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1. From which country did the USA purchase Alaska to make it the 50th federating State?
(A) Canada
(B) Britain
(C) Russia
(D) France

2. The American Civil War saw the end of
(A) Slavery
(B) Landlordism
(C) Monarchy
(D) Apartheid

3. In U.S.A. the President is elected by
(A) The Senate
(B) Universal Adult Franchise
(C) The House of Representatives
(D) The Congress

4. The declaration that Democracy is a Government of the people, by the people; for the people’ was made by
(A) George Washington
(B) Winston Churchill
(C) Abraham Lincoln
(D) Theodore Roosevelt

5. Pearl Harbour, where the American Pacific Fleet was stationed, was attacked by Japanese in
(A) 1935
(B) 1939
(C) 1941
(D) 1944

6. Who was the Chief Architect of the World Trade Centre. ’New York?
(A) Le Corbusier
(B) Minoru Yamasaki
(C) Edwin Lutyens
(D) Charles Correa

7. That all appointments made by the President and all treaties signed by him must be ratified by the Senate in U.S.A. indicates
(A) theory of separation of powers
(B) theory of checks and balances
(C) due process of law
(D) rule of law

8. Pearl Harbour, an American Naval and Airforce base was attacked by
(A) Germany
(B) Japan
(C) France
(D) England

9. Who was the American leader who led a non-violent movement to obtain full civil rights for American Negroes?
(A) Abraham Lincoln
(B) John F. Kennedy
(C) Martin Luther King
(D) George Washington

10. Who discovered America?
(A) Vasco-da Gama
(B) Columbus
(C) Captain Cook
(D) Amundsen

11. Which one of the following U.S. President visited China in 1972 for strengthening diplomatic ties?
(A) Richard Nixon
(B) George Bush (Senior)
(C) D Eisenhower
(D) J.F.Kennedy

12. The Declaration of American Independence was based on the theory of
(A) Civil Rights
(B) Moral Rights
(C) Legal Rights
(D) Natural Rights

13. Slash and burn agriculture is known as ‘Milpa’ in
(A) Venezuela
(B) Brazil
(C) Central Africa
(D) Mexico and Central America

14. Two – Party System is found in
(A) Russia
(B) U.S.A.
(C) India
(D) France

15. Which U.S. President announced the “New Deal” for economic recovery in the aftermath of the Great Depression?
(A) Abraham Lincoln
(B) Benjamin Franklin
(C) Roosevelt
(D) J.F. Kennedy

16. Which of the following is a wonder of the ancient world?
(A) The statue of Jupiter at Olympia
(B) The Colosseum of Rome
(C) The Leaning Tower of Pisa
(D) The Mosque at St. Sophia (Constantinople)

17. Which of the following is a name of US Parliament?
(A) Diet
(B) Senate
(C) Congress
(D) House of Commons

18. Which one of the following countries was first to establish a modern democracy?
(A) France
(B) England
(C) America
(D) India

19. America was recognize as a country in
(A) 1776
(B) 1777
(C) 1778
(D) 1779

20. Which battle was the turning point of American revaluation?
(A) Battle of Saratoga
(B) Battle of Quebec
(C) Battle of Berce’s Heights
(D) Battle of Alamo

21. The role played by the colonies in the war encourage them to raise in arms against
(A) France
(B) England
(C) America
(D) Spain

22. Who among the following was the father of the constitution?
(A) James Madison
(B) Patrick Henry
(C) Abraham Lincoln
(D) Jefferson

23. The major issues of the two parties debated concerned the inclusion of the
(A) Bill of rights
(B) Slavery rights
(C) Constitution rights
(D) Women’s Right

24. The political parties began to form during the struggle over the ratification of the federal constitution of
(A) 1783
(B) 1785
(C) 1787
(D) 1788

25. The federalist was led by secretary of state
(A) Alexander Homerton
(B) Thomas Jefferson
(C) F.D Roosevelt
(D) David John

26. The anti-federalist were led by secretory of state
(A) Thomas Jefferson
(B) James Madison
(C) Alexander Hamilton
(D) John Coulon

27. The federalist era was a period in American history from
(A) 1729-1802
(B) 1787-1801
(C) 1789-1801
(D) 1801-1806

28. The United States Constitution was written in
(A) 1777
(B) 1797
(C) 1787
(D) 1788

29. Who among the following feared strong central government?
(A) Thomas Jefferson
(B) Alexander Hamilton
(C) Andrew Jackson
(D) James Monroe

30. Who among the following disagreed with the religious reform?
(A) Andrew Jackson
(B) Alexander Hamilton
(C) Thomas Jefferson
(D) David James

31. The first continental congress 1774 was held in
(A) Ohio
(B) Philadelphia
(C) Texas
(D) New York

32. Who was the architect of the American constitution?
(A) Thomas Jefferson
(B) F.D Rossevelt
(C) Abraham Lincoln
(D) George Washington

33. The numbers of colonies during the American Revaluation was
(A) 12
(B) 13
(C) 15
(D) 16

34. The first American political party was
(A) Democratic party
(B) Federalist party
(C) Republican party
(D) The Whigs

35. The federalist party control the federal government until
(A) 1801
(B) 1803
(C) 1802
(D) 1804

36. The republican party was led by
(A) Thomas efferson
(B) Andrew Jackson
(C) Abraham Lincoln
(D) James manroe

37. The American war was followed by the 2nd continental congress in
(A) 1773
(B) 1774
(C) 1776
(D) 1775

38. The Boston tea party took place in the year
(A) 1773
(B) 1771
(C) 1734
(D) 1772

39. In the war of 1812 between 13 states of the US and the Great Britain; Britain set fire to the White House in
(A) April 1813
(B) August 1813
(C) August 1814
(D) April 1814

40. The Virginians tobacco was regulated to be exported only to England in
(A) 1605
(B) 1606
(C) 1607
(D) 1609

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41. Bury my heart at wounded knee was written by
(A) Dee Brown
(B) Hugh Brogan
(C) H.B.Parkes
(D) John Williams

42. The War of 1812 was fought in between

(A) June 1812-january 1814
(B) June 1812 – January 1815
(C) June 1814 – January 1816
(D) June 1812- January 1818

43. The War of the 1812 was the
(A) First war of independent
(B) second war of Independent
(C) second war of civil war
(D) Indian war

44. The President Madison signed a declaration of war against Britain on
(A) June 18,1812
(B) June 19,1812
(C) July 20, 1812
(D) August 18,1813

45. The Monroe doctrine was a U.S foreign policy regarding domination of the Americas in
(A) 1820
(B) 1823
(C) 1825
(D) 1828

46. President James Monroe first stated the doctrine during his
(A) 6th Annual congress
(B) 7th Annual congress
(C) 8th Annual congress
(D) 2nd annual congress

47. The term ‘Monroe’s Doctrine’ itself was coined in
(A) 1847
(B) 1850
(C) 1852
(D) 1853

48. Who among the following was British foreign minister to the U.S during signing the Monroe Doctrine?
(A) John Quincey
(B) Gorge Canning
(C) James K.Polk
(D) Robert Brown

49. Christopher Columbus landed in American in the year
(A) 1440
(B) 1419
(C) 1492
(D) 1994

50. George Washington belong to the state of
(A) Virginia
(B) Kentakey
(C) New York
(D) Philladelphia