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War of 1812: Quiz

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Question 1:
Where did War of 1812 take place?
Eastern and Central North America, Atlantic, Pacific and Indian Oceans
Near East
Near Heliopolis, Egypt
Vimy, Pas-de-Calais, France

Question 2: Many British whaling ships carried ________ allowing them to prey on American whalers, and nearly destroyed the industry.
Facing the FlagPrivateerPiracyLetter of marque

Question 3: Governor-in-chief of British North America Sir ________ had written to the Admirals in Bermuda, calling for retaliation for the American sacking of York (now Toronto).
John Coape SherbrookeJohn Colborne, 1st Baron SeatonGeorge PrévostGordon Drummond

Question 4:
Which of the following was a combatant in the War of 1812?
* Australian* New Zealandn* United Kingdom
United Kingdom
Baku Communen United Kingdom
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland

Question 5: national anthem, ________.
O CanadaThe Star-Spangled BannerLa MarseillaiseGod Save the Queen

Question 6:
Who was a commander in the War of 1812?
Count Maximilian Ulysses Browne
Jacob Brown
Jacob Smith
Gordon Brown

Question 7: The Delaware River and ________ were declared in a state of blockade on December 26, 1812.
Chesapeake BayDelmarva PeninsulaAllegheny MountainsBlue Ridge Mountains

Question 8: (1990) The War of 1812: The Forgotten Conflict ________: University of Illinois Press.
Urbana, IllinoisChampaign, IllinoisBloomington, IllinoisChampaign County, Illinois

Question 9: During the ensuing winter, a Canadian party under Lieutenant Colonel Robert McDouall established a new supply line from York to Nottawasaga Bay on ________.
Manitoulin IslandGeorgian BaySimcoe County, OntarioOntario

Question 10: What does the following picture show?

  An artist's rendering of the battle at Fort McHenry, where Francis Scott Key was inspired to write "The Star-Spangled Banner".
  An artist's rendering of the battle at Fort McHenry, where Francis Scott Key was inspired to write "The Star-Spangled Banner".
  Oliver Hazard Perry's message to William Henry Harrison after the Battle of Lake Erie began with what would become one of the most famous sentences in American military history: "We have met the enemy and they are ours." This 1865 painting by William H. Powell shows Perry transferring to a different ship during the battle.
  An artist's rendering of the battle at Fort McHenry, where Francis Scott Key was inspired to write "The Star-Spangled Banner".







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