American History Trivia Quiz Questions with the Answers
The oldest what in America is still working and opened in 1829?
What did J Edgar Hoover call the home of disease bribery
The first 90 minute TV series shown in
1962 was what?
A: The Virginian.
Who was the first woman to graduate from West Point?
A: Andrea Hollen.
In World War II, what was unique about the U.S. 222
A: They were all Japanese or Hawaiian immigrants.
Chuck McKinley was the only American to do what in the 60s?
A: Win Wimbledon.
Rudolf the red nosed reindeer was invented in a
A: Montgomery Ward.
What is the oldest registered trade mark still used in the
A: Red Devil Underwood devilled ham.
What was the most common name given to girls in,
Who was the first woman to pose nude for sports
A: Cathy Rigby
Who was the first U.S. president to be sworn in by a woman?
A: Lyndon B Johnson – when JFK was killed
What state were both Crazy Horse and Sitting Bull born in?
A: South Dakota.
In 1971, what U.S.
space probe was the first to orbit
A: Mariner 9
In 1856, John C Freeman was the first
to run for what?
A: U.S. president
Who won the Super bowl in
A: New York Giants
The Crow Indian tribe was the tribe that the
army used the
most often use as what?
The oldest written plan of government in effect is in which
A: The United States of America.
What was Americas first organized sport?
A: Horse Racing in 1664.
What was the name of Barbie's first horse?
What was the name of the first woman to win an acting Emmy
in a science fiction series?
A: Lindsay Wagner for the Bionic Woman