5 Questions: Whiggin' Out

1 of 5
Who was the last Whig to be elected U.S. president?
James Knox Polk
Millard Fillmore
William Henry Harrison
John Tyler
2 of 5
The Whig Party celebrated an 1840 White House victory with the line "Tippecanoe and Tyler, too." Who was Tippecanoe?
Tyler's father, Judge John Tyler
a Native American chief
Tyler's running mate
Tyler's first wife, Letitia
3 of 5
"Whig" was originally a derogatory term referring to the Presbyterian rebels who fought the establishment in what country?
England
the U.S.
Canada
Scotland
4 of 5
The Kansas-Nebraska Act that divided the Whig Party in 1854 was a federal law which provided for:
relocation of Native Americans
high incoming trade tariffs
free trade with France
slavery in western states
5 of 5
The Whig Party was founded by key political opponents of what U.S. president?
Andrew Jackson
Andrew Johnson
James Madison
James Monroe