Fill In The Blanks: American History Edition! Can You Get 100%?

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How patriotic are you?

If you're a true history buff, you should know all of these important people, places, and things from America's past!

 Apr 06, 2020

1 of 20Pick Your Answer!

On _____, Allied Forces landed in Normandy in June of 1944.
B-Day
D-Day
C-Day

2 of 20Pick Your Answer!

American women were granted the right to _____ in 1920.
Vote
Work
Drive

3 of 20Pick Your Answer!

President John F. Kennedy was shot and killed in _____.
New York City
Dallas
Washington, D.C.

4 of 20Pick Your Answer!

_____ v. Board of Education was the Supreme Court case that ended segregation in schools.
Blue
Black
Brown

5 of 20Pick Your Answer!

The _____ Proclamation was the document issued by Abraham Lincoln that freed the slaves in the rebellious states.
Emancipation
Anticipation
Reoccupation

6 of 20Pick Your Answer!

On January 28, 1986, the space shuttle _____ exploded shortly after liftoff, taking the lives of all 7 people on board.
Explorer
Sputnik
Challenger

7 of 20Pick Your Answer!

The Twenty-First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, passed in 1933, ended _____.
WWI
Slavery
Prohibition

8 of 20Pick Your Answer!

The Declaration of Independence was signed in _____.
1697
1776
1892

9 of 20Pick Your Answer!

The first successful permanent English settlement in North America was called _____.
Jamestown
Plymouth
New Amsterdam

10 of 20Pick Your Answer!

The first ten amendments to the Constitution are called the _____.
The Declaration of Independence
The Bill of Rights
The Articles of Confederation

11 of 20Pick Your Answer!

In 1773, to protest the taxes levied on tea by the British government, a group of colonists participated in the _____.
Boston Tea Party
Storming of the Bastille
Protestant Reformation

12 of 20Pick Your Answer!

Pearl Harbor was attacked by the _____ in 1941.
Japanese
Soviets
Germans

13 of 20Pick Your Answer!

_____ was a prominent abolitionist and instrumental figure in establishing The Underground Railroad.
Rosa Parks
Harriet Tubman
Coretta Scott King

14 of 20Pick Your Answer!

George Washington was the United States' _____ president.
second
third
first

15 of 20Pick Your Answer!

The Massachusetts town of _____ was known for its Witch Trials, which took place in the 1690s.
Salem
Cambridge
Plymouth

16 of 20Pick Your Answer!

The _____ famously sank in 1912.
Lusitania
Mayflower
Titanic

17 of 20Pick Your Answer!

The speech Lincoln gave at the dedication of the Soldiers' National Cemetery in 1863 is known as _____
The I Have A Dream Speech
The Gettysburg Address
The Watergate Speech

18 of 20Pick Your Answer!

_____ colonies signed the Declaration of Independence.
Twenty
Thirteen
Ten

19 of 20Pick Your Answer!

_____ designed the very first American flag in 1776.
Betty Ford
Susan B. Anthony
Betsy Ross

20 of 20Pick Your Answer!

Franklin D. Roosevelt was elected President for _____ terms.
four
three
five
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Are you enough of an American Patriot to score over 50% on this extremely tricky U.S. History quiz? It's time to find out just how much you love and know your country! American history, in the realm of history, isn't even actually that long. This country hasn't even been around for 250 years! There are literally universities in this country that are older than our country. But in that time, the United States has managed to become the most powerful country on the planet, for better or for worse. They say that those who don't know their history are doomed to repeat it, and some days it really feels like we've forgotten where we came from. So it's important, from time to time, to check back in with the figures in our past. What did our Founding Fathers really mean when they wrote the Bill of Rights? We'll probably never know the true answer to that, but what we can do is remember all the important things that happened in our past. Do you know why 1776 is an important year in U.S. History? What about 1863? Do you know who Thurgood Marshall is? How about Robert E. Lee? Lots of Americans don't remember some of these facts - but it's important to think about who, what, when, where and WHY our history is the way it is. With this quiz, find out if your American history skills are up to snuff! So what are you waiting for? Hit the play button now! Have fun, and good luck!