Quiz: If You Can Answer These 16 History Questions Your Iq Range Is 140-149

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Are you a history buff!? Only 16 questions stand in your way...

If history was your favorite subject in class, you'll totally ace this quiz! Calling all history majors! This quiz is for you!

 Mar 17, 2020

1 of 16Pick one!

Who said the iconic historical quote: "Give me liberty or give me death"?
Mike Pence
Martin Luther King
Patrick Henry

2 of 16Pick one!

What was the main cause of the spread of the Black Plague?
Mosquitos
Rats
Water

3 of 16Pick one!

T/F: Alexander Hamilton was an early American president.
True, he was the 6th President of the U.S.
False, he was the first Secretary of the Treasury.

4 of 16Pick one!

The "Red Scare" in the 40s and 50s was the fear of the spread of _______.
AIDS
Communism
the Black Plague

5 of 16Pick one!

"Freedom of Speech" is addressed in which amendment?
17th ammendment
2nd ammendment
1st ammendment

6 of 16Pick one!

Which harmful chemical was used heavily during the Vietnam War?
Agent Orange
Anthrax
Cyanide

7 of 16Pick one!

How many U.S. presidents have been assassinated while in office?
2
4
0

8 of 16Pick one!

Which of the following was NOT part of the original 13 U.S. colonies?
Georgia
Pennsylvania
Delaware

9 of 16Pick one!

What state did the Gold Rush of 1849 take place in?
Florida
Alaska
California

10 of 16Pick one!

What was the Roe vs. Wade Supreme Court Case about?
Burning of the U.S flag
Abortion
Separation of church and school

11 of 16Pick one!

Who was the first Western explorer to reach China?
Christopher Columbus
Ferdinand Magellan
Marco Polo

12 of 16Pick one!

The Watergate Scandal involved which U.S President?
Richard Nixon
John F. Kennedy
Ronald Reagan

13 of 16Pick one!

Which European country was "neutral" during World Wars?
France
Italy
Austria

14 of 16Pick one!

In 1863, President Abraham Lincoln issued the ___________ which freed millions of slaves.
Emancipation Proclamation
State of the Union
Delegated Unilateral Powers

15 of 16Pick one!

This war is also known as "The Great War".
World War II
World War I
The 100 Years War

16 of 16Pick one!

Which President said: "Ask not what your country can do for you, ask what you can do for your country"?
Barack Obama
John F. Kennedy
Richard Nixon
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