Category: President of USA

Ulysses Grant Quiz

A portrait of Ulysses S. Grant

A portrait of Ulysses S. Grant (1865, Ole Peter Hansen Balling) located in the National Portrait Gallery in Washington, D.C. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Signature of Ulysses S. Grant, 18th President of the United States

Signature of Ulysses S. Grant, 18th President of the United States (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Ulysses S. Grant Collage

In the left of this picture U.S. Grant can be seen firing a mountain howitzer (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

(This quiz is about  the eighteenth President of USA.)

Ulysses Grant Quiz Questions

1) When was Ulysses Grant first sworn in as President of USA?
a) 20 January 1869
b) 4 March 1869
c) 4 March 1872
d) 4 November 1868

2) When was Ulysses Grant born?
a) 6 May 1815
b) 27 April 1822
c) 14 February 1807
d) 26 November 1821

3) Where was Ulysses Grant born?
a) Point Pleasant
b) Palm Springs
c) Chicago
d) Columbus

4) What was Ulysses Grant’s first name when he was born?
a) George
b) James
c) Hiram
d) William

5) What did Ulysses Grant want to become?
a) Singer
b) Boxer
c) Professor of mathematics
d) Professor of physics

6) Which fort was captured first by Ulysses Grant in American Civil War?
a) Fort Knox
b) Fort Henry
c) Fort Donelson
d) Fort Cochin

7) When did Ulysses Grant become the Commander-in-Chief of United States Army?
a) 17 June 1861
b) 21 August 1861
c) 24 October 1862
d) 12 March 1864

8) Where did Robert E. Lee surrender to Ulysses Grant on 9 April 1865?
a) White House
b) Capitol
c) Appomattox Court House
d) Boston Custom House

9) Which of the following terrorist groups tried to stop blacks from participating in the society during the Presidency of Ulysses Grant?
a) Lashkar-e-Toiba
b) Ku Klux Klan
c) ETA
d) ULFA

10) Which brokerage firm caused huge losses to Ulysses Grant?
a) Lehmann Brothers
b) AIG
c) Grant & Ward
d) Jardine & Campbell

Ulysses Grant Quiz Questions with Answers

1) When was Ulysses Grant first sworn in as President of USA?
b) 4 March 1869

2) When was Ulysses Grant born?
b) 27 April 1822

3) Where was Ulysses Grant born?
a) Point Pleasant

4) What was Ulysses Grant’s first name when he was born?
c) Hiram

5) What did Ulysses Grant want to become?
c) Professor of mathematics

6) Which fort was captured first by Ulysses Grant in American Civil War?
b) Fort Henry

7) When did Ulysses Grant become the Commander-in-Chief of United States Army?
d) 12 March 1864

8) Where did Robert E. Lee surrender to Ulysses Grant on 9 April 1865?
c) Appomattox Court House

9) Which of the following terrorist groups tried to stop blacks from participating in the society during the Presidency of Ulysses Grant?
b) Ku Klux Klan

10) Which brokerage firm caused huge losses to Ulysses Grant?
c) Grant & Ward

Originally posted 2017-02-24 22:35:05.

Samuel Tilden Quiz

Samuel Joe Tilden

Samuel Joe Tilden (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

(This quiz is about Samuel Tilden who was Democratic candidate in USA Presidential Election 1876. He was cheated of Presidency.)

Samuel Tilden Quiz Questions

1) When was Samuel Tilden born?
a) 9 February 1814
b) 21 June 1818
c) 7 August 1810
d) 20 December 1808

2) Where was Samuel Tilden born?
a) Los Angeles
b) Panama
c) Austin
d) New Lebanon

3) Which University did Samuel Tilden attend?
a) Oxford
b) Harvard
c) Regent
d) Yale

4) When was Samuel Tilden elected Governor of New York?
a) 1868
b) 1870
c) 1872
d) 1874

Rutherford B. Hayes - 19th President of the United States

Rutherford B. Hayes – 19th President of the United States  (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

5) How many popular votes did Samuel Tilden get in the Presidential Election 1876?
a) 4,211,315
b) 4,264,117
c) 4,284,757
d) 4,300,858

6) The Republicans disputed the results in four states. Which state soon decided in favour of Republicans?
a) South Carolina
b) Florida
c) Louisiana
d) Oregon

7) What was the number of electoral votes won by candidates leaving aside the four disputed states?
a) Samuel Tilden 184, Rutherford Hayes 165
b) Samuel Tilden 172, Rutherford Hayes 162
c) Samuel Tilden 170, Rutherford Hayes 164
d) Samuel Tilden 180, Rutherford Hayes 175

8) The Electoral Commission set up to resolve the dispute was to consist of seven Democrats, seven Republicans and one independent justice. What happened to the independent justice?
a) He left the country.
b) He went on leave.
c) He was not informed.
d) He was offered a Senate seat from Illinois and a Republican supporter replaced him.

9) By how many votes the Electoral Commission decided in favour of Rutherford Hayes?
a) 15-0
b) 14-1
c) 12-3
d) 8-7

10) What was the number of electoral votes the candidates got after the decision of the Electoral Commission?
a) Samuel Tilden 184, Rutherford Hayes 185
b) Samuel Tilden 172, Rutherford Hayes 182
c) Samuel Tilden 170, Rutherford Hayes 180
d) Samuel Tilden 180, Rutherford Hayes 185

Samuel Tilden Quiz Questions with Answers

Campaign poster for the election of 1876.

Campaign poster for the election of 1876. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

1) When was Samuel Tilden born?
a) 9 February 1814

2) Where was Samuel Tilden born?
d) New Lebanon

3) Which University did Samuel Tilden attend?
d) Yale

4) When was Samuel Tilden elected Governor of New York?
d) 1874

5) How many popular votes did Samuel Tilden get in the Presidential Election 1876?
c) 4,284,757

6) The Republicans disputed the results in four states. Which state soon decided in favour of Republicans?
d) Oregon

7) What was the number of electoral votes won by candidates leaving aside the four disputed states?
a) Samuel Tilden 184, Rutherford Hayes 165

Results of the United States presidential election in Alabama, 1876 Samuel J. Tilden (D) Rutherford B. Hayes (R)

Results of the United States presidential election in Alabama, 1876 Samuel J. Tilden (D) Rutherford B. Hayes (R) (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

8) The Electoral Commission set up to resolve the dispute was to consist of seven Democrats, seven Republicans and one independent justice. What happened to the independent justice?
d) He was offered a Senate seat from Illinois and a Republican supporter replaced him.

9) By how many votes the Electoral Commission decided in favour of Rutherford Hayes?
d) 8-7

10) What was the number of electoral votes the candidates got after the decision of the Electoral Commission?
a) Samuel Tilden 184, Rutherford Hayes 185

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Originally posted 2017-02-24 22:33:23.

Millard Fillmore Quiz

Portrait of Millard Fillmore, the thirteenth President of USA.

Portrait of Millard Fillmore, the thirteenth President of USA. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Signature of 13th President of the United States Millard Fillmore.

Signature of 13th President of the United States Millard Fillmore. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Presidential $1 Coin Program coin for Millard Fillmore. Obverse.

Presidential $1 Coin Program coin for Millard Fillmore. Obverse. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Statue of President Millard Fillmore.

Statue of President Millard Fillmore, a Buffalo native, on Southeast corner of the building. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

(This quiz is about the thirteenth President of USA.)

Millard Fillmore Quiz Questions

1) When was Millard Fillmore sworn in as President of USA?
a) 10 July 1850
b) 4 March 1949
c) 20January 1949
d) 4 March 1945

2) When was Millard Fillmore born?
a) 4 July 1776
b) 4 June 1788
c) 15 March 1795
d) 7 January 1800

3) What was Millard Fillmore’s profession?
a) Lawyer
b) Professor
c) Architect
d) Actor

4) To which political party did Millard Fillmore belong?
a) Democratic
b) Liberal
c) Whig
d) Labour

5) Who was President when Millard Fillmore was Vice President?
a) Zachary Taylor
b) John Adams
c) James Madison
d) James Monroe

6) Who was Vice President when Millard Fillmore was President?
a) Abraham Lincoln
b) Andrew Johnson
c) Andrew Jackson
d) None

7) Whom did Millard Fillmore send to Japan for opening trade with it?
a) Leonard Cheshire
b) Matthew C. Perry
c) Douglas McArthur
d) Dwight Eisenhower

8) Which state was admitted to USA when Millard Fillmore was President?
a) New Hampshire
b) California
c) Hawaii
d) Alaska

9) What did Millard Fillmore say when he refused an honorary degree of Doctor of Civil Law from Oxford?
a) No man should accept a degree that he cannot read.
b) The President of USA is above any degree.
c) Americans should not accept degrees from other countries.
d) I can not go to Oxford to collect the degree.

10) Who of the following was not a Secretary of State when Millard Fillmore was President of USA?
a) Daniel Webster
b) John Clayton
c) Thomas Corwin
d) Edward Everett

Millard Fillmore Quiz Questions with Answers

1) When was Millard Fillmore sworn in as President of USA?
a) 10 July 1850

2) When was Millard Fillmore born?
d) 7 January 1800

3) What was Millard Fillmore’s profession?
a) Lawyer

4) To which political party did Millard Fillmore belong?
c) Whig

5) Who was President when Millard Fillmore was Vice President?
a) Zachary Taylor

6) Who was Vice President when Millard Fillmore was President?
d) None

7) Whom did Millard Fillmore send to Japan for opening trade with it?
b) Matthew C. Perry

8) Which state was admitted to USA when Millard Fillmore was President?
b) California

9) What did Millard Fillmore say when he refused an honorary degree of Doctor of Civil Law from Oxford?
a) No man should accept a degree that he cannot read.

10) Who of the following was not a Secretary of State when Millard Fillmore was President of USA?
c) Thomas Corwin

Originally posted 2017-02-24 22:33:17.