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What are the two oceans that border the United States? AA. Atlantic and Pacific BB. Atlantic and Indian CC. Pacific and Arctic DD. Arctic and Indian
What is the capital of the United States? AA. New York BB. Washington D.C. CC. Indiana DD. Maryland
What is the White House? AA. A white doghouse BB. Your house CC. The President’s home DD. The governor’s home
What are the colors of the American flag? AA. Red, blue, & yellow BB. Red, white, & blue CC. Red & white DD. Blue & red
How many stripes are on the American flag? AA. Twenty BB. Ten CC. Fifty DD. Thirteen
What does each star on the American flag stand for? AA. Nothing BB. The original colonies CC. One of the 50 states DD. All of the oceans
What is the capital of Indiana? AA. Indianapolis BB. Louisville CC. Corydon DD. Washington D.C.
Who was the first president of the United States? AA. Benjamin Franklin BB. George Bush CC. Abraham Lincoln DD. George Washington
Who made the first United States flag? AA. Martha Washington BB. Betsy Ross CC. Francis Scott Key DD. Wal-Mart
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