Wednesday, March 18, 2020

Questions & Answers on United States of America (USA) and American President

United States of America (USA) and American President
Questions & Answers on
United States of America (USA)
And American President

Question No. 01 : In which year, Independence Day of United States of America was first established as a holiday?

Answer : In 1870, 4th July was proclaimed as a national holiday by Congress and in 1938 it was also established as a paid holiday for federal employees.

Question No. 02 : Who was the first president of United States of America to live in the White House?

Answer : On November 1, 1800, president John Adams took up residence in White House for the first time in the history of United States of America.

Question No. 03 : What do the colours of the American Flag symbolize?

Answer : There are three colours in American Flag :
Red – symbolizes Hardness and Valor,
White – symbolizes Purity and Innocence,
Blue – represents Vigilance, Perseverance and Justice.
Question No. 04 : Which American President was born on the date of Independence day of the United States of America (USA)?

Answer : Calvin Coolidge was the only American President born on the Independence day of America(USA). He was born on July 4, 1872.

Question No. 05 : How many American President died on the Independence day of United States of America i.e. 4th July?

Answer : Three American President died on Fourth of July. They are Thomas Jefferson (1826), John Adams (1826) and Jame Monroe (1831).

Question No. 06 : What was the first capital of the United States of America?

Answer : New York City was the first capital of the United States of America where George Washington took the oath of office as first american president on April 30, 1789 from the balcony of the old City Hall.

Question No. 07 : Who was the only president of United States of America to serve two separate terms in office?

Answer : Grover Cleveland was the only president of United States of America to serve two separate terms of office.

Question No. 08 : There are two major political parties in the United States of America. Who are they?

Answer : The Republican & The Democrats

Question No. 09 : How many judges are there in the Supreme Court of United States of America?

Answer : Nine (09)

Question No. 10 : Which battle is considered the turning point of the American Revolution?

Answer : Battle of Saragota


Question No. 11 : Which American President used the phrase "speak softly and carry a big stick"?

Answer : Theodore Roosevelt

Question No. 12 : The United States' first subway line was opened in what city in 1897?

Answer : Boston

Question No. 13 : Which country gifted The Statue of Liberty to the United States of America from?

Answer : France

Question No. 14 : In United States of America, what was the first state to allow women the right of vote?

Answer : Wyoming

Question No. 15 : Which decade did the California Gold Rush peak?

Answer : 1850s

Question No. 16 : Before there was a United States of America, there were colonies owned by Great Britain. How many colonies were there?

Answer : 13 colonies – New Hampshire, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, North Corolina, South Corolina and Georgia.

Question No. 17 : Who was the first president of the United States of America?

Answer : George Washington

Question No. 18 : What american president succeeded Abraham Lincoln when he was assassinated?

Answer : Andrew Johnson

Question No. 19 : In which city, was the Declaration of Independent ( United States of America) signed?

Answer : Philadelphia (August 2, 1776 at the Pennsylvania State House, Independence Hall)

Question No. 20 : Who is the only USA president to serve for three consecutive terms?

Answer : Franklin Delano Roosevelt


Question No. 21 : In case of United States of America, who is referred to as the "Father of the Constitution"?

Answer : James Madison is referred to as the "Father of the Constitution" as he wrote the documents that set the basis for the Constitution of United States of America.

Question No. 22 : Who wrote the Declaration of Independence for United States of America?

Answer : Thomas Jefferson (June, 1776)

Question No. 23 : Who was the USA President at the time of the Civil War?

Answer : Abraham Lincoln

Question No. 24 : In which year was the Gold discovered in California?

Answer : Gold was discovered at John Sutter's Mill on January 24, 1848.

Question No. 25 : What famous Government Building of United States of America was burned by the British during the war of 1812?

Answer : The White House

Question No. 26 : How many verses does "The Star Spangled Banner" have?

Answer : Four (04)

Question No. 27 : Which USA president was said to have been too honest to lie to his father about chopping down a cherry tree?

Answer : George Washington

Question No. 28 : Who is credited with the original American Flag design?

Answer : Besty Ross

Question No. 29 : Which USA president was the first to have his voice recorded and ordered to install electric lights in the White House?

Answer : Benjamin Harrison

Question No. 30 : Which president was the first to face an impeachment vote in the USA Senate?

Answer : Andrew Johnson




Question No. 31 : Which president created the first Bank of the United States of America?

Answer : George Washington

Question No. 32 : Which american president introduced 'Thanksgiving' as a national holiday?

Answer : Abraham Lincoln

Question No. 33 : Which USA president was the first to be filmed by a motion-picture camera?

Answer : William McKinley

Question No. 34 : Which USA president's administration is most closely associated with the "Era of Good Feelings"?

Answer : James Monroe (5th USA president)



"Now, as a nation, we don't promise equal outcomes, but we were founded on the idea everybody should have an equal opportunity to succeed. No matter who you are, what you look like, where you come from, you can make it. That's an essential promise of America. Where you start should not determine where you end up." 

– Barack Obama


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