1. Becoming a national monument in 1924, what was dedicated in 1866 to commemorate the American Revolution?
A. The Washington Monument B. The Liberty Bell C. The Jefferson Memorial D. The Statue of Liberty
2. In 1800, the United States Capital moved to Washington, D.C. from where?
A. New Haven B. New York C. Philadelphia D. Richmond
3. Francis Scott Key wrote the "Star Spangled Banner" while aboard a British ship during the War of 1812. What fort were the British attacking?
A. Fort Caswell B. Fort Sumter C. Fort McHenry D. Fort Wayne
4. On July 4th, 1826 two founding fathers and former presidents die, ending the revolutionary era in America. Who were they?
A. Thomas Jefferson and John Adams B. George Washington and Thomas Jefferson C. Ben Franklin and James Madison D. John Adams and James Madison