Let's get ready for the Spring Tournament Week 1

PLAY CHALLENGE AND DATE DUEL!
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Which came first: the Constitution is signed or the Bill of Rights is ratified?
1787: Constitution
1791: Bill of Rights

Just remember that the Bill of Rights amended or changed the Constitution -- so the Constitution had to come first!
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Did the Revolutionary War begin before or after the Boston Tea Party?

1770: Boston Massacre
1773: Boston Tea Party
1775: Revolutionary War begins

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Which Harriet wrote the anti-slavery book "Uncle Tom's Cabin"?
Which one of these was a Vice President?
Samuel Adams was NEVER a President or a Vice President.

John Adams was both. First he was Vice President for George Washington. Then he was the 2nd President. Later, his son, John Quincy Adams, was President.
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Was Benjamin Franklin ever a President or Vice President?
Benjamin Franklin was 81 years old when the Constitution was signed (he was the oldest person to sign it) so he was too old to be President or Vice President.
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Who gave the "Ain't I A Woman?" speech about equal rights for women and African Americans?
Which one of these was a Vice President?
Aaron Burr was Thomas Jefferson's Vice President. When he was Vice President, he killed Alexander Hamilton in a duel.

Alexander Hamilton was the 1st Secretary of Treasury, but he was never President or Vice President.
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Which came FIRST: The French and Indian War Ends or the War of 1812 ends?
The French and Indian War was WAY before the War of 1812. It ended in 1763. The War of 1812 began in 1812 and ended in 1814.
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Which came FIRST: The War of 1812 ends or the Mexican-American War ends?
1814: War of 1812 ends
1848: Mexican-American War ends
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Which came LAST: The Gadsden Purchase was finalized or Congress approves the annexation of Texas?
1845: Congress approves the annexation of Texas
1854: Gadsden Purchase

The Gadsden Purchase is a funny name. It is when the U.S. acquired land from Mexico that is now part of New Mexico and Arizona.
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