Quiz: Can You Beat This Infuriating A-Z American History Quiz?

Are you a TRUE history buff?

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 Sep 03, 2021
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Question: 1/26A IS FOR...


Site where the surrender of the Confederate Army under Robert E. Lee occurred
Appomattox Court House
Appalachian Trail
Anglo-Saxon Battlegound

Question: 2/26B IS FOR...


Famous protest against King George's taxes
Boston Tea Party
Baltimore Cocoa Party
Brooklyn Coffee Party

Question: 3/26C IS FOR...


The government set up from 1861-1865 by eleven southern slave states
Chancellor
Colony
Confederacy

Question: 4/26D IS FOR...


Pseudonym of W. Mark Felt, the Watergate scandal's whistleblower
Duke
Deep Throat
Danelaw

Question: 5/26E IS FOR...


Executive orders issued by Abraham Lincoln that declared free slaves living in states not under Union control
Excommunication
Ecclesiastical Court
Emancipation Proclamation

Question: 6/26F IS FOR...


According to legend, Ponce de León discovered Florida while searching for this
Federation Lake
Fountain of Youth
Frontier Forrest

Question: 7/26G IS FOR...


Pacific island ceded to the US following the Spanish American War in 1898
Geneva
Georgia
Guam

Question: 8/26H IS FOR...


One of two Japanese cities targeted by American bombs in August, 1945
Hiroshima
Helsinki
Homestead

Question: 9/26I IS FOR...


A network of limited-access highways authorized by President Eisenhower in 1956
Imperialism
Industrialisation
Interstate Highway System

Question: 10/26J IS FOR...


Laws enacted from 1876-1965, mandating racial segregation and a 'separate but equal' status for African-Americans
Justice of the Peace
Jim Crow Laws
Jurisdiction

Question: 11/26K IS FOR...


The 'Bluegrass State', became the fifteenth state in 1792
Kansas
Kentucky
Knoxville

Question: 12/26L IS FOR...


Inter-governmental organization founded as a result of the Treaty of Versailles in 1919-1920
League of Nations
Legatine Court
Lay Court

Question: 13/26M IS FOR...


Policy stating that European countries cannot interfere with states in the Americas
Monroe Doctrine
Mercantilism
Militarism

Question: 14/26N IS FOR...


Series of economic programs passed by Franklin D. Roosevelt
Nationalism
Nineteen Proposals
New Deal

Question: 15/26O IS FOR...


19th century migration route leading from Missouri to the Willamette Valley
Open Range
Outpost Road
Oregon Trail

Question: 16/26P IS FOR...


Period from 1920-1933 during which alcohol sales were banned nationally
Prohibition
Protestantism
Purgatory

Question: 17/26Q IS FOR...


The undeclared sea war fought between the United States and France from 1798 to 1800
Quasi-War
Quarantine War
Queen's War

Question: 18/26R IS FOR...


Widespread fear of communism that began during World War I
Reformation
Red Scare
Restoration

Question: 19/26S IS FOR...


The bombardment and surrender of this fort that started the Civil War
Saxon
Schism
Sumter

Question: 20/26T IS FOR...


Peace agreement that ended the Mexican-American war in 1848
Test Acts
Trench Block
Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo

Question: 21/26U IS FOR...


National personification of the United States, originating in 1812
U Boat
Uncle Sam
Usurper

Question: 22/26V IS FOR...


Cold War military conflict that occurred in Southeast Asia from 1959 to 1975
Vietnam War
Viking War
Versailles War

Question: 23/26W IS FOR...


1790s resistance movement against an excise tax on a certain alcoholic beverage
World War I
Western Front
Whiskey Rebellion

Question: 24/26X IS FOR...


The first Catholic institution of higher learning in the Northwest Territory
Xavier University
Xenia University
Xenophon University

Question: 25/26Y IS FOR...


The location of the last major battle of the American Revolution
Yorkville
Yorktown
Yorkshire

Question: 26/26Z IS FOR...


The 12th President of the United States, known as 'Old Rough and Ready'
Zachary Taylor
Zachariah Wilson
Zacarias Roosevelt
QUIZ BLISS | Quiz Facts

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