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Presidential Nicknames Quiz

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What American president was known by the nickname Tippecanoe because he won a battle of that same name?
James Madison
Andrew Jackson
Calvin Coolidge
William Henry Harrison

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"Mr. Nice Guy" was the nickname of what American president who was also known for his success as a college football athlete?
Franklin Delano Roosevelt
Rutherford B. Hayes
Ronald Reagan
Gerald Ford

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The insulting nickname "The Human Iceberg" was attached to what man who was the 23rd President of the United States?
Benjamin Harrison
William H. Taft
Theodore Roosevelt
Ulysses S. Grant

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The nickname "Dubyah" is commonly attached to what American president?
George H. W. Bush
George W. Bush
Woodrow Wilson
George Washington

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What American president is often called "The Father of the Constitution"?
Thomas Jefferson
James Madison
George Washington
Abraham Lincoln

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What man is known as "The Bachelor President" because he was single throughout his entire life?
James Buchanan
Abraham Lincoln
Chester A. Arthur
Warren G. Harding

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What American president was commonly called "Jack" even though that was not his legal or professional name?
John F. Kennedy
Martin Van Buren
Andrew Johnson
Ronald Reagan

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What American president was so famous for speaking little that he had a common nickname of "Silent"?
Calvin Coolidge
Millard Fillmore
Ulysses S. Grant
Dwight Eisenhower

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What American president is known as "The Trust-Buster" because they increased regulations against corporate monopolies?
Andrew Johnson
James K. Polk
Theodore Roosevelt
William H. Taft

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What American president was known as "Sink or Swim" because of a famous speech that he made about his loyalties to the U.S.A.?
John Adams
Thomas Jefferson
Chester A. Arthur
Lyndon B. Johnson

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"The Great Emancipator" is a nickname commonly attached to what American president?
Martin Van Buren
Ulysses S. Grant
Abraham Lincoln
Jamed Madison

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"Uncle Jumbo" was a nickname that became attached to what American president?
Harry S. Truman
William McKinley
James Monroe
Grover Cleveland

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What president was widely called "Sleepy" by his detractors?
Bill Clinton
Joe Biden
Jimmy Carter
Franklin Delano Roosevelt

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What American president is known as "The Peanut Farmer President" because they ran such a farm before being elected?
John Quincy Adams
Warren G. Harding
Jimmy Carter
Bill Clinton

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What American president was called "Landslide" both ironically and unironically?
Lyndon B. Johnson
John F. Kennedy
Harry S. Truman
Herbert Hoover

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What American president is often called "The Father of the Country"?
Presidential Nicknames Quiz
John Quincy Adams
George Washington
Andrew Jackson
John Tyler

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"His Accidency" was a nickname that opponents of which president attached to him?
John Tyler
Woodrow Wilson
Franklin Delano Roosevelt
James Polk

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On a similar note, what American president was often called "His Fraudulency" because his presidency was secured through the Compromise of 1877?
Andrew Jackson
Grover Cleveland
Rutherford B. Hayes
Abraham Lincoln

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What American president was often called "The Great Communicator"?
James Garfield
Theodore Roosevelt
Jimmy Carter
Ronald Reagan

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"Old Rough and Ready" is a title that was attached to what American president noted for his military leadership during the first half of the Mexican-American War?
Grover Cleveland
Zachary Taylor
Andrew Jackson
Millard Fillmore

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The relatively simple nickname of "Ike" was commonly used to refer to what American president?
Herbert Hoover
Franklin Pierce
Dwight Eisenhower
Martin Van Buren

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Thomas Jefferson was sometimes called "The Sage" of what famous property which served as his home for much of his professional life?
Mount Vernon
Monticello
Faulton Ridge
King's Point

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What American military leader and President of the United States was often called "Uncle Sam"?
Ulysses S. Grant
Franklin Pierce
William McKinley
James Garfield

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"Tricky Dick" is a famous nickname for what President of the United States?
James Monroe
William McKinley
Richard Nixon
John Quincy Adams

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"Old Hickory" was a common nickname for what president?
John Tyler
Andrew Jackson
Franklin Pierce
Benjamin Harrison

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"The Gentleman Boss" was the nickname of what president in reference to his days as a Republican political kingpin in New York?
Warren G. Harding
James Garfield
Chester A. Arthur
Martin Van Buren

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What President of the United States was known by the nickname "Slick Willie"?
George H. W. Bush
William McKinley
Bill Clinton
Woodrow Wilson

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What American president was called "The Schoolmaster" because of his career as an academic before running for office?
Andrew Johnson
Woodrow Wilson
William Henry Harrison
William H. Taft

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What American president was called "Napoleon of the Stump"?
James Polk
Herbert Hoover
Calvin Coolidge
James Garfield

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Opponents of what American president called him "The Mistletoe Politician" because they believed he was a parasite on the American government?
George H. W. Bush
Warren G. Harding
Martin Van Buren
John Quincy Adams

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