whaT American history?
Those who know history can help prevent repeating it.
The most important event in American history that starts with the letter O is probably the Olympics.
Some of the seventh grade history questions are like: What impact did the discovery at Spindle Top have on Beaumont, Texas? or What are the four regions of America that the natives settled on? Answer: It caused economic growth and industries to grow in Texas. Answer: Great Plains, Coastal Plains, North Central Plains, Mountains and Basins These are actually just the easy ones...there is not really any hard history questions...
It happened before history was recorded
how about you do these unanswered questions?!? instead asking for help cuz everything i want is UNANSWERED! if i was smart i would really help but im not that's why im trying to study U.S. history but the one's that are answered are pretty good. nice website just need to answer or fix the unanswered questions. thanks though. The above answer would be an example of under confidence.
you research the topic, find useful info, and come to a educated conclusion.As my teacher always says, history is like solving a mystery
Joseph Ragusa has written: 'New type questions in American history' -- subject(s): Examinations, questions, History
American History X's film release was 119 minutes long. You can refer to IMDB.com with any movies questions.
John W. Crum has written: 'Advanced placement examination in American history' -- subject(s): Examinations, questions, History 'AP Exam in American History'
This isn't the most. Just the best. 1/1/2012 NE vs Buffalo 49 unanswered points 73
Andy Seamans has written: 'Who, what, when, where, why in the world of American history' -- subject(s): History, Miscellanea, Questions and answers
The 100 citizenship questions are not multiple choice. They ask you a question and you must give an answer. However, most of the questions are easy and if you know a little about American history then it shouldn't be hard.