Presidents' Nicknames

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1. Which president was known as "The Father of His Country"?
George Washington
Abraham Lincoln
Thomas Jefferson

2. President John Adams was known by which of the following nickname?
Sage of Montpelier
Atlas of Independence
The Last Cocked Hat

3. The nickname, "The Sage of Monticello" was given to which president?
James Monroe
John Tyler
Thomas Jefferson

4. The nicknames, "Bubba and Slick Wille" applies to which former president?
William McKinley
Bill Clinton
William H. Taft

5. William Howard Taft's nickname was which of the following?
Big Bill
Slick Willie
Great Engineer

6. The following two nicknames, "The Rough Rider and Trust-Buster" applies to which president?
Theodore Roosevelt
Grover Cleveland
Franklin D. Roosevelt

7. The nickname "The Schoolmaster" referred to which president?
Harry S. Truman
Woodrow Wilson
James Garfield

8. President Dwight David Eisenhower was known as of the following?
Old Soldier
Texan Ike
Ike

9. The nickname "Old Rough and Ready" applies to which of the following presidents?
Franklin Pierce
Martin Van Buren
Zachary Taylor

10. Select President Richard Nixon's nickname from the list below.
Tricky Dick
Dixie
Mr. N

11. The term "The New Dealer" applies to which president?
George Washington
Franklin D. Roosevelt
Ronald Reagan

12. The nickname "Dubya" refers to which president with a "W" in their name?
Warren Harding
William McKinley
George W. Bush

13. Select the following nickname that applies to President Ronald Reagan.
The Gipper
Ronny
RWR

14. The nickname, "The Great Emancipator" applies to which president?
George Washington
Abraham Lincoln
Warren Harding

15. The name "Idol of Ohio" refers to which following president?
Grover Cleveland
William Howard Taft
William McKinley

16. The nicknames, "Unconditional Surrender" and "Hero of Appomattox" belong to which president?
Ulysses S. Grant
William McKinley
George Washington

17. President James K. Polk was nicknamed the following?
Nice Guy
Old Hickory
Great Engineer

18. The following 3 nicknames, "The Bachelor President, Old Buck and Ten-Cent Jimmy" applies to which president?
James Buchanan
James Madison
James Monroe

19. Which president was known as the "Sage of Montpelier"?
George Washington
Thomas Jefferson
James Madison

20. Tippecanoe or ol' Tippecanoe refer to which president?
Andrew Johnson
William Henry Harrison
James Garfield

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