Quiz: Lewis & Clark Could Pass This Early America History Quiz. Can You?

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Are you ready for a Lewis and Clark expedition?

How much history do you know? You need to take this quiz and put your knowledge to the ultimate test!

 Nov 17, 2018

1 of 18Choose the correct answer!

Lewis and Clark is best known for exploring Western North America and _____.
Northern Mexico
West of the Mississippi
Louisiana Territory

2 of 18Choose the correct answer!

The first pilgrims, the Huguenots, settled in modern:
Pennsylvania
Maryland
Florida

3 of 18Choose the correct answer!

This is sometimes referred to as the final battle of the English Civil War.
Battle of Hastings
Battle of Waterloo
Battle of the Severn

4 of 18Choose the correct answer!

Captain Meriwether Lewis was President Jefferson's private secretary.
False
True

5 of 18Choose the correct answer!

In what U.S. city did the expedition of Lewis and Clark begin?
Chicago
New York
St. Louis

6 of 18Choose the correct answer!

What river did the Lewis and Clark expedition follow during the first part of their trip?
Missouri River
Hudson River
Mississippi River

7 of 18Choose the correct answer!

What Native American tribe gave Lewis and Clark food and shelter after they made it through the Rocky Mountains?
Blackfoot
Nez Perce
Cherokee

8 of 18Choose the correct answer!

Who was the interpreter on the trip?
Alinea
Hulipapawe
Sacagawea

9 of 18Choose the correct answer!

Which country gifted the U.S the Statue of Liberty?
England
Spain
France

10 of 18Choose the correct answer!

Which country agreed to sell the entire Louisiana Territory to President Thomas Jefferson?
France
Germany
Great Britain

11 of 18Choose the correct answer!

How many original colonies were there?
15
9
13

12 of 18Choose the correct answer!

Which of the following is NOT one of the original colonies?
Delaware
Texas
Pennsylvania

13 of 18Choose the correct answer!

Which city was formerly known as New Amsterdam?
New Orleans
New York
New Haven

14 of 18Choose the correct answer!

What was the name of the ship that brought the Pilgrims to New England in 1620?
Queen Mary
Titanic
The Mayflower

15 of 18Choose the correct answer!

Battle of Bunker Hill was considered to be the beginning of the American Revolutionary War.
True
False

16 of 18Choose the correct answer!

What is the oldest city in the USA?
St. Augustine
Plymouth
New Haven

17 of 18Choose the correct answer!

The Battle of New Orleans was led by:
George Washington
Thomas Jefferson
Andrew Jackson

18 of 18Choose the correct answer!

Which President issued the order that freed the slaves in 1863?
Abraham Lincoln
Thomas Jefferson
Andrew Jackson
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