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How many stripes are on the flag?

13

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This man was the 1st president of the United States

George Washington

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How many states were part of the original colonies?

13

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What day is the United States Independence Day

July 4

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Name 1 of the 2 founding fathers that died on Independence Day within minutes of each other. 

Thomas Jefferson and John Adams

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What do the stripes represent on our flag?

13 original colonies

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This man wrote our Star Spangled Banner

Francis Scott Key

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How many states do we have now?

50 

200

What country are we celebrating our independence from?

Great Britain(England)

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There are about this many firework shows put on across the country on the 4th of July

14,000

300

The stars on the original flag were in this shape?

Circle

300

This Native American woman helped Lewis and Clark explore new lands acquired in the Louisiana Purchase?

Sacagawea

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This was the last state to join the United States?

Hawaii
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What is our National Anthem

Star Spangled Banner

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Americans consume about this many million hot-dogs on the 4th of July

165 million

400

Who has been credited with making the first flag?

Betsy Ross

400

The Teddy Bear is named after this man

Teddy Roosevelt

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This was the first colony to adopt a state constitution and become the 1st state in the United States

Delaware

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What is our National Bird?

Eagle

400

George Washington's teeth are said to be made from what?

Wood

500

In what year was the current model of flag released? 

July 4, 1960

500

Name Two of the founding fathers of America

 John Adams, Benjamin Franklin, Alexander Hamilton, John Jay, Thomas Jefferson, James Madison, and George Washington.

500
Prior to Washington DC being the capitol of the United States, what was considered to be the capital?

Pennsylvania 

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What symbol of freedom did we receive from France?

Statue of Liberty

500

This patriotic song was originally sung by British military officers prior to the Revolution to mock the disorganized American colonists. 


Yankee Doodle

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