Abraham Lincoln QUIZ
Abraham Lincoln interactive online quiz for kids
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Abraham Lincoln; an interactive online quiz about former US President. In this quiz children, school kids, students, teachers and seniors, will ltest knowledge about his achievements during his presidency as well as his political career. This quiz is a Multiple choice question quiz with answers. Children, school kids, students, teachers can have fun while reviewing some skills in social studies. Have fun and learn with Abraham Lincoln quiz for kids. This exercise is relevant for children who are in the, 3rd Grade,4th grade,5th grade,6th grade,7th grade right up to 8th grade. Read more below
When was Abraham Lincoln born?
February 12, 1809
March 16, 1808
February 22, 1812
March 1, 1810
What college did Abraham Lincoln attend?
William & Mary
None of the above
Abraham Lincoln was the first U.S. President born outside of the original 13 colonies.
Abraham was elected to the Illinois state legislature in what year?
Lincoln was elected to the U.S. House of Representatives as a Whig candidate. What party nominated Lincoln as a presidential candidate?
None of the above
One of Abraham Lincoln's famous speeches is referred to as the "House Divided" speech. What topic does that speech address?
U.S. political parties
Admission of new states into the Union
Slavery and its effects on the republic
Debates in the U.S. House of Representatives
Before his inauguration in March 1861, several states from the South had already seceded from the Union.
Lincoln's Emancipation Proclamation freed slaves in all Union states.
Lincoln wrote these words: "That this nation, under God, shall have a new birth of freedom—and that government of the people, by the people, for the people, shall not perish from the earth."
Who assassinated Abraham Lincoln?
John Wilkes Booth
Ward Hill Lamon
James D. Bulloch
Lincoln was the first U.S. President to be assassinated.
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Lincoln awoke the morning of April 14 in a pleasant mood. Robert E. Lee had surrendered several days before to Ulysses Grant, and now Lincoln was awaiting word from North Carolina on the surrender of Joseph E. Johnston. The morning papers carried the announcement that the president and his wife would be attending the comedy, Our American Cousin, at Ford's Theater that evening with General Grant and his wife.
At 11 that morning, Lincoln held a meeting with Grant and the Cabinet. After the meeting broke up, Grant gave his regrets that he and his wife could no longer attend the play that evening. Secretary of War Edwin Stanton pleaded with the president not to go out at night, fearful that some rebel might try to shoot him in the street. At lunch he told his wife the news about the Grants, and that he was reluctant to go. Pressing him to maintain their announced plans, they asked Major Henry Rathbone and his fiancee, Clara Harris, to join them.
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After an afternoon carriage ride and dinner, Mary complained of a headache and considered not going after all. Lincoln commented that he was feeling a bit tired himself, but he needed a laugh and was intent on going with or without her. She relented. He made a quick trip to the War Department with his body guard, William Crook, but there was no news from North Carolina. While returning to pick up Mary, Crook ;almost begged; Lincoln not to go to the theater. He then asked if he could go along as an extra guard. Lincoln rejected both suggestions, shrugging off Crook's fears of assassination. Lincoln knew that a guard would be posted outside their ;state box; at the theater.
Arriving after the play had started, the two couples swept up the stairs and into their seats.
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The box door was closed, but not locked. As the play progressed, police guard John Parker, a notorious drinker, left his post in the hallway leading to the box and went across the street for a drink. During the third act, the President and Mrs. Lincoln drew closer together, holding hands while enjoying the play. Behind them, the door opened and a man stepped into the box. Pointing a derringer at the back of Lincoln's head, he pulled the trigger. Mary reached out to her slumping husband and began shrieking. Now wielding a dagger, the man yelled, "Sic semper tyrannis!" ("Thus always to tyrants"), slashed Rathbone's arm open to the bone, and then leapt from the box. Catching his spur in a flag, he crashed to the stage, breaking his left shin in the fall. Rathbone and Harris both yelled for someone to stop him, but he escaped out the back stage door.
An unconscious Lincoln was carried across the street to the Petersen House and into the room of a War Department clerk. The bullet had entered behind the left ear and ripped a path through the left side of his brain, mortally wounding him. He died the next morning.