Quiz Sheets in the U.S. History Category

Here you will find activities relating to the history of the United States of America. From Native American culture in North America to the arrival of the English in the 17th century. And then to the American Revolution, Civil War, and the events of the 20th century. And on to today. Here you can create flash cards and word search puzzles and test knowledge of American History.

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  • History Quiz (4 words)
    Chapter 14: Lesson 3
    Example: What is a "free state"?: [m] A state that did not allow slavery at all, What were "states' rights"?: [m] The idea that states have the right to make decisions about issues concerning their state., What is a "slavery state"?: [m] A state that allowed slavery, Who was John C. Calhoun?: A United States senator from South Carolina who believed in states rights.
  • Unit Test: A New Century (7 words)
    African Americans in WW I, the Great Depression, and WW II
    Example: What was the movement of thousands of African Americans who left the South in search of better opportunities in the North called?: [m] The Great Migration, What were the two main of push factors that caused the Great Migration?: [m] racism and unemployment, What was the main pull factor that caused the Great Migration?: [m] employment and economic opportunities, Which city in the North experienced tremendous growth between 1910-1920 due to the Great Migration?: [m] Detroit
  • Chapter 13 Section 2 Quiz (6 words)
    Example: What is pump priming?: [m] Give people jobs by making public projects which stimulates the economy, What was the Social Security Act?: [m] Pension system for retirees and injured workers, How did the Wagner Act help employees?: [m] Gave them the ability for the unions to negotiate about hours,wages and other conditons, What did the Fair Labor Standards Act do?: [m] Banned child labor, made a minimum wage and made workweek 44 hours
  • Chapter 12 Section 2 Quiz (6 words)
    Example: What is pump priming?: [m] Give people jobs by making public projects which stimulates the economy, What was the Social Security Act?: [m] Pension system for retirees and injured workers, How did the Wagner Act help employees?: [m] Gave them the ability for the unions to negotiate about hours,wages and other conditons, What did the Fair Labor Standards Act do?: [m] Banned child labor, made a minimum wage and made workweek 44 hours
  • Chapter 12 Section 2 Quiz (6 words)
    Example: What is pump priming?: [m] Give people jobs by making public projects which stimulates the economy, What was the Social Security Act?: [m] Pension system for retirees and injured workers, How did the Wagner Act help employees?: [m] Gave them the ability for the unions to negotiate about hours,wages and other conditons, What did the Fair Labor Standards Act do?: [m] Banned child labor, made a minimum wage and made workweek 44 hours
  • Chapter 12 Section 2 Quiz (6 words)
    Example: What is pump priming?: [m] Give people jobs by making public projects which stimulates the economy, What was the Social Security Act?: [m] Pension system for retirees and injured workers, How did the Wagner Act help employees?: [m] Gave them the ability for the unions to negotiate about hours,wages and other conditons, What did the Fair Labor Standards Act do?: [m] Banned child labor, made a minimum wage and made workweek 44 hours
  • Chapter 12 Section 2 Quiz (6 words)
    Example: What is pump priming?: [m] Give people jobs by making public projects which stimulates the economy, What was the Social Security Act?: [m] Pension system for retirees and injured workers, How did the Wagner Act help employees?: [m] Gave them the ability for the unions to negotiate about hours,wages and other conditons, What did the Fair Labor Standards Act do?: [m] Banned child labor, made a minimum wage and made workweek 44 hours
  • Chapter 12 Section 2 Quiz (6 words)
    Example: What is pump priming?: [m] Give people jobs by making public projects which stimulates the economy, What was the Social Security Act?: [m] Pension system for retirees and injured workers, How did the Wagner Act help employees?: [m] Gave them the ability for the unions to negotiate about hours,wages and other conditons, What did the Fair Labor Standards Act do?: [m] Banned child labor, made a minimum wage and made workweek 44 hours
  • Chapter 12 Section 2 Quiz (6 words)
    Example: What is pump priming?: [m] Give people jobs by making public projects which stimulates the economy, What was the Social Security Act?: [m] Pension system for retirees and injured workers, How did the Wagner Act help employees?: [m] Gave them the ability for the unions to negotiate about hours,wages and other conditons, What did the Fair Labor Standards Act do?: [m] Banned child labor, made a minimum wage and made workweek 44 hours
  • Chapter 12 Section 2 Quiz (6 words)
    Example: What is pump priming?: [m] Give people jobs by making public projects which stimulates the economy, What was the Social Security Act?: [m] Pension system for retirees and injured workers, How did the Wagner Act help employees?: [m] Gave them the ability for the unions to negotiate about hours,wages and other conditons, What did the Fair Labor Standards Act do?: [m] Banned child labor, made a minimum wage and made workweek 44 hours
  • Jamestown and Plymouth (6 words)
    Example: What are push and pull factors?: Factors that determine why someone moves from one place to another., Define ESPN.: Economic, Social, Politica, and Environmental., Which colony only sent 100 men and boys?: Jamestown, What is the name of the first representative government?: House of Burgesses
  • What Lead up to the French and Indian war? (7 words)
    There are many parrts to this so have your thinking cap on!
    Example: Who collected the taxes? 1 point: The tax colecters. 1 point, What was the British Paliment? 2 points: Great Britan's government. 2 points, Who were the colonists and what was a colonist? 4 points: The ordnary people beaing ruled by KIng George. 4 points, What did the colonist dod to the tax collecters? 5 points: The colonists would tar & feather and hang the tax collecters 5 points.
  • A Declaration of Independence (5 words)
    Quiz
    Example: How many pages of the pamphlet title "Common Sense" were published?: There were %0 pages in thte "Common Sense" pamphlet., Where was the pamphlet titled common sense published?: It was published in Philadepia , What was the impact of the Declaration of Independence?: The impact was that it gave the colonist rights and gave them more freedom. , Why is the list of grievances against the king an important part of the Declaration? : The king's actions shows the evidence of his unrightfulness and how he violated the rights of the colonists.
  • A Declaration of Independence (5 words)
    Quiz
    Example: How many pages of the pamphlet title "Common Sense" were published?: There were %0 pages in thte "Common Sense" pamphlet., Where was the pamphlet titled common sense published?: It was published in Philadepia , What was the impact of the Declaration of Independence?: The impact was that it gave the colonist rights and gave them more freedom. , Why is the list of grievances against the king an important part of the Declaration? : The king's actions shows the evidence of his unrightfulness and how he violated the rights of the colonists.
  • A Declaration of Independence (5 words)
    Quiz
    Example: How many pages of the pamphlet title "Common Sense" were published?: There were %0 pages in thte "Common Sense" pamphlet., Where was the pamphlet titled common sense published?: It was published in Philadepia , What was the impaact on the Declaration of Independence?: The impact was that it gave the colonist rights and gave them more freedom. , Why is the list of grievances against the king an important part of the Declaration? : The king's actions shows the evidence of his unrightfulness and how he violated the rights of the colonists.
  • j (4 words)
    Example: Marvel Comics introduces this superhero in March 1941: a, b, c, d
  • NAthan (4 words)
    Example: Father serra died on the El Camino Real: False, ddd: cc, ddd: dd, sss: gdf
  • Social Studies (7 words)
    hope you enjoy (MAYBE)
    Example: What is Prospect?: expectation;likely outcome, What is Cease?: to stop;to come to an end, What is Crisis?: turning point or deciding event in history, What is Alter?: to change in some way to make different
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  • prufa (6 words)
    Example: sdfasdf: eee, asdfasdf: rrrr, asdfasdf: rrrr, asdfsad: tttt
  • social studies midterm (13 words)
    Example: john locke argued that people have the natural rights of ________ _________ and life : liberty and property , __________ invented the printing press, franklin stove and bifocal glasses: ben franklin, who fought in the french and indian war : french , french colonists indians and spanish on one side and the british british colonists, indians on the other side , where was the french and indian war : north america near ohio river valley
  • social studies midterm (20 words)
    Example: the middle colonies consisted of delaware penn. _________ and __________: new york and new jersey , the middle colonies have ______ winters _______ soil and river valleys : shorter winters fertile soil , the middle colonies had _______ crops like corn : cash crops , the southern colonies consisted of virginia maryland south carolina _________ and _________: north carolina and georgia

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