It's a sad day when 97% of American's can't pass American history 101. Are you bound to end up a part of the majority? Or are you going to flex your history muscle and show some strength? It's time to put your American history knowledge to the test!
START THE QUIZ!
What Year did the Civil War Begin?
Who said "Give me liberty or give me death?"
What is the Magna Carta?
The charter signed by the Pilgrims on the Mayflower
The foundation of the British parliamentary system
The French Declaration of the Rights of Man
Something involving volcanoes
What year did the Missouri Compromise take place?
What was the Scopes trial about?
Prayer in schools
Teaching evolution in schools
Freedom of the press
Freedom to grow crops
Freedom to wear pants
The Emancipation Proclamation issued by Lincoln stated that:
Slavery was abolished in the Union
Slaves who fled to Canada would be protected
Slaves were free in areas of the Confederate states not held by the Union
The slave trade was illegal
Sputnik was the name given to the first:
Who was "First in war, first in peace, first in the hearts of his countrymen?"
Franklin D. Roosevelt
Which document established the division of powers between the states and the federal government?
The Articles of the Confederation
The Bill of Rights
The Marshall Law
What was John Marshall the author of?
Dred Scott v. Kansas
Roe v. Wade
Marbury v. Madison
Brown v. Board of Education
Well done! You're not in the majority, you're in the knowledgable minority. When it comes to American history, you know your stuff better than most. From the foundations of the United States government to the many wars and cultural shifts that have happened since. You're a US history know it all!
You would definitely pass American history 101! While you didn't earn perfect marks and could stand to brush up on a few important topics, you've got your foundations down. The basics were definitely engrained in your mind during elementary school. Well done!
Even though you could certainly pass American history 101, it would definitely be a struggle. Even though you know your basics way better than the average American, you're still a little rusty when it comes to the nitty gritty facts of America's history.
You would pass American history 101, but just barely! We know all of the knowledge you accrued in your school years is up there somewhere, but it is up to you to dig it out and put it to good use. Read up on your US history and try again soon!
Like 97% of Americans, you simply couldn't pass this tricky American history quiz. Fear not, you can still learn and grow in time for the next quiz. Study up on your US history and show us what you've got next time around. We believe in you!