9/10 Americans Can't Pass This Patriotic Rapid-Fire USA Quiz. Can You?

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 Apr 05, 2019
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Question: 1/40Pick your answer!

Which of these is a right or freedom from the First Amendment?

Question: 2/40Pick your answer!

Which part of the United States is famous for its clam chowder?
The Midwest
New England
The deep South

Question: 3/40Pick your answer!

How many U.S. senators are there?

Question: 4/40Pick your answer!

What was the main goal of the civil rights movement?
To end racial discrimination
To protest against involvement in the Vietnam War
To put in place a minimum wage

Question: 5/40Pick your answer!

Which ocean is on the East Coast of the United States?

Question: 6/40Pick your answer!

Why are there 13 stripes on the American flag?
There are 15 stripes, not 13
They represent the original 13 colonies
It's a design that looks good

Question: 7/40Pick your answer!

Which of these is NOT a right in the Declaration of Independence?
Pursuit of happiness

Question: 8/40Pick your answer!

The Declaration of Independence announced the independence of the United States from which country?
Great Britain

Question: 9/40Pick your answer!

What President was assassinated in 1963?
Richard Nixon
John F. Kennedy
Abraham Lincoln

Question: 10/40Pick your answer!

Which state was the last to become a state?
Puerto Rico

Question: 11/40Pick your answer!

Who wrote "The Star-Spangled Banner"?
Irving Berlin
Francis Scott Key
Scott Joplin

Question: 12/40Pick your answer!

During the American Revolution, Redcoats were soldiers from what country?

Question: 13/40Pick your answer!

What state is known as the "Golden State"?

Question: 14/40Pick your answer!

How many Supreme Court justices are there?

Question: 15/40Pick your answer!

Who was president during the Civil War?
Harry Truman
Andrew Jackson
Abraham Lincoln

Question: 16/40Pick your answer!

Who said, "Give me liberty or give me death"?
Ronald Reagan
Patrick Henry
Bill Clinton

Question: 17/40Pick your answer!

Who is the only president that resigned?
Teddy Roosevelt
Richard Nixon
Jimmy Carter

Question: 18/40Pick your answer!

In what state is Mt. Rushmore located?
North Carolina
South Dakota

Question: 19/40Pick your answer!

Which of these is not a branch of U.S. government?

Question: 20/40Pick your answer!

Who is the only president who served more than two terms?
Franklin D. Roosevelt
Andrew Jackson
Calvin Coolidge

Question: 21/40Pick your answer!

Abraham Lincoln was shot at what theater?
Lincoln Theatre
Ford's Theatre
The Walnut Street Theatre

Question: 22/40Pick your answer!

In what state did the gold rush occur in 1848?

Question: 23/40Pick your answer!

Who was the first man to set foot on the moon?
Buzz Aldrin
Neil Armstrong
John Glenn

Question: 24/40Pick your answer!

What carmaker was known for being the first to use the assembly line?
General Motors

Question: 25/40Pick your answer!

What did Prohibition ban in the U.S.?

Question: 26/40Pick your answer!

What country bombed Pearl Harbor?

Question: 27/40Pick your answer!

What is another title for the president?
Commander in Chief
Commander in Charge
Chief of Country

Question: 28/40Pick your answer!

True or false: Every president has lived in the White House.

Question: 29/40Pick your answer!

What did the Emancipation Proclamation do?
It started the Civil War
It freed the slaves after the Civil War
It initiated the Underground Railroad

Question: 30/40Pick your answer!

Who made the original American flag?
George Washington
Betsy Ross
Harriet Tubman

Question: 31/40Pick your answer!

What does the D.C. in Washington D.C. stand for?
District Capital
District of Citizens
District of Columbia

Question: 32/40Pick your answer!

Who fought in the civil war?
England vs. America
The Union vs. The Confederacy
Pilgrims vs. Native Americans

Question: 33/40Pick your answer!

What Supreme Court case determined that “separate but equal” was not, in fact, equal?
Roe v. Wade
Brown v. Board of Education
Bush v. Gore

Question: 34/40Pick your answer!

Which classic American holiday started in New England with the pilgrims and Native Americans?
Tax Day

Question: 35/40Pick your answer!

What was the Underground Railroad?
A network of secret routes used to help slaves in Southern states escape
A railroad used only by Union soldiers
An underground tunnel used by slave owners

Question: 36/40Pick your answer!

Who was famous for refusing to give up her seat on the bus?
Susan B. Anthony
Harriett Tubman
Rosa Parks

Question: 37/40Pick your answer!

What ship brought over the pilgrims?
The Titanic
The Flagship
The Mayflower

Question: 38/40Pick your answer!

Which of these is a U.S. territory?
Costa Rica
Puerto Rico

Question: 39/40Pick your answer!

In what year was the Declaration of Independence signed?

Question: 40/40Pick your answer!

What is America's National Bird?
Golden Eagle
Bald Eagle
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