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Trivia Quiz - U.S. Presidents: Basic Facts #23

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: 205
Date Submitted: December 05, 2005
Quiz Categories: American Presidents
Quiz Type: General Quiz
Author: bill
Average Score: 72.4 percent
Times Taken: 54 times
Taken by Registered Users: 8

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U.S. Presidents Basic Facts 23
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1. When George Washington was inaugurated president in 1789, what city was the U.S. capital?
  A.   Washington, D.C.
  B.   New York
  C.   Richmond, VA
  D.   Baltimore, MD

2. Where did Gerald Ford attend college?
  A.   Harvard
  B.   Ohio State University
  C.   The University of Michigan
  D.   Michigan State University

3. Where is Dwight Eisenhower buried?
  A.   Washington, D.C.
  B.   Abilene, Kansas
  C.   Denison, Texas
  D.   Austin, Texas

4. Where is president William McKinley buried?
  A.   Columbus, OH
  B.   New York, NY
  C.   Canton, OH
  D.   Washington, D.C.

5. What was Jimmy Carters middle name?
  A.   Earl
  B.   Edward
  C.   Evin
  D.   Ellon

6. Who became president when William McKinley was assassinated in 1901?
  A.   Theodore Roosevelt
  B.   William Howard Taft
  C.   Woodrow Wilson
  D.   Calvin Coolidge

7. Where is Theodore Roosevelt buried?
  A.   Buffalo, NY
  B.   Washington, D.C.
  C.   New York, NY
  D.   Oyster Bay, NY

8. Which American president is most associated with the "Teapot Dome Scandal?"
  A.   Warren Harding
  B.   Calvin Coolidge
  C.   Woodrow Wilson
  D.   Grover Cleveland

9. Which former president was appointed Chief Justice of Supreme Court?
  A.   Woodrow Wilson
  B.   Willam H. Taft
  C.   Franklin Pierce
  D.   Herbert Hoover

10. Which of the following presidents do not have a state capital named after them?
  A.   James Madison
  B.   Abraham Lincoln
  C.   Andrew Jackson
  D.   James Monroe®   

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