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Do you know your American History?
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December 21, 2012
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What year did the rebellion against Britain start?
George Washington crossed what river to attack the Hessians in Trenton?
Who won the 1800 Presidential Election?
In The War of ____, Washington DC was Nearly Completely Burnt Down by the British
He Wrote The National Anthem
Francis Scott Key
A Document by Elizabeth Stanton Demanding Women's Right to Vote
Declaration of Sentiments
What battle took place on November 30, 1864?
Battle of Franklin
What year was The Statue of Liberty dedicated to the USA from the French?
Who led the "Rough Riders" up San Juan hill in The Spanish-American War?
What general led the Americans in WWI?
The __________ flu Pandemic killed about 675,000 Americans
What year did Prohibition start?
On October 29,1929 what event occured?
Stock Market Crashed
On D-day, what two beaches did the USA storm?
What year did the Cold War begin?
"The Forgotten War"
On April 4,1968, who was assassinated?
Martin Luther King Jr.
In 1991, America entered what Conflict/War?
The World Trade Center suffered from terrorist attacks by what group?
Won the 2012 Presidential Election
May 17, 2012
MLK was killed on April 4, 1968. Ray was arrested on June 10th.
Jun 3, 2012
Fun quiz! Some additional accepted answers for "Stock Market Crashed" would be helpful. I put in "Black Tuesday" and "Stock Market Crash" (and, thus, didn't get it)--both of those would make good acceptable answers. There are some more listed here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wall_Street_Crash_of_1929
Jun 4, 2012
Definitley, I tried puting in as many alternative answers as I could think of, but there are so many
Jul 6, 2012
You should be able to type in "Omaha and Utah" instead of having to type in "Omaha/Utah".
Oct 27, 2012
why did you not accept stock market crash?
Nov 19, 2012
you should accept more spellings of al quada (however you spell it)
Dec 15, 2012
Updated an Expanded!
Dec 21, 2012
How about accecpting "Operation Desert Storm" for the Gulf War?
Mar 10, 2013
Also, if you are used to Jet Punk "Gulf" by itself should work since its asking what War.
Aug 20, 2018
Desert Storm preceded the Gulf War (or, if you will, developed into the Gulf War)..
Dec 21, 2012
Jan 25, 2013
Just a spell check thing... France for Franch.
Jun 6, 2014
I'm sad. I'm an american and I didn't know any of them:(
Jan 6, 2017
Not even who won the election in 2012?
Nov 3, 2021
Apr 21, 2022
Surprised that King was not accepted. So I tried Kennedy. Do we need the full Revered Doctor Martin Luther King, Jr.?
Apr 21, 2022
And also, 1947 is usually considered the starting year of the "Cold War."
Sep 28, 2022
The “Spanish Flu” actually originated in the midwest of the USA, possibly from a Kansas poultry farm. The name derives from most country’s media being under heavy war censorship at the time. Not being directly involved in the conflict left the Spanish press free to report the pandemic, leading to the misnomer.
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