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Fourth Grade (Grade 4) US History Questions

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Grade 4 :: Colonial Period by jct2925
What part of North America did the Pilgrims land?
  1. North Carolina
  2. Massachusetts
  3. California
  4. Illinois
Grade 4 :: Colonial Period by TracieMoore
What important document promised all Christians they could worship freely?
  1. Cool Christian Act
  2. Tolerance Act
  3. Declaration of Independence
  4. Articles of the Confederacy
Grade 4 :: Colonial Period by TracieMoore
Grade 4 :: Colonial Period by TracieMoore
Where did the Jamestown colonists settle?
  1. Massachusetts
  2. Ohio
  3. Virginia
  4. Florida
Grade 4 :: Colonial Period by TracieMoore
The name of the colony that disappeared
  1. Manhattan Bay Colony
  2. Jamestown
  3. Roanoke
  4. Salem
Grade 4 :: Colonial Period by christinahanselman
Grade 4 :: Colonial Period by TracieMoore
Grade 4 :: Colonial Period by TracieMoore
Grade 4 :: Colonial Period by TracieMoore
Why did the Pilgrims and the Puritans come to the New World?
  1. To make lots of money
  2. To see what the land looked like
  3. To climb a mountain
  4. To have religious freedom
Grade 4 :: Civil War by KAskew5
Who was the President of the U.S. during the Civil War?
  1. Thomas Jefferson
  2. Abraham Lincoln
  3. George Washington
Grade 4 :: Pre-Colonial Period by jmv7680
Who was the Spanish explorer who sailed from Cuba to the coast of Florida?
  1. Robert LaSalle
  2. Hernando DeSoto
  3. Jacques Cartier
  4. Christopher Columbus
Grade 4 :: Colonial Period by christinahanselman
What was the most important geographical feature of the New England region?
  1. Hudson Bay
  2. Boston Harbor
  3. Appalachian Mountains
  4. Farmlands
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