4th of July Trivia | Questions | Answers

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4th of July Trivia | Independence Day USA Trivia | July 4, 2019 Trivia



The Fourth of July is an awesome day for USA citizens. They usually do a lot activities like
Barbecues, Fireworks, Dance, Fun in the sun and music on the day of our country’s freedom. While you all are celebrating independence day with family and friends it will be fun to know  Independence Day trivia.

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1. Declaration of Independence signed the document?
Answer. Aug. 2, 1776.

2. How many people signed the Document of Independence on July Fourth?
Answer. Two

3. First five presidents died on The 4th July
Answer. Thomas Jefferson-1826, age-83
John Adams-1826, age-90
James Monroe-1831, age-73

4.1826 is the 50th anniversary the president was born on the Fourth of July-
Answer. Calvin Coolidge

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5. Which countries celebrate the Fourth of July-
Answer. Denmark, England, Norway, Portugal and
Sweden. Denmark Danes etc

6. When the Fourth of July become a legal federal holiday?
Ans. 1938



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Many of reasons make 4th of July trivia worth knowing More than Independence Day.

1. Congress  had declared the 4th of July a paid federal holiday

2. The Liberty Bell in Philadelphia is tapped 13 times every
4th of July in honor of the original 13 colonies.

3. The Flag of the United States  flag uses the colors red, white
and blue to show bravery and valor, purity and
loyalty and  50 stars represent the 50
state, the 13 stripes represent 13 colonies.in 1776 that the Declaration of
Independence took pace of Fireworks, family reunions, concerts, picnics, parades, baseball, etc.

4. Independence Day is a national holiday like summer-themed
events, Independence Day celebrations means outdoors events politician and leader appear at a public event to praise the nation’s heritage,

5. Families often celebrate Independence Day by picnic
gathering with relatives. clothing in generally red,
white, and blue, the colors of the American flag.



6. Parades are  in the morning,  fireworks
in the evening at all fairgrounds and places.

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