What % Patriotic Are You? Quiz For True Americans

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What % Patriotic Are You? Quiz For True Americans
How much do you know about American culture and history? There is an opinion that only true patriots can know everything about the country they love. Can you call yourself a patriot? Let's check with this test!

D-Day, when the Allied Troops stormed the beaches of Normandy, occurred in which month in 1944?

June

September

April

December

When were women granted the right to vote in the United States?

1942

1920

1855

1907

Who was President FDR’s wife and the First Lady?

Eleanor

Martha

Mary

Barbara

Who was the first African-American Supreme Court Justice?

Frederick Douglass

Thurgood Marshall

Martin Luther King

Jackie Robinson

Who was the president during the War of 1812?

John Adams

James Buchanan

James Monroe

James Madison

During which decade did the majority of the Great Depression occur?

1910s

1930s

1940s

1920s

What notable American refused to give up her seat on the bus, inspiring the Civil Rights Movement?

Harriet Tubman

Condoleeza Rice

Rosa Parks

Sojourner Truth

What country gifted the United States the Statue of Liberty?

Italy

Spain

England

France

West Virginia seceded from Virginia at the start of which war?

The American Revolutionary War

The American Civil War

The War of 1812

The French-American War

What are the first ten Amendments of the US Constitution called?

The Federalist Papers

The Bill of Rights

The Declaration of Independence

The Articles of the Confederation

In which city was President John F. Kennedy shot and killed?

Sacramento

Chicago

Dallas

Houston

How many red stripes are on the American flag?

6

12

13

7

Ellis Island operated as what from 1892 to 1954?

A Children's Hospital

A Prison

An Amusement Park

Immigration Inspection Station

Which city has never been the capital of the nation?

Boston

Washington D.C.

Baltimore

Philadelphia

Loving v. Virginia was a landmark case that overturned the ban on what?

Marijuana

Interracial Marriage

Alcohol

Segregated Schools

Whose plane was named the Spirit of St. Louis?

Amelia Earhart

Howard Hughes

Charles Lindbergh

Franklin D. Roosevelt

Which notable American discovered electricity?

Thomas Edison

James Madison

John Smith

Benjamin Franklin

Who declared “Give me liberty, or give me death”?

Patrick Henry

Thomas Jefferson

Nathan Hale

Paul Revere

Who composed “The Star-Spangled Banner”?

Mark Twain

Francis Scott Key

F. Scott Fitzgerald

Walt Whitman

Which space shuttle exploded after liftoff in 1986?

Apollo

Challenger

Voyager

Hubble

Where did the two halves of the Transcontinental Railroad connect in 1869?

Wyoming

Nevada

Nebraska

Utah

The 21st Amendment to the US Constitution states what?

Freedom of Speech

The legal voting age of 18

The repeal of Prohibition

The end of World War II

What was the 50th state added to the Union?

Alaska

Washington D.C.

California

Hawaii

What is the oldest national park?

Yosemite

Yellowstone

Redwoods

Everglades

Which president said “Walk softly and carry a big stick”?

Theodore Roosevelt

Harry S. Truman

Calvin Coolidge

William Henry Harrison

Who was the first Secretary of Treasury?

Andrew Johnson

Andrew Jackson

James Madison

Alexander Hamilton

Who is on the $50 bill?

Abraham Lincoln

Benjamin Franklin

Ulysses S. Grant

Andrew Jackson

Which country was NOT an ally with the US during World War II?

Soviet Union

England

France

Italy

Who signed the Emancipation Proclamation?

Harry Truman

Abraham Lincoln

Ulysses S. Grant

Thomas Jefferson

When did the American Civil War end?

1892

1776

1865

1785

Who was the first President of the United States?

Benjamin Franklin

George Washington

Thomas Jefferson

John Adams

What war declared the colonies independent from England?

The American Civil War

The American Revolutionary War

The French-Indian War

The Spanish-American War

What was the first permanent English settlement?

Plymouth, Massachusetts

Hartford, Connecticut

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Jamestown, Virginia

After Thomas Hooker was kicked out of Massachusetts, what colony did he found?

Delaware

New Hampshire

Connecticut

Rhode Island

What was the nickname of George Calvert, the man who founded Maryland?

Baron Baron

Lord Baltimore

King Maryland

Master George

What is the national bird?

Bald Eagle

Hawk

Pigeon

Turkey

What were the religious beliefs of those who founded Massachusetts Bay Colony?

Catholics

Puritans

Quakers

Methodists

The colony of Delaware belonged to what group of colonies?

Southern

Middle

New England

Western

Who founded Pennsylvania?

William Penn

Paul Penn

Harvey Penn

John Penn

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32

18

13

10% American

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50% American

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100% American

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