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Trivia Quiz - U.S. Presidents: Basic Facts #11

This quiz is about U.S. presidential trivia: presidents' birthplaces, presidents' term dates, presidential policies, presidential elections, presidents' first ladies, presidents' military service, presidents' education and more!

Quiz Number: 193
Date Submitted: December 05, 2005
Quiz Categories: American Presidents
Quiz Type: General Quiz
Author: bill
Average Score: 67 percent
Times Taken: 61 times
Taken by Registered Users: 12

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U.S. Presidents Basic Facts 11
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1. Spiro T. Agnew was vice president of the U.S. under which president?
  A.   Jimmy Carter
  B.   Richard Nixon
  C.   Lyndon Johnson
  D.   John F. Kennedy

2. How many of his own teeth did George Washington have when he died?
  A.   0
  B.   1
  C.   2
  D.   all

3. In what state was Woodrow Wilson born?
  A.   New York
  B.   Connecticut
  C.   Virginia
  D.   New Hampshire

4. The capital of Liberia is named after this U.S. president: (hint:he was elected in 1820.)
  A.   John Quincy Adams
  B.   Martin Van Buren
  C.   James Madison
  D.   James Monroe

5. What was Ronald Reagan�s middle name?
  A.   Warren
  B.   Walter
  C.   Wilson
  D.   Ward

6. The majority of American presidents had this occupation before they became president:
  A.   Vice President
  B.   Senator
  C.   Attorney
  D.   Cabinet Member

7. This president died at Walter Reed hospital at 12:25 pm, on March 28, 1969."
  A.   Dwight D. Eisnehower
  B.   Lyndon Johnson
  C.   John F. Kennedy
  D.   Harry S. Truman

8. How many presidents have been elected from Virginia?
  A.   6
  B.   7
  C.   8
  D.   0

9. This president promised in his 1964 campaign to �Never send American boys to fight Asian wars.�
  A.   Lyndon Johnson
  B.   John F. Kennedy
  C.   Dwight D. Eisenhower
  D.   Harry S. Truman

10. This historic speech started out "four score and seven years ago."
  A.   The Gettysburg Address
  B.   The Emancipation Proclamation
  C.   New Deal Address
  D.   Lincoln's Inauguration Speech®   

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