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Test Two-- #106650

Geography, Symbols, & Holidays--from naturalization guide

America!U.S.A.
Name the two longest rivers in the United States. ▪ Missouri ▪ Mississippi
What ocean is on the West Coast of the United States? ▪ Pacific (Ocean)
What ocean is on the East Coast of the United States? ▪ Atlantic (Ocean)
Name three U.S. territories. ▪ Puerto Rico ▪ U.S. Virgin Islands ▪ American Samoa ▪ Northern Mariana Islands ▪ Guam
Name six (6) states that border Canada. ▪ Maine ▪ New Hampshire ▪ Vermont ▪ New York ▪ Pennsylvania ▪ Ohio ▪ Michigan ▪ Minnesota ▪ North Dakota ▪ Montana ▪ Idaho ▪ Washington ▪ Alaska
Name three states that border Mexico. ▪ California ▪ Arizona ▪ New Mexico ▪ Texas
What is the capital of the United States? ▪ Washington, D.C.
Where is the Statue of Liberty? * New York (Harbor) * Liberty Island * New Jersey * New York City * Hudson River
Why does the flag have 13 stripes? ▪ because there were 13 original colonies ▪ because the stripes represent the original colonies
Why does the flag have 50 stars? ▪ because there is one star for each state ▪ because each star represents a state ▪ because there are 50 states
What is the name of the national anthem? ▪ The Star-Spangled Banner
When do we celebrate Independence Day? ▪ July 4
Name five (5) national U.S. holidays. ▪ New Year’s Day ▪ Martin Luther King, Jr., Day ▪ Presidents’ Day ▪ Memorial Day ▪ Independence Day ▪ Labor Day ▪ Columbus Day ▪ Veterans Day ▪ Thanksgiving ▪ Christmas
Created by: dana.bigger