Quiz: Make Your History Teacher Proud By Acing This Tricky US History Test

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If you are are historian of all things regarding the United States, you'll have no problem acing this fun and challenging quiz!

 Jun 16, 2018
1 of 18Choose Your Answer:
Which state is home to White Sands National Monument?
Nevada
California
New Mexico
2 of 18Choose Your Answer:
George Washington was a member of which political party?
Republican
Whig
Federalist
3 of 18Choose Your Answer:
In what year did Alaska become a US state?
1959
1865
1776
4 of 18Choose Your Answer:
What was designed by Fredric-Auguste Bartholdi and given to the US as a gift from France?
The flag
The Statue Of Liberty
The Liberty Bell
5 of 18Choose Your Answer:
Which state's residents held the "Whiskey Rebellion" in 1794?
Pennsylvania
Florida
Arkansas
6 of 18Choose Your Answer:
Which president ordered the first troops into Vietnam?
Johnson
Carter
Reagan
7 of 18Choose Your Answer:
George Washington was born in which present-day state?
Alabama
Oregon
Virginia
8 of 18Choose Your Answer:
Which state's name is derived from the Spanish words for "mountainous"?
Louisiana
Montana
Texas
9 of 18Choose Your Answer:
Eliot Ness is best known for his fight against organized crime in what city?
Chicago
Butte
Los Angeles
10 of 18Choose Your Answer:
One third of all the Marines that died during World War II died on what island?
Normandy
Oahu
Iwo Jima
11 of 18Choose Your Answer:
In 1998, John Glenn returned to space aboard which space shuttle?
Discovery
Challenger
Columbia
12 of 18Choose Your Answer:
Pat Garrett shot and killed what legendary outlaw?
Clyde Barrow
Jesse James
Billy The Kid
13 of 18Choose Your Answer:
Who was the first African-American to be appointed as a Supreme Court justice?
Condoleezza Rice
Thurgood Marshall
Ben Carson
14 of 18Choose Your Answer:
What was the name of the plane that dropped the atomic bomb on Hiroshima?
Spirit Of St. Louis
Enola Gay
The Spruce Goose
15 of 18Choose Your Answer:
Which state is called the Magnolia State?
Mississippi
Nevada
Colorado
16 of 18Choose Your Answer:
What was discovered in Sutter's Mill in California in 1848?
Diamonds
Silver
Gold
17 of 18Choose Your Answer:
What was the ultimate destination for most travelers of the Underground Railroad?
Mexico
Canada
England
18 of 18Choose Your Answer:
How many main islands make up the state of Hawaii?
20
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