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U.S. History Multiple Choice #1
Can you answer these multiple choice questions related to American history?
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February 3, 2019
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The Battles of Lexington and Concord were the first battles in the American revolution. In what state did they take place?
Who was the first president to be impeached?
What was John F. Kennedy's middle name?
Nothing, it was just an initial
Harry S. Truman's middle name was just an initial
Which war killed the most Americans?
World War II
What country was blamed for the sinking of the USS Maine in 1898?
Spain probably didn't do it. The ship most likely blew up on its own after a fire.
Who gave the famous "I Have a Dream" speech?
Martin Luther King Jr.
In what year did the U.S enter World War II?
The Fortune 500 measures the largest companies by revenue. What company topped the Fortune 500 in 1970?
Which of these structures was once the tallest in the world?
Golden Gate Bridge
Statue of Liberty
In exchange for the USSR taking its missiles out of Cuba, which of these countries did the U.S. remove missiles from?
What party did Presidents Tyler, Taylor, Fillmore, and Harrison belong to?
Who was President at the time of the Louisiana Purchase?
In the Constitution, each state gets a number of Representatives based on its population. Were slaves counted as part of the population?
Slaves were counted as 3/5ths
Which of these cities has not hosted the Olympics?
What was the name of the spaceflight program that landed humans on the moon from 1969–1972?
Jun 29, 2019
Interesting that so few people got the Washington Monument one right, though it doesn't always appear on lists of tallest things in history as it's not a proper building. The tallest man-made structure in history for thousands of years was the Great Pyramid of Giza. Then from 1311 it was various European cathedrals. The Washington Monument was the first thing to surpass all of those, in 1888, and it did so by a pretty big margin. It held the record for only ten years, however, as the Eiffel Tower took it in 1889 almost doubling the height of the obelisk. The in the 1930s we started building skyscrapers.
Jun 29, 2019
Not incidentally the Golden Gate Bridge and Statue of Liberty are both shorter than the Washington Monument. The Gateway Arch, though taller than the Washington Monument, was completed after the Eiffel Tower and is shorter than the Eiffel Tower so it never held the record.
Jan 22, 2020
1. The Battles of Lexington and Concord were the first battles in the American revolution. In
state did they take place?
Should ask "In
Jan 22, 2020
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