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What’s Your July Fourth IQ?

July Fourth is fast approaching, but how much do you really know about this historic day? Are you as knowledgable on the Fourth of July as you think you are? Take these 12 quiz questions and find out!
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In what pattern were the stars on our first flag?
Square
Grid
Lines
Circle

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Independence Day was first established as a holiday by Congress in what year?
1853
1776
1870

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Who was the first president to live in the White House?
John Adams
Thomas Jefferson
George Washington

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What do the colors of the American flag symbolize?
Hardiness, valor, purity
Equality, freedom, liberty
Hardiness, valor, religion

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Who sewed the first flag of the United States?
Martha Washington
Betsy Ross
Juliette Beck

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How many stripes are on the U.S. Flag?
11
13
15

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True or false: The Declaration of Independence was signed on July 4th, 1776.
True
False

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How many people signed the Declaration of Independence?
56
100
75

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Whose signature is the largest on the Declaration of Independence?
John Adams
John Hancock
Benjamin Franklin

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Who was the king of England when the colonies declared their independence?
George II
Henry IV
George III

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How many people were living in the U. S. in 1776?
2.5 million
250,000
25,000

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. Who wrote the Pledge of Allegiance?
Francis Scott Key
Francis Bellamy
John Monroe

C+, Fourth Of July Average

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Okay, so you might know that the fourth of July is all about fireworks and cookouts. But you're not exactly keen on the story beyond that! Worry not, by taking this quiz, you learned some valuable lessons on this country's history!

B+, Fourth Of July Brainy

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You're Fourth of July brainy! You know better than anyone that this holiday isn't just a celebration of fireworks and hot dogs, it's all about the foundation that this nation was built upon. You're a true patriot who knows your American history well!

A+, Fourth Of July Genius

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You're a total Fourth of July genius! Unlike your fellow Americans, you understand that the Fourth of July isn't just about fireworks and barbecues, it's about freedom, equality, and independence. You understand the history and prominence of this summer holiday. Go you!
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1
In what pattern were the stars on our first flag?
Square
Grid
Lines
Circle
2
Independence Day was first established as a holiday by Congress in what year?
1853
1776
1870
3
Who was the first president to live in the White House?
John Adams
Thomas Jefferson
George Washington
4
What do the colors of the American flag symbolize?
Hardiness, valor, purity
Equality, freedom, liberty
Hardiness, valor, religion
5
Who sewed the first flag of the United States?
Martha Washington
Betsy Ross
Juliette Beck
6
How many stripes are on the U.S. Flag?
11
13
15
7
True or false: The Declaration of Independence was signed on July 4th, 1776.
True
False
8
How many people signed the Declaration of Independence?
56
100
75
9
Whose signature is the largest on the Declaration of Independence?
John Adams
John Hancock
Benjamin Franklin
10
Who was the king of England when the colonies declared their independence?
George II
Henry IV
George III
11
How many people were living in the U. S. in 1776?
2.5 million
250,000
25,000
12
. Who wrote the Pledge of Allegiance?
Francis Scott Key
Francis Bellamy
John Monroe

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