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    Was Buddhism founded in Japan? Does the Jamaican plantation system still flourish today? From Canada to the papacy, sort fact from fiction in this history quiz.

    Was Nikita Khrushchev a tsar of Russia? Sort fact from fiction in this quiz of history makers. Take the quiz.

    Was aluminum once more valuable than gold? Did Native American people actually bury hatchets when making peace? Uncover the facts—and bury the fiction—in this history quiz. Take the quiz.

    What famous document did Abraham Lincoln write? Thomas Jefferson? From the earliest known system of laws to The Communist Manifesto, test your knowledge of famous documents in this quiz. Take the quiz.

    From Great Britain and the Easter Rising of 1916 to Texas’s struggle for independence from Mexico, test your knowledge of countries, states, and freedom with this quiz. Take the quiz.

    Who was the original Edsel? When did a U.S. president first appear on TV? And why did Sequoyah have a tree named after him? Go back in time for the all-American answers. Take the quiz.

    Was Alaska once ruled by a king? Has an amendment to the U.S. Constitution ever been repealed? Earn your stars and stripes in this quiz of American history. Take the quiz.

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