. Kennedy
Winthrop Rockefeller
Alexander Hamilton

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Susan B. Anthony
Clara Barton
Betsy Ross

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How many stripes are on the American flag?
Ten
Thirteen
Fifteen

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Malcolm X
James Baldwin
Andrew Young

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What does the D.C. in Washington D.C. stand for?
District of Columbia
District of Citizens
District Capital

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Serena Williams
Michelle Obama
Rosa Parks
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