Only 3% Of Americans Can Pass This American History Test

20 questions to find out if you are in the top 3%.

Kory Pearl
Created by Kory Pearl
On Jan 12, 2017

Who was Abraham Lincoln?

What was the turning point of the American Revolution?

And what was the turning point in the Civil War?

The Declaration of Independence was signed on July 4, 1776.

Which amendment guarantees citizenship to all people born in the United States?

The Civil War was fought from 1861 to:

Who is considered to be the 'Father of the Constitution'?

What was the Industrial Revolution?

What does 'ratify' mean?

What is 'Manifest Destiny'?

Which amendment guarantees the right of individuals to bear arms?

What was the 'Temperance Movement' campaigning against?

Who were the 'Antifederalists'?

'Federalists' favored a strong national government.

When was Jamestown, the first permanent English settlement, founded?

What did the 'Magna Carta' limited?

Which amendment states that Congress shall make no law restricting freedom of speech, religion, press, assembly, and petition?

Who was Ulysses Grant?

The Declaration of Independence and the Constitution were written in:

And finally, the Constitution was written in 1787.

Passed! You Are In The Top 3%

Passed! You Are In The Top 3%

You passed the test 97% of the population fails. You are passionate about history, highly intelligent, and well-read.

Not An American, Aren't You?

Not An American, Aren't You?

You tend to daydream, you take time for yourself, and you actually observe everything.