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Seventh Grade (Grade 7) US History Questions

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Grade 7 American Revolution
Thomas Paine was the editor of which colonial magazine?
  1. the Pennsylvania Magazine
  2. the New England Courant
  3. the Massachusetts Spy
  4. the National Gazette
Grade 7 Colonial Period
What founding document was influenced by the Mayflower Compact?
  1. Magna Carta
  2. U.S. Constitution
  3. U.N. Declaration of Human Rights
  4. Virginia Declaration of Rights
Grade 7 Early National Era
The result of Shays' Rebellion was
  1. it showed how well the Articles of Confederation worked.
  2. it shocked Congress into calling for the Constitutional Convention.
  3. it proved how strong the army was.
Grade 7 The Presidents
Who was the only president to never have lived in the White House?
  1. Thomas Jefferson
  2. Ben Franklin
  3. George Washington
  4. Abraham Lincoln
Grade 7 American Revolution
Grade 7 Colonial Period
Grade 7 Formation of the USA
Which was the first state to ratify the Constitution?
  1. Virginia
  2. Delaware
  3. Maryland
  4. Massachusetts
Grade 7 Formation of the USA
Grade 7 Civil War
Grade 7 American Revolution
Thomas Paine wrote which influential pamphlet?
  1. Plain Truth
  2. Common Sense
  3. the Federalist Papers
  4. Declaration of the Rights of Man
Grade 7 Formation of the USA
Grade 7 Early National Era
Fear of French sympathizers endangering national security lead the passage of which laws?
  1. Intolerable Acts
  2. Impressment Acts
  3. Alien and Sedition Acts
  4. Acts of the First Coalition
Grade 7 Civil War
Why were Sherman's peace terms rejected by Secretary of War Edwin Stanton?
  1. They required the Union to pay for the damages caused by the March to the Sea.
  2. The allowed plantation owners to keep their slaves.
  3. They allowed some states to say out of the Union.
  4. They were seen as too lenient on the South.
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