How Much Do You Know About Andrew Jackson?

How Much Do You Know About Old Hickory?
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What was Jackson's home state?
Georgia
Tennessee
Virginia
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Andrew Jackson became a national figure following which event?
Battle of New Orleans
Revolutionary War
Declaration of Independence
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In Jackson's second term, he became embroiled in a controversy surrounding his handling of:
The Supreme Court
The Bank of the United States
The Secretary of War
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Jackson's home was known as:
Monticello
Raven's Nest
Hermitage
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Jackson's vice-president, with whom he had a long-running disagreement, was:
John C. Calhoun
Henry Clay
Martin Van Buren
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Jackson lost the election of 1824, in spite of having more popular votes than the other candidates. Who won that disputed election?
Henry Clay
John Quincy Adams
James Monroe
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Andrew Jackson had a pet for many years, and the pet was allowed to attend Jackson's funeral. What was the pet?
A rabbit
A parrot
A weasel
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One of the more controversial decisions Jackson made as president was to forcibly remove the Southeastern Indians. They were taken to what became Oklahoma, and their route was known as:
The Trail of Tears
The March of Sorrows
The Long Walk
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Jackson is rather notorious among presidents for having done this and for having done it many times:
Fathered illegitimate children
Stolen money
Fought duels
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With what political party was Jackson associated?
Republicans
Democrats
Whigs
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Jackson was heartbroken when his wife died suddenly shortly after he was elected in 1828. What was her name?
Rachel
Anna
Helen
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Jackson did a lot of fighting in his life. Which war was he NOT a part of?
American Revolution
War of 1812
Civil War
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He will not tolerate this insult to his honor! You will meet at dawn on the riverbank. Bring the mother-of-pearl handled dueling pistols.

C+, Look Out! Jackson Challenges You To A Duel!

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Old Hickory may ask you to be a part of his cabinet! You really know your stuff!

B+, You're A Regular Jacksonian!

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Jackson would be proud! YOU may be put on the twenty dollar bill! You really know your presidential history!

A+, Just Move Right Into The White House!

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1
What was Jackson's home state?
Georgia
Tennessee
Virginia
2
Andrew Jackson became a national figure following which event?
Battle of New Orleans
Revolutionary War
Declaration of Independence
3
In Jackson's second term, he became embroiled in a controversy surrounding his handling of:
The Supreme Court
The Bank of the United States
The Secretary of War
4
Jackson's home was known as:
Monticello
Raven's Nest
Hermitage
5
Jackson's vice-president, with whom he had a long-running disagreement, was:
John C. Calhoun
Henry Clay
Martin Van Buren
6
Jackson lost the election of 1824, in spite of having more popular votes than the other candidates. Who won that disputed election?
Henry Clay
John Quincy Adams
James Monroe
7
Andrew Jackson had a pet for many years, and the pet was allowed to attend Jackson's funeral. What was the pet?
A rabbit
A parrot
A weasel
8
One of the more controversial decisions Jackson made as president was to forcibly remove the Southeastern Indians. They were taken to what became Oklahoma, and their route was known as:
The Trail of Tears
The March of Sorrows
The Long Walk
9
Jackson is rather notorious among presidents for having done this and for having done it many times:
Fathered illegitimate children
Stolen money
Fought duels
10
With what political party was Jackson associated?
Republicans
Democrats
Whigs
11
Jackson was heartbroken when his wife died suddenly shortly after he was elected in 1828. What was her name?
Rachel
Anna
Helen
12
Jackson did a lot of fighting in his life. Which war was he NOT a part of?
American Revolution
War of 1812
Civil War