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U.S. Presidential Trivia

written by: Gabbigirl8
 
Identify each of the U.S. Presidents from the given description and information.

Question 1:


This 9th U.S. President served a term of only 31 days.
Zachary Taylor
William Harrison
James Garfield
Benjamin Harrison

Question 2:


He was U.S. President when the first 7 states seceded from the Union.
James Buchanan
Andrew Johnson
Abraham Lincoln
Millard Fillmore

Question 3:


Franklin Roosevelt was the president who ordered the bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki in 1945.
False
True

Question 4:


Who was the only U.S. President to serve as both President and Chief Justice?
William McKinley
William Taft
Calvin Coolidge
Woodrow Wilson

Question 5:


Spot the correct combination of U.S. President -- number of children he had.  (place mouse pointer over ? icon to view hints or answer requirements)
Van Buren -- 13
Polk -- 21
Tyler -- 15
Taylor -- 18

Question 6:


Which two former U.S. Presidents died on the same day and on what day?
John Adams and Thomas Jefferson -- July 4, 1826
Thomas Jefferson and James Monroe -- July 4, 1826
John Quincy Adams and Thomas Jefferson -- July 4, 1826
John Quincy Adams and Thomas Jackson -- July 4, 1826

Question 7:


Which President was the first to be elected by women?
Herbert Hoover
Calvin Coolidge
Warren Harding
George Washington

Question 8:


Which of the following pairs contains a U.S. president and a vice president both not having been elected to the office?
Ford and Rockefeller
Johnson and Humphrey
Carter and Mondale
Nixon and Ford

Question 9:


How many people have served as U.S. Presidents as of 2005?  (place mouse pointer over ? icon to view hints or answer requirements)


Question 10:


Becoming the 22nd and 24th U.S. President, he was the only President to serve two nonconsecutive terms.
Grover Cleveland
Andrew Johnson
James Garfield
Woodrow Wilson

 


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