Quiz: Are You Revolutionary Enough To Pass This American Revolution Test?

Are you a history buff?

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Dave via Warner Bros.
 Sep 23, 2018
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Question: 1/18Pick an answer!


Between which years did the American Revolution take place?
1665 and 1683
1765 and 1783
1865 and 1883

Question: 2/18Pick an answer!


Who did America win independence from?
Russia
Britain
Denmark

Question: 3/18Pick an answer!


Who was the president during the American revolution?
Thomas Jefferson
Abe Lincoln
George Washington

Question: 4/18Pick an answer!


What was the Patriot's tax motto?
United Are We Taxation Free
No Taxation Without Representation
Two Things Guaranteed: Death & Taxes

Question: 5/18Pick an answer!


Which of these three acts were most frustrating for the colonies?
Flour Act, Lemon Act and Cotton Act
Bread Act, Paper Act and Ink Act
Sugar Act, Tea Act and Stamp Act

Question: 6/18Pick an answer!


What political protest took place on December 16, 1773?
Boston Tea Party
The Protestant Reformation
The Storming of the Bastille

Question: 7/18Pick an answer!


Which king did of the Continental Congress write a letter to?
King Bernard of England
King George of England
King Lancelot of England

Question: 8/18Pick an answer!


What year was the Declaration of Independence signed?
1776
1775
1777

Question: 9/18Pick an answer!


Where did the last major battle of the American Revolutionary War take place?
Wilmington
Yorktown
Savannah

Question: 10/18Pick an answer!


Who were the Townshend Acts named after?
Timothy Townshend
Charles Townshend
Nathaniel Townshend

Question: 11/18Pick an answer!


How many lives were lost during the Boston Massacre?
28
5
57

Question: 12/18Pick an answer!


How many chests of tea were dumped into the sea during the Boston Tea Party?
About 600
About 900
About 300
About 1200

Question: 13/18Pick an answer!


Who warned Patriots about an upcoming British invasion?
George Washington
John Hancock
Paul Revere

Question: 14/18Pick an answer!


Which side won The Battle of Bunker Hill?
It was equal
The British
The Patriots

Question: 15/18Pick an answer!


Which side won the Battle of Princeton New Jersey?
It was equal
The British
The Patriots

Question: 16/18Pick an answer!


What was another name for the British?
Trutarians
Loyalists
Britianicals

Question: 17/18Pick an answer!


Which of these countries was an American ally during the revolution?
Slovenia
Japan
France

Question: 18/18Pick an answer!


Which of these men did NOT sign the Declaration of Independence?
John Hancock
Benedict Arnold
Thomas Jefferson
QUIZ BLISS | Quiz Facts

When you think of things like independence and patriotism, you probably also think about the American Revolution. "Independence" as a whole is such a beautiful and enchanting concept because it truly signifies the meaning of freedom and personal power. Independence, by definition, is "the power or right to act, speak, or think as one wants without hindrance or restraint". The American Revolution provided the people with that such lovely ideology and we still live by and follow it today! Patriotism undeniably came hand in hand with the revolution because the people were so thankful to have their freedom in the truest sense of what that meant. Vigorously supporting our country after the triumph of something as risky and brave as the American Revolution only makes sense! Mercy Otis Warren spoke about it by saying, "The progress of the American Revolution has been so rapid and such the alteration of manners, the blending of characters, and the new train of ideas that almost universally prevail, that the principles which animated to the noblest exertions have been nearly annihilated." Her powerful words, especially as a woman who worked as a political writer and propagandist during the sexist era of time that she was alive, still ring true to this day. Her passionate statement really says it all! The American Revolution was a defining chapter in history and without the events of that time, America simply would not be where it is today. We had to rebel and break free in order to experience freedom and the most genuine sensations of utter patriotism! Take this quiz if you remember learning the details in history class!