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 Sanford Dole played a large role in the annexation of Hawaii by the United States of America in 1898. Which of the following is associated with his influence? Public lands were sold to the United States. The US agreed to pay the national debt of both the KIngdom and the Republic of Hawaii. The US agreed to pay the national debt of the Kingdom of Hawaii. He nominated his cousin John to become Hawaii’s first territorial governor. 2 / 10 Who was the first person of Puerto Rican descent to serve as a United States Supreme Court Justice? Henry Bonilla Delores Huerta Ellen Ochoa Sonia Sotomayor 3 / 10 Patrick Henry became a harsh critic of the Constitution, even calling for a new constitutional convention. As someone who fought against ratification, he was considered to be: An Anti-Federalist An Abolitionist A Federalist A Founding Father 4 / 10 Delores Huerta saw the hunger and poverty associated with immigrant workers and their children. As a result she Continued her work as a teacher Worked to limit the power of collective bargaining rights Chaired the 1972 Republican National Convention Directed the national grape boycott 5 / 10 This English philosopher argued for a new relationship between civil government and religion. His ideas formed one basis of the First Amendment, which prevented the establishment of a national religion and protected an absolute freedom of belief. Thomas Paine John Witherspoon Thomas Hobbes John Locke 6 / 10 When this Confederate General died, Robert E. Lee was quoted as saying, “I have lost my right arm.”. William Tecumseh Sherman Thomas “Stonewall” Jackson John Bell Hood Ulysses S. Grant 7 / 10 This militant suffragist alienated some suffragists with more moderate views by actions such as burning President Woodrow Wilson’s speeches, a daily picket in front of the White House and beginning a H unger strike while she was in jail for a peaceful march for Women’s suffrage. Alice Paul Carrie Chapman Catt Elizabeth Cady Stanton Susan B. Anthony 8 / 10 He rewrote the Preamble to the Constitution to read “We the People” instead of “We the States.” Thomas Jefferson George Mason Alexander Hamilton Gouverneur Morris 9 / 10 Sandra Day O’Connor was often the swing vote during her tenure as a Supreme Court Justice. She developed a test to determine violations of the Establishment Clause. This test was called The Federalism Test The Establishment Test The Endorsement Test The Commerce Power Test 10 / 10 Thomas Hooker believed in the principle of equality for all mankind and favored the vote for all men, regardless of any religious or property qualifications. What document did he help adopt in 1639? English Bill of Rights Mayflower Compact The Frame of Government of Pennsylvania Fundamental Orders of Connecticut Your score is Try another 10!