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More U.S. Presidents

written by: Remco
 
This is a bag of mixed trivia about U.S. Presidents. It features elements related to the private and public life of Chief Executives who have served U.S.A. since 1789. From Washington to George W. Bush, these men were the source of both famous and lesser-known facts. Enjoy and good luck !

Question 1:


What U.S. President served the shortest time in office ?
Gerald Rudolph Ford
William McKinley
William Henry Harrison
Andrew Jackson

Question 2:


Who was the last President before the Civil War, also the last president to advocate slavery?
James Buchanan
James Knox Polk
John Tyler
Abraham Lincoln

Question 3:


What U.S. President led the nation in World War One?
John Calvin Coolidge
Thomas Woodrow Wilson
Herbert Clark Hoover
Theodore Roosevelt

Question 4:


Who was the only President to serve two non-consecutive terms, becoming the 22nd and 24th Chief Executive?  (place mouse pointer over ? icon to view hints or answer requirements)
William Jefferson Clinton
Ulysses Simpson Grant
Stephen Grover Cleveland
Chester Alan Arthur

Question 5:


This U.S. President and founder of the Democratic Party drafted the Declaration of Independence in 1776.
Thomas Jefferson
James Madison
James Monroe
John Adams

Question 6:


Born in Brookline, Massachusetts. he was a Roman Catholic President .
John Fitzgerald Kennedy
Harry Shippe Truman
Richard Milhous Nixon
Lyndon Baines Johnson

Question 7:


What U.S. President was a commanding Union General in the Civil War ?
Andrew Johnson
Benjamin Harrison
Ulysses Simpson Grant
James Abram Garfield

Question 8:


What President has an animal named after him, after refusing to shoot one such animal during a hunting party?
Theodore Roosevelt
Franklin Pierce
Zachary Taylor
Dwight David Eisenhower

Question 9:


What U.S. President was first to use atomic weapons (1945) ?
Gerald Rudolph Ford
James Earl Carter
Ronald Wilson Reagan
Harry Truman

Question 10:


What President's campaign slogan was "The Great Society?"
William Jefferson Clinton
Franklin Delano Roosevelt
George H.W. Bush
Lyndon Baines Johnson

 


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