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

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Are you red, white and true?

Show how much you know about the United States by answering questions about people, places and historical events!

 Mar 15, 2020

1 of 40Pick your answer!

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

2 of 40Pick your answer!

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

3 of 40Pick your answer!

How many U.S. senators are there?
25
100
1,000

4 of 40Pick your answer!

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

5 of 40Pick your answer!

Which ocean is on the East Coast of the United States?
Atlantic
Arctic
Pacific

6 of 40Pick your answer!

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

7 of 40Pick your answer!

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

8 of 40Pick your answer!

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

9 of 40Pick your answer!

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

10 of 40Pick your answer!

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

11 of 40Pick your answer!

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

12 of 40Pick your answer!

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

13 of 40Pick your answer!

What state is known as the "Golden State"?
California
Florida
Arizona

14 of 40Pick your answer!

How many Supreme Court justices are there?
20
2
9

15 of 40Pick your answer!

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

16 of 40Pick your answer!

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

17 of 40Pick your answer!

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

18 of 40Pick your answer!

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

19 of 40Pick your answer!

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

20 of 40Pick your answer!

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

21 of 40Pick your answer!

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

22 of 40Pick your answer!

In what state did the gold rush occur in 1848?
Georgia
Montana
California

23 of 40Pick your answer!

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

24 of 40Pick your answer!

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

25 of 40Pick your answer!

What did Prohibition ban in the U.S.?
Alcohol
Cigarettes
Gambling

26 of 40Pick your answer!

What country bombed Pearl Harbor?
China
Russia
Japan

27 of 40Pick your answer!

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

28 of 40Pick your answer!

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

29 of 40Pick your answer!

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

30 of 40Pick your answer!

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

31 of 40Pick your answer!

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

32 of 40Pick your answer!

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

33 of 40Pick your answer!

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

34 of 40Pick your answer!

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

35 of 40Pick your answer!

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

36 of 40Pick your answer!

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

37 of 40Pick your answer!

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

38 of 40Pick your answer!

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

39 of 40Pick your answer!

In what year was the Declaration of Independence signed?
1776
1801
1689

40 of 40Pick your answer!

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