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Assassination of Abraham Lincoln: Quiz

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Question 1: He later negotiated the ________, then known as Seward's Folly, by which the United States purchased Alaska from Russia in 1867.
William H. SewardEduard de StoecklAlaska PurchaseRussian America

Question 2: This caused the First Lady ________ some concern as she believed that saying such things out loud was bad luck.
Abigail AdamsNancy ReaganEleanor RooseveltMary Todd Lincoln

Question 3: After Lincoln's death, ________ called him, "Incontestably the greatest man I ever knew".
Ulysses S. GrantDwight D. EisenhowerTheodore RooseveltAbraham Lincoln

Question 4: on April 19, 1865,[76] and as his body was transported 1,700 miles (2,700 km) through New York to ________.
Sangamon County, IllinoisSpringfield, IllinoisSalisbury Township, Sangamon County, IllinoisLanesville Township, Sangamon County, Illinois

Question 5: The ________ in Washington, D.C., was opened in 1922.
White HouseNational MallAbraham Lincoln (1920 statue)Lincoln Memorial

Question 6: Hugh McCulloch, the new ________, remarked on that morning: "I never saw Mr.
George P. ShultzLloyd BentsenGeorge B. CortelyouUnited States Secretary of the Treasury

Question 7: Doctors improvised a jaw splint to repair his jaw, and on the night of the assassination he was still restricted to bed at his home in Lafayette Park in Washington, not too far from the ________.
Old Executive Office BuildingWashington, D.C.White HouseUnited States Capitol

Question 8: Over a century after the assassination, Presidents ________ and Ronald Reagan both wrote letters to Richard Mudd agreeing that his grandfather committed no crime.
Jimmy CarterHarry S. TrumanJohn F. KennedyLyndon B. Johnson

Question 9: [79] ________ was sworn in as President following Lincoln's death.
Abraham LincolnAndrew JohnsonTheodore RooseveltBill Brock

Question 10: According to ________, one of the friends who was present for the conversation, the president said: "About ten days ago, I retired very late.
Springfield, IllinoisAbraham LincolnWashington, D.C.Ward Hill Lamon







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