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ames Madison Trivia Quiz Questions and Answers

Trivia quiz questions with answers about James Madison.

 

ames Madison Trivia Quiz Questions and Answers

James Madison, Jr. was an American statesman, political theorist and the what?
A: Fourth President of the United States.

Madison is hailed as the "Father of the Constitution" for being instrumental in the drafting of the what?
A:  United States Constitution.

James Madison was the key champion and author of the what?
A: United States Bill of Rights.

Where was James Madison Jr. born?
A: Belle Grove Plantation near Port Conway, Virginia.

James Madison was a terrible public what?
A: Speaker.

When was James Madison born?
A: On March 16, 1751.

After the Constitution was developed by the convention in Philadelphia, Madison was a leader in what effort?
A: The ratification effort.

 

Madison was the oldest of how many children?
A: Twelve.

How many of James Jr.'s brothers died as infants?
A: Three.

 During the summer of 1775, James's sister Elizabeth and his brother Reuben died in what kind of epidemic?
A: Dysentery.

Who was James Madison's father?
A:  James Madison, Sr. was a tobacco planter.

Who was James Madison's mother?
A: Nelly Conway Madison, the daughter of a prominent planter and tobacco merchant.

At age 16, he began a two-year course of study under the Reverend Thomas Martin in preparation for what?
A: College.

In 1769, Madison enrolled at what school?
A: College of New Jersey, now Princeton University.

 

Madison helped found what society?
A: The American Whig Society.

In what language did Madison become fluent in?
A: Hebrew.

How tall was James Madison?
A: Five feet, four inches.

In May 1794, Madison asked their mutual friend Aaron Burr to arrange a meeting between himself and who?
A: Dolley Todd.

How much did James Madison weigh?
A: Never more than 100 pounds.

In October 1775 Madison was commissioned as the colonel of  what?
A: The Orange County militia.

During the American Revolutionary War, Madison served in the Virginia state legislature where he became known as a protégé of whom?
A: Thomas Jefferson.

 

Madison worked with Jefferson to draft the Virginia Statute for what?
A:  Religious Freedom, which was finally passed in 1786.

Madison persuaded Virginia to give up its claims to what?
A: The northwestern territories.

Madison was elected a second time to the Virginia what?
A: House of Delegates, serving from 1784 to 1786.

Partly at Madison's instigation, a what was called in 1787?
A: national convention.

During the course of the Convention of 1787, how many times did Madison speak?
A: Over two hundred times.

James Madison viewed black slaves as a what?
A:  "unfortunate race" and believed their true nature was both human and property.

Madison believed that slaves, as property, would be protected by what?
A: Both their masters and the government.

 

Madison wanted to be elected as what in the new government?
A: Senator.

On June 8, 1789, James Madison introduced a bill proposing amendments consisting of what?
A: What would become the bill of rights.

James Madison was first elected to the U.S. House of Representatives with what percentage of the vote?
A: 57.37% of the vote.

Madison was re-elected to the U.S. House of Representatives  with what percentage of the vote?
A: 97.79%.

In 1794, Madison was elected as a Fellow to what body?
A: The American Academy of Arts and Sciences.

How old was Madison when he married for the first time?
A: 43.

On September 15, 1794, who did James Madison marry?
A:  Dolley Payne Todd, a 26 year old widow.

Madison had no children, but after he married Dolley Todd he did what?
A: Adopted Todd's son John Payne Todd.