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1. How many states are there?
20
30
35
40
45
50
55
60
65
70
 
2. What is our national bird?
Turkey
White-Crowned Eagle
Red Eagle
Harpy Eagle
Golden Eagle
Bald Eagle
Crested Eagle
Sea Eagle
Brown-Crowned Eagle
White-Headed Eagle
 
3. What are our national colors?
Red, white, and blue
Green and gold (red in sports)
Blue, black, and white
Red and yellow (blue in sports)
Green, white and red
Yellow and blue
White and green (red in sports)
Yellow, white, and red
Yellow, blue, and red
Maroon and white
 
4. What is the largest state?
New York
Idaho
Raleigh
Pennsylvania
Texas
California
Olympia
Columbia
Atlanta
Alaska
 
5. What is the smallest state?
Wyoming
Olympia
Vermont
Rhode Island
Columbia
New Hampshire
Hawaii
Georgia
Delaware
Michigan
 
6. Which of the listed states is not in the continental United States?
Guam
Louisiana
Rhode Island
Columbus
Hawaii
Wyoming
Vancouver
Puerto Rico
Michigan
Georgia
 
7. Which state is 55 miles from Russia?
Rhode Island
Columbus
Alaska
Kansas
California
Puerto Rico
American Samoa
Vancouver
Ontario
Hawaii
 
8. Which of these is not a state?
New Mexico
Delaware
Rhode Island
Columbus
Montana
South Carolina
North Dakota
South Dakota
Virginia
West Virginia
 
9. Which of these is a state?
Lincoln
Tallahassee
Jackson
Boston
Chicago
Olympia
Atlanta
Jefferson
Iowa
Raleigh
 
10. Who was the first president?
John Adams
Benjamin Franklin
Theodore Roosevelt
Abraham Lincoln
Thomas Jefferson
James Madison
George Washington
Franklin D. Roosevelt
John F. Kennedy
William McKinley
 
11. Which of these people was not the president?
John Adams
Benjamin Franklin
Theodore Roosevelt
Abraham Lincoln
Thomas Jefferson
James Madison
George Washington
Franklin D. Roosevelt
John F. Kennedy
William McKinley
 
12. Who was the shortest president?
John Adams
Benjamin Franklin
Theodore Roosevelt
Abraham Lincoln
Thomas Jefferson
James Madison
George Washington
Franklin D. Roosevelt
John F. Kennedy
William McKinley
 
13. Who was the tallest president?
John Adams
Benjamin Franklin
Theodore Roosevelt
Abraham Lincoln
Thomas Jefferson
James Madison
George Washington
Franklin D. Roosevelt
John F. Kennedy
William McKinley
 
14. Which president annexed the Philippines?
John Adams
Benjamin Franklin
Theodore Roosevelt
Abraham Lincoln
Thomas Jefferson
James Madison
George Washington
Franklin D. Roosevelt
John F. Kennedy
William McKinley
 
15. What is the largest denomination of our currency?
$10
$20
$25
$30
$40
$50
$75
$100
$200
$500
 
16. What are the seven denominations of US paper currency?
$1, $2, $5, $10, $20, $50, $100
$1, $2, $5, $10, $20, $25, $50
$1, $5, $10, $20, $50, $100, $200
$0.5, $1, $2, $5, $10, $20, $30
$1, $5, $10, $50 $100, $200, $500
$0.5, $1, $2, $5, $10, $15, $20
$1, $2, $5, $10, $15, $20, $25
$0.5, $1, $5, $10, $20, $30, $40
$1, $2, $5, $10, $20, $50, $75
$0.5, $1, $2, $3, $5, $8, $10
 
17. What do the stars on the flag mean?
One for every original British colony in America
One for every death in the Revolutionary War
One for every Declaration of Independence signer
One for every Constitution signer
One for every member of Congress
One for every state
One for every government branch
One for every president
One for every member of the Senate
One for every member of the House of Representatives
 
18. What do the stripes on the flag mean?
One for every original British colony in America
One for every death in the Revolutionary War
One for every Declaration of Independence signer
One for every Constitution signer
One for every member of Congress
One for every state
One for every government branch
One for every president
One for every member of the Senate
One for every member of the House of Representatives
 
19. How many presidencies have there been as of 2016?
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
 
20. How many people have served as president as of 2016?
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
 
21. Who was the first black president?
Frederick Douglass
Zachary Taylor
William Henry Harrison
Richard Nixon
William Howard Taft
Chester A. Arthur
Martin Luther King Jr.
Barack Obama
Benjamin Harrison
William Randolph Wintergreen
 
22. How long is the term of a president?
1 year
2 years
2.5 years
3 years
3.5 years
4 years
5 years
6 years
7 years
8 years
 
23. What is the maximum amount of terms a president can be in office?
1 term
2 terms
3 terms
4 terms
5 terms
6 terms
7 terms
8 terms
9 terms
10 terms
 
24. Which of these is not a requirement to be president?
Must be born in the United States (not naturalized)
Must be at least 35
Must have lived in the United States for 14 years or more
Must be at least 45
 
25. How many colonies did Britain set up in America in the 1600s-1700s?
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
 
26. Which of these states was not one of the original colonies?
Georgia
New York
Massachusetts
North Carolina
Delaware
Maryland
Virginia
Washington
Rhode Island
Connecticut
 
27. Where were the original colonies located?
West Coast
East Coast
 
28. Why were the colonists angry at the British?
The British routinely forced the colonists to do labor
Colonists had their arms taken away by British soldiers
They were being taxed without representation
The king oppressed their rights and freedoms
British troops were threatening Americans
An innocent man was killed by the British
The British banned all trade with the French
The British Navy blockaded the colonies
The colonists wanted a democracy rather than a monarchy
The colonists were angry at the practice of slavery
 
29. What was the Boston Tea Party?
Colonial leaders meeting to discuss their rights
Colonial leaders meeting to talk about war
Colonial leaders meeting to create a Constitution
Colonial leaders and British leaders meeting to discuss the terms of the war
Colonial leaders and British leaders meeting to discuss the terms of peace
The king angry at the colonists, holding a meeting of British spies
Colonists dumping tea into the ocean to protest
The king holding a meeting to discuss the rebellious colonists
The colonials annual tea ceremony, which the British shut down
The colonists meeting with the king to discuss the terms of their independence
 
30. What sparked the first battle of the Revolutionary War? (Battles of Lexington and Concord)
The colonists wanted to force the British out of their town
American colonists destroyed British homes and towns
The British were angry at the colonists for meeting and discussing war
The British tried to destroy colonist military supplies
The British army was firing shots at unarmed civilians
The colonials were organizing a protest, and the British shut it down
The colonials were destroying British infantry supplies
The British broke colonial law by occupying civilian homes
Abraham Lincoln delcared a state of emergency in Concord after British troops were there illegally
Colonials, angry at the British, destroyed British goods
 
31. What was the "shot heard round the world"?
When American commander, William Howe, was shot
When Abraham Lincoln issued the first shot
The shot that killed the British commander, Hugh Percy
The first shot of the Revolutionary War
The last shot of the Revolutionary War
 
32. Who was the American military leader against the British during the Revolutionary War?
Abraham Lincoln
William Henry Harrison
William Howe
George Washington
Benjamin Franklin
Benjamin Harrison
Theodore Roosevelt
William Howard Taft
Grover Cleveland
Samuel Adams
 
33. The Founding Fathers are heroes to all Americans. They led the revolution. Which one of these is a Founding Father?
William Howard Taft
John Pinkerton
Andrew Johnson
Andrew Jackson
Richard Nixon
Abraham Lincoln
Samuel Adams
William Randolph Wintergreen
Gary Adams
Grover Cleveland
 
34. When was independence from the British declared? We celebrate this day every year.
July 2, 1774
July 3, 1775
July 4, 1776
July 5, 1777
July 6, 1778
July 7, 1779
July 8, 1780
July 9, 1781
July 10, 1782
July 11, 1783
 
35. What is the Declaration of Independence?
A document paving the way for British invasion
A document denouncing the British for their actions
A document asking the Spanish for help during the Revolutionary War
A document detailing the rights of states
A document detailing the branches of government
A document proclaiming that America is its own country
A document detailing the war in its entirety
A document detailing the British king`s failings
A document proclaiming that the Spanish shall ally with America
A document proclaiming that America will go to war with Britain
 
36. When was the Declaration of Independence signed by the Founding Fathers?
July 3, 1775
July 4, 1776
July 5, 1777
June 17, 1778
June 17, 1779
July 9, 1781
July 7, 1779
July 10, 1782
August 5, 1781
August 2, 1776
 
37. What is a main idea in the Declaration of Independence?
The US is seperate from Britain
People have a right to abolish or alter unjust government
All men are created equal
We have unalienable rights
We have a right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness
All of the above
None of the above
 
38. Who is not a Founding Father?
George Washington
Abraham Lincoln
John Adams
John Jay
John Hancock
Benjamin Franklin
Robert Treat Paine
Thomas Jefferson
James Madison
Alexander Hamilton
 
39. The British were one of the most advanced militaries at the time. What is one of the reasons that Americans defeated the British and won the Revolutionary War?
The British army was too ill-equipped
The Americans had superior training
They used guerilla and surprise tactics
The British didn`t put all of their effort into the war
The British were distracted by a war with Spain
The British were distracted by a plague
The Americans had superior weaponry
Americans had a superior naval force
British troops could not breach American cities
Abraham Lincoln was a brilliant commander
 
40. Who helped the Americans fight the British in the Revolutionary War?
Spain
Belgium
France
Ireland
Russia
Austria
Prussia
Poland
Portugal
Italy
 
41. After the Revolutionary War, the Constitution was written. What is the Constitution?
The government system of internment
The document detailing the creation trials for traitors
The government system dealing with post-war debt payment
The supreme law of the USA
The document which provides nothing but rights for the people
An angry statement by Abraham Lincoln at the people of Britain
A legal agreement binding the territories and provinces
A plan for British peace
A document that destroys any ties to Britain
A document proclaiming that we have unalienable rights
 
42. What are the three branches of government?
Legislative, unitary, executive
Legislative, unitary, judicial
Congressional, unitary, judicial
Congressional, executive, judicial
Executive, legislative, judicial
Congressional, legislative, unitary
Executive, congressional, unitary
 
43. What does the judicial branch of government do?
Controls the United States military, enforce laws specifically related to religion and immigration
Impose sentences on criminals and provide nationwide law enforcement
Explain the law, decide if law is constitutional
Impeach law via 2/3 majority in Congress
Make, vote on, and pass laws
Carry out the law, approve law, veto law
Enforce laws, wipe out unnecessary laws, control military actions
Explain the law, pass laws, approve laws
Impeach law, enforce law, explain law
This branch does not exist
 
44. What does the executive branch of government do?
Controls the United States military, enforce laws
Impose sentences on criminals and provide nationwide law
Explain the law, decide if law is constitutional
Impeach law via 2/3 majority in Congress
Make, vote on, and pass laws
Carry out the law, approve law, veto law
Enforce laws, wipe out unnecessary laws, control military actions
Explain the law, pass laws, approve laws
Impeach law, enforce law, explain law
This branch does not exist
 
45. What does the congressional branch of government do?
Controls the United States military, enforce laws specifically related to religion and immigration
Impose sentences on criminals and provide nationwide law enforcement
Explain the law, decide if law is constitutional
Impeach law via 2/3 majority in Congress
Make, vote on, and pass laws
Carry out the law, approve law, veto law
Enforce laws, wipe out unnecessary laws, control military actions
Explain the law, pass laws, approve laws
Impeach law, enforce law, explain law
This branch does not exist
 
46. Can the Constitution be changed?
Yes
No
 
47. What part of the Constitution creates the three branches of government?
Article 1
Article 2
Article 3
Articles 1-3
Article 4
Article 5
Article 6
Articles 4-6
Articles 1-6
Not in the Constitution
 
48. What does the unitary branch of government do?
Controls the United States military, enforce laws specifically related to religion and immigration
Impose sentences on criminals and provide nationwide law enforcement
Explain the law, decide if law is constitutional
Impeach law via 2/3 majority in Congress
Make, vote on, and pass laws
Carry out the law, approve law, veto law
Enforce laws, wipe out unnecessary laws, control military actions
Explain the law, pass laws, approve laws
Impeach law, enforce law, explain law
This branch does not exist
 
49. How is power distributed between the federal (national) government and the state governments?
States have full authority over themselves
States have authority over themselves, except in matters of treason
States have power to make deals with other foreign nations
Power is shared, but federal government has far more power than state
Power is shared, but state government has far more power than federal
Power is shared, but in equal amounts
3/5ths compromise: states have three fifths of the power, federal government has 2/5ths
3/5ths compromise: federal government has three fifths of the power, states have 2/5ths
Only the federal government can follow the Constitution
Neither one has power
 
50. What is an amendment?
A change to the Constitution
A right of states outlined in the Declaration of Independence
A right of the people outlined in Declaration of Independence
Government branch definition in Constitution
A right of people outlined in Constitution
A right of states outlined in Constitution
A right of corporations outlined in Constitution
A right of corporations outlined in the Declaration of Independence
A change to the agreements of human rights
A change to the Declaration of Independence
 
51. What does the First Amendment say?
Right to resist hostile government
Right to bear arms
Right to freedom of speech, press, religion, and assembly
Bans soldiers living in people`s houses without consent
Bans states from dealing with foreign powers
Right to free lifestyle choices without government interference
Right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness
Right to protection from unreasonable searches and seizures
Makes alcohol legal
Bans alcohol
 
52. What does the Second Amendment say? (this one is controversial)
Right to resist hostile government
Right to bear arms
Right to freedom of speech, press, religion, and assembly
Bans soldiers living in people`s houses without consent
Bans states from dealing with foreign powers
Right to free lifestyle choices without government interference
Right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness
Right to protection from unreasonable searches and seizures
Makes alcohol legal
Bans alcohol
 
53. What does the Third Amendment say?
Right to resist hostile government
Right to bear arms
Right to freedom of speech, press, religion, and assembly
Bans soldiers living in people`s houses without consent
Bans states from dealing with foreign powers
Right to free lifestyle choices without government interference
Right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness
Right to protection from unreasonable searches and seizures
Makes alcohol legal
Bans alcohol
 
54. What does the Fourth Amendment say?
Right to resist hostile government
Right to bear arms
Right to freedom of speech, press, religion, and assembly
Bans soldiers living in people`s houses without consent
Bans states from dealing with foreign powers
Right to free lifestyle choices without government interference
Right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness
Right to protection from unreasonable searches and seizures
Makes alcohol legal
Bans alcohol
 
55. What does the legislative branch of government do?
Controls the United States military, enforce laws specifically related to religion and immigration
Impose sentences on criminals and provide nationwide law enforcement
Explain the law, decide if law is constitutional
Impeach law via 2/3 majority in Congress
Make, vote on, and pass laws
Carry out the law, approve law, veto law
Enforce laws, wipe out unnecessary laws, control military actions
Explain the law, pass laws, approve laws
Impeach law, enforce law, explain law
This branch does not exist
 
56. What comprises the unitary branch?
President
Congress
Supreme Court
Military
This branch does not exist
 
57. What comprises the judicial branch?
President
Congress
Supreme Court
Military
This branch does not exist
 
58. What comprises the executive branch?
President
Congress
Supreme Court
Military
This branch does not exist
 
59. What comprises the legislative branch?
President
Congress
Supreme Court
Military
This branch does not exist
 
60. What comprises the congressional branch?
President
Congress
Supreme Court
Military
This branch does not exist
 
61. What does the 18th Amendment say?
Right to resist hostile government
Right to bear arms
Right to freedom of speech, press, religion, and assembly
Bans soldiers living in people`s houses without consent
Bans states from dealing with foreign powers
Right to free lifestyle choices without government interference
Right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness
Right to protection from unreasonable searches and seizures
Makes alcohol legal
Bans alcohol
 
62. What does the 21st Amendment say?
Right to resist hostile government
Right to bear arms
Right to freedom of speech, press, religion, and assembly
Bans soldiers living in people`s houses without consent
Bans states from dealing with foreign powers
Right to free lifestyle choices without government interference
Right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness
Right to protection from unreasonable searches and seizures
Makes alcohol legal
Bans alcohol
 
63. How many Amendments are there?
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
 
64. What are the two parts of the US Congress?
Senate and House of Representatives
Senate and Cabinet
House of Representatives and House of Commons
Senate and House of Commons
Supreme Court and Parliament
Senate and Supreme Court
House of Representatives and Supreme Court
House of Commons and Supreme Court
House of Commons and Parliament
Cabinet and House of Reprentatives
 
65. What type of government is the United States?
Democractic-Capitalist
Capitalist
Constitutional Socialist
Constitutional Republic
Fascist-Republic
Constitutional Communist
Capitalist-Democratic Socialism
Constitutional Monarchy
Anti Federalist-Socialist
Anti Federalist Monarchy
 
66. Do US citizens directly elect the President?
Yes
No
 
67. What is the electoral college?
The system giving everyone their own vote
People representing states that cast votes instead of the people directly
Congressional committee that votes for the president
The Supreme Court deciding who is fit for president
The system ensuring that voter tampering
Voters electing the president
The Constitutional provision for the United States voting system
 
68. What does "veto" mean?
Approving a bill by signing it
Impeaching the law by rejecting it
Impeaching Congress by rejecting the institution
Rejecting a bill by refusing to sign it
The Supreme Court`s declaration that something is unconstitutional
The president`s declaration that something is unconstitutional
Congress`s declaration that something is unconstitutional
The military`s declaration that something is unconstitutional
 
69. Who has the power to veto?
President
Congress
Supreme Court
Military
 
70. How do you undo a veto?
Congress can overturn the veto with 3/5ths majority
The Supreme Court can overturn the veto with 3/5ths majority
The military can overturn the veto with 2/3rds majority
The supreme court can overturn the veto with 2/3rds majority
Congress can overturn the veto with 2/3rds majority
The president can overturn the veto
The military can overturn the veto with 3/5ths majority
You cannot undo a veto
 
71. What are checks and balances?
The system in the United States Congress of Congressional pay raises
The branches of government ceding power to the president during wartime
The deal made in the Constitution over post-war negotiations
The deal made in the Declaration of Independence over post-war negotiations
The preamble to the Constitution which describes procedures in the event of economic turmoil
The system in the Constitution of Amendments guaranteeing rights
Counterbalances so that the states and federal government have equal power
Counterbalances so that no one section of congress has all of the power
Counterbalances so that no one court has all of the power
Counterbalances so that no one branch of government has all of the power
 
72. Who signs bills to become laws?
President
Vice-President
Speaker of the House
Chief Justice of the Supreme Court
Secretary of State
President Pro-Tempore
Congress
All Justices of the Supreme Court
 
73. As time went on, America expanded its territory. What was the largest territorial expansion of the United States?
Alaska Purchase
Texas Annexation
Spanish Cession
Mexican Cession
Oregon Territory
Louisiana Purchase
Hawaii Annexation
Gadsden Purchase
Philippine Annexation
 
74. Which president oversaw the largest territorial expansion of the United States?
Abraham Lincoln
William McKinley
John Adams
Grover Cleveland
Theodore Roosevelt
George Washington
John F. Kennedy
Thomas Jefferson
Richard Nixon
Gerald R. Ford
 
75. What country was the largest territorial expansion of the United States taken from?
Britain
France
Spain
Hawaii
Russia
The Philippines
Portugal
The Netherlands
Germany
 
76. Which of these states was formally its own independent country?
Missouri
Arizona
Oregon
Michigan
Georgia
Louisiana
Colorado
Montana
Utah
Texas
 
77. True or False: The Great Lakes contain 21% of the world`s surface fresh water.
True
False
 
78. Which one of these is not one of the Great Lakes?
Lake Michigan
Lake Huron
Lake Ontario
Lake Vancouver
Lake Superior
Lake Erie
 
79. Which of these states does not contain a Great Lake?
New York
Michigan
Montana
Wisconsin
Illinois
Indiana
Pennsylvania
Ohio
Minnesota
 
80. What caused the Civil War?
Western states wanting to leave the US
Eastern states wanting to leave the US
Northern states wanting to leave the US
Southern states wanting to leave the US
 
81. When was the Civil War?
1789-1796
1801-1806
1801-1809
1822-1825
1861-1865
1873-1876
1898-1900
1900-1907
1914-1920
1927-1931
 
82. Who was president of the US during the Civil War?
George Washington
Abraham Lincoln
Jefferson Davis
Franklin D. Roosevelt
Theodore Roosevelt
William Randolph Wintergreen
Robert E. Lee
Frederick Douglass
John Jay
Benjamin Franklin
 
83. America`s enemy during the Civil War was called the Confederacy. Who was president of the Confederacy?
George Washington
Abraham Lincoln
Jefferson Davis
Franklin D. Roosevelt
Theodore Roosevelt
William Randolph Wintergreen
Robert E. Lee
Frederick Douglass
John Jay
Benjamin Franklin
 
84. Why did the Confederacy want to seperate from the United States?
The Confederate states wanted slaves, the other states wanted to ban slavery
The United States were taxing Confederate states higher amounts
The United States was restricting their rights as states
The president declared that Confederate states must have tariffs on interstate exports
The people were sick of working in federal factories
The Confederate states were not getting adequate representation in Congress
William Randolph Wintergreen rallied the people with his manifesto
The Confederacy believed that the US should fight Britain`s blockade
The US would not buy agricultural products that came from Confederate states
Confederate states wanted to have an equal share of US trade, rather than proportional to population
 
85. Which of these states was not part of the Confederacy?
Texas
Virginia
Georgia
Florida
North Carolina
South Carolina
Alabama
Louisiana
Illinois
Mississippi
 
86. What is one reason the Confederacy lost?
The Confederacy put more effort into establishing a country than war
Confederate troops were not as trained
France and Britain helped the United States
The Confederacy was not well organized
Confederate states were primarily agricultural and didn`t have much industry
The Confederate states were loosely alligned and did not work together well
The Confederates found it difficult to navigate within US territory
The Confederates did not actively attack United States cities and defended instead
 
87. True or false: The Civil War was the deadliest war in American history, with the most deaths.
True
False
 
88. True or false: The state of Texas alone is larger than France.
True
False
 
89. True or false: The state of Montana alone is larger than the Philippines.
True
False
 
90. True or false: The state of California alone is larger than Japan.
True
False
 
91. True or false: If the state of California were its own country, it would be the 6th largest economy.
True
False
 
92. True or false: If the state of Texas were its own country, it would be the 12th largest economy.
True
False
 
93. True or false: The economy of Texas is roughly equivalent in size to the economies of Indonesia, Thailand, Singapore, Malaysia, and the Philippines combined.
True
False
 
94. True or false: America is the third largest country in the world.
True
False
 
95. What is the population of the United States?
300 million
320 million
340 million
360 million
380 million
400 million
420 million
440 million
460 million
480 million
 
96. What is the most populous state in the USA?
Texas
New York
California
Florida
Mississippi
Montana
Michigan
Illinois
Columbus
Olympia
 
97. What is the least populous state in the USA?
Columbus
Lincoln
Washington
Oregon
Alabama
Colorado
Wyoming
Vermont
Rhode Island
Hawaii
 
98. What is the most populous city in the USA?
New York City
Los Angeles
Chicago
Dallas
Atlanta
Miami
Orlando
San Francisco
Detroit
Washington, D.C.
 
99. Who said "Speak softly and carry a big stick "?
Abraham Lincoln
Franklin D. Roosevelt
John F. Kennedy
Richard Nixon
William Henry Harrison
Woodrow Wilson
Thomas Jefferson
John Adams
Theodore Roosevelt
George Washington
 
100. Which president was shot in the chest, but continued his speech anyway?
Abraham Lincoln
Franklin D. Roosevelt
John F. Kennedy
Richard Nixon
William Henry Harrison
Woodrow Wilson
Thomas Jefferson
John Adams
Theodore Roosevelt
George Washington
 
101. Which president was a famous explorer and naturalist?
Abraham Lincoln
Franklin D. Roosevelt
John F. Kennedy
Richard Nixon
William Henry Harrison
Woodrow Wilson
Thomas Jefferson
John Adams
Theodore Roosevelt
George Washington
 
102. Which president was a Rough Rider during the Spanish-American war?
Abraham Lincoln
Franklin D. Roosevelt
John F. Kennedy
Richard Nixon
William Henry Harrison
Woodrow Wilson
Thomas Jefferson
John Adams
Theodore Roosevelt
George Washington
 
103. Why did the US enter World War I?
The Germans were attacking innocent American ships with submarines
The British put many sanctions onto the United States
The French were destroying prime US centers of industry
Germans were threatening to ally with Canada against us
Our prime trade allies were in economic danger
The Germans were attacking innocent American ships with airplanes
Germany, a vital trading partner, required naval assisstance
 
104. Which of these was not our enemy during World War I?
Ottoman Empire
Germany
Bulgaria
Serbia
Austria-Hungary
 
105. Who was president during World War I?
Abraham Lincoln
Franklin D. Roosevelt
John F. Kennedy
Richard Nixon
William Henry Harrison
Woodrow Wilson
Thomas Jefferson
John Adams
Theodore Roosevelt
George Washington
 
106. When was World War I?
1910-1915
1913-1917
1914-1918
1915-1919
1919-1924
1920-1923
1925-1930
1927-1931
1935-1939
1939-1945
 
107. Which Civil War general became president?
Calvin Coolidge
Herbert Hoover
Harry S. Truman
Ulysses S. Grant
Grover Cleveland
William Tecumseh Sherman
William Henry Harrison
Andrew Johnson
Andrew Jackson
Warren G. Harding
 
108. What does the 13th Amendment say?
Gives citizenship to people born in US, rights cannot be taken away by states
Right to bear arms
Bans soldiers living in people`s houses without consent
Bans alcohol
Gives women the right to vote
Bans slavery
Makes alcohol legal
Bans states from dealing with foreign powers
Allows any man of any race to vote
Bans the poll tax
 
109. What does the 14th Amendment say?
Gives citizenship to people born in US, rights cannot be taken away by states
Right to bear arms
Bans soldiers living in people`s houses without consent
Bans alcohol
Gives women the right to vote
Bans slavery
Makes alcohol legal
Bans states from dealing with foreign powers
Allows any man of any race to vote
Bans the poll tax
 
110. What does the 15th Amendment say?
Gives citizenship to people born in US, rights cannot be taken away by states
Right to bear arms
Bans soldiers living in people`s houses without consent
Bans alcohol
Gives women the right to vote
Bans slavery
Makes alcohol legal
Bans states from dealing with foreign powers
Allows any man of any race to vote
Bans the poll tax
 
111. What were the 13th-15th Amendments known as?
Bill of Rights
Bill of Freedoms
Revolutionary War Amendments
Civil War Amendments
Equality Amendments
Economic Amendments
WWI Amendments
Wintergreen Amendments
Harrison Amendments
Franklin Amendments
 
112. What were the first 10 Amendments known as?
Bill of Rights
Bill of Freedoms
Revolutionary War Amendments
Civil War Amendments
Equality Amendments
Economic Amendments
WWI Amendments
Wintergreen Amendments
Harrison Amendments
Franklin Amendments
 
113. What state is this?
Colorado
Michigan
Alabama
Wyoming
Arizona
Mississippi
Ohio
Utah
Nevada
Texas
 
114. What state is this?
Illinois
Michigan
Utah
Ohio
Massachusetts
Texas
Wisconsin
Washington
Indiana
Alaska
 
115. What state is this?
Utah
Hawaii
Massachusetts
Wyoming
Alaska
Connecticut
Maine
California
Texas
Ohio
 
116. What state is this?
Alaska
California
Massachusetts
Colorado
Arizona
Nevada
Alabama
Utah
New Mexico
Texas
 
117. Who is this?
George Washington
Theodore Roosevelt
James Madison
John F. Kennedy
Abraham Lincoln
Andrew Johnson
John Adams
Thomas Jefferson
William McKinley
Franklin D. Roosevelt
 
118. Which president is not on Mount Rushmore?
George Washington
Theodore Roosevelt
Andrew Johnson
Thomas Jefferson
Abraham Lincoln
 
119. What state is this?
Indiana
Louisiana
Wisconsin
Minnesota
Iowa
Nebraska
Kansas
Missouri
Illinois
Alabama
 
120. Who is this?
John Adams
Abraham Lincoln
George Washington
Thomas Jefferson
Benjamin Franklin
Samuel Adams
James Madison
Andrew Johnson
William Henry Harrison
Theodore Roosevelt
 
121. Who is this?
George Washington
John Adams
Thomas Jefferson
James Madison
James Monroe
Andrew Jackson
Alexander Hamilton
Benjamin Franklin
Samuel Adams
John Jay
 
122. Who is this?
Thomas Jefferson
James Madison
George Washington
Andrew Jackson
John Adams
James Monroe
Samuel Adams
John Jay
Alexander Hamilton
Benjamin Franklin
 
123. What state is this?
Rhode Island
Massachusetts
Maine
Vermont
New York
New Hampshire
Connecticut
Maryland
Delaware
Pennsylvania
 
124. Who is this?
George Washington
Andrew Johnson
Theodore Roosevelt
Woodrow Wilson
William McKinley
John Adams
Andrew Jackson
Thomas Jefferson
Franklin D. Roosevelt
Abraham Lincoln
 
125. What state is this?
Washington
Arizona
California
Nevada
Oregon
Colorado
New Mexico
Utah
Idaho
Texas
 
126. What is the Gettysburg Address?
Speech by Ford during World War I
Speech by Ford during World War II
Speech by Washington during the Revolutionary War
Speech by Lincoln during the Revolutionary War
Speech by Washington during the Civil War
Speech by Lincoln during the Civil War
Speech by Ford during the Civil War
Speech by Roosevelt during World War I
Speech by Roosevelt during World War II
Speech by Roosevelt during the Vietnam War
 
127. What is the Emancipation Proclamation?
A proclamation by Taft which gave black people the right to vote
A proclamation by Taft which ended World War I
A proclamation by Roosevelt which gave black people the right to vote
A proclamation by Roosevelt which ended World War I
A proclamation by Washington which ended the Civil War
A proclamation by Washington which freed the slaves
A proclamation by Washington which ended the Revolutionary War
A proclamation by Lincoln which ended the Civil War
A proclamation by Lincoln which freed the slaves
A proclamation by Lincoln which ended the Revolutionary War
 
128. What state is this in?
Florida
Hawaii
Missouri
Arizona
Michigan
New York
Kansas
Alaska
Oregon
Rhode Island
 
129. What state is this in?
Mississippi
Missouri
Florida
Hawaii
Virginia
Georgia
Alaska
Alabama
Kentucky
Louisiana
 
130. What state is this in?
Alaska
Arizona
Hawaii
Texas
Virginia
New York
Iowa
Michigan
Rhode Island
Massachusetts
 
131. What state is this in?
Hawaii
Pennsylvania
Delaware
Maine
Rhode Island
Massachusetts
Louisiana
Nebraska
Florida
Alaska
 
132. What state is this in?
Utah
New Mexico
Alaska
Montana
Ohio
Arizona
Louisiana
Oregon
Washington
Nevada
 
133. What state has a partly Mediterranean climate?
Iowa
California
Missouri
Delaware
Texas
Alaska
Hawaii
New York
Kansas
Nebraska
 
134. True or False: New York City is the capital of the United States.
True
False
 
135. What state is this?
Vermont
New Hampshire
Maine
North Carolina
Virginia
Washington
Mississippi
Massachusetts
New York
Rhode Island
 
136. What state is this?
Oregon
Maine
Washington
New York
Idaho
Ohio
Utah
Vermont
Kansas
Nebraska
 
137. What state is this?
Nevada
Texas
Montana
Utah
Missouri
Arizona
New Mexico
California
Kansas
Colorado
 
138. What state is this?
Oklahoma
Georgia
Kentucky
Tennessee
North Carolina
South Carolina
Virginia
West Virginia
Nebraska
Ohio
 
139. What state is this?
New Mexico
Utah
North Dakota
South Dakota
Missouri
Arkansas
Oklahoma
Nebraska
Kansas
Colorado
 
140. What state is this?
Ohio
Michigan
Wisconsin
Indiana
Illinois
Kentucky
Minnesota
Iowa
Alabama
Not a state
 
 

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