Many people don’t care about history because it’s boring and dull. We have done a great job covering American history in such a way that everyone, kids and adults alike will enjoy these trivialities about American history.
This article will not only teach you about American history, but it will also give you fun facts about America’s rich history. To make it easy for both adults and kids to solve the American History Trivia questions, we have divided them into different sections. A separate section contains U.S. president trivia, bill-of-right quiz, and jeopardy questions that can be used as a brain teaser for both children and adults.
Interesting American History Trivia Facts
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- American History Trivia questions
- President Grover Cleveland got married in White House
- Before becoming a president Andrew John was a congressman, Senator, Vice president and also a governor.
- William H. Taft was considered as the heaviest president.
- Four presidents Lincoln, Garfield, McKinley, and Kennedy were all killed in their offices
- Zachary Taylor and James Madison both presidents belonged to the same family and were second cousins
- Five presidents survived an assassination attempt in their offices.
- James Madison was the shortest among all the presidents of united state.
- John Adams and Thomas Jefferson both died on the same day.
- There were 13 original colonies of united state
U.S President Trivia Question And Answers
Q. Name the only President who served more than two terms?
Q. For how long did Franklin D. Roosevelt serve as a president?
Q. In which year did Franklin D. Roosevelt die?
Q. Name the President who was the only one to serve two non-consecutive terms?
Q. Which president had the short presidency?
Q. What is the name of the oldest elected President?
Q. Name the president who was first to live in the white house.
Q. Where did William Henry Harrison die?
Q. Which U.S president was divorced?
Q. Which U.S president was unmarried?
Q. What is the name of the first President who was born outside the contiguous United States?
Q. Name the U.S. President who signed the treaty to purchase Alaska from Russia.
Q. Name the President who was the first appear on TV?
Q. What is the name of the first President who appointed an African American to the Supreme Court?
Q. Who wrote poem “Oh Captain, My Captain”?
Q. About which president did Walt Whitman wrote a poem?
Q. Who was the second president of united state?
Q. Name the commission that was established for the investigation of John F. Kennedy’s assassination.
Q. Name the tallest president of the united state.
Q. Who established warren commission?
Q. To whom was the final report of the Warren commission presented?
Q. What is the name of the President who was the only one to resign from the office?
Q. The Civil Rights Act was signed by Which U.S President?
Q. Who was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom?
Q. Name the U.S President who is the only one to earn Masters of Business Administration?
Q. What are the starting words of U.S constitution?
Q. What is the name of the first President who won the Nobel Peace Prize?
Q. Name the president who was known as “Rough And Ready”.
Q. Name the President who was first to use an armored limousine.
Q. Where was William McKinley assassinated?
Q. Which two presidents were second cousins?
Q. The Revolutionary War was won by whom
Q. Name the first major battle of Civil War.
Q. What nickname did Thomas Jonathan Jackson earn during the First Battle of Bull Run?
American History Trivia Question And Answer For Kids
Q. What is the national anthem of America?
Q. Who was the first to sign the Declaration of Independence?
Q. What was Pony Express and in which year it was started?
Q. When was the ceiling of Sistine chapel painted?
Q. Name the American state that was the first to enter the union on the 7th of Dec 1787?
Q. When did president Grant sign the civil right act?
Q. In 1929, during stock market crash who was the president of united state?
Q. In 1923, which chocolate candy bar did Forest Mars create?
Q. The first word spoken on the moon was Houston. True or False?
Q. When did Theodore Roosevelt win the Nobel Peace Prize?
Q. Which magazine did De Witt Wallace found?
Q. Who was the writer of The turn of the Screw?
Q. Which city was originally known as Nieuw Amsterdam?
Q. First, hard rock café was opened where?
Q. Name the first capital city of U.S.
Q. “All men are created equal” was written in which year?
Q. Who is the writer of “The Star-Spangled Banner”?
Q. Name the first president who declared war.
Q. There have been how many United state president?
Q. How many children did the president of United state John Tyler have?
Q. How many presidents were killed in their offices?
Q. Name the American president who was the only one to be elected after running unopposed?
Q. I only regret that I have but one life to lose for my country,” these are the words of whom?
Q. Give me liberty or give me death” this quotation is referred to whom?
Q. A pamphlet called Common Sense “is written by whom?
Q. With whom did Americans sign on September 3, 1783?
Q. When was William McKinley assassinated?
Q. We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal. Who wrote this statement?
Q. When was Warren Commission established?
Q. Name the person who was first to discover the Rubber?
Q. Who was the one to found the first settlement in Greenland?
Q. Name the person who first stepped on the moon.
Q. Who created the light bulb for the first time?
American History Trivia Question And Answer For Adults
Q. Name the city where the peace treaty was signed between Americans and British.
Q. The Pony Express transferred mail between which two states?
Q. President Abraham Lincoln was assassinated by whom?
Q. In 1979, Woolworth’s originate in which state?
Q. The old hecklers were named after what in the Muppet show?
Q. Which American state was second to enter the union on 7th of Dec 1787?
Q. What did Rice-Kellogg In 1924 invent?
Q. What name did Frank Sinatra’s Yacht had?
Q. Name the city that has the historical attractions like Liberty Bell and Independence Hall?
Q. What is the name of the person who painted the ceiling of Sistine chapel?
Q. In 1921, who appointed William H. Taft as chief justice?
Q. Cotton gin was invented by whom and when?
Q. What is the name of the smallest country in the world.
Q. Name the famous actor who became the governor of California in the year 2003.
Q. Name the film, which caused riots in cinemas in 1956?
Q. Name the one who won the 1932 election?
Q. In 1776, the Declaration of Independence was signed by how many men?
Q. In 17th century, which group of people immigrated to United State?
Q. In which U.S city did the famous tea party take place?
Q. “Hamlet “and “Midsummers Night Dream” both poems were written by which writer?
Q. Name the third President of United States of America?
Q. Which bird is named as national bird of United State?
Q. Which U.S state was once part of Mexico?
Q. In 1898, with which country did United State of America fought?
Q. When did the first men stepped on the moon?
Q. Which state did Native Americans called as Quinnehtukqut?
Q. Which is called as the bloodiest war in United State history?
Q. The first name of Lewis was?
Q. Abolitionists like Harriet Tubman used the network of antislavery activists and safe houses. This network was called as what?