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The Eleanor Roosevelt Quiz will test your knowledge of the famed activist, first lady and journalist with regard to her personal and professional lives. The Eleanor Roosevelt Quiz questions are creatively compiled so you can gauge fully how much you know about this interesting woman.
1. In what city was Eleanor Roosevelt born?
a.Washington, D.C.
b.New York, NY
c.Los Angeles, Ca.
d.San Francisco, Ca.
2. On what holiday did Eleanor Roosevelt and Franklin Roosevelt get married?
a.St. Patrick's Day
b.Valentine's Day
d.New Year's Day
3. Eleanor Roosevelt and Franklin Roosevelt were related. What was their relationship?
a.He was her uncle by marriage
b.They were third cousins
c.They were first cousins
d.They were fifth cousins, once removed
4. How tall was Eleanor Roosevelt?
5. While first lady, Eleanor Roosevelt was particularly vocal about what cause?
a.The Civil Rights movement
b.Public education
c.Animal rights
d.Registering voters
6. Eleanor Roosevelt was an accomplished ________.
d.Polo player
7. What famous Simon and Garfunkel song was about Eleanor Roosevelt?
a."April Come She Will"
b."Mrs. Robinson"
c."Old Friends"
8. Eleanor Roosevelt was one of ____ children.
9. It's believed that Eleanor Roosevelt had extramarital affairs with both men and women.
10. When opera singer Marian Anderson was refused permission to sing at Constitution Hall because she was African American, where did Eleanor Roosevelt arrange for her to sing instead?
a.The White House
b.The Lincoln Memorial
c.Hollywood Bowl
d.The Liberty Bell
11. What was the name of the house Eleanor Roosevelt lived in after her husband's death?
b.The Mangoes
c.Hyde Park
d.Tiny White House
12. Eleanor Roosevelt opposed the Equal Rights Amendment.
13. What was the name of the newspaper column Eleanor Roosevelt began writing in 1935?
a."My Life"
b."Life in Vogue"
c."My Day"
14. Which former president's ghost did Eleanor Roosevelt claim she saw in the White House?
a.Abraham Lincoln
b.George Washington
c.John Adams
d.James Buchanan
15. What was the cause of Eleanor Roosevelt's death?
a.Cranial hemorrhage
b.Bone marrow tuberculosis
c.Heart disease
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  Eleanor Roosevelt was an inspration to all an should be know as a true hero.
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  she is cool
By: Cory Jensen on Mar 23, 2010
  I believe that Eleanore Roosebvelt was an amazing women. She taught the world many things and that women can stand up for themselves. She is someone to be admired, and her works should always be looked upon.
By: hope on Mar 23, 2010
  Eleanor may not have been stunning like her mother, but her inner beauty greatly outshines that of almost anyone I know, even to this day.
By: Peyton Henderson on Mar 23, 2010
  Eleanor Roosevelt was an extrodinary woman. She is a great role model for everyone to have. she impacted history so great because she followed what she believed in and never gave up.
By: hailey on Mar 23, 2010
  eleanor was a very educated women.and said what she felt
By: Alex on Mar 23, 2010
  Eleanor Roosevelt lived a rough life as a child. Her dad was an alcoholic and her mother was a cruel and cold person.
By: Emily M. on Mar 23, 2010
  Eleanor Roosevelt was a great american woman. She stood up for human rights and served as the us representative in the united nations for eight years. Roosevelt was also the first First lady to carry a pistol!
By: Brooke on Mar 23, 2010
  Eleanor is a very inspirational woman for all.
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  Eleanor Roosevelt was a great lady, she stood up for what she believed in, and never gave up on what she believed!
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  Eleanor Roosevelt had another brother who died before he was two years old.
By: Megan Oehrli on Mar 23, 2010
  Eleanor Roosevelt was a great lady that helped make the world a better place [=
By: tom montrose on May 16, 2009
  one of the greatest first ladies of our time. worked tiresly for the poor.
By: carl on Mar 26, 2009
  she is a bright and fascinating woman
By: Lindsey on Mar 26, 2009
  she was wonderus in the many things that she did. she spoke her mind.
By: Cynthia Thompson on Mar 26, 2009
  I think that she was a very good person.
By: Kasey Garcia on Mar 26, 2009
  i like eleanor roosevelt because she is strong, also she has the heart to stick to what she is going to do. she inspires me to want to do more than just watch.
By: Devon Willis on Mar 26, 2009
  She was sweet. She got to meet Hellen Keller. I wish I could Meet Hellen Keller.
By: LaTasha on Mar 26, 2009
  Eleanor was a great women leader and I am proud to say that she was a hero of America!
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  Eleanor was a smart and important lady of our country.
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  She went to school by london france and she had to speak french.
By: Marissa on Mar 26, 2009
  Eleanor was a great woman and a perfect role model for everyone to follow.
By: jacob on Mar 26, 2009
  she seem like she was a very smart and knew what she was doing
By: Brittany S. on Mar 26, 2009
  Eleanor Roosevelt was a amazing lady. and i am very jealous that she got to meet Helen Keller. :]
By: Emily on Mar 26, 2009
  Eleanor was a wonderful kind woman. She was very independent and stood up for what she believed in.
By: unknown on Mar 26, 2009
  she was a very nice lady
By: Jillian on Mar 26, 2009
  She really was a great mark on history
By: Yuki on Mar 26, 2009
  she is an amazingly ambitious women who works hard for her goals and is very driven.
By: Jenna on Mar 26, 2009
  She was an amazing person.
By: Emily on Mar 26, 2009
  Eleanor Roosevelt helped the USA in many ways.
By: Bethany on Mar 26, 2009
  Eleanor Roosevelt was an amzing women who didn't let anyone get her down. She is an idol to many her memory will carry on.
By: Rebecca Colosky on Mar 26, 2009
  Eleanor Roosevelt was a wonderful woman which helped make how our country is today.
By: Abbey on Mar 26, 2009
  She was a great speaker who did a lot of things to help people all over the world in many ways.
By: Laura on Mar 26, 2009
  It's cool that she learned French before English. Way to go!
By: hellin on Nov 20, 2008
  Eleanor Rooseveld's mom died when she was only 8 years old. her father was away her and her 2 brothers moved in with her grandmother. she couldn't wait for her dad to return. she wanted so much to clime into his lap. a fue days later she summoned to the library. would give you more but can't fit all
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