1. The “Star-Spangled Banner” originally had a different name. What was that name?

2. Someone who served in the military is a .

3. The bald eagle, an important American symbol, represents strength and freedom.
4. What is the name of the plan created by the smaller states at the Convention?

5. E Pluribus Unum means “Out of many, .”

6. “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created .”

7. Where do Rush Revere and Tommy go to see Tommy’s grandfather?
8. What plan did James Madison work on for months to present at the Constitutional Convention?
9. What famous American made sure everyone at the Convention kept things secret?
10. What building holds the Declaration of Independence, Bill of Rights, and U.S. Constitution?
11. How many chambers does Congress have?
12. Which colony became the first state in 1787?
13. Who wrote the “Star-Spangled Banner”?
14. Whose rights did George Mason want to protect with the Bill of Rights?
15. The Battle of Fort McHenry was fought during the War of 1814.
16. In what year did the United States actually become independent?
17. What place is known as the ”Nation’s Capital”?
18. What is the name of the fort the Crew could see in the distance from the ship in Baltimore Harbor?
19. What were the bangs the Crew heard when they visited Francis Scott Key on the ship in 1814?
20. Which branch of government meets in the Capitol Building?