PresidentSeek

Review Test Questions

  • (1) Who was the first President of the United States of America?   See Answer
  • (2) What was the first formal statement by a nation’s people asserting their right to choose their own   See Answer
  • (3) What year did the American Civil War begin?   See Answer
  • (4) Who was the first president to live in the White House?   See Answer
  • (5) During the War of 1812 he led his troops through enemy territory to victory in several tide-turning   See Answer
  • (6) Who became President after Abraham Lincoln's assassination?   See Answer
  • (7) President Franklin D. Roosevelt called it "a date which will live in infamy."   See Answer
  • (8) Which President said "ask not what your country can do for you — ask what you can do for your coun   See Answer
  • (9) Which president was involved in a duel?   See Answer
  • (10) Which president served four terms, which brought about a two term limit law?   See Answer
  • (11) Which president was involved in the Watergate Scandal?   See Answer
  • (12) Which president brought about the purchase of the Louisiana Territory?   See Answer
  • (13) Herbert Hoover held the office of President during the onset of ...   See Answer
  • (14) Prohibition in the United States was a nationwide constitutional ban on the production, importation,   See Answer
  • (15) He was the first African-American president of the United States.   See Answer
  • (16) Which president appointed the first African-American, Thurgood Marshall, to the United States Suprem   See Answer
  • (17) Which US President wrote the Bill of Rights?   See Answer
  • (18) Whose face is on the US $50 dollar bill?   See Answer
  • (19) Geronimo belonged to which tribe of Native Americans?   See Answer
  • (20) Which two presidents died on the same day which happened to be the 50th anniversary of the Declarati   See Answer
  • (21) What does it mean when a President uses a "Pocket Veto?"   See Answer
  • (22) What kind of power does the President have to pardon criminals?   See Answer
  • (23) Which President founded the League of Nations?   See Answer
  • (24) Which of these Presidents was a bachelor and never married?   See Answer
  • (25) Who is the only president to serve two non-consecutive terms?   See Answer
  • (26) Which President owned over 17 golf courses around the world?   See Answer
  • (27) Which one of these presidents did not serve in the military?   See Answer
  • (28) Which president was the first to throw out the ceremonial first pitch of the baseball season?   See Answer
  • (29) Which president liked to skinny dip in the Potomac River?   See Answer
  • (30) Which president once co-owned a major league baseball team?   See Answer
  • (31) Who was the only former president to later serve in the Senate?   See Answer
  • (32) Which president was a peanut farmer?   See Answer
  • (33) Who was the first president to be born outside the forty-eight continental states?   See Answer
  • (34) Is the story of George Washington and the cherry tree true or false?   See Answer
  • (35) Who was the first president born in a log cabin?   See Answer
  • (36) Which president signed legislation establishing the Smithsonian Institution?   See Answer
  • (37) Which president was the owner of a profitable whiskey distillery?   See Answer
  • (38) Who was the tallest president?   See Answer
  • (39) Which president was nicknamed "Old Rough and Ready"?   See Answer
  • (40) Who was the only president to hold a U.S. patent?   See Answer
  • (41) Who was the only non-Protestant elected president?   See Answer
  • (42) Which president had a brief career as a cowboy?   See Answer
  • (43) Which president was offered a professional football contract by the Detroit Lions and Green Bay Pack   See Answer
  • (44) Which president was called the Great Engineer?   See Answer
  • (45) Who was the only former president to later serve in the House of Representatives?   See Answer
  • (46) Which president was once the youngest Navy pilot in the armed forces?   See Answer
  • (47) Who was the first African American president?   See Answer
  • (48) Which president was a popular Hollywood film star before entering politics?   See Answer
  • (49) Which president had the largest shoe size?   See Answer
  • (50) Who was the only president to serve in both World War I and World War II?   See Answer
  • (51) Who was the first president to be born an American citizen?   See Answer
  • (52) Who were the only two presidents to have signed the Declaration of Independence?   See Answer
  • (53) Who was the first presidential candidate to campaign in all 50 states?   See Answer
  • (54) Who was the youngest president ever elected?   See Answer
  • (55) Which president was elected only after a legal battle that went to the Supreme Court?   See Answer
  • (56) Which war hero was solicited by both the Democratic and Republican parties to run for president?   See Answer
  • (57) Who the only president to have been elected by unanimous electoral vote?   See Answer
  • (58) Who was the first president to effectively use social media in his campaign?   See Answer
  • (59) What is the name of the ship that brought the Pilgrims to America?   See Answer
  • (60) Why did the Pilgrims come to America?   See Answer
  • (61) Who helped the Pilgrims in America?   See Answer
  • (62) What holiday was celebrated for the first time by the American colonists?   See Answer
  • (63) What is the Fourth of July?   See Answer
  • (64) What is the date of Independence Day?   See Answer
  • (65) Who was the main writer of the Declaration of Independence?   See Answer
  • (66) What is the basic belief of the Declaration of Independence?   See Answer
  • (67) From whom did the United States gain independence as a result of the Revolutionary War?   See Answer
  • (68) Who said "Give me liberty or give me death"?   See Answer
  • (69) Who said "There! His Majesty can now read my name without glasses and he can double the reward on my   See Answer
  • (70) Which of these states were not among the original thirteen states?   See Answer
  • (71) What were the thirteen original states of the United States called?   See Answer
  • (72) What are the colors of the flag of the United States of America?   See Answer
  • (73) How many stars are there on our flag?   See Answer
  • (74) Wow many stripes are there in the US flag?   See Answer
  • (75) What is the national anthem of the United States called?   See Answer
  • (76) Who wrote "The Star-Spangled Banner"?   See Answer
  • (77) How many states are there in the United States?   See Answer
  • (78) Which President is called the "Father of his country"?   See Answer
  • (79) The president, the vice-president, the cabinet, and the Departments under the cabinet members, repre   See Answer
  • (80) Who was the first president of the United States?   See Answer
  • (81) In what month do we vote for the president of the United States?   See Answer
  • (82) In what month is the new president inaugurated?   See Answer
  • (83) For how long do we elect the president?   See Answer
  • (84) How many terms can a president serve?   See Answer
  • (85) What are the 49th and 50th states of the Union?   See Answer
  • (86) Who is the Commander in Chief of the U.S. Military?   See Answer
  • (87) Which of these is NOT a requirement in order to be eligible to become the U.S. President?   See Answer
  • (88) Who elects the president of the United States?   See Answer
  • (89) Who becomes president of the United States if the President should die?   See Answer
  • (90) Who becomes president of the United States if the president and the vice president should die?   See Answer
  • (91) What special group advises the president?   See Answer
  • (92) What is the supreme law of the United States?   See Answer
  • (93) What year was the Constitution written?   See Answer
  • (94) What is the introduction to the Constitution called?   See Answer
  • (95) What do we call a change to the Constitution?   See Answer
  • (96) How many changes or amendments are there to the Constitution?   See Answer
  • (97) What are the first ten amendments to the Constitution called?   See Answer
  • (98) Which of these rights or freedoms is NOT guaranteed by the Bill of Rights?   See Answer
  • (99) What is the most important right granted to U.S. citizens?   See Answer
  • (100) What is the minimum voting age in the United States?   See Answer
  • (101) Which of these is a benefit of being a U.S. citizen?   See Answer
  • (102) How many branches are there in the U.S. government?   See Answer
  • (103) What is the legislative branch of our government called?   See Answer
  • (104) Who makes the laws in the United States?   See Answer
  • (105) Who has the power to declare war?   See Answer
  • (106) What are the duties of Congress?   See Answer
  • (107) What is Congress?   See Answer
  • (108) Who elects Congress?   See Answer
  • (109) How many Senators are there in Congress?   See Answer
  • (110) Why are there one hundred senators in the Senate?   See Answer
  • (111) For how long do we elect each senator?   See Answer
  • (112) How many representatives are there in Congress?   See Answer
  • (113) For how long do we elect representatives?   See Answer
  • (114) Who signs bills into laws?   See Answer
  • (115) What is the judicial branch of our government?   See Answer
  • (116) What is the highest court in the United States?   See Answer
  • (117) What are the duties of the Supreme Court?   See Answer
  • (118) Who selects the Supreme Court Justices?   See Answer
  • (119) How many Supreme Court justices are there?   See Answer
  • (120) Who is the head of the United States judicial branch of government, and presides over the Supreme Co   See Answer
  • (121) What is the chief executive of a state government called?   See Answer
  • (122) What is the chief executive of a city government called?   See Answer
  • (123) Who was president during the American Civil War?   See Answer
  • (124) What did the Emancipation Proclamation do?   See Answer
  • (125) Which President freed the slaves?   See Answer
  • (126) What is the name of the president's official home?   See Answer
  • (127) What is the White House?   See Answer
  • (128) Where is the White House located   See Answer
  • (129) Who was Martin Luther King Jr.?   See Answer
  • (130) Which of these countries were our allies during World War II?   See Answer
  • (131) Which countries were our enemies during World War II?   See Answer
  • (132) What is one purpose of the United Nations?   See Answer
  • (133) What are the two major political parties in America today?   See Answer
  • (134) What type of government does the United States have?   See Answer
  • (135) What does the Constitution do?   See Answer
  • (136) The idea of self-government is in the first three words of the Constitution. What are these words?   See Answer
  • (137) The basic principles of the United States government is established by what document?   See Answer
  • (138) What do we call the first ten amendments to the constitution?   See Answer
  • (139) How many amendments does the Constitution have?   See Answer
  • (140) What announced the independence of the American colonies from Great Britain in 1776?   See Answer
  • (141) What is one of the rights in the Declaration of Independence?   See Answer
  • (142) In the U.S., you have the right to practice any religion. True or false?   See Answer
  • (143) What is the economic system in the United States?   See Answer
  • (144) What is the "rule of law"?   See Answer
  • (145) What stops one branch of government from becoming too powerful?   See Answer
  • (146) Who is in charge of the excutive branch of government?   See Answer
  • (147) What are the two parts of the US Congress?   See Answer
  • (148) To which chamber of Congress does each state send only two congressmen?   See Answer
  • (149) Who does a U.S. Senator represent in Congress?   See Answer
  • (150) Why do some states have more representatives than other states?   See Answer
  • (151) In the House of Representatives, why do some states have more representatives than others?   See Answer
  • (152) What are two ways that Americans can participate in their democracy?   See Answer
  • (153) What ocean is on the East Coast of the United States?   See Answer
  • (154) What happened at the Constitutional Convention?   See Answer
  • (155) The Federalist Papers supported the passage of the U.S. Constitution. Name one of the writers.   See Answer
  • (156) Who signs bills to become laws?   See Answer
  • (157) Who has the power to veto a bill?   See Answer
  • (158) What power does the president have to reject a bill passed by Congress?   See Answer
  • (159) What does the president's cabinet do?   See Answer
  • (160) When must all men register for the Selective Service?   See Answer
  • (161) Under our Constitution, some powers belong to the states. What is one of those powers?   See Answer
  • (162) What are the two major political parties in the United States today?   See Answer
  • (163) Describe one of the four amendments to the Constitution about who can vote.   See Answer
  • (164) Which branch of government reviews laws, explains laws, resolves disputes, and decides if the law go   See Answer
  • (165) Name the government workers who help keep peace with other nations?   See Answer
  • (166) Under our Constitution, which government has the power to print money, declare war, create an army,   See Answer
  • (167) What is the name of the place where the state government conducts its business?   See Answer
  • (168) Democrats and Republicans make up the largest two of what in the United States?   See Answer
  • (169) What do we show loyalty to when we say the Pledge of Allegiance?   See Answer
  • (170) What is one promise you make when you become a United States citizen?   See Answer
  • (171) How old is citizens have to be to vote for president?   See Answer
  • (172) When is the last day you can send in your federal income tax forms?   See Answer
  • (173) Which of these is NOT a reason colonists came to America?   See Answer
  • (174) Who lived in America before the Europeans arrived?   See Answer
  • (175) What group of people was taken to America and sold as slaves?   See Answer
  • (176) Why did the colonists fight the British?   See Answer
  • (177) Who wrote the Declaration of Independence and was also the third President of the United States?   See Answer
  • (178) Who was the famous hunter, Indian fighter, army scout, and teller of tall tales who described himse   See Answer
  • (179) Who said, before he was hanged, "I regret that I have but one life to give to my country"?   See Answer
  • (180) Which of these is NOT a responsibility for United States citizens?   See Answer
  • (181) Name one of the original 13 colonies?   See Answer
  • (182) Which of these states was NOT one of the original 13 colonies?   See Answer
  • (183) Which of these men was a U.S. Diplomat, oldest member of the Constitutional Convention, first Postma   See Answer
  • (184) What territory did the United States buy from France in 1803?   See Answer
  • (185) Which President authorized the purchase of the Louisiana territory in 1803?   See Answer
  • (186) Which territories became part of the United States after Spanish-American War ended in 1898?   See Answer
  • (187) What was the name of the U.S. war between the North and the South?   See Answer
  • (188) What is another name for the War between the States?   See Answer
  • (189) What is the capital of California?   See Answer
  • (190) Which city is the capital of Hawaii?   See Answer
  • (191) What state is Juneau the capital of?   See Answer
  • (192) What is the capital of Washington state?   See Answer
  • (193) What is the capital of the state of Oregon?   See Answer
  • (194) What is the capital of Arizona?   See Answer
  • (195) Which city is the capital of the state of Utah?   See Answer
  • (196) Which state is Carson City the capital of?   See Answer
  • (197) What is the capital of Idaho?   See Answer
  • (198) Which city is the capital of Montana?   See Answer
  • (199) What state is Cheyenne the capital of?   See Answer
  • (200) What is the capital of Colorado?   See Answer
  • (201) What is the Capital of New Mexico?   See Answer
  • (202) What is the capital of North Dakota?   See Answer
  • (203) Which state is Pierre the capital of?   See Answer
  • (204) Lincoln is the capital of which state?   See Answer
  • (205) What is the capital of Kansas?   See Answer
  • (206) What is the capital of Oklahoma?   See Answer
  • (207) What is the capital of Texas?   See Answer
  • (208) What is the state capital of Minnesota?   See Answer
  • (209) What is the capital of the state of Iowa?   See Answer
  • (210) Jefferson City is the capital of which state?   See Answer
  • (211) What is the capital of Arkansas?   See Answer
  • (212) What is the capital of state of Louisiana?   See Answer
  • (213) Which state is Madison the capital city of?   See Answer
  • (214) Which President voluntarily resigned from the presidency after two terms?   See Answer
  • (215) She is known for campaigning for the right of women to vote. She also spoke out publicly against sla   See Answer
  • (216) How many wars did the United States fight in during the 1900s?   See Answer
  • (217) Who was president during the Great Depression and World War II?   See Answer
  • (218) Who was president during World War I?   See Answer
  • (219) Before he was president, Eisenhower was a general. What war was he in?   See Answer
  • (220) During the Cold War, what was the main concern of the United States?   See Answer
  • (221) What movement tried to end racial discrimination in the United States?   See Answer
  • (222) What is the capital of Illinois?   See Answer
  • (223) What is the capital of Kentucky?   See Answer
  • (224) What is the capital of Tennessee?   See Answer
  • (225) What is the capital of Mississippi?   See Answer
  • (226) What is the capital of Michigan?   See Answer
  • (227) Which city is the capital of Indianapolis?   See Answer
  • (228) Which city is the capital of Alabama?   See Answer
  • (229) Which city is the capital of Ohio?   See Answer
  • (230) Atlanta is the capital city of which state?   See Answer
  • (231) What is the capital of Florida?   See Answer
  • (232) What is the capital of West Virginia?   See Answer
  • (233) Which state is Columbia the capital city?   See Answer
  • (234) What is the capital of North Carolina?   See Answer
  • (235) Which city is the capital of Virginia?   See Answer
  • (236) Which city is the capital of Maryland?   See Answer
  • (237) Dover is the capital of which State?   See Answer
  • (238) Which city is the capital of Pennsylvania?   See Answer
  • (239) Which city is the capital of New York?   See Answer
  • (240) Which city is the capital of Connecticut?   See Answer
  • (241) Which city is the capital of Rhode Island?   See Answer
  • (242) Trenton is the capital of which U.S. state?   See Answer
  • (243) What is the capital city of Vermont?   See Answer
  • (244) Concord is the capital city of which U.S. state?   See Answer
  • (245) Which city is the capital of Maine?   See Answer
  • (246) What is the capital city of Massachusetts?   See Answer
  • (247) Who was the only president never actually elected to either the office of president or vice-presiden   See Answer
  • (248) Which president once served as a public executioner?   See Answer
  • (249) Which President had a sign on his desk that read "The BUCK STOPS here"?   See Answer
  • (250) Which president spoke to astronauts on the Moon by telephone?   See Answer
  • (251) Which president's policies were so strongly criticized by anti-war protesters that he decided not to   See Answer
  • (252) Who was the first president to name a woman to his cabinet?   See Answer
  • (253) Who was the first president to visit a foreign country while in office?   See Answer
  • (254) Which state is Biscayne National Park located?   See Answer
  • (255) Which national park is known for its mazelike mangrove forests?   See Answer
  • (256) Which national park has more than 10 million visitors every year - more than any other park in the c   See Answer
  • (257) Acadia National Park is in which state?   See Answer
  • (258) Which national park consists of seven tiny islands and is 99% water?   See Answer
  • (259) Which national park is a 45 mile island in the middle of Lake Superior?   See Answer
  • (260) Spelunkers have mapped more than 400 miles of passageways in this national park.   See Answer
  • (261) Which national park is known for having some of the world's richest fossil beds?   See Answer
  • (262) Cherokee, Huron, Navajo, Pueblo and Shoshone are federally recognized as tribes of what?   See Answer
  • (263) The U.S. government signed treaties with American Indian tribes to move the tribes to what?   See Answer
  • (264) What is the longest river in the United States?   See Answer
  • (265) What ocean is on the West Coast of the United States?   See Answer
  • (266) What is the name of one state that borders Canada?   See Answer
  • (267) What is one U.S. state that borders Mexico?   See Answer
  • (268) What is the capital of the United States?   See Answer
  • (269) Where is the Statue of Liberty?   See Answer
  • (270) Who is the only sitting president to survive a bullet wound?   See Answer
  • (271) Who is often called the Father of the American navy?   See Answer
  • (272) When the Civil War began, who declined President Lincoln's offer to field command of the army?   See Answer
  • (273) Who said "This nation will remain the land of the free only so long as it is the home of the brave."   See Answer
  • (274) What is the name of the largest body of freshwater in the world at the United States and Canada shar   See Answer
  • (275) What lake is 1,949 feet deep but is only fed by rainwater and snowmelt?   See Answer
  • (276) Which state is called the "Land of 10,000 Lakes"?   See Answer
  • (277) Which lake never freezes over even in the coldest of winters?   See Answer
  • (278) What is the tallest mountain on earth if measured from its base?   See Answer
  • (279) Which national park holds the record for the highest temperature ever recorded on Earth?   See Answer
  • (280) At which national park can you find hundreds of skinny stones as tall as 10-story buildings called "   See Answer
  • (281) What was the first national park founded to protect archaelogy?   See Answer
  • (282) Who was the first president to work in the Oval Office?   See Answer
  • (283) Who was the first president to fly regularly in the official jet aircraft known as Air Force One?   See Answer
  • (284) Who was the first president to name an African-American to his cabinet?   See Answer
  • (285) Which president practiced "ping-pong" diplomacy?   See Answer
  • (286) Who was the first sitting president to visit Europe?   See Answer
  • (287) Who was the only president to authorize the use of atomic weapons?   See Answer
  • (288) Which president forged a piece of cord that ended three decades of war between Israel and Egypt?   See Answer
  • (289) Which president was a champion of the conservation movement?   See Answer
  • (290) Which president holds the record for most vetoes?   See Answer
  • (291) Who was president when the 19th Amendment giving women the right to vote was signed into law?   See Answer
  • (292) Which president was called the Great Communicator?   See Answer
  • (293) Who was the first president to deliver a speech by radio?   See Answer
  • (294) Which president was called the Human Iceburg?   See Answer
  • (295) Which president had fifteen children?   See Answer
  • (296) Which president never lived in the White House?   See Answer
  • (297) Which president was the first to invite an African-American to dine at the White House?   See Answer
  • (298) Which president was the first to have electricity in the White House?   See Answer
  • (299) Which president had the first iron kitchen stove installed in the White House?   See Answer
  • (300) Who is the only president to commit a public act of treason against the U.S. Government?   See Answer
  • (301) Which of these presidents was not impeached?   See Answer
  • (302) Which of these presidents did not die on July 4th?   See Answer
  • (303) Who was the first president to die in office?   See Answer
  • (304) Which president's son became a General in the Confederate army during the Civil War?   See Answer
  • (305) Which president signed the Kansas-Nebraska Act, which let settlers in new territories decide if they   See Answer
  • (306) Which president said "Whenever I hear anyone arguing for slavery, I feel a strong impulse to see it   See Answer
  • (307) Which president's wife hosted the first Thanksgiving dinner ever held at the White House?   See Answer
  • (308) Which president presided during the Mexican-American War?   See Answer
  • (309) Which president supported laws such as the Pendleton Act that requires people to take a test to get   See Answer
  • (310) Which president signed the Interstate Commerce Act, which let the government regulate railroads and   See Answer
  • (311) The Spanish-American War began under which president?   See Answer
  • (312) Which president was the first American to win a Nobel Prize?   See Answer
  • (313) Which president took on many big issues that affected all Americans including child labor, the eight   See Answer
  • (314) Which president kept plenty of alcohol in the White House for his late night poker games even thoug   See Answer
  • (315) Which president studied Geology and Mining at Stanford University and became a self-made millionaire   See Answer
  • (316) Who was the first president to ride an airplane?   See Answer
  • (317) Which president supported the formation of the Interstate Highway System?   See Answer
  • (318) Which president won a Pulitzer Prize?   See Answer
  • (319) Which president, after leaving the White House, worked to build homes for the homeless?   See Answer
  • (320) Which president declared war on terrorism?   See Answer
  • (321) Which president said "There is not a Black America and a White America and Latino America and Asian   See Answer
  • (322) Which president's portrait is on the two dollar bill?   See Answer
  • (323) Which president kept the United States neutral during the war between France and Britain?   See Answer
  • (324) Which president helped stock the Library of Congress by selling the government his extensive persona   See Answer
  • (325) What song accompanies the appearance of the President of the United States at many public events inc   See Answer
  • (326) Which national park is famous for "Old Faithful", a spectacular 130 foot-tall geyser that erupts eve   See Answer
  • (327) Which of these was the world's first national park?   See Answer
  • (328) Which U.S. state has the largest population?   See Answer
  • (329) Which U.S. state is the smallest by land area?   See Answer
  • (330) Which state has the most water within it?   See Answer
  • (331) Which one of these national parks is in Texas?   See Answer
  • (332) Which state is called the Grand Canyon State?   See Answer
  • (333) What do you call a person who has been granted authorization to live and work in the United States o   See Answer
  • (334) In order to qualify for a green card through employment which of these is not required?   See Answer
  • (335) To qualify for a green card through employment you must have the correct background in terms of expe   See Answer
  • (336) If you have experienced persecution in the past or have a well-founded fear of persecution in the f   See Answer
  • (337) If you are, or have ever been, in deportation (removal) proceedings, you must see a what?   See Answer
  • (338) What is the worst thing you can do to your hopes of immigrating?   See Answer
  • (339) Which president was the oldest when first sworn into office?   See Answer
  • (340) Who was the first president to refuse to concede after losing the national election?   See Answer
  • (341) Glacier National Park is in which state?   See Answer
  • (342) Who was the leading United States air ace in World War I?   See Answer
  • (343) "Let every nation know, whether it wishes us well or ill, that we shall pay any price, bear any burd   See Answer
  • (344) Who is the first president to be impeached twice?   See Answer
  • (345) Which president said "When a country is losing many billions of dollars on trade with virtually ever   See Answer
  • (346) Which president overcame a "debilitating" childhood stutter?   See Answer
  • (347) Which president played the most rounds of golf while in office?   See Answer
  • (348) Which of these U.S. National Parks was founded on March 1, 1872?   See Answer
  • (349) Despite having two horses shot beneath him and four musket-ball holes in his coat, he survived the B   See Answer
  • (350) Which president deployed the Military Assistance Advisory Group to train the Army of the Republic of   See Answer
  • (351) "The shot heard round the world" refers to the opening shot of which battle?   See Answer
  • (352) Which Civil War General had a World War II era tank named after him?   See Answer
  • (353) What was the name of the treaty that ended the American Revolutionary War?   See Answer
  • (354) Who was the first African American senator?   See Answer
  • (355) What’s the call sign of the president’s helicopter?   See Answer
  • (356) Who was the first woman to hold federal executive office in the United States?   See Answer
  • (357) What was the first permanent English settlement in the New World?   See Answer
  • (358) What tribe was Pocahontas from?   See Answer
  • (359) With the Proclamation Line of 1763, the British forbid American colonists from settling west of whic   See Answer
  • (360) Which was the first state to ratify the Constitution?   See Answer
  • (361) After the Boston Tea Party, Great Britain punished colonists with several laws that took away Massac   See Answer
  • (362) What were colonists protesting with the Boston Tea Party?   See Answer
  • (363) What is the name of the deadly riot that occurred on March 5, 1770, when five people were killed aft   See Answer
  • (364) Which of these countries DID NOT form colonies that would later become part of the United States ter   See Answer
  • (365) What do historians call the religious revival in America during the 1730s and 1740s, when wealth and   See Answer
  • (366) In which city was the Constitutional Convention held?   See Answer
  • (367) During this, twenty people were executed for suspicion of witchcraft (usually by hanging, not burnin   See Answer
  • (368) What was the first American currency called?   See Answer
  • (369) What was the first governing document of the newly created United States, later replaced by the U.S.   See Answer
  • (370) Which President had his sister as the First Lady?   See Answer
  • (371) How many colonies did the British found on the Atlantic coastline of North America?   See Answer
  • (372) What river did General George Washington and a small army of 2,400 men cross on their way to success   See Answer
  • (373) What did rumors at the time say caused the Great Chicago Fire?   See Answer
  • (374) Who led the first expedition to explore the newly acquired western portion of the United States afte   See Answer
  • (375) Who was the first president to declare war?   See Answer
  • (376) Which president signed the Indian Removal Act, which moved Native Americans into unsettled land in t   See Answer
  • (377) Approximately how many Native Americans were forcibly relocated by the government under the Indian R   See Answer
  • (378) About 4,000 members of which Native American tribe died of cold, hunger or disease on the Trail of T   See Answer
  • (379) What year was the first U.S. dollar printed?   See Answer
  • (380) He was inaugurated President of the Confederate States on February 18, 1861 a few weeks before the b   See Answer
  • (381) What is the name of the theater where President Abraham Lincoln was assassinated by John Wilkes Boot   See Answer
  • (382) What year did the Civil War end?   See Answer
  • (383) What state seceded from Virginia in 1863?   See Answer
  • (384) Which president made Christmas a national holiday?   See Answer
  • (385) Which president and his wife attended Napoleon’s coronation at Notre Dame Cathedral?   See Answer
  • (386) Which of these is NOT required to become president of the United States?   See Answer
  • (387) Who was the first woman to run for president of the United States?   See Answer
  • (388) Which president had pets that included a small bear named Jonathan Edwards, a lizard named Bill, gui   See Answer
  • (389) Through which national park does the Continental Divide not pass?   See Answer
  • (390) On what peninsula in Washington would you find the Olympic Mountains?   See Answer
  • (391) Santa Catalina Island lies off the coast of which state?   See Answer
  • (392) Which of these provides proof of lawful permanent resident status, with authorization to live and wo   See Answer
  • (393) What is it called when a government representative records an individual’s fingerprints and takes   See Answer