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Fourth of July Trivia Questions & Answers
Fourth of July Trivia Quiz with Answers

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History of Fourth of July

Why the Fourth of July is being celebrated? American citizens celebrate the Fourth of July as an Independence day every year with zeal and zest. The reason for being 4th of July is celebrated with such enthusiasm is the declaration of thirteen colonies of America to be no longer part of the British Empire. Those 13 states include Delaware, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Georgia, Connecticut, Massachusetts Bay, Maryland, South Carolina, New Hampshire, Virginia, New York, North Carolina, and Rhode Island and Providence Plantations which were then known as the East Coast States and were running on agricultural resources mainly tobacco. It was claimed that those thirteen East Coast States were exploited by British rulers and so a need for Independence through protests was raised.

Fun Facts about 4th of July You May Not Know

  • Until 1938, the Fourth of July was not declared as a holiday.
  • The first Whitehouse party of the Fourth of July was enjoyed in 1804.
  • At the time of independence on the 4th of July, the African Americans were still slaves.
  • Another country other than America celebrates the Fourth of July and that is the Philippines because they were recognized as an independent nation on the same day.
  • Approximately Fireworks of $600 million worth is used in America alone on the 4th of July.
  • A count of 14000 fireworks is being displayed every year in America on the Fourth of July.
  • Massachusetts, in 1781 became the first one to declare Independence Day as a holiday.
  • 150 million hot dogs are being consumed each year on the Fourth of July.
  • France gave America the Statue of Liberty which is 151 feet tall.
  • Betsy Ross was the one who sewed the first US flag.
  • “When in the course of human events” were the first words of the Declaration of Independence.
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Fourth of July Trivia Questions for Kids

Q. Which US president was born on the Fourth of July?

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Calvin Coolidge

Q. When did the Fourth of July become a paid federal holiday?

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In 1938

Q. When were the fireworks first used to celebrate Fourth of July?

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In 1777

Q. Which newspaper printed the Declaration of Independence?

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The Pennsylvania Evening Post

Q. Which president held the first ever Fourth of July celebrations?

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Thomas Jefferson

Q. When Thomas Jefferson died?

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Fourth of July

Q. Which was most commonly used color for earlier Forth of July celebrations?

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Green

Q. What is the most famous food consumed during the early 4th of July celebration?

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Turtle Soup

Q. Other than US, which are the other countries who celebrate the Fourth of July?

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Denmark, England, Norway,  Portugal and Sweden

Q. In which city Independence Day was first celebrated?

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Philadelphia

Q. Who died on the 50th anniversary of Independence Day?

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John Adams & Thomas Jefferson

Q. Which classic Children’s book was published on the Fourth of July?

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Alice Adventures In Wonderland

Q. In which African country, Fourth of July is celebrated as the Liberation Day?

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Rwanda

Q. Which country other than the US got independence on the Fourth of July?

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Phillippines

Q. Who wrote Star-Spangled Banner?

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Francis Scott Key

Q. How is the US flag supposed to be folded?

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In Triangular shape

Q. What are the number of Stars and Stripes on the first US flag?

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13 Stars and 13 Stripes

Q. How many people signed the Declaration of Independence?

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56

Q. At which city at the Declaration of Independence was signed?

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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

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Fourth of July Trivia Questions for Adults

Q. What is the historical event that Americans celebrate on the Fourth of July?

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Formal Adoption of Declaration of Independence

Q. How many people signed the the Declaration of Independence of the Fourth of July?

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02

Q. Which state has the most signatories to the Declaration of Independence?

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Pennsylvania

Q. State the count of signatories of Pennsylvania to the Declaration of Independence.

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09

Q. Name the location where the Declaration of Independence was stored in World War II.

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Fort Knox

Q. How much Chips are reportedly consumed every year on the Fourth of July?

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$92 million

Q. How much beer is reportedly consumed every year on the Fourth of July?

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$341.4 million

Q. What is the printed version of the Declaration was called?

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Dunlap Broadside

Q. Who won the battle of Hattin on the Fourth of July, 1187 during the Crusades?

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Saladin

Q. Who said, “Give me Liberty or give me death”?

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Patrick Henry

Q. Who was England’s king on the Fourth of July, 1776?

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King George 3

Q. Who was the president of the Second Continental Congress in 1776?

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John Hancock

Q. From which language does the word ‘Patriotism’ came from?

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Latin

Q. What does the word Patriotism mean in Latin?

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Homeland

Q. Who was the last to sign the declaration of Independence?

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Thomas McKean

Q. When the 4th of July was declared as a national holiday in the U.S?

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1941

Q. What do the 13 stripes on the U.S flag indicate?

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13 original colonies

Q. Name the president who wrote the first draft of the Declaration of Independence?

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Thomas Jefferson

Q. In which year, the Declaration of Independence was signed and adopted?

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1776

Q. Why the shipment of tea was ruined at the Boston Tea Party?

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Due to Protest against British

Q. What is the symbol of U.S freedom?

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The Liberty Bell

Q. Where is the Liberty Bell located?

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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Q. Who does the legend say made the famous “Midnight Ride” to alert of movement by the British military?

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Paul Revere

Q. Which US state was the first to be admitted to the Union?

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Delaware

Q. What do fireworks symbolize during Fourth of July celebrations?

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Happiness

Q. When was the first time Fireworks were made part of the official celebration of the 4th of July?

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1777

Q. How many men who had serve as U.S president died on the Fourth of July?[

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03

Q. Who was the oldest signer of Declaration of Independence

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Franklin

Q. What was the age of the oldest signer of the Declaration of Independence?

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70 years

Q. How many times the “United States” appear in the Declaration of Independence?

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Zero

Q. Which major battle victory occurred on the Fourth of July.

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Grant broke Confederate resistance at Vicksburg

Q. How did The Liberty Bell crack?

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The first time it was rung

Q. What was the occupation of Paul Revere?

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Silversmith

Q. Name America’s oldest and largest fireworks company.

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Zimbelli

Q. How much American spent on fireworks every year on Fourth of July?

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$600 million

Q. Where one can find the actual Declaration of Independence displayed?

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In National Archives in Washington D.C

Q. How many US citizens participate in BBQ and cookouts on Fourth of July?

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81 million

Q. When was the pledge of Allegiance was recognized by Congress?

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1942

Q. What were the first words of the Declaration of Independence?

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When in the course of human events

Q. Who had the largest signature on the Declaration of Independence?

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John Hancock’s

Q. Name England’s king at the time of Declaration of Independence

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George III

Q. What was the approximate population of US on Fourth of July, 1776?

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2.5 Million People

Q. What is the origin of the word “Patriotism?

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From Latin word “Patria”

Q. What is the meaning of the Latin word “Patria?

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Fatherland or Homeland

Q. What is the national bird of USA?

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Bald Eagle

Q. What is the name of US’s National Anthem?

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Star-Spangled Banner

Q. Who wrote the words of the US National Anthem?

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  Francis Scott Key

Q. Who composed the music of the National Anthem?

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  From Anacreon in Heaven”

Q. Who wrote the Pledge of Allegiance?

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Francis Bellamy

Q. Who sewed the first official American flag?

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  Betsy Ross

Q. How long is the Statue of Liberty?

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151 feet tall

Q. Who gifted the Statue of Liberty?

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  France

Q. How many hot dogs do Americans consume on the 4th of July?

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150 million

Q. How much Americans spend on fireworks on the 4th of July?

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211 million dollars

Q. Which country invented fireworks?

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China

Q. How many people have dine out every year on the 4th of July?

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74 Million people

Q. Is Massachusetts included in one of the five states that prohibits fireworks?

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True

Q. Which country has been using fireworks since the 11th century?

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China

Q. How do Americans mark the 4th of July?

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  Parades, Fireworks and Backyard Barbecues

Q. When did the movie “Independence Day” debuted?

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1996

Q. Name the place where Annual 4th of July fireworks held in Boston

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Charles River Esplanade

Q. Name the oldest signer of the Declaration of the Independence

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Benjamin Franklin

Q. For how many times, the word “United States” appears in the Declaration of Independence?

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Zero times

Q. Name the major battle victories that occurred on July 4th

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 Grant broke Confederate resistance at Vicksburg

Q. State the count of rockets that were shot during the celebration on 4th July 1777

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13

Q. State the saying that was reiterated thrice on 4th July 1777

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The Glorious Fourth of July

Q. What were the last words of Jefferson?

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“No, Doctor, nothing more”

Q. Name the country which helped America win the Resolution

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France

Q. Name the first person to sign off the Declaration of Independence

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John Hancock

Q. Where else 4th of July is celebrated?

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UK, Norway, Denmark, Portugal and Sweden

Q. Which food is mostly consumed on 4th of July?

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Hot Dogs

Q. What’s on back of the Declaration of Independence?

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“Original Declaration of Independence dated 4th July 1776”

Q. Who wanted to celebrate 2nd July?

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John Adams

Q. Name the founding father who died on 4th of July?

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James Monroe

Q. What did President Thomas announce to American people on 4th July 1803?

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The Louisiana Purchase

Q. How many amendments did the drafting committee for the Declaration of Independence make to Thomas’s original draft?

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86 changes

Q. Name the food which is popular at early Independence day celebration

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Turtle soup

Q. State the count of signers of the declaration of the independence who also signed the Articles of Confederation and the US Constitution?

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02 people

Q. Which punctuation mark has sparked a debate about how to interpret the Declaration of Independence?

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Period

Q. Where was the Declaration of Independence stored during World War II?

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Fort Knox

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