Quiz: Can You Answer 20 Historical Questions EVERY American Should Know?

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If you're a certified history buff, we've got the ultimate United States history challenge for you! Can you pass?

 Dec 28, 2019

1 of 20Pick Your Answer!

____ was the belief that the U.S. had the right to occupy all of America?
Manifest Destiny
New Deal
Truman Doctrine

2 of 20Pick Your Answer!

What was the war between the American colonists and England called?
World War I
Civil War
American Revolution

3 of 20Pick Your Answer!

How many terms did George Washington serve?
3
2
1

4 of 20Pick Your Answer!

Who was a founder of the Federalist Party?
Thomas Jefferson
Alexander Hamilton
Abraham Lincoln

5 of 20Pick Your Answer!

Who was a founder of the Anti-Federalist Party?
Thomas Jefferson
Theodore Roosevelt
Andrew Jackson

6 of 20Pick Your Answer!

Who did America fight in the War of 1812?
England
Germany
Spain

7 of 20Pick Your Answer!

What is the belief that the United States should stay out of foreign affairs?
Isolationism
Patriotism
Materialism

8 of 20Pick Your Answer!

When did the U.S. declare war on Germany leading them into WWI?
1944
1963
1917

9 of 20Pick Your Answer!

Which amendment enacted prohibition?
18th
23rd
13th

10 of 20Pick Your Answer!

What was the name of Franklin Roosevelt's federal programs that helped relief efforts during the Great Depression?
Civil Rights Act
New Deal
Monroe Doctrine

11 of 20Pick Your Answer!

What is the belief that the United States should intervene in foreign affairs?
Patriotism
Nationalism
Interventionalism

12 of 20Pick Your Answer!

Who led the Confederate Army?
George Washington
Ulysses S. Grant
Robert E. Lee

13 of 20Pick Your Answer!

When did the stock market crash leading to the Great Depression?
1929
1914
1936

14 of 20Pick Your Answer!

What attack led the United States into World War II?
Pearl Harbor
Pentagon
Twin Towers

15 of 20Pick Your Answer!

What is hostility towards immigrants called?
Nativism
Nationalism
Materialism

16 of 20Pick Your Answer!

What was America's war with Russia called?
The Russian War
The Cold War
The Communist Conflict

17 of 20Pick Your Answer!

Which of these presidents was assassinated?
Gerald Ford
Jimmy Carter
John F. Kennedy

18 of 20Pick Your Answer!

What was the anti-establishment movement of the 1960s called?
Communism
Counterculture
Prohibition

19 of 20Pick Your Answer!

Where was the first permanent English settlement?
Jamestown
Salem
New London

20 of 20Pick Your Answer!

Where was the Declaration of Independence written?
Mount Vernon
Ellis Island
Independence Hall
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