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What country did Toussaint L'ouverture create?
a) Hati b) France c) Louisiana d) Cuba
Who was the Indian woman who helped Lewis and Clark explore?
a) Tesketawa b) Tecumseh c) Pocahontas d) Sacagawea
Who discovered Pikes Peak?
a) Zebulon Pike b) Meriwether Lewis c) William Clark d) Thomas Pike
Who was the Native American leader from Ohio that tried to unite all the tribes together to defeat the American?
a) Geronimo b) Tecumseh c) Sacagawea d) Pocahontas
Who shot and killed Alexander Hamilton?
a) Thomas Jefferson b) Oliver Hazard Perry c) Francis Scott Key d) Aaron Burr
Who was the famous American Captain to win a victory against the Tripoli pirates?
a) Stephen Decatur b) Oliver Hazard Perry c) Francis Scott Key d) Andrew Jackson
Who was the American captain to defeat the British at the Battle of Lake Erie?
a) Stephen Decatur b) Andrew Jackson c) Oliver Hazard Perry d) Francis Scott Key
Who wrote the Star Spangled Banner?
a) Stephen Decatur b) Oliver Hazard Perry c) Francis Scott Key d) Andrew Jackson
Who were to two leaders of the expedition to explore the Louisiana Purchase?
a) Lewis and Clark b) Lewis and Pike c) Clark and Pike d) Pike and Burr
Who was the American General who beat the British in the Battle of New Orleans?
a) Stephen Decatur b) Oliver Hazard Perry c) Francis Scott Key d) Andrew Jackson
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