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The Grand Canyon is located in this state.

What is Arizona?

100

This man signed his name the largest on the Declaration of Independence.

Who is John Hancock?

100

This is the largest state in the US.

What is Alaska?

100

You can drive a car in the US at this age.

What is 16?

100

You can legally drink at this age in the United States.

What is 21 years old?

200

This famous theme park can be found in California, not to be confused with it's sister park in Florida.

What is DisneyLand?

200

King __________, the ruler of England, personally wanted the United States to fail by imposing harsh laws.

Who is George

200

The longest river in the U.S. which shares it's name with a state.

What is the Missouri River?

200

The number of years George Washington served as President

8 years.

200

This is the national animal of the US, representing freedom.

What is the Eagle?

300

This is the name of the heads of four presidents, located in South Dakota.

What is Mount Rushmore?

300

This man proved that it was "Common Sense" that basic rights were mandatory for a functional government.

Who is Thomas Paine?

300

This was the year America won its hard-fought independence

What is 1776?

300

This is the number of amendments that have been added to the US Constitution.

What is 27?

300

This is the 3rd most spoken language in Kansas and Missouri.

German

400

The Yellowstone national park was founded in this year.

What is 1872?

400

These five men formed the Continental Congress, which resulted in the creation of the Declaration of Independence.

Who are Benjamin Franklin, Philip Livingston, John Adams, Roger Sherman, and Thomas Jefferson?

400

This is the number of colonies in the United States before the Declaration of Independence was signed

What is 13?

400

"The city of brotherly love"

Philadelphia

400

It is estimated that at least 40% of Americans can trace their ancestors to this place in America.

Ellis Island.

500

The Statue of Liberty hold a tablet in her right hand with this date written on it in Roman Numerals.

What is July 4, 1776?

500

The Declaration of Independence allowed this man to be elected as our first president.

Who is George Washington?

500

These three U.S. presidents have died on July 4th.

Who are Thomas Jefferson, John Adams and James Monroe

500

The most populated state in America.

California

500

This, now international holiday, was first established in an effort to "reunite families torn by the Civil War."

Mother's Day.

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