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From the options below, which was NOT one of the original Thirteen Colonies?
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___ was the first cash crop in America.
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Who was the first president to appear on TV?
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True or False: The "Year without summer" was in 1901.
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The Statue of Liberty was given to the U.S. by whom?
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True o False: There are 17 strips on the U.S. flag.
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Who was the first man to fly solo and non-stop across the Atlantic?
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July 4th marked the death of which two founding fathers?
John Adams and Thomas Jefferson
Zachary Pierce and Benjamin Franklin
William McKinley and George Washington
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Which president had a home called the Hermitage?
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The first space shuttle to go into space was named, "The ___".
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Mexico was once apart of which state?
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In the past, New York City was also known as ___.
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True or False: The tallest building in the U.S. is the Willis Tower.
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What battle was the turning point in the Civil War for the North?
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In 1962, the ___ nearly led to a nuclear confrontation between the US and Russia.
Cuban Missle Crisis
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The White House received it's name from which president?
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Who was the first president to be impeached?
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The $2 bill contains a picture of which president?
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What was the name of the mail service that used horses and riders?
The Postal Ponies
The Pony Express
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True or False: The United States doesn't have an official language.
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Malcolm X's real name was ___.
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November 11th, 1954 marked the first day of what US holiday?
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At the end of WWII, which two cities were struck by two US atomic bombs?
Tokyo and Nagasaki
Osaka and Toyko
Hiroshima and Nagasaki
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True or False: Main is the only US state that is a one-syllable name.
Are you a true blue American history buff? Do you know all there is to know about the wars waged with and in the US? Do you know all of the inventions and artistic works to come out of America throughout the ages? Do you get into long conversations about how history will continue to affect the world we live in for centuries to come? If you said "yes" to any of these questions, this is the quiz for you! To find out how much you know about American history and the events and people who shaped it over the past almost 250 years, take this challenging but fun quiz!
From Mayflower descendants to people who arrived yesterday, America has long been considered a destination for those seeking a better life. After almost 250 years in existence, America is LOADED with stories—from coast to coast, from sea to shining sea, of how the colonies were formed and how the west was won. If you have a passion for the United States, and a high IQ to match, you've come to the right place! It's just about that time to sit back, relax, access your American history memory banks and answer these 25 questions about a range of historical subjects from geography and pop culture to language and medicine throughout country's lifetime. Not only will you have loads of fun, you'll probably learn something, too. Good luck with your fun and exciting journey into America's rich past!