Quiz Me! - People Who are the most influential figures in American history?Find out right here! Learn about them all by eras of history. 1 / 10 This notable woman was the first woman awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for her work promoting the rights of children, African Americans, and women and her work in the peace movement during World War I. Jane Addams Alice Paul Ida B. Wells Carrie Chapman Catt 2 / 10 This Congressional Medal of Honor recipient received this award for his bravery during World War I, although originally, he was a pacifist. Vernon Baker Alvin York John J. Pershing Alfred Thayer Mahan 3 / 10 Due to his knowledge of submarines, Chester Nimitz was a leading Naval authority. Which of the following is also associated with Nimitz? He represented the United States when Japan surrendered He eventually became President of the United States He was instrumental in the success of the Berlin Airlift He graduated with top honors from West Point 4 / 10 As the thirty-fourth President of the United States, Dwight D. Eisenhower established which of the following? Social Security Interstate Highway System United Nations North American Free Trade Agreement 5 / 10 In her 1963 book, The Feminie Mystique, Betty Friedan attributed her views on the the plight of women to Women being judged on the merits of their husband and children rather than themselves The inclusion of women as equal employees in the work environment The passing of the Equal Rights Amendment in the United States An abundance of women elected throughout the United States to political offices 6 / 10 This president proposed the League of Nations after World War I although the United States never joined. However, he won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1920 for his efforts. Grover Cleveland Woodrow Wilson Theodore Roosevelt William McKinley 7 / 10 This radical leader of the opposition to British tyranny is known for his quote, which includes, “give me liberty, or give me death!” Patirick Henry Marquis de Lafayette James Otis Crispus Attucks 8 / 10 Who was the Founding Father that defended, in court, the British soldiers accused in the Boston Massacre? John Adams Alexander Hamilton Samual Adams Aaron Burr 9 / 10 Following the overthrow of the monarch of the kingdom of Hawaii, this notable person was named President of the Provisional Government of the Republic of Hawaii. John Dole General John J. Pershing Sanford Dole Henry Cabot Lodge, Sr. 10 / 10 President Bill Clinton was the second U.S. President to be impeached by the House of Representatives. Which of the following is an outcome from his impeachment process? His popularity plunged and he resigned from office He was acquitted by the United States Senate He returned to Arkansas and ran for governor He was found guilty and removed from office Your score is Try another 10!