Who said, “Give me liberty or give me death?”
What is "Manifest Destiny?"
Why did the English colonialists who settled in the original 13 colonies come to the New World?
What is "Republicanism?"
What year did the Civil War begin?
Who was the only president to serve more than 2 terms?
What does the term “Reconstruction” refer to?
What year was the 19th amendment, which gave women the right to vote, passed?
Which one of these laws was not passed as part of the New Deal?
What event caused the US to become involved in World War II?
What does the term “McCarthyism” refer to?
Who was the United States’ rival during the Cold War?
What was Malcolm X’s primary criticism of Martin Luther King Jr.’s civil rights struggle?
Can You Pass US History 101?
You got: You aced it! You really know your American history!
You have a deep appreciation for the long road this nation took to become the world power it is today. You are fascinated by the past, and make time to learn it. You have been known to visit Civil War memorials and collect World War II memorabilia. You are a wealth of obscure facts about the past! Well done!
You got: You passed with flying colors! You clearly value this Nation greatly!
You find the past of our nation vitally important, and believe the best way to avoid future mistakes is to learn from history. You are well-informed and very concerned with what makes this country great. You vote in every election and probably volunteer in your community as well. You are a true patriot! Way to go!
You got: So you're missing some important facts., but there's always room for improvement!
The truth is that it is hard to remember so many facts and details of such a rich historical legacy. Luckily, you have room to grow. Spend time delving into our past, for it is the surest way to understand where we are now as a nation.