Welcome to 4th of July Trivia! On this special day, it's time to celebrate the birth of America and its independence. Here, you will test your knowledge of the rich history and iconic symbols of this holiday. From the Declaration of Independence to the well-known symbols of our country, see how much you know about America's most important holiday. Do you know what the Liberty Bell stands for? Can you name the states that signed the Declaration of Independence? Put your knowledge to the test and find out now!
1) During which year was the Declaration of Independence signed?
2) On which day is the 4th of July celebrated?
3) What is the traditional color of the fireworks used on 4th of July?
4) During the American Revolution, which two countries were battling?
5) With what is 4th of July traditionally celebrated?
6) Who wrote the Declaration of Independence?
7) The original draft of the Declaration of Independence was written by ____.
8) What is the meaning of the phrase “Let Freedom Ring”?
9) The first 4th of July celebration was held in
10) What is the name of the song that is traditionally sung after the fireworks on 4th of July?
11) How many stripes were there in the original American Flag?
12) Which Founding Father is quoted saying: “The 4th of July is the most memorable epoch in the history of America”?
13) What type of document is the Declaration of Independence?
14) How many original copies of the Declaration of Independence still exist?
15) Who was the first president of the United States?
16) What is the name of the National Mall in Washington D.C.?
17) How many American colonies ultimately joined the Revolution?
18) What is the name of the bell that is rung in Philadelphia on July 4th every year?
19) What is the name of the document that established a government for the 13 original colonies?
20) Who wrote the lyrics for The Star Spangled Banner?
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