Immigration Q&A: Part two: Naturalization questions and answers
93. Name one state that borders Mexico.
94. What is the capital of the U.S.?
95. Where is the Statue of Liberty?
96. Why does the flag have 13 stripes?
97. Why does the flag have 50 stars?
98. What is the name of the national anthem?
99. When do we celebrate Independence Day?
100. Name two national U.S. holidays.
51. Freedom of expression; freedom of speech; freedom of assembly; freedom to petition the government; freedom of worship; the right to bear arms
52. The United States; the flag
53. Give up loyalty to other countries; defend the Constitution and laws of the U.S.; obey the laws of the U.S.; serve in the U.S. military (if needed); serve (do important work for) the nation (if needed); be loyal to the U.S.
54. 18 and older
55. Vote; join a political party; help with a campaign; join a civic group; join a community group; give an elected official your opinion on an issue; call senators and representatives; publicly support or oppose an issue or policy; run for office; write to a newspaper
56. April 15
57. At age 18; between 18 and 26
58. Freedom; political liberty; religious freedom; economic opportunity; practice their religion; escape persecution
59. American Indians; native Indians
60. Africans; people from Africa
61. Because of high taxes (taxation without representation); because the British Army stayed in their houses (boarding, quartering); because they didn’t have self-government
62. Thomas Jefferson
63. July 4, 1776
64. New Hampshire; Massachusetts; Rhode Island; Connecticut; New York; New Jersey; Pennsylvania; Delaware; Maryland; Virginia; North Carolina; South Carolina; Georgia
65. The Constitution was written; the founding fathers wrote the Constitution
67. James Madison; Alexander Hamilton; John Jay; Publius
68. U.S. diplomat; oldest member of the Constitutional Convention; first postmaster general of the U.S.; writer of Poor Richard’s Almanac; started the first free libraries
69. George Washington
70. George Washington
71. The Louisiana Territory
72. War of 1812; Mexican American War; Civil War; Spanish American War
73. Civil War; war between the states
74. Slavery; economic reasons; states’ rights
75. Freed the slaves (Emancipation Proclamation); saved (or preserved) the Union; led the U.S. during the Civil War
76. Freed the slaves; freed slaves in the Confederacy; freed slaves in the Confederate states; freed slaves in most southern states
77. Fought for women’s rights; fought for civil rights
78. World War I; World War II; Korean War; Vietnam War; Persian Gulf War
79. Woodrow Wilson
80. Franklin Roosevelt
81. Japan, Germany and Italy
82. World War II
84. Civil rights movement
85. Fought for civil rights; worked for equality for all Americans
86. Terrorists attacked the U.S.
87. Cherokee; Navajo; Sioux; Chippewa; Choctaw; Pueblo; Apache; Iroquois; Creek; Blackfeet; Seminole; Cheyenne; Arawak; Shawnee; Mohegan; Huron; Oneida; Lakota; Crow; Teton; Hopi; Inuit