Where in the Nation?
Irish Things & Family Facts
Music (7/4 edition)
Red, White, & Blue
Documents/Memorials
100

This is the longest river in the US at approx. 2,348 miles long.

What is the Mississippi River?

100

This Celtic language originated from old Irish and Scottish descent.

What is Gaelic?

100

Name that tune. (hint: The artist's last name is a precious stone)

What is Sweet Caroline?

100

This hand-held firework burns slowly and emits light only while the fuse remains lit.

What is a sparkler?

100

On this memorial carved into a mountain, there are four leaders.  From left to right, this leader's face in sideways in the wall.

Who is Theodore (Teddy) Roosevelt?

200

The home of American music, the Grand Ole Opry, can be found in this state.

What is Tennessee?

200

Who used to cry when Jack blew out the candles?

Who was Markie?
200

Name that tune.  (Hint: Title is two words and a general concept of the nation)

What is American Land?

200

This American woman will forever be remembered for creating the first American flag.

Who is/was Betsy Ross?

200

This agreement was signed in 1783 by the US and Britain to end the American Revolution.

What is the Treaty of Paris?

300

This natural wonder is sometimes thought to be one of the seven wonders of the world, is 277 miles in length, and a creation from the Colorado River.

What is the Grand Canyon?

300

This is the name of Grandpa's company.

What is Kitty's Irish Gifts?

300

Name that Tune. (hint: Title is also the name of an inappropriate movie series.)

What is American Pie?

300

This create-your-own treat is often shared between stories and along with campfires/fire pits.

What are smores?

300

In Boston, you can literally walk in the same pathways as America's forefathers in this walking memorial.

What is the Freedom Trail?

400

In this state, I am able to visit and pay my respects to over 400,000 U.S. military members who are buried at Arlington National Cemetary.

What is Virginia?

400

This combination of people won trivial pursuit during a Disney trip because the final answer was "ingrown hair."

Who were Kathleen and Sue?

400

Name that tune.  (hint: Title is the name of an object)

What is Firework?

400

In honor of the 4th of July, Newington holds a large event with fireworks annually at this named location.

What is Mill Pond Park?

400

This is how many amendments are in the U.S. Constitution.

What is 27?

500

Fort Sumter is notable for two battles of the American Civil War. It was one of a number of special forts planned after the War of 1812 with heavy masonry and high walls.  It is located in this state.

What is South Carolina?

500

This is the first name of Dane's father.

What is Winston?

500

Name that tune. (hint: the artist is another name for the US)

What is A Horse with no Name?

500

Decorated on hats and shirts, this traditional activity expresses America's freedom through this riveting past time.

What is baseball?

500

This army support activity base is also under the jurisdiction of the air force mobility command and is located in New Jersey.  It was opened/built in 1917 and is still used currently.

What is Fort Dix?
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