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LH-2nd Grade History

History Material Test 3

Question
A song written by an English doctor to play a trick on the American soldiers. "Yankee Doodle"
A song created from a poem written by Katherine Bates about the view from Pike's Peak in Colorado "America the Beautiful"
A song written for a group of children at a church "America"
A song written by Francis Scott Key while he was a prisoner on board and English ship; our National Anthem "The Star-Spangled Banner"
A song written by Irving Berlin during World War I. It was not sung until World War II "God Bless America"
Where can you go to see the actual flag flown over Fort McHenry? The Smithsonian Institute
How many holes made by the English warships does the Fort McHenry flag have in it ? 11 (eleven) holes
What were people who wanted to be free from the Church of England to worship God the way they wanted called? Separatists
Which country did the Separatists plan to go to first? Holland
Who told of the Separatists' plan to leave England? The captain
What are people who are wanderers in a strange country called? Pilgrims
What was the name of the ship the Pilgrims sailed on to reach America? The "Mayflower"
On what date did the Pilgrims set sail for America? September 6, 1620
How many passengers were on board "The Mayflower"? 102
For how many days did the Pilgrims sail? 65
On what date did the Pilgrims first sight land? November 11, 1620
The first winter in America, over half of the Pilgrims died from ____________ and ___________________. hunger and sickness
The Pilgrims became friends with the _______________. Indians
The Pilgrims were a _________ group of people. brave
What were people from Holland called? Dutch
Created by: PVA 2nd Grade
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