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1 of 25Choose Your Answer:
As a teen, ___ came up with the idea for the world's first electronic television.
Alexander Graham Bell
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Many Americans hoped to get rich quickly by ___ in California in 1848.
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___ was NOT a state during the Civil War.
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The United States of America purchased Florida from ___ in 1819.
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___ was the nickname that the Confederate states gave northerners during the Civil War.
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In 1929, the stock market crashed, and the economy tanked. This was known as the ___.
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Which president was known for walking 3 miles to return 6 cents to a customer?
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Georgia started as a ___ colony.
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When the colonies formed an army before the Revolutionary War, they chose ___ to be their leader.
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True or False: The Oregon Trail was the path that the pioneers used when traveling west during the 19th century.
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The first capital in the US was ___ city.
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The first president to hold a pilot's license was ___.
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___ was responsible for Chicago kids getting school milk.
Baby Face Nelson
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Benjamin Franklin claimed to be a ___ by trade.
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Jimmy Carter was the first President to be born in a ___.
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Tennessee was called ___ until 1796.
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Which first name has been commonly used by many Presidents?
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The turning point in the Civil War for the North was the Battle of ___.
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Who is considered to be the "Father of the Constitution"?
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Which movement was against the sale and drinking of alcohol?
The Abolitionist Movement
The Suffrage Movement
The Temperance Movement
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___ was a pamphlet written by Thomas Paine to convince colonists that it was time to become independent from Britain.
A lot has happened to shape the United States of America as we know it today. The US is relatively young country — less than 250 years old— but it has packed a whole lot in that time. From world wars to civil wars to 45 presidents to moon landings to wars, to unheard of inventions from the Industrial Revolution to the tech boom, America has left an indelible mark on the world, and it continues to shape popular culture, science, and events around the globe!
Do you know how we came to be? Do you know who the Founding Fathers were and how early American government was formed? Do know the battles fought and waged in the name of Democracy? Can you name every president that has served the country since its humble beginnings? Do you know the names of the great presidents from those who faded into obscurity? Do you know the good times from the bad, from the prosperous times to the Great Depression? Do you know what happened during the Cold War and who finally won the space race? If you know the answers to all those questions, you may just be a US history fanatic, and you might have the know-how to ace this super fun quiz! So sit back, relax, put on your thinking cap and take a trip back in time through America's colorful, vibrant and rewarding history!
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