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Can You Pass This Independence Day Trivia Quiz?

Independence Day is celebrate each year on July 4th. It is the largest and most patriotic holiday in the United States and it is often celebrated in countries outside of the United States, but how much do you know about this holiday?

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What year was the first July 4th Independence Day celebration held?
1776
1777
1783

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July 4th was selected as Independence Day to celebrate what?
The end of the War of Independence
The Signing of the Declaration of Independence
The date the Second Continental Congress voted in Philadelphia to declare independence from Britain

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What year did Independence Day become a federal holiday?
1777
1783
1938

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Which President said that Independence Day ""...ought to be celebrated by pomp and parade, with shows, games, sports, guns, bells, bonfires, and illuminations from one end of this continent to the other...""?
George Washington
Thomas Jefferson
John Adams

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Where is the oldest Independence Day celebration held?
Bristol, Rhode Island
Odiorne's Point, New Hampshire
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

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Which of these presidents did NOT die on July 4th?
John Adams
George Washington
Thomas Jefferson
James Monroe

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Which American President was born on the 4th of July?
Millard Fillmore
Calvin Coolidge
Ulysses S. Grant

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In 1916 one of the longest running 4th of July traditions started at Nathan's Famous at Coney Island. It was a contest to see who could eat the most _______.
Pizzas
Apple Pies
Hot Dogs

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In 2014 Joey Chestnut won his eighth consecutive title by eating _____ hot dogs.
37
45
61

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In a 2014 census $3.6 million dollars were spent on American flags, the vast majority of which were made in which country?
United States
China
India

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What percentage of Americans plan to celebrate Independence Day with a BBQ, cookout or picnic?
32%
64%
81%

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What percentage of Americans plan to watch fireworks or go to a community celebration?
22%
43%
65%

C+, Independence Day Participator

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Well, thanks for playing but you had trouble answering most, if not all of the questions in this quiz. You are not very familiar with this history surrounding Independence Day celebrations but you are still happy to participate blindly in them.

B+, Independence Day Celebrator

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Good job! You managed to answer several questions correctly. You might not have a complete understanding of the history of Independence Day, but you know the basics and are ready to celebrate the day and the importance of it. You are a true Independence Day Celebrator.

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Great job! You managed to answer most, if not all of the questions in this quiz. You have a great understanding of the history and importance of the Independence Day celebration. You not only celebrate the day but honor the history behind it.
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1
What year was the first July 4th Independence Day celebration held?
1776
1777
1783
2
July 4th was selected as Independence Day to celebrate what?
The end of the War of Independence
The Signing of the Declaration of Independence
The date the Second Continental Congress voted in Philadelphia to declare independence from Britain
3
What year did Independence Day become a federal holiday?
1777
1783
1938
4
Which President said that Independence Day ""...ought to be celebrated by pomp and parade, with shows, games, sports, guns, bells, bonfires, and illuminations from one end of this continent to the other...""?
George Washington
Thomas Jefferson
John Adams
5
Where is the oldest Independence Day celebration held?
Bristol, Rhode Island
Odiorne's Point, New Hampshire
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
6
Which of these presidents did NOT die on July 4th?
John Adams
George Washington
Thomas Jefferson
James Monroe
7
Which American President was born on the 4th of July?
Millard Fillmore
Calvin Coolidge
Ulysses S. Grant
8
In 1916 one of the longest running 4th of July traditions started at Nathan's Famous at Coney Island. It was a contest to see who could eat the most _______.
Pizzas
Apple Pies
Hot Dogs
9
In 2014 Joey Chestnut won his eighth consecutive title by eating _____ hot dogs.
37
45
61
10
In a 2014 census $3.6 million dollars were spent on American flags, the vast majority of which were made in which country?
United States
China
India
11
What percentage of Americans plan to celebrate Independence Day with a BBQ, cookout or picnic?
32%
64%
81%
12
What percentage of Americans plan to watch fireworks or go to a community celebration?
22%
43%
65%

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