Immigration Q&A: Part two: Naturalization questions and answers


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

83. Communism

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

88. Missouri River; Mississippi River

89. Pacific Ocean

90. Atlantic Ocean

91. Puerto Rico; U.S. Virgin Islands; American Samoa; Northern Mariana Islands; Guam

92. Maine; New Hampshire; Vermont; New York; Pennsylvania; Ohio; Michigan; Minnesota; North Dakota; Montana; Idaho; Washington; Alaska

93. California; Arizona; New Mexico; Texas

94. Washington, D.C.

95. New York Harbor; Liberty Island

96. Because there were 13 original colonies; because the stripes represent the original colonies

97. Because there is one star for each state; because each star represents a state; because there are 50 states

98. The Star Spangled Banner

99. July 4

100. New Year’s Day; Martin Luther King Jr. Day; Presidents’ Day; Memorial Day; Independence Day; Labor Day; Columbus Day; Veterans Day; Thanksgiving; Christmas.

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