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Trivia Quiz - U.S. Presidents: Basic Facts #19

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: 201
Date Submitted: December 05, 2005
Quiz Categories: American Presidents
Quiz Type: General Quiz
Author: bill
Average Score: 59.1 percent
Times Taken: 68 times
Taken by Registered Users: 10

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U.S. Presidents Basic Facts 19
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1. What president's picture is on the $1,000 bill?
  A.   Grover Cleveland
  B.   Chester A. Arthur
  C.   Woodrow Wilson
  D.   Benjamin Harrison

2. In what state was Woodrow Wilson born?
  A.   Virginia
  B.   West Virginia
  C.   North Carolina
  D.   South Carolina

3. What president's picture is on the $100,000 bill?
  A.   Ulysses S. Grant
  B.   Theodore Roosevelt
  C.   Woodrow Wilson
  D.   Calvin Coolidge

4. Who was the 25th president of the United States?
  A.   William Howard Taft
  B.   William McKinley
  C.   Theodore Roosevelt
  D.   Benjamin Harrison

5. What president's picture is on the $500 bill?
  A.   John F. Kennedy
  B.   William H. Taft
  C.   William McKinley
  D.   James Madison

6. What presidents therapeutic use of rocking chairs spurred their sales in 1961?
  A.   Richard Nixon
  B.   Harry S. Truman
  C.   Lyndon Johnson
  D.   John F. Kennedy

7. What relation was Benjamin Harrison to William Henry Harrison?
  A.   Great Grandson
  B.   Grandson
  C.   Grand Nephew
  D.   Son

8. What republican did Franklin D. Roosevelt defeat in the 1944 presidential election?
  A.   Alfred Landon
  B.   Wendell Wilkie
  C.   Herbert Hoover
  D.   Thomas Dewey

9. What republican president was knighted by Britain's Queen Elizabeth?
  A.   Franklin Roosevelt
  B.   Ronald Reagan
  C.   Abraham Lincoln
  D.   Chester A. Arthur

10. What Republican was called the "teflon president" because scandals never seemed to stick to him?
  A.   Ronald Reagan
  B.   Gerald Ford
  C.   Richard Nixon
  D.   Dwight D. Eisenhower®   

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