The U.S. History Quiz That Every True American Should Be Able To Pass

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This quiz will entail answering questions about America's history, culture, battles, wars, and victories!

 Feb 19, 2020

1 of 25Pick One:

True or False: Independence Day was first established as a holiday in 1700.

2 of 25Pick One:

Which state was the first to secede from the Union before the start of the Civil War?
South Carolina

3 of 25Pick One:

Which of the following Presidents did NOT die in office?
Abraham Lincoln
Bill Clinton
John F. Kennedy

4 of 25Pick One:

Susan B. Anthony is known for:
She built the first army ship
The first woman to be published
Leading the women’s rights movement

5 of 25Pick One:

When was the attack on Pearl Harbor?
December 7, 1941
January 17, 1947
May 9, 1937

6 of 25Pick One:

Who was the first president to live in the White House?
George Washington
John Locke
John Adams

7 of 25Pick One:

True or False: Thomas Jefferson was the president during the war of 1812.

8 of 25Pick One:

Originally, there were ____ colonies.

9 of 25Pick One:

What amendment ended the prohibition?

10 of 25Pick One:

Which of the following events led the United States to officially enter WWII?
A presidential plea
Terrorism threat on the West Coast
Attack on Pearl Harbor

11 of 25Pick One:

The Vietnam War officially ended in 1975.

12 of 25Pick One:

The Statue of Liberty was a gift from which country?

13 of 25Pick One:

Who was the president of the Confederate States of America?
Jefferson Davis
Billy Hancock
Thomas Seabiscuit

14 of 25Pick One:

What was the purpose of the Jim Crow laws?
Abolish racial segregation
Enforce racial segregation

15 of 25Pick One:

Who wrote "Uncle Tom's Cabin?"
Harriet Beecher Stowe
Lawrence Riley
Jonah Lee Fishburn

16 of 25Pick One:

2014 marked the 200th birthday of the:
Lincoln Memorial building date
Star Spangled Banner song release
Ending of slavery

17 of 25Pick One:

What prompted the U.S. to become involved in WWI?
Germany dropped a bomb into the US
Germany threatened the US president
German subs began attacking US ships

18 of 25Pick One:

Which court case dealt with integration in schools?
Brown V Board of Education
The Scopes Trial
Roe V Wade

19 of 25Pick One:

True or False: The U.S. hostages in Iran were held for 444 days.

20 of 25Pick One:

What ancient civilization were Pharaohs part of?

21 of 25Pick One:

Who did the U.S. fight against in the War of 1812?
Great Britain

22 of 25Pick One:

Which of the following battles took place during the Texas Revolution?
Battle of the Alamo
Siege of Yorktown
Battle of Blackwater Bay

23 of 25Pick One:

Who was famous for refusing to give up her seat on the bus?
Susan B. Anthony
Harriett Tubman
Rosa Parks

24 of 25Pick One:

How many states seceded from the Union during the Civil War?

25 of 25Pick One:

Julius Caesar was the emperor of which empire?
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It didn't all begin with George Washington as our first president but his term from 1789 to 1797 truly made a historical impact on the life and times of the United States of America. John Adams served from 1797 to 1801, Thomas Jefferson served from 1801 to 1809, and then James Madison served from 1809 to 1817. James Monroe followed after those men in his term from 1817 to 1825, followed by John Quincy Adams from 1825 to 1829, and Andrew Jackson who served America as the president from 1829 to 1837. Martin Van Buren became the president of the US after that from 1837 to 1841, William Henry Harrison served in 1841, and John Tyler served from 1841 to 1845. Those are only our first ten presidents out of 45!

James Garfield who served as president once said, "There are men and women who make the world better just by being the kind of people they are. They have the gift of kindness or courage or loyalty or integrity. It really matters very little whether they are behind the wheel of a truck or running a business or bringing up a family. They teach the truth by living it."

William J. Clinton, another one of our great presidents said, "If you live long enough, you'll make mistakes. But if you learn from them, you'll be a better person. It's how you handle adversity, not how it affects you. The main thing is never quit, never quit, never quit."

These men went down in history! Now, it is time to see who will go down in history for passing this quiz!