5 Questions: AMERICA ON PAPER

1 of 5
The obverse (front) of Great Seal of the United States is used on official documents to authenticate the signature of the President. The reverse (back) is not used as a seal, but can be seen:
on the Delaware state flag
on an obelisk on the moon
on the one dollar bill
at the base of the Statue of Liberty
2 of 5
At 9:04 in the morning on September 2, 1945, General Douglas MacArthur affixed his signature to Japan's Instrument of Surrender aboard what U.S. ship?
U.S.S. Missouri
U.S.S. Indianapolis
U.S.S. Enterprise
U.S.S. Lexington
3 of 5
Originally referred to by critics as "Seward's Folly," the U.S. signed an agreement purchasing what territory for less than two cents per acre?
Cuba
Alaska
Manhattan
Louisiana
4 of 5
Name the last surviving signer of the Declaration of Independence, who passed away at 95 years of age in 1832.
Charles Carroll
Benjamin Franklin
Samuel Chase
Elbridge Gerry
5 of 5
The Treaty of Ghent, effectively ending the War of 1812, was signed in what country?
Switzerland
Luxembourg
France
Belgium