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Trivia Quiz - U.S. Presidents: Basic Facts #33

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: 215
Date Submitted: December 05, 2005
Quiz Categories: American Presidents
Quiz Type: General Quiz
Author: bill
Average Score: 73.4 percent
Times Taken: 44 times
Taken by Registered Users: 10

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U.S. Presidents Basic Facts 33
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1. Who was the first president who didn't appear on the presidential election ticket?
  A.   Gerald Ford
  B.   Lyndon Johnson
  C.   Harry S. Truman
  D.   Theodore Roosevelt

2. Who was the first U.S. President born in New Hampshire?
  A.   Millard Fillmore
  B.   Chester A. Arthur
  C.   Calvin Coolidge
  D.   Franklin Pierce

3. Who was the first U.S. president born on the 4th of July?
  A.   Calvin Coolidge
  B.   Benjamin Harrison
  C.   Zachary Taylor
  D.   James Garfield

4. Who was the first U.S. president elected as a divorcee?
  A.   James Buchanan
  B.   Ronald Reagan
  C.   Franklin Pierce
  D.   Woodrow Wilson

5. Who was the first U.S. president to have a grandson become president?
  A.   George Bush
  B.   John Adams
  C.   Theodore Roosevelt
  D.   William Henry Harrison

6. Who was the President of the United States during the 1st Gulf War?
  A.   George W. Bush
  B.   Bill Clinton
  C.   George Bush
  D.   Ronald Reagan

7. Who was the president the year the Titanic sunk?
  A.   William Howard Taft
  B.   Theodore Roosevelt
  C.   William McKinley
  D.   Grover Cleveland

8. Who was the 16th president?
  A.   U.S. Grant
  B.   James Buchanan
  C.   Abraham Lincoln
  D.   Andrew Jackson

9. Where is Abraham Lincoln buried?
  A.   Washington, D.C.
  B.   Breckenridge, KY
  C.   New York, NY
  D.   Springfield, Illinois

10. Who was the vice president of the United States that was tried for treason?
  A.   Aaron Burr
  B.   John Hancock
  C.   Thomas Jefferson
  D.   John Adams®   

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