Do you know why 1863 was significant in the history of the United States? Who Thurgood Marshall and Malcolm X are? Or when women were allowed to vote? Take this quiz to find out how much you know about American history.
February 21, 2017
When was the Civil War?
Who was the first president to ever live in the White House?
In which city was John F. Kennedy assassinated?
Who said "Give me liberty or give me death?"
What do the colors of the American flag mean/symbolize?
Red: hardiness, White: purity, Blue: perseverance
Nothing, the Founding Fathers simply found them aesthetically pleasing
Red: compassion, White: peace and unity, Blue: remembrance
Red: revolution, White: stability, Blue: integrity
In what year were American women given the right to vote?
The Emancipation Proclamation issued by President Lincoln stated that:
Slaves were free in areas of the Confederate states not held by the Union
Slavery was abolished in the Union
The slave trade was illegal
Slaves who fled to Canada would be protected
2014 marked the 200th birthday of which American symbol?
The Lincoln Memorial
The Smithsonian Institution
The Star-Spangled Banner
The American flag
Who is this First Lady?
Thurgood Marshall was the first African-American to become ...
Supreme Court Justice
Secretary of State
You must not be American. If you are, shame on you!
You did pretty good. You could always brush up on your history though.
You must really love your country! This wasn't exactly easy but you nailed it!