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

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Are you well informed?

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

 May 13, 2020

1 of 20Pick Your Answer!

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

2 of 20Pick Your Answer!

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

3 of 20Pick Your Answer!

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

4 of 20Pick Your Answer!

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

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.
Sputnik
Challenger
Explorer

7 of 20Pick Your Answer!

Passed in 1933, the Twenty-First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution ended ___.
WWI
Prohibition
Slavery

8 of 20Pick Your Answer!

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

9 of 20Pick Your Answer!

The first successful permanent English settlement in North America was called ___.
New Amsterdam
Jamestown
Lauderhill

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 ___.
Protestant Reformation
Boston Tea Party
Storming of the Bastille

12 of 20Pick Your Answer!

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

13 of 20Pick Your Answer!

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

14 of 20Pick Your Answer!

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

15 of 20Pick Your Answer!

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

16 of 20Pick Your Answer!

The ___ famously sank in 1912.
Mayflower
Titanic
Lusitania

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
Ten
Thirteen

19 of 20Pick Your Answer!

___ designed the very first American flag in 1776.
Sojourner Truth
Betty Ford
Betsy Ross

20 of 20Pick Your Answer!

Franklin D. Roosevelt was elected President for ___ terms.
seven
four
twelve
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