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Is your understanding of how the U.S. Government works sufficient to become a citizen? Feel free to test your knowledge with Lostpine’s anonymous quiz. The 100 civics (history and government) questions and answers for the naturalization test were taken from the study guide provided by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services. The real civics test is actually an oral test and the USCIS Officer asks the applicant up to 10 of the 100 civics questions. An applicant must answer 6 out of 10 questions correctly to pass the civics portion of the naturalization test. You can download the latest study guide by clicking here.

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Civics (History and Government) Questions for the Naturalization Test

This quiz has all 100 questions from the Naturalization Test.

There are 100 questions in this section.

1 / 100

Category: Rights and Responsibilities

What are ways that Americans can participate in their democracy?

You will be asked to have at least two ways in a naturalization exam. Please select two that you feel you would be interested in doing. Your answers do not affect your score.

2 / 100

Category: System of Government

We elect a U.S. Senator for how many years?

3 / 100

Category: American History - The 1800's

What did the Emancipation Proclamation do?

4 / 100

Category: American History - Colonial Period and Independence

Who lived in America before the Europeans arrived?

5 / 100

Category: American History - Geography, Symbols and Holidays

Name one state that borders Mexico?

6 / 100

Category: System of Government

The House of Representatives has how many voting members?

7 / 100

Category: System of Government

Who is the Commander in Chief of the military?

8 / 100

Category: System of Government

How many justices are on the Supreme Court?

9 / 100

Category: System of Government

We elect a President for how many years?

10 / 100

Category: Rights and Responsibilities

When is the last day you can send in federal income tax forms?

11 / 100

Category: System of Government

Who is the  Governor of Your State?

Your answer will not affect your score. You can look up your governor by clicking on https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_United_States_governors

12 / 100

Category: American History - The 1800's

What territory did the United States buy from France in 1803?

13 / 100

Category: American History - Colonial Period and Independence

When was the Declaration of Independence adopted?

14 / 100

Category: Rights and Responsibilities

There are four actual amendments to the Constitution about who can vote. Name them.

15 / 100

Category: System of Government

Who signs bills to become laws?

16 / 100

Category: Recent American History and Other Important Historical Information

What two things did Martin Luther King, Jr. do?

17 / 100

Category: American History - The 1800's

What did Susan B. Anthony do?

18 / 100

Category: Recent American History and Other Important Historical Information

What movement tried to end racial discrimination?

19 / 100

Category: American History - Colonial Period and Independence

Who was the "Father of our Country?"

20 / 100

Category: System of Government

What is the name of the Speaker of the House of Representatives now?

21 / 100

Category: American History - The 1800's

You will be asked to remember one war that was fought in the 1800's. Check all that would apply.

22 / 100

Category: American History - Geography, Symbols and Holidays

The list below represents U.S. National Holidays. Which one is not an official holiday?

23 / 100

Category: System of Government

What are the two parts of the U.S. Congress?

24 / 100

Category: American History - Geography, Symbols and Holidays

What ocean is on the west coast of the United States?

25 / 100

Category: Recent American History and Other Important Historical Information

Who did the United States fight in World War II?

Check all that apply.

December 15, 1791

26 / 100

Category: Principles of American Democracy

What do we call the first ten amendments to the Constitution?

27 / 100

Category: System of Government

What is the highest court in the United States?

28 / 100

Category: System of Government

What is the political party of the President now?

29 / 100

Category: American History - Geography, Symbols and Holidays

What ocean is on the east coast of the United States?

30 / 100

Category: Rights and Responsibilities

Name those rights reserved only for United States citizens.

31 / 100

Category: American History - Colonial Period and Independence

What group of people was taken to America and sold as slaves?

32 / 100

Category: American History - Geography, Symbols and Holidays

Where is the Statue of Liberty located?

33 / 100

Category: System of Government

What does the President’s Cabinet do?

34 / 100

Category: American History - Geography, Symbols and Holidays

When do we celebrate Independence Day?

35 / 100

Category: System of Government

What is the capitol of Your State?

Your answer will not affect your score. You can look up your capitol by clicking on https://www.thoughtco.com/capitals-of-the-fifty-states

36 / 100

Category: System of Government

Who vetoes bills?

37 / 100

Category: American History - Colonial Period and Independence

Pick the reasons  why the colonists chose to fight the British?

38 / 100

Category: System of Government

Why do some states have more Representatives than other states?

39 / 100

Category: System of Government

What is the name of the Vice President of the United States now?

40 / 100

Category: Recent American History and Other Important Historical Information

What major event happened on September 11, 2001?

41 / 100

Category: Rights and Responsibilities

What are responsibilities reserved for United States citizens?

42 / 100

Category: System of Government

Who is one of your state’s U.S. Senators now?

This answer will not affect your score. You can look up your senator by clicking on https://www.senate.gov/senators/index.htm

43 / 100

Category: System of Government

If the President can no longer serve, who becomes President?

44 / 100

Category: Recent American History and Other Important Historical Information

During the "Cold War," what was the main concern of the United States?

45 / 100

Category: Principles of American Democracy

What is the supreme law of the land?

46 / 100

Category: Recent American History and Other Important Historical Information

Who was the President during the Great Depression and World War II?

47 / 100

Category: System of Government

If both the President and the Vice President can no longer serve, who becomes President?

48 / 100

Category: System of Government

Under our Constitution, some powers belong to the federal government. What is one power of the federal
government?

49 / 100

Category: American History - Geography, Symbols and Holidays

Select the correct answer. Name the U.S. Territories?

50 / 100

Category: System of Government

Pick the best two answers: What stops one branch of government from becoming too powerful?

51 / 100

Category: Principles of American Democracy

You must select 3 answers: What does the Constitution do?

52 / 100

Category: American History - Colonial Period and Independence

When was the Constitution written?

53 / 100

Category: Recent American History and Other Important Historical Information

Name one American Indian tribe in the United States?

[USCIS Officers are supplied with a list of federally recognized American Indian tribes.]

54 / 100

Category: American History - Colonial Period and Independence

Who wrote the Declaration of Independence?

55 / 100

Category: Principles of American Democracy

What is the “rule of law”?

56 / 100

Category: Recent American History and Other Important Historical Information

Before he was President, Eisenhower was a general. What war was he in?

57 / 100

Category: American History - Geography, Symbols and Holidays

Why does the flag have 50 stars?

58 / 100

Category: American History - The 1800's

Name the U.S. war between the North and the South.

59 / 100

Category: American History - Geography, Symbols and Holidays

Name one state that borders Canada?

60 / 100

Category: American History - Colonial Period and Independence

What happened at the Constitutional Convention?

61 / 100

Category: System of Government

Who makes federal laws?

62 / 100

Category: System of Government

What does the judicial branch do?

63 / 100

Category: American History - The 1800's

What were the three most important things that Abraham Lincoln did?  You will need to remember one of these if asked this question.

64 / 100

Category: Principles of American Democracy

What is freedom of religion?

65 / 100

Category: Principles of American Democracy

What did the Declaration of Independence do?

66 / 100

Category: American History - Geography, Symbols and Holidays

Name the two longest rivers in the United States.

67 / 100

Category: Principles of American Democracy

The idea of self-government is in the first three words of the Constitution. What are these words?

68 / 100

Category: Principles of American Democracy

You must select 2 answers: What is an amendment?

69 / 100

Category: Principles of American Democracy

What are your rights as described in the Declaration of Independence?

70 / 100

Category: American History - Colonial Period and Independence

Pick the two reasons that were NOT why the colonists came to America?

You, of course will need to answer the question on the real exam with one of the reasons that they came.

Besides being known for:

  • U.S. diplomat
  • oldest member of the Constitutional Convention
  • first Postmaster General of the United States
  • writer of “Poor Richard’s Almanac”
  • starting the first free libraries

Benjamin Franklin was also an inventor. Just a few of his inventions were:

  • The lightening rod
  • bifocals
  • swim fins
  • the Franklin iron stove
  • urinary catheter
  • the Armonica - "Of all his inventions, the glass armonica gave him the greatest personal satisfaction." So wrote Franklin about the musical instrument he designed in 1761. Inspired by English musicians who created sounds by passing their fingers around the brims of glasses filled with water, Franklin worked with a glassblower to re-create the music (“incomparably sweet beyond those of any other”) in a less cumbersome way.

71 / 100

Category: American History - Colonial Period and Independence

Benjamin Franklin is famous for many things. Identify the one item he is NOT famous for?

In your civics exam for naturalization, you will have to name one of the items he is famous for.

72 / 100

Category: Rights and Responsibilities

How old do citizens have to be to vote for President?

73 / 100

Category: System of Government

Name your U.S. Representative.

Your answer will not affect your score. You can look up your U.S. Representative by clicking on https://www.house.gov/representatives/find-your-representative

74 / 100

Category: System of Government

What are the two major political parties in the United States? Pick them.

75 / 100

Category: American History - Geography, Symbols and Holidays

What is the capital of Washington D.C.?

The Federalist Papers is a collection of 85 articles and essays written by Alexander Hamilton, James Madison, and John Jay under the collective pseudonym "Publius" to promote the ratification of the United States Constitution. The collection was commonly known as The Federalist until the name The Federalist Papers emerged in the 20th century. The original plan was to write a total of 25 essays, the work divided evenly among the three men. In the end, they wrote 85 essays in the span of seven months. John Jay wrote 5 essays, James Madison wrote 29 essays, and Hamilton wrote the remaining 51 essays.

76 / 100

Category: American History - Colonial Period and Independence

The Federalist Papers supported the passage of the U.S. Constitution. Name the four authors attributed to its writings.

77 / 100

Category: System of Government

What are at least two Cabinet-level positions? Separate your answers by a semi-colon ;

https://www.whitehouse.gov/the-trump-administration/the-cabinet/

On the exam, you will need to know at least three of the original colonies.

78 / 100

Category: American History - Colonial Period and Independence

There were 13 original states? Mark those that were not part of the first 13.

79 / 100

Category: System of Government

Under our Constitution, some powers belong to the states. What is one power of the states?

80 / 100

Category: Principles of American Democracy

How many amendments does the Constitution have?

81 / 100

Category: Recent American History and Other Important Historical Information

Who was the President during World War I?

82 / 100

Category: Rights and Responsibilities

What are the rights of everyone living in the United States?

83 / 100

Category: System of Government

What is the name of the President of the United States now?

84 / 100

Category: American History - Geography, Symbols and Holidays

What is the name of the national anthem?

85 / 100

Category: Rights and Responsibilities

What is one promise you make when you become a United States citizen?

86 / 100

Category: Rights and Responsibilities

What do we show loyalty to when we say the Pledge of Allegiance? Two answers are correct.

87 / 100

Category: Principles of American Democracy

Pick one from the list below: What is a right or freedom from the First Amendment?

88 / 100

Category: American History - Colonial Period and Independence

Who was the first president?

89 / 100

Category: System of Government

Who is the Chief Justice of the United States now?

90 / 100

Category: Principles of American Democracy

What is the economic system in the United States?

91 / 100

Category: System of Government

Who does a U.S. Senator represent?

92 / 100

Category: Recent American History and Other Important Historical Information

You will be asked to remember one war that was fought in the 1900's. Check all that would apply.

93 / 100

Category: System of Government

In what month do we vote for President?

94 / 100

Category: System of Government

We elect a U.S. Representative for how many years?

95 / 100

Category: American History - The 1800's

You will be asked to name one problem that led to the Civil War.  However, there were other reasons. Select all that would represent a correct answer.

96 / 100

Category: Rights and Responsibilities

When must all men register for the Selective Service?

97 / 100

Category: System of Government

Who is in charge of the executive branch?

he legislative branch drafts proposed laws, confirms or rejects presidential nominations for heads of federal agencies, federal judges, and the Supreme Court, and has the authority to declare war. This branch includes Congress (the Senate and House of Representatives) and special agencies and offices that provide support services to Congress. American citizens have the right to vote for Senators and Representatives through free, confidential ballots.

The judicial branch interprets the meaning of laws, applies laws to individual cases, and decides if laws violate the Constitution. It is comprised of the Supreme Court and other federal courts.

 

98 / 100

Category: System of Government

Name the three branches of the government.

99 / 100

Category: System of Government

How many U.S. Senators are there?

100 / 100

Category: American History - Geography, Symbols and Holidays

Why does the flag have 13 stripes?

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Section One: Principles of American Democracy

There are twelve questions in this section.

1 / 12

Category: Principles of American Democracy

Pick one from the list below: What is a right or freedom from the First Amendment?

2 / 12

Category: Principles of American Democracy

What is the “rule of law”?

3 / 12

Category: Principles of American Democracy

You must select 2 answers: What is an amendment?

4 / 12

Category: Principles of American Democracy

What is the supreme law of the land?

5 / 12

Category: Principles of American Democracy

What did the Declaration of Independence do?

6 / 12

Category: Principles of American Democracy

What is the economic system in the United States?

7 / 12

Category: Principles of American Democracy

You must select 3 answers: What does the Constitution do?

December 15, 1791

8 / 12

Category: Principles of American Democracy

What do we call the first ten amendments to the Constitution?

9 / 12

Category: Principles of American Democracy

The idea of self-government is in the first three words of the Constitution. What are these words?

10 / 12

Category: Principles of American Democracy

What is freedom of religion?

11 / 12

Category: Principles of American Democracy

What are your rights as described in the Declaration of Independence?

12 / 12

Category: Principles of American Democracy

How many amendments does the Constitution have?

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Section Two: Systems of Government

There are 35 questions in this section, one more than the government civics test.

1 / 35

Category: System of Government

What is the name of the President of the United States now?

2 / 35

Category: System of Government

How many U.S. Senators are there?

3 / 35

Category: System of Government

What are the two parts of the U.S. Congress?

4 / 35

Category: System of Government

Who does a U.S. Senator represent?

5 / 35

Category: System of Government

Who is the Chief Justice of the United States now?

6 / 35

Category: System of Government

Who is one of your state’s U.S. Senators now?

This answer will not affect your score. You can look up your senator by clicking on https://www.senate.gov/senators/index.htm

7 / 35

Category: System of Government

What is the name of the Speaker of the House of Representatives now?

8 / 35

Category: System of Government

What is the political party of the President now?

9 / 35

Category: System of Government

We elect a U.S. Representative for how many years?

10 / 35

Category: System of Government

What does the President’s Cabinet do?

11 / 35

Category: System of Government

What are at least two Cabinet-level positions? Separate your answers by a semi-colon ;

https://www.whitehouse.gov/the-trump-administration/the-cabinet/

12 / 35

Category: System of Government

What is the capitol of Your State?

Your answer will not affect your score. You can look up your capitol by clicking on https://www.thoughtco.com/capitals-of-the-fifty-states

13 / 35

Category: System of Government

The House of Representatives has how many voting members?

14 / 35

Category: System of Government

In what month do we vote for President?

15 / 35

Category: System of Government

If the President can no longer serve, who becomes President?

16 / 35

Category: System of Government

Name your U.S. Representative.

Your answer will not affect your score. You can look up your U.S. Representative by clicking on https://www.house.gov/representatives/find-your-representative

17 / 35

Category: System of Government

Who is the  Governor of Your State?

Your answer will not affect your score. You can look up your governor by clicking on https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_United_States_governors

18 / 35

Category: System of Government

Pick the best two answers: What stops one branch of government from becoming too powerful?

19 / 35

Category: System of Government

What is the name of the Vice President of the United States now?

20 / 35

Category: System of Government

Under our Constitution, some powers belong to the states. What is one power of the states?

21 / 35

Category: System of Government

Who signs bills to become laws?

22 / 35

Category: System of Government

What are the two major political parties in the United States? Pick them.

23 / 35

Category: System of Government

Who is in charge of the executive branch?

24 / 35

Category: System of Government

We elect a U.S. Senator for how many years?

25 / 35

Category: System of Government

What is the highest court in the United States?

26 / 35

Category: System of Government

Who vetoes bills?

27 / 35

Category: System of Government

Who makes federal laws?

he legislative branch drafts proposed laws, confirms or rejects presidential nominations for heads of federal agencies, federal judges, and the Supreme Court, and has the authority to declare war. This branch includes Congress (the Senate and House of Representatives) and special agencies and offices that provide support services to Congress. American citizens have the right to vote for Senators and Representatives through free, confidential ballots.

The judicial branch interprets the meaning of laws, applies laws to individual cases, and decides if laws violate the Constitution. It is comprised of the Supreme Court and other federal courts.

 

28 / 35

Category: System of Government

Name the three branches of the government.

29 / 35

Category: System of Government

What does the judicial branch do?

30 / 35

Category: System of Government

Why do some states have more Representatives than other states?

31 / 35

Category: System of Government

Under our Constitution, some powers belong to the federal government. What is one power of the federal
government?

32 / 35

Category: System of Government

If both the President and the Vice President can no longer serve, who becomes President?

33 / 35

Category: System of Government

Who is the Commander in Chief of the military?

34 / 35

Category: System of Government

How many justices are on the Supreme Court?

35 / 35

Category: System of Government

We elect a President for how many years?

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Section Three: Rights and Responsibilities

There are 10 questions in this section.

1 / 10

Category: Rights and Responsibilities

What are the rights of everyone living in the United States?

2 / 10

Category: Rights and Responsibilities

How old do citizens have to be to vote for President?

3 / 10

Category: Rights and Responsibilities

When is the last day you can send in federal income tax forms?

4 / 10

Category: Rights and Responsibilities

There are four actual amendments to the Constitution about who can vote. Name them.

5 / 10

Category: Rights and Responsibilities

Name those rights reserved only for United States citizens.

6 / 10

Category: Rights and Responsibilities

What do we show loyalty to when we say the Pledge of Allegiance? Two answers are correct.

7 / 10

Category: Rights and Responsibilities

What are responsibilities reserved for United States citizens?

8 / 10

Category: Rights and Responsibilities

When must all men register for the Selective Service?

9 / 10

Category: Rights and Responsibilities

What are ways that Americans can participate in their democracy?

You will be asked to have at least two ways in a naturalization exam. Please select two that you feel you would be interested in doing. Your answers do not affect your score.

10 / 10

Category: Rights and Responsibilities

What is one promise you make when you become a United States citizen?

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Section Four: American History - Colonial Period

There are 13 questions in this section.

Besides being known for:

  • U.S. diplomat
  • oldest member of the Constitutional Convention
  • first Postmaster General of the United States
  • writer of “Poor Richard’s Almanac”
  • starting the first free libraries

Benjamin Franklin was also an inventor. Just a few of his inventions were:

  • The lightening rod
  • bifocals
  • swim fins
  • the Franklin iron stove
  • urinary catheter
  • the Armonica - "Of all his inventions, the glass armonica gave him the greatest personal satisfaction." So wrote Franklin about the musical instrument he designed in 1761. Inspired by English musicians who created sounds by passing their fingers around the brims of glasses filled with water, Franklin worked with a glassblower to re-create the music (“incomparably sweet beyond those of any other”) in a less cumbersome way.

1 / 13

Category: American History - Colonial Period and Independence

Benjamin Franklin is famous for many things. Identify the one item he is NOT famous for?

In your civics exam for naturalization, you will have to name one of the items he is famous for.

2 / 13

Category: American History - Colonial Period and Independence

Who was the "Father of our Country?"

On the exam, you will need to know at least three of the original colonies.

3 / 13

Category: American History - Colonial Period and Independence

There were 13 original states? Mark those that were not part of the first 13.

4 / 13

Category: American History - Colonial Period and Independence

What happened at the Constitutional Convention?

5 / 13

Category: American History - Colonial Period and Independence

When was the Constitution written?

6 / 13

Category: American History - Colonial Period and Independence

When was the Declaration of Independence adopted?

7 / 13

Category: American History - Colonial Period and Independence

Who was the first president?

8 / 13

Category: American History - Colonial Period and Independence

What group of people was taken to America and sold as slaves?

9 / 13

Category: American History - Colonial Period and Independence

Pick the reasons  why the colonists chose to fight the British?

10 / 13

Category: American History - Colonial Period and Independence

Who wrote the Declaration of Independence?

11 / 13

Category: American History - Colonial Period and Independence

Pick the two reasons that were NOT why the colonists came to America?

You, of course will need to answer the question on the real exam with one of the reasons that they came.

The Federalist Papers is a collection of 85 articles and essays written by Alexander Hamilton, James Madison, and John Jay under the collective pseudonym "Publius" to promote the ratification of the United States Constitution. The collection was commonly known as The Federalist until the name The Federalist Papers emerged in the 20th century. The original plan was to write a total of 25 essays, the work divided evenly among the three men. In the end, they wrote 85 essays in the span of seven months. John Jay wrote 5 essays, James Madison wrote 29 essays, and Hamilton wrote the remaining 51 essays.

12 / 13

Category: American History - Colonial Period and Independence

The Federalist Papers supported the passage of the U.S. Constitution. Name the four authors attributed to its writings.

13 / 13

Category: American History - Colonial Period and Independence

Who lived in America before the Europeans arrived?

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Section Five: American History -  the 1800's

There are 7 questions in this section.

1 / 7

Category: American History - The 1800's

What did the Emancipation Proclamation do?

2 / 7

Category: American History - The 1800's

What territory did the United States buy from France in 1803?

3 / 7

Category: American History - The 1800's

You will be asked to remember one war that was fought in the 1800's. Check all that would apply.

4 / 7

Category: American History - The 1800's

Name the U.S. war between the North and the South.

5 / 7

Category: American History - The 1800's

What were the three most important things that Abraham Lincoln did?  You will need to remember one of these if asked this question.

6 / 7

Category: American History - The 1800's

What did Susan B. Anthony do?

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Category: American History - The 1800's

You will be asked to name one problem that led to the Civil War.  However, there were other reasons. Select all that would represent a correct answer.

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Section Six: American History and Other Recent Important Historical Information

There are 10 questions in this section.

1 / 10

Category: Recent American History and Other Important Historical Information

Who was the President during the Great Depression and World War II?

2 / 10

Category: Recent American History and Other Important Historical Information

Name one American Indian tribe in the United States?

[USCIS Officers are supplied with a list of federally recognized American Indian tribes.]

3 / 10

Category: Recent American History and Other Important Historical Information

What two things did Martin Luther King, Jr. do?

4 / 10

Category: Recent American History and Other Important Historical Information

During the "Cold War," what was the main concern of the United States?

5 / 10

Category: Recent American History and Other Important Historical Information

Who did the United States fight in World War II?

Check all that apply.

6 / 10

Category: Recent American History and Other Important Historical Information

What major event happened on September 11, 2001?

7 / 10

Category: Recent American History and Other Important Historical Information

You will be asked to remember one war that was fought in the 1900's. Check all that would apply.

8 / 10

Category: Recent American History and Other Important Historical Information

Before he was President, Eisenhower was a general. What war was he in?

9 / 10

Category: Recent American History and Other Important Historical Information

Who was the President during World War I?

10 / 10

Category: Recent American History and Other Important Historical Information

What movement tried to end racial discrimination?

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Section Seven: American History - Geography, Symbols and Holidays

There are 15 questions in this section.

1 / 13

Category: American History - Geography, Symbols and Holidays

Name one state that borders Canada?

2 / 13

Category: American History - Geography, Symbols and Holidays

Name the two longest rivers in the United States.

3 / 13

Category: American History - Geography, Symbols and Holidays

What ocean is on the east coast of the United States?

4 / 13

Category: American History - Geography, Symbols and Holidays

The list below represents U.S. National Holidays. Which one is not an official holiday?

5 / 13

Category: American History - Geography, Symbols and Holidays

What ocean is on the west coast of the United States?

6 / 13

Category: American History - Geography, Symbols and Holidays

What is the capital of Washington D.C.?

7 / 13

Category: American History - Geography, Symbols and Holidays

Why does the flag have 50 stars?

8 / 13

Category: American History - Geography, Symbols and Holidays

When do we celebrate Independence Day?

9 / 13

Category: American History - Geography, Symbols and Holidays

Select the correct answer. Name the U.S. Territories?

10 / 13

Category: American History - Geography, Symbols and Holidays

Name one state that borders Mexico?

11 / 13

Category: American History - Geography, Symbols and Holidays

What is the name of the national anthem?

12 / 13

Category: American History - Geography, Symbols and Holidays

Why does the flag have 13 stripes?

13 / 13

Category: American History - Geography, Symbols and Holidays

Where is the Statue of Liberty located?

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