Category: President of USA

James Monroe Quiz

James Monroe

James Monroe. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

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

James Monroe Quiz Questions with Answers

1) What was James Monroe’s occupation?
a) Doctor
b) Businessman
c) Lawyer
d) Engineer

2) Which State had James Monroe as its Governor in 1799-1802?
a) New York
b) Pennsylvania
c) Virginia
d) Georgia

3) When was James Monroe Member of Continental Congress?
a) 1774-1776
b) 1783-1786
c) 1780-1783
d) 1785-1787

4) Which territory was ceded by Spain to USA in 1819?
a) New Mexico
b) Florida
c) California
d) Texas

5) How many States were in USA when James Monroe ceased to be President?
a) 17
b) 19
c) 24
d) 50

6) Which parallel was set as boundary between USA and Canada on 20/10/1818?
a) 17th
b) 36th
c) 49th
d) 64th

7) Which Slave State was admitted to USA in 1820?
a) Alabama
b) Louisiana
c) Mississippi
d) Missouri

8) How is the statement by James Monroe in 1823 that warned European powers against colonisation in the Americas came to be known?
a) Declaration of Independence
b) Monroe Doctrine
c) Helsinki Declaration
d) Bill of Rights

9) How is the period of James Monroe’s Presidency known?
a) Golden age
b) Era of good feelings
c) Dark age
d) Era of sad feelings

10) Of which dynasty was James Monroe said to be the last President?
a) Texas Dynasty
b) Maryland Dynasty
c) Virginia Dynasty
d) Dakota Dynasty

James Monroe Quiz Questions with Answers

Presidential $1 Coin Program coin for James Monroe. Obverse.

Presidential $1 Coin Program coin for James Monroe. Obverse. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

1) What was James Monroe’s occupation?
c) Lawyer

2) Which State had James Monroe as its Governor in 1799-1802?
c) Virginia

3) When was James Monroe Member of Continental Congress?
b) 1783-1786

4) Which territory was ceded by Spain to USA in 1819?
b) Florida

5) How many States were in USA when James Monroe ceased to be President?
c) 24

6) Which parallel was set as boundary between USA and Canada on 20/10/1818?
c) 49th

7) Which Slave State was admitted to USA in 1820?
d) Missouri

8) How is the statement by James Monroe in 1823 that warned European powers against colonisation in the Americas came to be known?
b) Monroe Doctrine

9) How is the period of James Monroe’s Presidency known?
b) Era of good feelings

10) Of which dynasty was James Monroe said to be the last President?
c) Virginia Dynasty

Originally posted 2017-01-24 22:16:54.

John Adams Quiz

Presidential $1 Coin Program coin for John Adams. Obverse.

Presidential $1 Coin Program coin for John Adams. Obverse. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

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

John Adams Quiz Questions

1) Which post was held by John Adams in 1785-1788?
a) Commissioner to France
b) Minister to Netherlands
c) Minister to UK
d) Member of Continental Congress

2) How is Braintree, where John Adams was born and died, known now?
a) Atlantic
b) Birmingham
c) Quincy
d) Detroit

3) To which political party did John Adams belong?
a) Democratic
b) Federalist
c) Republican
d) Labour

4) By how many electoral votes did John Adams defeat Thomas Jefferson?
a) One
b) Two
c) Three
d) Four

5) When did John Adams take oath as President of USA?
a) 20 January 1797
b) 4 March 1797
c) 30 April 1797
d) 4 July 1797

6) Whom did John Adams appoint as Secretary of State?
a) Timothy Pickering
b) Henry Knox
c) Oliver Walcott
d) William Bradford

7) How were the three French agents who demanded bribes from American representatives were referred?
a) ABC
b) 123
c) XYZ
d) 911

8) Which Act signed by John Adams was repealed in 1802?
a) Alien Act
b) Alien Enemies Act
c) Naturalization Act
d) Sedition Act

9) On 1 November 1800 John Adams moved to Executive Mansion. How is Executive Mansion known today?
a) Empire State Building
b) White House
c) Broadway
d) Kodak Theatre

10) Who defeated John Adams in the Presidential Election of 1800?
a) Alexander Hamilton
b) Thomas Jefferson
c) John Marshall
d) James Otis

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John Adams Quiz Questions with Answers

1) Which post was held by John Adams in 1785-1788?
c) Minister to UK

2) How is Braintree, where John Adams was born and died, known now?
c) Quincy

3) To which political party did John Adams belong?
b) Federalist

4) By how many electoral votes did John Adams defeat Thomas Jefferson?
c) Three

5) When did John Adams take oath as President of USA?
b) 4 March 1797

6) Whom did John Adams appoint as Secretary of State?
a) Timothy Pickering

7) How were the three French agents who demanded bribes from American representatives were referred?
c) XYZ

8) Which Act signed by John Adams was repealed in 1802?
c) Naturalization Act

9) On 1 November 1800 John Adams moved to Executive Mansion. How is Executive Mansion known today?
b) White House

10) Who defeated John Adams in the Presidential Election of 1800?
b) Thomas Jefferson

Originally posted 2017-01-12 21:20:06.

Franklin Pierce Quiz

Franklin Pierce - 14th President of USA.

Franklin Pierce – 14th President of USA. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Presidential $1 Coin Program coin for Franklin Pierce. Obverse.

Presidential $1 Coin Program coin for Franklin Pierce. Obverse. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Letter from President of the United States Fra...

Letter from President of the United States Franklin Pierce to his Secretary of State William L. Marcy (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

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

Franklin Pierce Quiz Questions

1) When was Franklin Pierce sworn in as President of USA?
a) 20 January 1841
b) 4 March 1853
c) 20 January 1849
d) 4 March 1845

2) When was Franklin Pierce born?
a) 1 October 1809
b) 3 March 1812
c) 23 November 1804
d) 1 January 1801

3) Where was Franklin Pierce born?
a) Chicago
b) Hillsborough
c) Edinborough
d) Marlborough

4) Who of the following authors was a class mate of Franklin Pierce?
a) John Keats
b) Percy Bysshe Shelley
c) Nathaniel Hawthorne
d) Charles Dickens

5) Which college did Franklin Pierce attend?
a) Bowdoin College
b) Hampden-Sydney College
c) Morehouse College
d) St. Albert’s College

6) During which war was Franklin Pierce wounded?
a) Boer War
b) Cuban War
c) Mexican War
d) Balkan War I

7) Which of the following Acts was passed when Franklin Pierce was President?
a) Kansas-Nebraska Act
b) Espionage Act
c) Freedom of Information Privacy Act
d) National Security Act

8) Which of the following applies to Franklin Pierce?
a) First President to have a Christmas tree in the White House.
b) First President to travel by aeroplane.
c) First President to have fought in a war.
d) First President to be born in USA.

9) To which political party did Franklin Pierce belong?
a) Democratic
b) Republican
c) Whig
d) Green

10) What caused Franklin Pierce’s death?
a) Train accident
b) Cirrhosis
c) Cholera
d) Bus accident

Franklin Pierce Quiz Questions with Answers

1) When was Franklin Pierce sworn in as President of USA?
b) 4 March 1853

2) When was Franklin Pierce born?
c) 23 November 1804

3) Where was Franklin Pierce born?
b) Hillsborough

4) Who of the following authors was a class mate of Franklin Pierce?
c) Nathaniel Hawthorne

5) Which college did Franklin Pierce attend?
a) Bowdoin College

6) During which war was Franklin Pierce wounded?
c) Mexican War

7) Which of the following Acts was passed when Franklin Pierce was President?
a) Kansas-Nebraska Act

8) Which of the following applies to Franklin Pierce?
a) First President to have a Christmas tree in the White House.

9) To which political party did Franklin Pierce belong?
a) Democratic

10) What caused Franklin Pierce’s death?
b) Cirrhosis

Franklin Pierce Trivia

Source: http://www.americanpresidents.org

Each of his three children died before he was president and before reaching adolescence.

During his term, feelings in congress were so intense that fist-fights broke out on the floor of the congress.

During his term, Kansas was known as “Bloody Kansas” due to the state’s intense turmoil over the issue of slavery.

He was the first president to memorize his inaugural address and recite it from memory.

He was responsible for the Gadsden Purchase which brought New Mexico and part of Arizona into the United States.

His wife, Jane Appleton, was so distraught by the deaths of her children that she would write letters to her deceased children.

He signed the Kansas-Nebraska Act which nullified the Missouri Compromise.
“A Republic without parties is a complete anomaly. The history of all popular Governments show how absurd is the idea of their attempting to exist without parties.”

Originally posted 2016-07-01 22:01:20.